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TRITrinidad (Amtrak station code; Trinidad, CO)
TRIToxics Release Inventory (US EPA)
TRITechnology Research Institute (various locations)
TRITokai Rubber Industries (Japan)
TRIThe Rutherford Institute (Charlottesville, VA)
TRITootsie Roll Industries
TRITeaching Research Institute (various locations)
TRIToronto Rehabilitation Institute (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
TRITaipei Ricci Institute (Taiwan)
TRITouch Research Institute
TRITransportation Research Institute
TRITaux de Rendement Interne (French: Internal Rate of Return)
TRITile Roofing Institute
TRITexas Research Institute (Austin, TX)
TRITaux de Rentabilité Interne
TRITaux de Rentabilité Interne (French: internal rate of return)
TRITransition Research Institute
TRIType Rating Instructor (aviation)
TRITerminal Reality Inc.
TRITecolote Research, Inc (Goleta, CA government contractor)
TRITarget Resources, Inc. (California)
TRIToxin Research International
TRIThe Rensselaerville Institute
TRITeleretinal Imaging
TRITax Reduction Institute (Germantown, MD)
TRITime-Reversal Invariance
TRITrikloretylen
TRIThe Remanufacturing Institute
TRITeacher Recruitment Initiative (various locations)
TRITotal Recordable Injuries
TRIThe Rothberg Institute (children's medical group; Guilford, CT)
TRITechnology Readiness Index (Parasuraman)
TRITraining Requirements Integration
TRIBristol/Johnson City/Kingsport, TN, USA - Municipal Tri-City Airport (Airport Code)
TRIToronto Recycling, Inc. (Ontario, Canada)
TRITotal Resource Inventory
TRITurnaround Inspection (between flight aircraft safety inspection)
TRIThrust Rating Indicator (aviation)
TRIThermal Response Index
TRITime Reporting Information
TRITargeted Readiness Inspection (US Air Force)
TRITuna Research Institute
TRITime-Response-Initial
TRIToxics Release Index (less common)
TRITelecommunications Reporting Instruction
TRIThree Random Initial(s)
TRITower Radar Indicator
TRITransit Route Identification
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Tokai Rubber Industries, in conjunction with the Japanese research institute Riken, has unveiled the Robot for Interactive Body Assistance (Riba), which can pick up and set down humans up to 175 pounds and is designed for patient comfort: it resembles a giant smiling bear and is covered in a soft skin to guard against injury or pain.
6 June 2013 - US private equity firm HIG Capital LLC's European unit said it had finalised the disposal of German automotive anti-vibration products provider Anvis Group GmbH to Japanese automotive components manufacturer Tokai Rubber Industries Ltd (TYO:5191), or TRI, for an unspecified amount.
The combination is seen to further bolster TRI's position as a global leader in the automotive anti-vibration rubber industry, the buyer said previously.Country: GermanySector: Motor VehiclesTarget: Anvis Group GmbHBuyer: Tokai Rubber Industries LtdVendor: HIG Europe, HIG Capital LLCType: DivestmentStatus: Closed
The European Commission approved, on 27 May under the simplified EU merger regulation, the acquisition of Anvis Group GmbH of Germany by Tokai Rubber Industries Ltd.
TOKYO - Tokai Rubber Industries Ltd., a major Japanese producer of shock absorbent rubber for vehicles, said Friday it will acquire German rival Anvis Group GmbH to enhance sales in European markets.
Developed by researchers at RIKEN and Tokai Rubber Industries (TRI), the new robot can lift a patient up to 80kg in weight off floor-level bedding and into a wheelchair, freeing care facility personnel of one of their most difficult and energy-consuming tasks.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-10 May 2010-JCR sets preliminary AA- rating to Tokai Rubber Industries' shelf(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
RIBA (Robot for Interactive Body Assistance), the product of joint research by RIKEN and Tokai Rubber Industries (TRI), is the first of its kind in the world, capable of safely lifting and moving a human patient of up to 61 kg from a bed to a wheelchair and back.
Tokai Rubber Industries (www.tokai.co.jp), Tokyo, Japan, plans to close an automotive rubber factory in Okayama Prefecture at the end of March, citing excess production capacity.
17 December 2012 - Japanese rubber and resin products maker and seller Tokai Rubber Industries Inc (TYO:5191), or TRI, on Monday said it would buy Italian automotive hoses specialist Dynamic Fluid Technologies SpA, or Dytech, as part of its growth plans.
The agreement will be signed on 19 December, with completion of the deal being subject to regulatory clearance and several other conditions, the buyer said.Country: ItalySector: Machinery/EngineeringTarget: Dynamic Fluid Technologies SpA (Dytech)Buyer: Tokai Rubber Industries IncDeal size in USD: 82.2mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Exclusivity
29 January 2010 - JCR confirmed Friday its AA- rating with a "stable" outlook on the senior debts of Japanese rubber and resin products maker Tokai Rubber Industries Ltd (TYO:5191).