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cens

(sɑ̃s)
n
a type of annual property ground rent
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CENS CEO Michael Bromfman said, "I am pleasedbythe investment in the company and see the possibilities of working with Elbit Systems super-capacitors group, including use of its laboratories and other facilities, which give CENS unique value in knowhow and development process to achieve the desired results.
To effectively provide supplier information to global buyers, CENS will operate several service/circulation booths, including Hall 4.
CENS said it is sending over 10 staffers to serve Taiwanese exhibitors at Automechanika, collect global buyers' data for future circulation of CENS publications, and provide on-site daily reports in Chinese to exhibitors.
The success of CENS depends on accurate contact information.
While CENS is unclassified, an employee's bureau may send sensitive messages, in which case the employee may be asked to enter his or her user ID.
CENS recently released an explanatory video on the participatory sensing concept, available at: http://youtube.
Established in 1974, CENS is Taiwan's most authoritative publisher of trade journals, providing a variety of export-oriented publications including CENS Lighting, CENS Hardware, CENS Furniture, Taiwan Machinery, and Transportation Equipment Guide (to name just a few), all of which are popular with buyers around the world.
The CENS Program was developed to enhance Cisco's PS partners' ability to sell and deliver service solutions for Cisco leading-edge technology.