branch plant

branch plant

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branch factory

n
(Commerce) Canadian a plant or factory in Canada belonging to a company whose headquarters are in another country
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uk To be eligible for a place on the Fast Growth 50 list, firms must: | Have had sales of at least PS250,000 in 2014; | Be an independent and privately held business (not a branch plant or wholly-owned subsidiary of a non-Welsh-based company; and | Be based in Wales.
To be eligible for a place on the Fast Growth 50 list, firms must : | Have had sales of at least PS250,000 in 2012 Be an independent and |privately held business (not a branch plant or wholly own subsidiary of a non-Welsh based company).
in this new role, Burch will be responsible for all Wikoff sales and branch plant operations outside the U.
Be independent and privately held (not a subsidiary or branch plant of another company) ?
The UK operations then effectively become branch plant activities - in effect manufacturing and sales service businesses paid commission by the parent firm.
The branch plant will provide electricity to the iron and steel plants as well as to other plants at the economic city.
Acciona's West Branch plant will supply wind turbines for wind farms located throughout North America and will provide the company, when it is operating at full capacity, with worldwide production capacity of approximately 1,740 wind turbines for a total of 2,610 MW per year.
branch plant CEO friends insist that the Canadian poor must lower their short-term expectations.
These figures, which represent the share of the Top 250 companies for each period, reflect the impact of the integration of branch plant operations by U.
The bath business was also being consolidated with the closing of its Drakes Branch plant in Virginia.
IBM established a German subsidiary, Dehomag, before World War I; in the 1920s General Motors took over Germany's largest car manufacturer, Adam Opel AG; and Ford founded a branch plant, later known as the Ford-Werke, in Cologne.