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Genk

(khĕngk), city (1991 pop. 61,339), Limburg prov., NE Belgium. It is a commercial and industrial center, rail junction, and resort.

Genk

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a town in NE Belgium, in Limburg province: coal-mining. Pop.: 106 213 (2004 est.)
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A car burns as workers block the main gate of the Ford plant in Genk, Belgium. Ford plans to close the car plant with 4,500 direct job losses
Only this week the US motoring giant announced it was closing a factory in Genk, Belgium, with 4,300 redundancies.
Transit production was ended some years ago at the Ford factory in Genk, Belgium, and the only other country now building Transits is Turkey.
Ford also unveiled plans to close its factory in Genk, Belgium, with the loss of 4,300 jobs, sparking violent protests.
The American automobile major Ford Motor Co plans to close its assembly plant in Genk, Belgium in 2014, union leaders said on Wednesday after a meeting with local managers.
It was custom-built at the request of the FLACC workplace for visual artists in Genk, Belgium, the Daily Mail reported.
Sabic's Innovative Plastics business has announced that it is significantly boosting capacity for its Stamax long glass fibre-filled polypropylene (LGFPP) composite resins at its manufacturing facility in Genk, Belgium, to meet rapidly growing demand from automotive customers.
Meanwhile Sabic Innovative Plastics, Pittsfield, Mass., will significantly boost capacity for its Stamax long-glass reinforced PP compounds at Genk, Belgium, to meet swiftly growing demand from automotive customers.
Pittsfield, MA, August 29, 2012 --(PR.com)-- SABIC's Innovative Plastics business today announced that it is significantly boosting capacity for its STAMAX* long glass fiber-filled polypropylene (LGFPP) composite resins at its manufacturing facility in Genk, Belgium, to meet rapidly growing demand from automotive customers.
Another club member John Lavender competed in an open event in Genk, Belgium, and also achieved a personal best time
is planning to shut down its auto plant in Genk, Belgium, for five days starting April 4, in an effort to conserve auto parts in the wake of the earthquake in Japan, the Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.
Sarlink operates compounding facilities in Leominster, Massachusetts, USA, and Genk, Belgium, and has extensive engineering and laboratory resources for application development.