general manager


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general manager

[¦jen·rəl ′man·ə·jər]
(industrial engineering)
The person of general authority who performs all reasonable tasks in conducting the usual and customary business of the principal head or owner.
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The main thing that I always wanted to do and couldn't do as general manager was to teach neighborhood councils how to get power and how to use it.
Sainsbury has shaken up its operations division with new jobs for three of its general managers.
Having the community vote on hiring a professional management firm would be like having the community vote on hiring a general manager.
ROBERT MASON, from Director of Liquid Measurement Systems to General Manager, Military Fuel & Integrated Systems, Vergennes, VT.
Dyersburg, TN 38024 (901) 285-4353 Dan Felkner, General Manager, Rubber Mixing Department Branch P.
Seymour's hiring followed a period in which the team had four general managers in an 18-month period.
Prince previously was general manager at Circus Circus Las Vegas.
Leominister, MA 01453 (508) 537-4721 Daniel Hunter, General Manager Equipment: 2-1/2" single screw extruder, 4-1/2" single screw extruder, 67mm twin screw extruder and 110mm twin screw extruder Mixing capabilities: Styrenic block co-polymers, thermoplastic elastomers Capacity: 21 million lbs/yr
He was appointed general manager of silica products in 1997 and elected vice president, architectural coatings, in early 2000.
He takes his charter responsibility to be the chief executive very seriously and he believes that to exercise that authority he has to be truly engaged with his general managers on a monthly basis.
He was most recently General Manager at Indianapolis.
Tallapoosa, GA 30176 (404) 574-2341 Jack Williams, Vice President and General Manager Equipment: #270 Banbury, #12 Banbury, #9 Banbury, 84" mill, 100" mill Mixing capabilities: All grades of soft and hard rubber Capacity: 58 million lbs/year

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