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MGL

abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) Mongolia (international car registration)
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MGL Group signed up to the 5% Club Charter last year - a scheme which encourages the employment of apprentices up to and beyond 5% of the total workforce.
MGL is a member of the type II family of CLRs and is expressed on human antigen presenting cells (29).
MGL (Mersey Grid Ltd) was established in 1999 and employs more than 100 staff supporting some 600 schools across the North West with a range of services such as technology, management information systems, curriculum services, consultancy support and professional development for school leaders.
Zircon and MGL also released the results of a recent case study in which it produced performance improvements of 75 times over traditional approaches.
They also saw Gary through his Demolition Safety Awareness site passport before the WorkFinder Network placed him with MGL.
This transaction is meaningful because MGL is the first Japanese finance company to fully understand and appreciate Westlake's unique business model and the growing sub-prime market," says Atsushi Suzuki, Westlake board member and Marubeni Corporation representative.
The group's demolition arm, MGL Demolition Limited, fuelled the turnover growth after winning a large contract in Barrow.
Carl Gilbertson, of MGL, said: "We're conscious of the fact the competition has come during SATs and with the Easter Holidays in between so we've extended the deadline.
MGL Group currently has 30 apprentices on structured training programmes across 12 disciplines, which equates to 6.
MGL has already worked with 25 primary schools to develop some initial designs.
MGL responds to the needs of schools around Merseyside, using ICT to help teach all aspects of the curriculum.
MGL Demolition, the County Durham-based demolition expert, which celebrates 45 years of success this month, is leading by example after signing up to the BRE Smart-Waste tool.