Machiner


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Ma`chin´er

    (må`shēn´ẽr)
n.1.One who or operates a machine; a machinist{2}.
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Some of the major companies included in the report are Toyota Industries, Hyster Company, Jungheinrich, STILL, Crown, Noblelift, Ningbo Ruyi, NIULI MACHINER, PR Industrial, Uline, TVH Group, Godrej Material Handling, RICO Manufacturing, Noveltek.
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The machine used in the study was purchased from a machine making factory (Dahua Machiner, Shandong, China).
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