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Portales

(pôrtăl`ĭs), city (1990 pop. 10,690), seat of Roosevelt co., E N.Mex., near the Tex. line; inc. 1910. It is the trade and processing center of an agricultural area. There is food processing, printing and publishing, and the manufacture of machinery, furniture, building products, and feeds. Oil wells are in the vicinity. Eastern New Mexico Univ. is in Portales. Cannon Air Force Base is nearby.
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The company operates facilities in Colwich, Kansas, York, Nebraska, and Portales, New Mexico.
Smith, stated that, "Ownership of the Portales plant did not fit with our long-term vision for the Company.
By adding branches in Las Cruces, Gallup, Clovis and Portales, we will have a virtual statewide presence in New Mexico.
7 million multi-year project to progress the dependability and ability of the electric transmission system that serves Portales.
to negotiate other options for Portales, it is profitable now and we
On July 5, 1947, a piece of shiny metallic debris was found near Roswell, a scant 100 miles southwest of Portales.
The Company's loss is primarily attributable to the high costs of operating the Portales plant that experienced a net loss of approximately $900,000 for the Quarter.
The Company is restating its Third Quarter 1999 results in order to apply a previously reported $933,000 pre-tax ($587,800 after-tax) gain on sale of equipment located in Portales to a reduction in the cost basis of the Portales plant.
Meyer earned an engineering degree from the Universidad Diego Portales in Santiago, Chile and currently resides in Miami.
The team includes the hiring of two marketing professionals, Wendell Bostwick at the High Plains' Portales, NM plant, and Roger Hill at the York, NE plant.
During the week ending March 1st, 2002, the company presented its Enviro-Energy(TM) Bio-Waste-To-Energy Systems at the New Mexico Ag Expo held in Portales, New Mexico.