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El Programa Planteles Animales Bajo Control Oficial (PABCO) creado en 1998 por el Servicio Agricola y Ganadero (SAG) incluye acciones sanitarias y de calidad agroalimentaria en el contexto de las Buenas Practicas Ganaderas (BPG), que se llevan en forma conjunta a traves de un Convenio.
PABCO has been a QuietRock supplier for a long time and will maintain production at the QuietRock manufacturing site in Newark, California, Serious Energy said.
Ryan Lucchetti, president of PABCO, said that the acquisition was beneficial on several levels.
As Pabco is alleged to have conspired with these auto dealers for many years in padding out the maximum loading capacity of its trucks, the police say they also sent papers on the company and the six dealers to the prosecutors.
Pabco and the six dealers are suspected of initially installing small fuel tanks in 18 trucks to reduce their weight and replacing them with bigger tanks after obtaining inspection certificates.
Pabco's in-house investigation found that about 10,000 vehicles the company had manufactured since 1986 exceeded their legal maximum weight by more than 100 kilograms.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said it will further investigate these practices, adding it has sent warnings to the 47 companies, including Pabco Co., Nippon Fruehauf Co.
Last December, the ministry filed a criminal complaint against Pabco, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Fuso Truck & Bus Corp., for allegedly breaking the Road Trucking Vehicle Law by regularly cheating on vehicle inspections.
Investigators from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport have found out that the subsidiary, Pabco Co., based in Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture, installed small fuel tanks in trucks to lower their total weight and replaced them with bigger tanks after obtaining inspection certificates, the officials said.
The ministry issued a warning to Pabco President Shoichi Shimoda on Tuesday in which it ordered the company to improve its business practices and submit a report on measures it will implement to prevent any recurrence of the activity in question.
Police investigators raided five plants and offices of auto body maker Pabco Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Fuso Truck & Bus Corp., on Thursday for allegedly systemically cheating on vehicle inspections by padding trucks' maximum loading capacity.
The same day, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport filed a criminal accusation with the Kanagawa prefectural police against Pabco on suspicion of violating the Road Trucking Vehicle Law.