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Loch. a lake in W Scotland, in the SW Highlands: the deepest in Scotland Length: 18 km (11 miles). Depth: 296 m (987 ft.)
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Given those numbers, Morando believes that ADA-compliant sanitaryware and bathware products are a category that will soar in the coming years.
An exhibition of a selection of their work will remain open to the public from 23rd to 26th September (from 9 am to 7 pm) at Palazzo Morando.
We're a very science and technology oriented company," adds Morando.
we're able to offer shorter lead times and higher fill rates than other vitreous china manufacturers," says Morando.
Morando added, "We are eager to begin operations at Brookneal and, in the process, create over 100 new jobs over the next 18 months.
Morando also announced that Fujikura will participate with more than 35 other companies in the Fibre Channel Loop Community (FCLC) exhibit room at this years COMDEX convention in Las Vegas.
Conveniences such as touch-less flushing, easy cleaning, and improved design styles are all gaining traction with consumers," says Morando.
Names Michael Hughes Vice President of Sales and Mike Morando Vice President of Business Development
a leading provider of intelligent switch-resident storage software, announced that seasoned sales executive Mike Morando has joined the Company as Senior Vice President of Sales.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Link Staffing Services, a national provider of industrial staffing and productivity solutions, announced that Robert Morando has been awarded a Link franchise for Lakeville, Minnesota.
We have 538 manufacturing employees at our facilities in four locations across the country, so it's impressive that almost 10 percent of our workforce has served in the military," says Jim Morando, president of Mansfield Plumbing.
To celebrate the launch of Empower Talents 3 , Kering and Vogue Italia will hold a private cocktail at Palazzo Morando in Milan on 23 September 2015, hosted by Franca Sozzani, Vogue Italia editor in chief and Francois-Henri Pinault, Kering chairman and CEO.