Luchow


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Luchow:

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or Hofei
, city (1994 est. pop. 866,800), capital of Anhui prov., China. A rapidly growing industrial city, it has textile mills, ironworks and steelworks, chemical and food processing plants, and a variety of other manufactures.
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Luchow

 

(Luhsien), a city in China, in Szechwan Province. Population, 289,000 (1953). The city is a port on the left bank of the Yangtze River, at the confluence of the To River. The chief industries are machine building, metalworking, woodworking, and the production of chemicals, food, textiles, and glass. Coal and salt are mined nearby.

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Luchow's precooked FF business is purchased by Seabrook Farms, Seabrook, N.Y.
Swedish rolling bearings and seals supplier SKF Group announced on Tuesday (13 March) that it has agreed to sell the forging business at its plant in Luchow, Germany to Hay Speed Umformtechnik GmbH.
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There are three college dorms near 14th Street on the Third Avenue corridor and NYU has just decided to build another dorm on the former Luchow's site, that only too recently was slated for a new homeless residence.
The Swedish ball bearings and seals manufacturer SKF Group announced on Thursday (4 May) a letter of intent to sell its forging plant in Luchow, Germany to forging company Johann Hay GmbH & Co KG.
Luchow trade name is dropped by Seabrook Farms, and the entrees formerly sold under that label are marketed under the Seabrook brand.
New York University has purchased the former Luchow's site on 14th Street at Union Square, and plans to build a large dormitory building - its fourth in the area, REW has learned.
is currently building a 14-story facility on the site of the Luchow's parking lot on East 14th Street to house a mixture of families and homeless singles.
Barbara Fife, deputy mayor for planning and development said Cuomo's HELP program was granted control of the vacant, 30,000- square-foot property that runs from East 14th to 13th Streets, next to the dilapidated Luchow's property.