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Aar,

river: see AareAare
or Aar
, longest river entirely in Switzerland, 183 mi (295 km) long, rising in the Bernese Alps and fed by several glaciers. The upper Aare emerges from dam-impounded Grimsel Lake and flows generally W through Lake Brienz, past Interlaken (where it is canalized),
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AAR has been performing commercial VERTREP services together with ship-to-shore and ship-to-ship vertical replenishment, search and rescue, and support for humanitarian aid operations for MSC since 2007.
After two years and approximately 4,000,000 miles traveled, a teardown of five of the remaining 25 valves was undertaken at a certified railroad repair shop with an AAR Observer present.
AAR also will support expansion of SAAT's component repair capabilities, including landing gear, and potentially support a new MRO facility in West and Central Africa to meet growing regional travel in sub-Saharan Africa and increasing international travel to the continent.
Still, AAR remains exposed to the risk of demand shocks linked to capacity changes in the airline industry and the parking of older aircraft fleet types that AAR continues to support.
AAR s supply chain services include a component repair facility in Amsterdam and Airinmar, an inventory support and repair management subsidiary based in Berkshire, England.
We are very pleased that the Court affirmed the State Department's decision to award the WASS contract to AAR Airlift," said Don Wetekam, Chairman, AAR Airlift.
Aar aar enterprises provide flexible solutions to meet the customer requirements, that keep changing with the customer demands and their requirements.
In addition to providing long-term integrity of the galvanized coating, the new AAR Kingpin can be easily and quickly removed and replaced, saving time and money over the life of the trailer.
Last fall, AAR held one of its "exposure events" for Miami Central High School students at Miami International Airport, where the company has a repair station for commercial aircraft and an off-airfield repair and maintenance facility for landing gear.
A source close to the AAR consortium, which groups Mikhail Fridman, German Khan, Viktor Vekselberg and Len Blavatnik, said it would make a binding offer by mid-October.
Although TNK-BP has been a financial and operational success for BP, its relationship with AAR has deteriorated steadily.
BP currently holds a 50 percent stake in the venture, along with AAR, a group of four Russian partners.