Neuwied

(redirected from Neuwied, Germany)

Neuwied

(noi`vēt'), city (1994 pop. 65,047), Rhineland-Palatinate, W Germany, a port at the confluence of the Rhine and Wied rivers. Manufactures of this industrial city include building materials, machinery, electronic equipment, and chemicals. Neuwied developed around a palace begun by Count Frederick III of Wied in 1648. There are Roman ruins nearby.
References in periodicals archive ?
MOCON), a leading global manufacturer of permeation instrumentation, renamed its Paul Lippke Handels-GmbH business unit headquartered in Neuwied, Germany to MOCON GmbH, effective January 1, 2015.
The adams & weber GmbH company, an experienced IT-system house in the Rhine-Mosel region, collaborated with Ekahau, the worldwide leader in Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS), to install a WLAN-based locating and emergency call system at Josef-Ecker-Stift, a senior-citizens home and nursing facility in Neuwied, Germany.
An ardent naturalist and ethnographer, Prince Maximilian (1782-1867) of Neuwied, Germany, travelled into the North American interior in 1833, keeping a detailed journal that is now in the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska.
de; [dagger] current address: DRK-Hospital Neuwied, Department for Laboratory Medicine, Marktstrasse 104, 56567 Neuwied, Germany
In other Voith news: Voith Paper Automation, a division of Voith Paper, and LSC Process und aborsysteme GmbH, Neuwied, Germany, have agreed on development partnership for quality control technology.
Development of transdermal therapeutic systems started in 1979 at Lohmann in Neuwied, Germany.
Nasdaq:MOCO) announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Paul Lippke Handels-GmbH Prozess- und Laborsysteme (Lippke), located in Neuwied, Germany.
subsidiaries, and all of the issued and outstanding capital stock of its DT Assembly & Test Europe GmbH subsidiary in Neuwied, Germany to Assembly and Test Worldwide, Inc.
Paul Lippke Handels-GmbH Prozess- und Laborsysteme (Lippke) is located in Neuwied, Germany, and has been the primary distributor of MOCON products in Europe for approximately thirty years.
Winkler + Dunnebeir's, Neuwied, Germany, hygiene division builds and markets a range of converting machines for panty shields, sanitary napkins and light incontinence products.
Based in Neuwied, Germany, with 425 employees, Boesner's 1995 revenues are expected to approximate $60 million.
The consumer market determines the machine design," explained Otto Vriend, sales manager of hygiene for Winkler + Dunnebier, Neuwied, Germany.