LISCO

AcronymDefinition
LISCOLibyan Iron and Steel Company (Libya)
LISCOLigue Congolaise de Sauvegarde des Droits des Consommateurs (French: Congolese League for the Protection of Consumer Rights; Democratic Republic of Congo)
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LISCO Laboratory, Department of Computer Science, Badji Mokhtar, Annaba University, P.O.
State-owned Lisco, one of North Africa's biggest steel makers, was launched under Muammar Gaddafi as Libya tried to diversify from oil exports.
Because they close a lot more trouble tickets themselves, there are fewer trouble tickets referred up to LISCO's on-call technicians."
This indicates that Stena Line and DFDS Lisco have the competitive advantage of operating large networks facilitating a rather flexible planning of which types of ships to deploy.
The Libyan Iron and Steel company, LISCO, has announced that all production of reinforced steel and iron has resumed and is now available.
Summary: Libya's state-owned steelmaker Lisco will restart part of its steel production operations next week and expects to resume steel melting in April if the energy supply to the city of Misrata is restored, a company official said on Wednesday.
The Paldiski-Kapellskar route, with daily departures in each direction, is operated by freight and passenger (ro-pax) ferry Lisco Patria, chartered from DFDS in May 2011.
Crummie announced the company would be bringing its various operations such as DFDS Tor Line, Lisco, Lys Line, Speedcargo, Hallens and Container Line under the names DFDS Seaways and DFDS Logistics.
Jonathan Lisco, the man who created it, is far too inventive for that.
The main source of coils will be Lisco (Libyan Iron & Steel Co) for hot rolled, cold rolled and galvanized coils.