IRECO

AcronymDefinition
IRECOInstitute for Research and Competence (Sweden)
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But Mr Headdon agreed separately in a side letter to IRECO that if renegotiations failed the treaty would be cancelled.
But Mr Headdon agreed separately in a side letter to IRECO that if these renegotiations failed the treaty would be cancelled.
One was a Hercules Ireco which was smuggled into Ireland from the USA in 1989.
dia - There is a test of Ireco doing the loading/blasting), 75.4% MA, and 38K hours service 1, I-R-T-5 (rebuilt, due to have come from San Manuel in July 1995)
Today the famous mining names that are now Nordic controlled include Allis Chalmers, Chicago Pneumatic Tool, Clark Michigan, Eimco, Euclid, Fuller Traylor, Ireco, McNally Wellman, Stephens-Adamson and Wagner, all of the U.S., Jarvis Clark of Canada, Secoma of France and many more.
He attended Lebanon Union High School and had a four-year apprenticeship at Lane Community College through Ireco as a machinist.
(11.) The industrial research institutes have now been converted into limited liability companies with the state as minority shareholder, via the IRECO holding company.
Dyno's explosive products and blasting accessories are well known throughout the mining world, under its name or through subsidiaries such as Nitro Nobel, headquartered in Sweden, and Ireco of the U.S.