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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These prices contain all components of the shipment in the price, including bridge crossing at El Paso, Texas and Inbond with Mexican customs.
One result is that, compared to its Asian competitors, Mexico's inbond system is more heavily concentrated in products with high shipping costs.
The InBond Group, whose clients include Tata Global Beverages, Next retail and the NHS, has its sights set on increasing turnover from PS1.
We now have an infrastructure that supports our future plans to develop the InBond brand within the region.
We expect the inbond rail connection to significantly reduce the risk of in-transit hijackings," said Joaquin Montalvan, vice president and director general of APL de Mexico, which manages the company's Mexico operations from its headquarters in Mexico City.
The committee also heard from Mark Winton, managing director of Inbond Group which employs 60 people across three businesses on the current site.
Jack Price, lead figure at InBond, which took over Eaglescliffe-based logistics company Cenargo in 2003.
InBond, which took over the former Cenargo World logistics centre at Eaglescliffe less than 18 months ago, has set up operations in Slovakia and is now looking for acquisitions throughout the UK.
WAREHOUSING and logistics experts InBond has taken its Teesside investment in the last 12 months to PS150,000.
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.