NESCO

AcronymDefinition
NESCONear East Side Community Organization (Indianapolis, IN)
NESCONational Electric Signaling Company (Washington, DC; 1902-1919)
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Platinum Equity, a global M&A&O(R) company, has signed a contract to sell NESCO, a provider of fleet equipment rental, sales and services for the North American electrical transmission and distribution market, to an affiliate of Energy Capital Partners LLC.
Starting in mid-September, NESCO will begin to rent the entire line of equipment offered by Sherman + Reilly including underground and overhead distribution pullers and tensioners, transmission-class pullers and tensioners, distribution and transmission blocks--both single and bundle, and specialty products including reconductoring reels.
16-21 on the open grounds of the NESCO compound here.
Other NESCO officials agree that this kind of proactive inspection and upgrade may appear ambitious, particularly when it exceeds state or federal mandates.
NESCO also is to arrange financial support for the 63 billion baht ($1.
NESCO is more oriented to the petroleum industry and has a number of other products it sells to oil companies.
NESCO, LLC ("NESCO") today announced that it has acquired Utility Equipment Leasing Corporation ("UELC") from Utility Equipment Holding Company ("UEHC"), pursuant to a stock purchase agreement.
One of the arms of the NESCO Group was set up with the philosophy of 'Enhancing Life' at its core.
As Supply Corps officer roles have matured over the past decade, the NESCO qualification device recognizes and validates the significant contributions former, current, and future officers have made or will make in the expeditionary environment.
Made up of representatives from the European Commission, the Council Secretariat and member states, NESCO functions as an early warning system for security of energy supply.