RISO


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AcronymDefinition
RISORegionaal Instituut voor Samenlevingsopbouw (Dutch: Regional Institute for Community Development; Belgium)
RISORegional Individual Standing Offer
RISORange Instrumentation Systems Office
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When asked if the driver looked like Vernarelli, Riso said: "There are similarities."
As an example, RISO MFPs can fill many printing and copying needs of a school.
There are reportedly problems in getting rid of 250 kilos of highly radioactive waste from the now closed reactor at Riso. Denmark has so far had an agreement with the USA for the disposal of the waste, but the US has refused to receive the waste.
THIS ADDRESSES RETAILERS' CONCERNS ABOUT THE LABOR AND SECURITY ASPECTS OF THE PORTABLE SYSTEM, SAYS RISO. ORDINARILY, SHOPPERS WOULD SCAN THEIR GROCERIES AT THE STATIONARY SELF-CHECKOUT STATION, RATHER THAN IN THE AISLES.
Fred Keen, Repeat-O-Type's director of sales and marketing, said, "Our ink and masters were extensively beta tested by owners of RN machines and they report that the print quality and yields using the Repeat-O-Type products were indistinguishable from the results obtained with Riso brand supplies." Mr.
Those who have attended the seminars in Lisbon will be well aware that the Riso factory produces food products for the Iberian market in the same building as a successful plastics extrusion factory, which produces all types of container for foods and is the leading supplier for the Portuguese market.
Riso spoke of Briarwood's focus on affordable housing.
According to Frank Riso, national marketing manager, retail food and drug for Symbol, the concept resulted from a customer request in Holland for a system to help the checkout process during peak shopping hours.
Throughout his career, Riso's mission and passion have been to provide safe housing developments and communities where families can flourish.
Scrumptious risotto using Riso Gallo Carnaroli rice which balances the consistency between pancetta and peas.