TAMCO

AcronymDefinition
TAMCOToyota Asset Management Co., Ltd. (Japan)
TAMCOTheater Army Movement Control Center (US DoD)
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The commercial centre will be on a Sh10 million plot bought eight months after Tamco's formation last January.
However, based on our 20 years of experience, the average UC provider of premise and cloud based solutions only sells multiyear maintenance at the point of sale 15 percent of the time," said Paul Metzheiser TAMCO's EVP of Sales.
"Tamco will manufacture and supply 11kV Vacuum Circuit Breakers (VCBs) over a two-year period to distribution stations across Qatar," L&T said in a press release.
The first indication of financial problems came to light in 1988, when investigation of lower-than-expected profit margins revealed that Phar-Mor was being billed for inventory it had not received from its sister company, Tamco, a primary supplier.
Most recently, 310 employees at the chain's Tamco Distributors unit have lost their jobs, though the company says that 260 of the layoffs are temporary.
The inauguration of the LTESA facility comes close on the heels of L&T completing the integration process of the switchgear facilities of Tamco of Malaysia, which it had acquired in October 2007.
The Migdol Organization, a Harlem developer of affordable housing, through its affiliate TAMCO Development has completely rebuilt and renovated the restroom facilities in St.
Jack Stutz, president and CEO of Tamco Steel, a smaller EAF minimill based in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., acknowledges that small steel mills such as his have to ride the merger waves and try to be responsive to the marketplace.
From 1979 to 1988 Reinhardt was director of purchasing for TAMCO Distributors.
Dan Gregory is vice-president of marketing for TAMCO, Clearwater, Florida, a communications asset management firm.
of Reno, Nev.; TAMCO Power Partners of Coeburn, Va.; Tampa Electric Co.