Chiryu

Chiryu

(chēryo͞o`), city (1990 pop. 54,059), Aichi prefecture, S central Honshu, Japan. The city was formed in 1970 by the merger of a number of smaller towns.
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In three cities, Anjyo, Chiryu, and Takahama City, the average of the PR votes was over 3.3 percent.
The Perth festival included a tour-deforce of stunt puppetry: karakuri from the Japanese village of Chiryu. Karakuri are mechanical dolls that perform on festival days atop a high platform of a parade float.
NAGOYA - An Indonesian resident in Chiryu, Aichi Prefecture, was served with a fresh arrest warrant Thursday on suspicion of running a banking operation without a license, police said.
(Chiryu, Aichi Prefecture, Japan) has revamped its marketing strategy for the European market by teaming up with The 600 Group P.L.C.
If there is any question of the company's bona fides in relation to the work that it is doing in the auto industry, this should dispel it: According to company information, 64% of the lathes used by Toyota in Japan are from Fuji (the parent company is based in Chiryu City, Japan), and apparently there is a good working relationship between engineers from both companies such that there are mutually beneficial developments, developments that eventually make their way into commercial availability.
EKRA GmbH (Bonnigheim, Germany, www.ekra.com), a manufacturer of stencil and screen printers, and Fuji Machine Manufacturing (Chiryu, Japan, www.fuji.co.jp), a provider of surface-mount placement equipment, have entered into an original equipment manufacturing (OEM) agreement.
The 14 Nepalese women allegedly worked in barber shops in Okazaki and Chiryu in the prefecture, the police and the immigration bureau said.
(Chiryu City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan) has licensed its CNC lathe blueprints to India's Proteck Machinery Private Ltd.
(Chiryu, Japan) and ViTechnology, LLC (Haverhill, MA) announce the Zero Defect Production Line--the result of a joint technology development started in 2001.
(Chiryu, Japan) but CNC lathes are growing and now account for 21% of sales, which came to $769.9-million.
(Chiryu, Japan) has an eye on West European markets.