WIMCO

AcronymDefinition
WIMCOWestern India Match Company
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She is on the AFCOM board of advisors, the Data Center Institute board of advisors and WIMCO, among many others.
Matchbox production in independent India has been predominated by WIMCO and it continues to be underlined by innovation in marketing and sales versus low cost production in the labour-based small-scale sector, WIMCO pioneered the use of cardboard in matchboxes in the mid-1970s.
* David Spector, former WIMCO president, who now becomes PSC Metals vice president--buying, Northeast region.
Barts, which has long focused on wealthy vacationers and where Wimco does much of its business, Brown says reservations for villa rentals in 2007 have risen by as much as 20% compared to last year.
Enquiries to Wimco International on 0870 850 1144 or www.wimco.com
Also, the remaining minority shareholding of Wimco Ltd had been sold, and an announcement has been made with regard to the closure of another match factory.
Lemonitra forms part of Wimco International's 25-strong portfolio of properties on Mykonos as featured in the Aqualiving brochure.
Purification efficiency of Lemna and Azolla for WIMCO effluent.
Jared Ducote, architect, is listed as the design team, and North Carolina-based WIMCO Corporation is the general contractor.
These included Lever Brothers (established in India in 1933), (4) pharmaceutical multinationals such as Woodward's (established here in the 1920s) and Glaxo Laboratories (coming to Bombay in the 1930s), the petroleum products multinational Burmah-Shell, and the safety match company Swedish Match (whose subsidiary WIMCO was established in India by the 1930s).
Wimco Villas is launching the Break for a Cause promotion.