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The construction works include an expansion of the current PRT network which will operate alongside the existing PRT and cover a 1 kilometre route.
We are pleased to have obtained approval of the Ministry to open our state-of-the-art PRT station in Curic today, said Chris Smith, Opus Inspections Vice President of Operations.
The PRT is a 75-mm length of cotton impregnated with phenol red.
For Nexus, which distributes PE, PP, PS, and engineering resins, the agreement with PRT marks its entry into PET.
Embassy in Kabul, to honor Afghans and Americans who died supporting the PRT.
Iglidur PRT modules are aimed at machine tool and cleanroom applications, assembly lines, wind turbines, production facilities and robots.
The PRT was slated to close in December 2014, but the unit's US commander said he was proposing to shut it earlier, in June 2013, on grounds that Afghans were ready to take on the work.
McCully said he had discussed the new timetable with International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) leadership, senior Afghan ministers and other partners and they had all have agreed to the PRT winding up its role in late 2013.
A PRT is an interim civil-military organization designed to operate in semipermissive environments, usually following open hostilities.
PRT specialised in getting firms to advertise on TVs it had placed in the windows of other businesses.
PRT in Thi Qar comprises Italian and American experts.
In its statement PRT said, "The American force was able to identify the suspected attacker who fled disappearing amid a crowd.
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