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atoc

(æˈtɒk) or

atok

n
(Animals) a variety of skunk
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That's why I was delighted to wish it a happy 30th birthday and to congratulate ATOC and train companies on their record-breaking year.
Handling Distinguished Visitors (DV) is an ATOC duty that offers the opportunity to interact with several agencies, such as the Civilian Airport Authority at the Bahrain International Airport, and the U.
The ATOC said number of calls to the service has reduced over the years, as now people rely more on the internet and the automated Train Tracker phone system for railway enquiries.
If all the plans are authorised the costs could reach pounds 500million, ATOC said.
Under an agreement with environmental groups, the ATOC team gave control of the California transmitter to marine biologists so they could run experiments to determine whether the sounds alter animal behavior.
Concern for marine mammals by environmental groups has led ATOC to set up a sister program, the Marine Mammal Research Program (MMRP), to monitor the ATOC's effects.
However, according to the ATOC, the profile of the typical first class traveller has changed.
Michael Roberts, chief executive of ATOC, said: "Despite tough times for many people, train companies have been able to attract greater numbers of passengers to the railways with a range of affordable tickets for all types of customers.
ATOC chief executive Michael Roberts said: "Many past studies have looked at reopening old railways but this one looks first at the market, not the map, analysing where people live and where they want to travel.
An ATOC press spokesman has told the Gazette the scheme is in its very early days, but will cover the period from 2014-2019.
Mumbai staff would now handle over 70 per cent of calls, the ATOC said.
Fujitsu Services, the European IT services arm of the Fujitsu Group (TSE:6702), announced on 3 December that it has secured a contract renewal with ATOC, the Association of Train Operating Companies, to continue running and maintaining the Rail Journey Information Service (RJIS) in the UK.