call point

fire alarm box

A small box, usually red, having a thin sheet of glass or plastic which, if broken, activates a fire alarm system.
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This acquisition positions Teleflex to expand its presence in the urological call point, while also enhancing NeoTract's revenue growth by capitalizing on Teleflex's international presence and distribution network.
Commenting on the deal, Barda[euro](tm)s CEO and chairman Timothy Ring described Neomend as a leader in the thoracic sealing segment, saying the merger complements Barda[euro](tm)s portfolio of surgical speciality products, while being synergistic with its call point and global reach.
On arrival they found that a fire call point outside the block had been damaged by vandals and there was no emergency.
"There is no longer an excuse of not having anywhere to call from because there is a call point every two blocks," says Mariana Chispas, a consultant in La Paz.
A call point has now been put in, linked to CV One's CCTV control room.
They are what I call point and squirters - they ride flat out on the straight bits but when they come to any corner,have no idea what to do.
We can call point to many foundries that have put together successful marketing programs.
it is supporting its field representatives with a newly hired inside sales organisation to assist in optimizing utilisation of its tests in current hospital accounts and to reach more physician call point targets, said CEO Mark McDonough.
The addition of Medivancea[euro](tm)s targeted temperature management (TM) products will create synergies with Brada[euro](tm)s critical care sales call point and its technology is aimed at a significant unmet need in a double-digit growth sector, the buyer said in a statement.
Commenting on the deal, Bard's CEO and chairman Timothy Ring described Neomend as a leader in the thoracic sealing segment, saying the merger complements Bard's portfolio of surgical speciality products, while being synergistic with its call point and global reach.