Luchow


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Luchow:

see HefeiHefei
or Hofei
, city (1994 est. pop. 866,800), capital of Anhui prov., China. A rapidly growing industrial city, it has textile mills, ironworks and steelworks, chemical and food processing plants, and a variety of other manufactures.
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Luchow

 

(Luhsien), a city in China, in Szechwan Province. Population, 289,000 (1953). The city is a port on the left bank of the Yangtze River, at the confluence of the To River. The chief industries are machine building, metalworking, woodworking, and the production of chemicals, food, textiles, and glass. Coal and salt are mined nearby.

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The officials in the township of Luchow have been actively organizing and planning for care settings there.
Swedish rolling bearings and seals supplier SKF Group announced on Tuesday (13 March) that it has agreed to sell the forging business at its plant in Luchow, Germany to Hay Speed Umformtechnik GmbH.
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The Swedish ball bearings and seals manufacturer SKF Group announced on Thursday (4 May) a letter of intent to sell its forging plant in Luchow, Germany to forging company Johann Hay GmbH & Co KG.
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James Quinn, a representative of Cushman and Wakefield said last week they have been retained by Fidelity Bank of New York to sell the three-story, 15,000-square-foot structure, that was once the home to the famous Luchow Bavarian Restaurant, to the highest bidder.
The foreclosure on the property may mean the end of Glick's grander designs to create a possible assemblage including the Luchow property, a 31,000-square-foot parcel of city-owned land, the Palladium disco and a parking lot next to the club that Glick still owns.