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IMCO

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IMCO is supported by the STC-Group from Rotterdam, in The Netherlands.
Though IMCO is composed of some 120 local or regional distributors throughout the United States, initially 40 locations have met IMCO's requirements for dealing in the LTC marketplace.
IMCO was set to enter the brave new world of independence with only $8 million in operating cash.
Established in 1970, IMCO started as a pioneer in the industrial electrical & instrumentation fields, serving the oil and power sectors in Kuwait.
We look forward to working with the customers that have been supportive of IMCO for so many years.
Kimberley began working summers for IMCO as a laborer while in college.
IMCO ranked 88th with more than $76 million in revenue in 2011, according to the list.
Richard Dutch, President of SurgLine commented, "I have been involved with IMCO and admire their ability to streamline product distribution in working with their distributors.
Unilife considers IMCO to be an ideal partner to support the initial launch of its Unitract range of 1mL syringes in the U.
2 million of restructuring costs associated with the Company's previously announced proposed merger with IMCO Recycling, Inc.
IMCO vendors are carefully selected on quality, price, service, integrity and market acceptance, as well as their exceptional support for IMCO members and their customers.
Wingenbach, who has extensive experience in the metals industry, joined IMCO Specialty Alloys in 2001 as director of business development and became director of alloy sales in 2002.