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BOC

(Bell Operating Company) One of 22 companies that was formerly part of AT&T and later organized into seven regional companies. See RBOC.
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The notes are rated at the same level as BOC Aviation's Long-Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) and existing senior unsecured debt.
The BOC Group, an international company with operations in the industrial gases and medical products businesses, was one of the first companies to adopt this type of plan in 1986.
This agreement is particularly timely, as BOC expands our own Midwest presence with a new air separation plant in Beloit, Wisconsin.
Poultry processors can visit BOC and Linde at booth #2242, Hall C of the World Congress Center to learn about the companies' worldwide engineering and cryogenic gas, delivery equipment and supply capabilities.
In 2006, BOC has had some 175 million standard cubic feet a day of hydrogen that came on-stream in the U.
BOC is a member of The Linde Group, a world-leading industrial gases and engineering company.
This agreement enables Stein Heurtey, one of the world's largest suppliers of glass melting and manufacturing equipment, to incorporate the BOC CGM technology into the furnaces it designs and builds for glassmakers around the world.
BOC will employ between 35 to 40 people at the plant, most of whom will be truck drivers.
During this time, BOC has delivered a continuous and reliable supply of gases to meet our business needs and the growing demand by our customers.
This is an important step in our development program for ERIX," said Nigel Hunton, director, semiconductor equipment, BOC Edwards.
To achieve superconductivity, or zero resistance, the wire and cables are cooled inside a vacuum jacket containing liquid nitrogen, pumped and cooled continuously by an innovative cryogenic system designed by BOC.
EPMA greatly simplifies the task of managing waste from electrochemical deposition processes," said Phil Chandler, general manager liquid abatement, BOC Edwards.