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JB

Abbr. for junction box.
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JBS said the sale of the Five Rivers Cattle Feeding assets and farms will allow JBS USA to deploy working capital more efficiently and focus on the company's core food and value-added products businesses.
Our offer of assistance is an important contribution to the costs for JBS of recruiting and training staff.
This would enable JBS to develop strong products that bring further value to organizations looking to unlock the potential of data.
JBS is headquartered in Brazil, but has more than 340 production units and businesses around the world, from which it serves consumers in 150 countries.
The Gazette was unable to contact JBS Home Improvements Ltd for comment.
Camhi along with Matt Astrachan, Jon Fanuzzi, and Matt Polhemus of JLL represented RFR in the JBS USA deal and several other recent transactions below.
At its peak, the JBS enlisted an estimated 80,000 official members with a much larger network of sympathizers, likely in the millions.
Nick Lacey is Commercial Manager for Dowson Food Machinery, in charge of equipment sales, and he commented: "Both Dowson and JBS had developed strong in-house manufacturing capabilities.
Aaroosh Kohli (DC), playing in the tournament for the second time, couldn't pull his team through despite a solid 18-point outing as the overtime period was taken over by Adam Harutunian of JBS.
An obvious conclusion is apparent: as a young artist, JBS was not in love with hard lines, strong contrast or any kind of strict geometric design.
JBS takes control of troubled Canadian beef unit: Brazil's JBS, the world's biggest beef company, is taking over operations of the meat packing plant at the center of Canada's largest-ever beef product recall.
Speaking during a Ramadan Iftar dinner hosted by the Jordanian Broadcasters Society JBS last night, the minister urged media outlets to benefit from existing numerous training centres to produce a distinguished and potent generation of journalists.