NKK


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NKKNippon Kaiji Kyokai
NKKNippon Kodoshi Kogyo (Japan)
NKKNihon Kaiheiki Kogyo (various locations)
NKKNorwegian Kennel Klub
NKKNevada Kyudo Kai (Japanese archery)
NKKNordisk Kemiteknolog Konferens (conference for engineering students from Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland)
NKKNavta Kriejtiv Kru (Serbian: Oil Creative Crew; rock band)
NKKNationale Kunst Koop (Dutch: National Art Sale; Netherlands)
NKKNarodnyi Kongress Kazakhstana (Russian: People's Congress of Kazakhstan)
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Rated at IP67 of IEC60529 standards, NKK's S Series gives design engineers the ability to incorporate a reliable toggle switch into designs that can be used in a variety of rugged environments.
NKK claims that use of the X100 grade pipe will enable natural gas transmission at higher pressures.
One of Tenaris' affiliates, NKK Tubes in Japan, began trials late last month on 13 Chrome, a high-alloy stainless steel designed for rugged and "sour" conditions in the East Coast offshore exploration.
But the uncertainty and change that are driving the market's growth can also be a threat to IBM's business, as with the recent news that NKK, Japan's second-biggest steelmaker, aims to merge in 2003 with third-largest Kawasaki Steel.
While Kawasaki is expanding its ties with Japanese steel producer NKK Corp., it is also in talks with French counterpart Usinor Sacilor.
Under the agreement, the NKK group will outsource the creation, management and maintenance of computer systems, as well as related operations to IBM Japan, the two companies said in a joint press release.
Covering the period from the mid-1940s to the mid-1990s, he traces the rapid rise and even faster fall of militant unionism at Nippon Kokan (NKK), Japan's second largest steelmaker.
The breadth of these chapters is impressive, covering as they do such companies as Toyota Motor, Toray, Canon, NKK, and Kubota.
The Varimetrix product line is the result of a three-year joint development effort with NKK Corp.
Based on data collected last year through use of a highly sensitive corrosion-detection device called an NKK pig, Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.