inbond

inbond

[′in‚bänd]
(civil engineering)
Pertaining to bricks or stones laid as headers across a wall.

inbond

In masonry, bonded or forming a bond across the thickness of a wall; composed largely or entirely of headers or bond-stones.
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McGlen After receiving her award from Phil Lyons of Stockton firm Inbond, Jane thanked Paula Marshall and her staff at Grove Hill Community Hub for "being brilliant with us" and the group's project worker Darren McGlen from Grandparents Plus, who provides them with legal and financial advice.
Some have monthly investment schemes, such as Berry Bros' Cellar Plan PS100-a-month or Lea and Sandeman's PS50-a-month plan, which also offers an account manager, no management fees and an inbond and duty-paid storage option.
Before NAFTA, component parts from countries like Japan or Singapore could enter the United States inbond to be shipped along with other U.S.
In addition to weaknesses in the targeting system, GAO found problems related to CBP's administration of its "inbond system." This system was established to expedite the flow of goods into the U.S.
Buildings, or parts of buildings and other enclosures, may be designated by the Treasury Department as bonded warehouses for the storage of imported merchandise entered for warehousing, the manufacture of merchandise inbond, or the repacking, sorting, or cleaning of imported merchandise.
One result is that, compared to its Asian competitors, Mexico's inbond system is more heavily concentrated in products with high shipping costs.
Co-sponsors for the Wynyard Hall event were px Group, Barclays Middlesbrough were Entertainment Sponsors, Active Chartered Financial Planners were wine sponsors, AV Dawson were programme sponsors, drinks reception sponsors were InBond and ItchyRobot were auction sponsors.
| Middlesbrough Weightlifting Club - PS1,000 from Zoe Traherne, InBond, for a Skippers Lane-based club, at the heart of Grangetown, Thorntree and Brambles Farm, needing more equipment for those from disadvantaged areas.
InBond, a warehousing and logistics firm, will now be able to expand and bring new jobs to the region after the signing of the PS1.25m long-term contract.
The deal -- the biggest since InBond underwent a management buyout in 2014 - has allowed the firm to increase floor-space at its Portrack warehousing facility inStocktonby 40,000 sq ft, while creating four dedicated new jobs.
|Norton Hockey Club - PS1,500, presented by Dave Nicholson of PS1,000 presented by Craig Rye of InBond.
Inbond Ltd has expanded into an adjoining warehouse at Stockton's Malleable Way and wants to find more warehouse operatives and customer service staff to help it grow.