Emmen


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Emmen,

town (1990 pop. 25,407), Lucerne canton, central Switzerland, on the Reuss River. Textiles, electrical and iron goods, and airplanes are made in the town.

Emmen

(ĕm`ən), city (1994 pop. 93,476), Drenthe prov., NE Netherlands. Manufactures include textiles and electronic equipment. Natural gas is found and processed in the region.
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Emmen

a city in the NE Netherlands, in Drenthe province: a new town developed since World War II. Pop.: 108 000 (2003 est.)
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Emmen are still in better shape than Oss who lost their manager Anton Janssen to NEC Nijmegen and suffered a massive blow when Danny van den Meiracker suffered a long-term cruciate ligament injury in training, which leaves the visitors desperately short of goals.
COOL RIDER: Gary Haseldine of the Liverpool Scooter Club which embarks on a 700-mile trip to Emmen in Holland this week
Teijin Twaron, a member of the Japanese Teijin Group, is investing a total of NOK775m in its facility in Emmen.
Teijin Twaron plans to considerably increase production at sites in Delfzijl and Emmen, the Netherlands.
Plans are underway at copolyester supplier DSM Engineering Plastics, Evansville, IN, to expand its existing production facility in Emmen, The Netherlands by 30%.
In Holland, Ajax rose to the summit of the Eredvisie as they dished out a 5-0 battering to FC Emmen.
Ajax blew a chance to go top of the Eredivisie after leaders PSV Eindhoven drew 2-2 at lowly Emmen.
Injury stalled MacLeod's progress last season but today he'll take part against Dutch side Emmen.
DEN BOSCH v EMMEN 7pm IT'S been a disappointing start to the Eerste Divisie season for Den Bosch, but last week's 3- victory away to Willem II could prove to be a turning point and they go into today's Dutch second-tier game against second-bottom Emmen full of confidence, writes Dan Williams.
I WAS born on October 24, 2000, at Dierenpark Emmen, Netherlands.
Switzerland's Buss has delivered the world's largest cable compounding line to Kabelbedrijven Draka Nederland in Emmen. The line's maximum throughput is 4,500 to 5,000 kg/h, depending on the formulation.