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Synonyms for chain

Synonyms for chain

something that physically confines the legs or arms

a number of things placed or occurring one after the other

to restrict the activity or free movement of

Synonyms for chain

a series of things depending on each other as if linked together

(chemistry) a series of linked atoms (generally in an organic molecule)

(business) a number of similar establishments (stores or restaurants or banks or hotels or theaters) under one ownership

anything that acts as a restraint

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British biochemist (born in Germany) who isolated and purified penicillin, which had been discovered in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming (1906-1979)

a linked or connected series of objects

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a necklace made by a stringing objects together


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connect or arrange into a chain by linking

fasten or secure with chains

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Emerson said this acquisition further strengthens its ability to meet the evolving needs of cold chain customers from grower to retailer to help provide consistent and safe control of food and other temperature-sensitive goods.
While there are many positive changes in Indian cold chain market, high operating cost is a major roadblock for sector's overall growth.
PCI's investment in cold chain infrastructure and parenterals packaging at the Philadelphia site continues a series of investments.
Virtually every food company that comprises the cold chain--from suppliers to manufacturers to cold chain logistics providers to food retailers--is now operating in a complex, fast-changing system, observes Bill Luttrell, senior locations strategist for the site selection consultancy Werner Enterprises.
For cold chain fleets, as well as fixed assets, it's imperative to have up-to-date information on temperature, location and functionality to avoid possible food safety issues and the loss of product due to spoiling.
For industry suppliers, Cold Chain 2017 will provide a competitive advantage through building brand awareness, expanding audience penetration to all global buyers of temperature-controlled transportation and facilities, and connecting suppliers to key decision makers.
would further drive the cold chain industry in the future.
Conclusion: Although the majority of health staff had adequate knowledge, there were weaknesses in practice of maintaining the cold chain.
US Department of Commerce data puts the global figure at $130 billion worth of healthcare products which rely on cold chain to ensure their integrity and availability around the world.
Distribution of these frozen products requires massive cold chain infrastructure and lack of such facilities in India is limiting the market penetration.
These UPHCs have been the crucial cold chain points and the main center for storage of vaccines.
ISLAMABAD -- On directions of Minister of Health, Extended Programme of Immunization (EPI) is all set to upgrade the cold chain capacity across all levels of its supply chain to boost vaccine management.
NASDAQ: MLAB) has acquired certain assets and liabilities of Canada-based hot-cold therapy products maker Rapid Aid Corp by the company's subsidiary, Canada-based cold chain products maker Mesa Canada, Inc, the company said.
International Floriculture Expo and Global Cold Chain Expo 2016 are also at McCormick Place.
With new legal requirements continually arising, particularly for safe transport and record keeping, technology is the glue that holds the cold chain together.