MFG

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AcronymDefinition
MFGManufacturing
MFGManufacturer
MFGMedford (Amtrak station code; Medford, OR)
MFGMit Freundlichen Grüßen (German: With Best Regards)
MFGMost Fun Games
MFGMcGregor Fashion Group (est. 1993; various locations)
MFGMiddle Frontal Gyrus (brain)
MFGMizuho Financial Group, Inc. (Japan)
MFGMolded Fiber Glass (industrial material)
MFGMitfahrgelegenheit (German)
MFGMarithe Francois Girbaud (French clothing company)
MFGMedia Forge
MFGMulti Function Gateway
MFGMixed Flowing Gas (an accelerated-aging test)
MFGMcDonald Financial Group
MFGMolded Fiber Glass Companies (Ashtabula, OH)
MFGMessage from God (band)
MFGMarinefliegergeschwader (German Navy Air Wing)
MFGminimum funding guarantee (UK)
MFGMicrosoft Federation Gateway (identity service)
MFGMission from God (Swedish band)
MFGMore Friendly Garbage
MFGMusical Fairy Godmother
MFGMulti-Function Gateway
MFGMaximum Family Grant (California)
MFGMann Fürs Grobe (German: Man for the Rough)
MFGMitsubishi Food Group (Japan)
MFGMetadata Focus Group
MFGModified Frigate
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Earlier in his career, Kanaby has served as director of sales for wind energy at Molded Fiber Glass Companies (MFG Wind and MFG Energy Services) as well as the founder of Knight & Carver Wind Group.
MFG Tray is a division of Molded Fiber Glass Companies, a world leader in fiber reinforced composites.
Wind Energy Services Company (WES), a provider of composite repair and maintenance services for wind farm operations, has signed partnering agreements with three turbine component manufacturing facilities, all entities of the Molded Fiber Glass Companies.
There's strong interest already in these non-glass reinforcements, but high prices and restricted availability make them less attractive for commercial applications, says Robert Mollman, the retired president of research at Molded Fiber Glass Companies, Ashtabula, Ohio.
The successful development was funded by Bayer, the DOE and Molded Fiber Glass Companies, Inc.
As reported previously, manufacturers that have entered into joint-development agreements with the ACC in SRIM composite structure research include GenCorp Automotive, Akron, Ohio; Molded Fiber Glass Companies, Ashtabula, Ohio; CertainTeed Corp., Valley Forge, Pa.; and Bentley Harris Manufacturing Co., Lionville, Pa.