Tornio


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Tornio

(tôr`nēō), Swed. Torneå, city (1996 pop. 23,285), Lapland prov., NW Finland, at the mouth of the Torneälv on the Gulf of Bothnia. It is a trade center and export point for forest products. It was chartered in 1621 and has the oldest extant wooden church (1684) in Finland.
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The company said it had completed negotiations with insurance companies regarding the property damage and business interruption at the Tornio ferrochrome production in Finland in the first half of 2017.
Turn old boots or shoes into planters, or reuse packing peanuts by laying them at the bottom of large flower pots to aid in drainage and make for lighter lifting, suggests Stacy Tornio, editor of Birds & Blooms magazine.
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Rajakiiri will use the loan for the construction of a new wind farm in Tornio, northern Finland.
Back in his homeland of Finland, onloan Tainio is know as 'Tornion Terrieri' which translates as the 'Terrier of Tornio'.
This is likely to involve 110 redundancies and the closure of the bottling line in Tornio.
His company's 1 billion euros investment at Tornio, would result in he described as "the largest single stainless steel production unit in the world." By 2005, on-site melting shop and hot rolling capacity would both be around 1.65 million metric tons per year.
Among them are Tornio in Finland, Lisbon, Portugal, Chennai in India and Khabarovsk in Eastern Siberia.
FINLAND--AvestaPolarit Stainless Oy, Tornio, ordered three shot blast systems from Disa AG, Schaffhausen, Switzerland, for its annealing and pickling line.
Even our own dear Joan Collins appeared alongside the boys in the red and white Ford Tornio car.