assembly unit

assembly unit

[ə′sem·blē ‚yü·nət]
(computer science)
A device which performs the function of associating and joining several parts or piecing together a program.
A portion of a program which is capable of being assembled into a larger program.
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(TAP) - The Peugeot Tunisia Pick Up assembly unit will, on Saturday, start exporting 67 vehicles out of a total of 200 vans to Cote d'Ivoire, which will help boost the Tunisian industrial sector, the Ministry of Trade announced on Friday.
Mahindra and Mahindra (M and M) claims it is the first major passenger car assembly unit in Sri Lanka with local sourcing.
Volvo is likely to utilise its assembly unit near Bengaluru for production of its upcoming electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
Karwa Motors, a joint venture between Oman Investment Fund and Qatari national transport company Mowasalat, has laid the foundation stone for the country's first bus assembly unit in the Special Economic Zone of Duqm (Sezad), said a report.
"We will need 12 months for building an assembly unit and creating other facilities for starting production," Tafazoli said.
Lite-Tech Industries, a subsidiary of Masharie LLC -- the private equity arm of Dubai Investments PJSC and a joint venture with Philips Lighting BV, said it is set to become the number one LED supplier in the UAE, particularly in the indoor lighting segment, in line with its plans to start a dedicated assembly unit for complete LED fixtures.
The project involves the deployment of a distribution network covering the whole country by 2018 as well as an assembly unit in 2016 for the local and export market in the region.
Muscat: An agreement for establishing a bus assembly unit in Oman was signed between Oman Investment Fund (OIF) and Mowasalat, national transport company of Qatar, here on Thursday.
The car is still imported into the country through the CBU route, with the company holding back from setting up its own assembly unit in India.
Since early 2011, Harley- Davidson has been assembling motorcycles in India at its CKD ( completely- knocked- down) assembly unit in Haryana.
The Leviton-exclusive Zipline system uses an integrated ballast and lamp holder in a self-contained assembly unit that claims to reduce parts and wiring points required to retrofit present lighting fixtures for use with energy efficient lamps.