TRICON

AcronymDefinition
TRICONTriple Container
TRICONSpecial Container for Military Transportation
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Tricon is a residential real estate company primarily focused on rental housing in North America, with approximately $7.3 billion (C$9.6 billion) of assets under management.
ING issued the LC for Tricon Energy, and HSBC was the negotiating bank for Reliance, The Hindu BusinessLine said.
A smaller footprint and flexible architecture that, together with Triconex Safety Intelligent Enclosures and Tricon CX Universal Safety I/O, significantly reduce system engineering and installation costs while shortening project schedules and reducing risk.
Tricon (TSX: TCN) is a principal investor and asset manager focused on the residential real estate industry in North America with approximately USD 3.0bn (CDN 4bn) of assets under management.
He added: "Our high-performance, future-proof Tricon CX safety system does just that.
I reached out to Jeff Gonzales of Trident Concepts (TRICON) and specifically asked about the shorter forend that remains on his signature carbine.
Tricon soon asked me to return with a promotion to senior auditor.
PepsiCo gradually bought them and then spun them all off together in 1997 as Tricon Global Restaurants.
This was Tricon Films & Television's "largest MIPCOM to date in terms of content and personnel," said Jon Rutherford, who noted that the company launched about zo new titles.
"The Tricon systems can run even under fault conditions.
* a tour of Lubrecht Experimental Forest with presentations from Jim Burchfield, dean of the UM College of Forestry and Conservation; Bob Harrington, the state forester of the Montana Department of Natural Resources; Scott Kuehn, a procurement forester for Tricon Timber LLC; and Ed Burke, UM professor of wood science and technology;
The system is based on the company Crows weapon station integrated into an ISO-rated Tricon Type 1 container, equipped with a rigid-chain electromechanical lift specifically designed to support the use of an RCWS from an elevated position and take wind and recoil effects into account.