KASTO

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KASTOKorea Association of Standards and Testing Organizations
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The double-sided Uniline store from Kasto has nearly 1,000 storage locations, with special pallets for different materials and sizes as well as for remnants.
To-date, Rankenhohn reckons Kasto (www.kastoracine.com) has some 10,000 machines installed in the U.S.A.
Company president Hans-Juergen Stolzer says that, while the company would not be yet using all the capacity of the logistics center, it was built to demonstrate what Kasto could provide for the likes of large construction-equipment, off-highway, and crane manufacturers--as well as the larger automotive components suppliers.
Starrett Company (the Athol, MA saw blade manufacturer), teamed up to review the shop's sawing operation, they learned from Frost that the blades Weldtube had been running on the company's Kasto production machines were failing beyond the expected norm.
o el de algun pais americano que hubiera logrado mayor desarrollo literario; dijo que en poesia y novela el romanticismo extendio su influencia hasta bien entrado el siglo XX; que la segunda mitad del XIX exhibia una brillante coleccion de autores y una pobreza absoluta de caracter propio; que el costumbrismo era Larra (Emiro Kasto, Los Mosaicos) o Pereda (Carrasquilla); que la gran poesia colombiana procedia de Quintana, Becquer o Espronceda, o de traducciones de Victor Hugo, Lamartine o Musset; que la mayoria de los escritores no asumian las alternativas propuestas en el ambito americano --Azul para los poetas o Ariel para los prosistas--, debido a la vieja costumbre de mirar hacia Europa.
Sitting in a bar in an old windmill high up on the tiny Greek island of Kastos, negroni in hand, I had finally achieved what I wanted.
Periodistas y letrados de la epoca lamentaban el escaso interes por el estudio de la historia de la Nueva Granada, y se senalaba que los jovenes sabian mas de los acontecimientos de otras latitudes que de los propios; escribia Emiro Kastos en 1850: