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stockroom

a room in which a stock of goods is kept, as in a shop or factory
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The EOD stockroom stored improvised explosive devices and grenades seized from various operations in the city for evidence in court.
Maria Teresita Gaspan said the result of the technical investigation of the EOD team and the Investigation and Detection Management Branch showed that the blast caused minimal structural damage, owing to the "strong reinforced concrete" of the stockroom, but the individual quarters of Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) and EOD/K9 were partially damaged.
Teresita Gaspan, DCPO spokesperson, said investigation indicated the extreme temperature inside the stockroom of the Explosive and Ordnance Disposal (EOD) unit at the Camp Capt.
"Previously recovered explosives stored at the EOD-DCPO stockroom accidentally exploded, producing a loud blast at the SATU (Special Anti-Terrorism Unit) barracks," Baria was quoted by local media as saying.
Stockroom will fit 80 to 90 people, and will offer a platform for gigs, cinema experiences, workshops and more.
Manchester magistrates court heard Townsend began working at Selfridges on the shop floor and stockroom in September 2016.
(NASDAQ: CTAS) plans to gradually close its centralised stockroom in Des Moines, IA over the next four months.
The challenge was to increase efficiency in moving parts and subassemblies from the stockroom through multiple operations--from machining through several assembly steps to final testing.
According to details the training sessions will be started after Eid-ul-Fitr on July in which Haji Qazi Zafar will train the male pilgrims at Qazi building near NFC stockroom Risalpur while Ms Qazi Zafar will deliver lectures to female's students.
Crews had to force their way through the steel doors at the back of the premises and managed to contain the fire to the stockroom.