Haverhill


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Ha•ver•hill

(ˈheɪ vər əl, -vrəl)

n.
a city in NE Massachusetts, on the Merrimack River. 50,640.
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The Haverhill facility is the third largest producer of merchant Phenol and Acetone in the Americas, after Ineos and Shell.
In 2014, when Michelle Schena, helped raise $15,000 for breast cancer research at the Haverhill Country Club, in Massachusetts, she was driven to do more on a national level.
Product is delivered direct from Pimpernel Wharf's producers to Culina's depot in Haverhill.
The development of the Haverhill site is expected to create up to 2,000 new jobs and homes for around 350 people in Suffolk.
CELEBRATING: Adrian Bayford, 41, and wife Gillian, 40, from Haverhill, Suffolk, prepare to board a helicopter after announcing their win
A National Lottery spokesman said: "A couple from Haverhill, Suffolk, have won the UK's second biggest ever lottery prize.
This same restriction prolonged the building of Comeau Bridge, which joins Bradford to Washington and River streets in downtown Haverhill.
Extensive damage was done to that part of the site and plans were immediately implemented to transfer production to another part of the Haverhill site so we can ensure continued supply to customers.
In the early 1900s, Haverhill was known as the "Queen Slipper City" During that time, Haverhill's shoe industry produced approximately 10% of the shoes sold in the United States.
Haverhill's abattoir, butchery and part of the retail operations will be closed, with operations switched to Malton, while the cooked meats operations based at Malton will be moved to Haverhill.
The company's manufacturing facilities in Asia, piano factory in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and distribution center in Europe remain intact, as well as PianoDisc's North American distribution network.
The etiology of Haverhill fever (erythema arthriticum epidemicum).