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RDC

(formerly, in Britain) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Rural District Council
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Vertical RDCs dominate the market in the product design segment, constituting around three-fifths of the market revenue in 2015.
Unfortunately, these data are not currently available in the Research Data Centre (RDC).
To meet additional freezing or cooling demand in additional or larger rooms, only more RDCs are needed.
However, the implementation of CAMPFIRE saw a number of compromises being made, with appropriate authority for the formal control over wildlife eventually being devolved to RDCs rather than to subdistrict local communities as had originally been envisaged [17, 38, 41, 51, 52].
In addition, the extension and communication expenditures of major R&D corporations (RDCs) in Australia (e.g., Grain Research and Development Corporation, Sugar Research Australia, Cotton Research and Development Corporation) are briefly reviewed.
The present study aims to fill this gap by optimizing the location and size of regional DCs (RDCs), as well as the investment of environmental facilities.
This resulted in amendments in 1982 on the Parks and Wildlife Act of 1975 to ensure that there were provisions ceding appropriate authority to Rural District Councils (RDCs) [79].
As we outlined in our Welsh Assembly election manifesto, a plan for prosperity, we believe our nation's strongest regions need dedicated regional development corporations (RDCs) to drive forward their economic future.
As we outlined in our Welsh Assembly election manifesto 'A Plan For Prosperity' we believe our nation's strongest regions need dedicated regional development corporations (RDCs) to drive forward their economic future.
In this figure, the TOP lift represents the overall change in demand on a percentage basis as compared to normal, while the RDCs represent the change in demand at various regional distribution centers.
We've been fortunate to be asked to help design energy-efficient 'Superhubs', RDCs and smaller local depot facilities for some major players who are expanding." Questioning reveals Ocado, Lidl, Greencore and Viagen to be amongst the names investing in storage and distribution facilities recently.