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daymark

[′dā‚märk]
(navigation)
The daytime-identifying characteristics of an aid to navigation, unique and distinctive to facilitate its recognition; a conspicuous target added to a day beacon or light.
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Together with its joint venture partner Infinity Urban Century, an affiliate of New York-based commercial property investor Infinity Real Estate, Sovereign bought Daymark last August.
Contact DayMark UK on tel 01606 597000 or visit www.
Adding the Milliken operations boosts DayMark's efficiencies to more effectively serve existing and new customers with slitting, rewinding and toll coating needs, says Bob Piefke, division manager for DayMark Technologies.
According to Daymark, the Super Ebike has a range of up to 100 kilometers (about 62 miles) per charge, which the company said costs less than 20 cents.
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Frank came to USCS in 1999 from Daymark, where he was involved in warehousing and transportation management.
To accommodate the dating and coding of containers and to allow for complete removal of labels, DayMark has introduced high-performance Dissolve-A-Way labels and tapes.
The light tower is easily recognized by its red band, known as a daymark, which helps mariners distinguish the 48-foot lighthouse from others during the day.
The NFL Team Chair is now being sold through retail outlets in the Midwest and East Coast, including Wigmans, Daymark and Shop Co.
More than 12 years ago United States Cold Storage and Daymark Group, the demand chain logistics specialist, jointly developed the first regional logistics center (RLC) for Sam's Club stores.
Daymark Realty Advisors ("Daymark") today announced a new 100,000 square-foot, 12.