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Noun1.Seine River - a French river that flows through the heart of Paris and then northward into the English ChannelSeine River - a French river that flows through the heart of Paris and then northward into the English Channel
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Almost 500 jobs have been hanging in the balance at the Arjo Wiggins' Stoneywood mill after its parent company Sequana was plunged into administration at the start of the year.
The future of the mill was thrown into doubt when parent company Sequana went into administration at the start of the year.
Staff at Arjowiggins Fine Papers at Stoneywood Mill in Aberdeen are reeling at the move by French parent firm Sequana.
Sequana Medical has developed an active implant designed to treat ascites, a disorder in which large amounts of fluid accumulate in the peritoneal cavity.
Request for FREE PDF @ The major players in the security paper market include Giesecke & Devrient (Germany), Sequana Group (France), Security papers Limited (Pakistan), Fedrigoni Group (Italy), and Da La Rue plc (U.K.).
Paolo Angeli has been served as a Consultant, Advisory Board, or Speaker for Ferring Pharmaceuticals A/S (2018), Grifols (2018), Sequana Medical AG (2014-2018), Biovie (2016-2018), Gilead (Italy)(2016), Bhering (2014-2018), and Kedrion (2016) and also received grants from Grifols (2018), Gilead (Italy)(2016) and Bhering (2014-2018).
The platform will leverage the infrastructure of the Bull sequana pre-exascale supercomputer range for network, management, cooling and power.
M2 PHARMA-July 12, 2016-Crosbie Named Chief Financial Officer at Sequana Medical
Some of the key participants identified in the global specialty paper market are Nippon Paper Group, International Paper, Domtar Corporation, Imperial Tobacco Company, Stora Enso, Mondi Plc, Sequana, Sappi ltd., Munksjo Corporation, and Glatfeller among many others.
Sequana is desperate to sell or close them, but the recently appointed French Economy Minister Arnaud Montebourg has met the unions at the two plants, and has (presumably) used friendly persuasion on the management who have just announced a one-year moratorium on any closures.
Device designers at Sequana Medical reasoned that if they could move fluid from the peritoneal cavity into the bladder by employing a battery-powered, low-flow pump and a set of two catheters, they could eliminate the need for paracentesis, reduce much of the discomfort associated with ascites, and help patients reclaim their mobility.