channel process

channel process

[′chan·əl ‚präs·əs]
(chemical engineering)
A carbon-black process in which iron channel beams are used as depositing surfaces for carbon black.
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The Home Office said that of those who left the Channel process, more than four in five were judged to have had their vulnerability to being drawn into terrorism reduced.
Maintaining positive relationships with partners is a vital part of the channel process, and can ultimately be a key decider in how well a product performs.
Consumers will see an inflexible channel process as a disqualifier for their business.
My worry is the back channel process on Kashmir and other issues plaguing relations between India and Pakistan.
SpectraSensors says it has competitively repriced its newly positioned SS-2000 Single Channel Process Moisture Analyzer under its own brand.
Any generalization which failed to take account of the parallel channels involved in the marketing of the products, because it attributed to the marketing channel only those business units involved in one of the parallel channels, would obviously give a misleading insight into the operation of the channel process for this product.
Nick Croft, of the Preventing Violent Extremism Unit, told a terrorism conference last week: "Within the next six months we will see a Channel process come to Scotland.
Zardari said a back channel process had been going on with India on the Kashmir dispute and he expected something good to emerge soon.
Building on its industry-leading patented technologies for channel process automation and optimization, the 2.
The portal delivers a structured education plan incorporating specific tracks for IBM Certification programs and product training, the IBM channel process, Avnet ordering tools and advanced sales training.