salvage group

salvage group

In an amphibious operation, a naval task organization designated and equipped to rescue personnel and to salvage equipment and material.
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Contract awarded for Buying salvage group - Jinju non-point sources (multi-functional reservoir sewage) treatment facility installation business
And the National Salvage Group, based at Darlington, didn't even know it was in danger.
As a long established member of the National Salvage Group (NSG), Hills also works closely with some of the UK's leading insurance companies.
The dispute arose after the arrest of Mr Wood's business partner at Cradley Heath recovery firm Vehicle Salvage Group, Gary Hart, in 1999 for allegedly handling stolen cars.
A specialist salvage group has gone into the third warehouse housing the antiques to cut holes into the floor to allow the water through.
This is partly because the survival rate in the chemotherapy group with organ preservation was nearly identical to the survival rate of the surgical salvage group.
A TOILET seat, a glass eye and a blow-up sheep are just some items the public carry around in their vehicles, according to the National Salvage Group, a representative trade body for operators in the salvage industry.
An online second-hand parts locator service set up by the National Salvage Group.
Mail on Sunday - Deep-water salvage group SubSea Resources has identified its first target - a 19th century wreck codenamed Ella.
FINANCIAL MAIL ON SUNDAY Deep-water salvage group SubSea Resources has identified its first target, a 19th century wreck codenamed Ella.
Able UK ( the North ship salvage group involved with the controversial "ghost fleet" ( is preparing to invest pounds 25m in a dock development which it says will create more than 700 jobs.