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MAG

(electronics)

mag

(MAGnetic) A common abbreviation for magnetic. For example, "mag tape" means magnetic tape.
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Under IFRS accounting rules, the MAG Group will generate a turnover of around EUR 450 million in 2014.
Another MAG Group project sees its successful expansion into the US market with The Gate located in Frisco, Texas.
There's flexibility with how the ZOTAC MAG is situated as well.
We are now able to better serve the needs of key Canadian durable goods manufacturing sectors, including the aerospace, automotive, die/mold, recreational vehicle, conventional and alternative energy, and contract machining industries," says Juergen Moeglich, president, MAG Canada.
By the late 1960s, the MAG operated a variety of aircraft, including the F-8 Crusader, F-4 Phantom II, A-6 Intruder and A-4 Skyhawk.
Machine displays in the booth will feature actual customer parts produced on MAG equipment.
The addition of the three new ships brings MAG Container Lines' fleet to a total of six container vessels, with a cargo capacity of 4,000 TEU and will transport all types of cargo.
The MAG 218 residential tower which consists of 555 apartments spread over 66 floors will be completed within schedule in December 2009.
MAG Europe also is installing other high level positions.
Robert Wassmer was appointed as president of MAG Industrial Automation Systems--MAG IAS--Sterling Heights, MI.
These are 2nd generation drop-free mag bodies with a steel liner and a plastic body as in our 33 rd.