line functions

line functions

[′līn ‚fəŋk·shənz]
(industrial engineering)
Organizational functions having direct authority and responsibility.
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At HSBC, he managed the corporate and investment banking unit's data strategy, policies, line functions and data investments.
For high-speed primary and secondary packaging, Yaskawa features the MPP3S or MPP3H delta-style robot with an MP3200 machine controller handling all major line functions.
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At end state, the resulting organization will be a true hybrid--it will perform both traditional staff and line functions.
The Fitchburg and Leominster commuter line functions basically as an above-ground version of the Boston subway system.
Crook points out that when it comes to reinvesting in the business, owners all understand the value of investing in front line functions such as production or sales staff.
Al Shaqoosh Al Mueen will play a central role in supporting the development and success of the business line functions in retail banking, corporate banking and treasury and investment banking is essential, and it is on this that his extensive experience will come to bear.
Line functions include cleaning, sterilizing, filling, freeze drying and closing, all with process controls.
A small office will be maintained for technology and product line functions in the Mountaintop area.
Its simple COGO, layout, tape dimension and reference line functions store and use multiple layouts, supporting robots and traditional total stations.
The administrator directs overall operations, but also may routinely assume responsibility for mid-level and line functions, such as policy and procedure development, staff training, inmate supervision, booking and release, and inmate transport.