Kapfenberg


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Kapfenberg

(German ˈkapfənbɛrk)
n
(Placename) an industrial town in E Austria, in Styria. Pop: 22 234 (2001)
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BASKETBALL: Shooting guard Warren Gillis has agreed a return to Glasgow Rocks from ECE Bulls Kapfenberg in Austria.
Among others, these include the launch of nine automotive component plants on three continents; the start-up of the worlds most advanced wire rod mill in Donawitz, Austria; the preparations for the comprehensive overhaul of the large blast furnace in Linz, Austria; and the launch of the new special steel plant project in Kapfenberg, Austria.
The basis of the Austrian modeling project is a multistory housing block with 4 floors and 32 flats in the city of Kapfenberg (DOE Climate Zone 5A, city of Graz) constructed in 1960-1961.
Examples of sentimental, generic or poetic iterations include the 2013 International Biannual of Ceramics, Kapfenberg, Austria, entitled Signs and Miracles; the 2013 World Ceramic Biennale, Korea, celebrated Community --with me, with you, with us, and the 2012 Biennale Internationale de Vallauris, France punted a blandly generic Contemporary Creation and Ceramics.
Reed is leading a busy and cosmopolitan life away from Teesside, playing for the Kapfenberg club in Austria while studying psychology at Sheffield Hallam University.
DiTech's sites in Vienna, Amstetten, Horn, Pasching, Salzburg, Kufstein, Dornbirn, Kapfenberg, Liezen and Villach will be closed down.
Pankl was set up in 1985 and is based in Kapfenberg, Austria.
It looked like being a tough season when they won just two of their opening 17 matches but they have dragged themselves away from basement boys Kapfenberg and a ten-point gap has been opened.
They too played three friendly matches, losing their first 0-1 to local first division club Kapfenberg, before defeating Bosnian premier league side FK Slavija 2-1 and then taking a 4-1 victory over Austrian third division club DSV Leoben.
The new company is based in the Austrian city of Kapfenberg in the state of Styria.
The Italian champions had to work hard to win their last pre-season friendly, with Brazilian winger Mancini heading the winner in the second half of the match in Kapfenberg, Austria.
He has played in the French League with Epinal and was also the top-scoring defenceman for Kapfenberg in the Austria's Nationliga.