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ASM

ASM

ASM

(1) (Association for Systems Management) An international membership organization based in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in 1947 and disbanded in 1996, it sponsored conferences in all phases of administrative systems and management.

(2) The file extension for assembly language source programs.
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We congratulate Terry on his promotion to Managing Director," says Sunniva Collins, 2014-2015 ASM International President.
Piotr Okienczyc, President and CEO Warsaw Modlin Airport, says, "Our partnership with ASM has been invaluable in terms of securing the new routes with Wizz Air.
ASM has more than 30,000 associates and 66 offices in the United States and Canada.
She has been a member of ASM since 1988 with honors including but not limited to the 2006 ASM Engineered Materials Achievement Award, 2008 R&D 100 Award, Cleveland Chapter's 2009 Award of Distinction and naming as a fellow of Alpha Sigma Mu, the national honor society for materials scientists.
Kevin Holder added: "This is a great opportunity to work with ASM in one of the world's most exciting and fast-growing healthcare markets.
ASM has 66 offices in the United States and Canada.
I will miss ASM and the people who make it truly a great organization.
airline operating margins at a time when all management teams remain focused on driving non-fuel cost per ASM lower -- both within and outside the bankruptcy process.
Ralph Anker joins ASM as Vice President Consulting based in the UK office and brings a wealth of aviation knowledge to the team.
As the leading society for the materials industry for nearly a century, ASM has a fundamental responsibility to facilitate continuous innovation in the development and application of advanced materials," said Lawrence C.
ASM International is a front-end operation that produces machines used in the first phase of chip production, with annual sales of approximately $500 million.
ASM is the world's first sports derivatives market, loosely termed a "sports stock market," and allows global users to purchase and trade self- sustaining performance-based sports derivatives on a worldwide marketplace.