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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Norton Hockey Club - PS1,500, presented by Dave Nicholson of PS1,000 presented by Craig Rye of InBond.
Before NAFTA, component parts from countries like Japan or Singapore could enter the United States inbond to be shipped along with other U.
But internal control weaknesses within CBP have left the inbond system vulnerable to textile transshipment.
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.
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.
After being surprised by the presentation of the award by Craig Rye of Tees firm InBond at the volunteer-led club's North Ormesby base, the 58-year- old admitted he was almost overwhelmed by the accolade.
Stockton company InBond is looking to open a second Teesside site as its management team eyes a "huge opportunity for growth" across the region.
All four directors of Stokesley firm Applied Integration will be joining them, along with entrepreneur Alastair Waite, Craig Rye of Stockton logistics firm InBond and MI Supplies boss Alex Ingham.
On receiving a Middlesbrough and Teesside Philanthropic Foundation Teesside Hero award, presented by Phil Lyons of Stockton-based logistics firm InBond, Jo said: "I'm just blown away really.
New members of the Foundation, Stockton logistics firm InBond, carried out their first duties at patrons when directors Craig Rye and Phil Lyons presented PS1,000 of food to staff at Billingham Food Bank to help local people in need during the Christmas period.