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Although the new wholesale market will be slightly smaller than the old Pershore Street site it will soon replace, it is hoped its modern design will be a much more efficient operation to make up for its out-of-town location.
PLANNING chiefs are expected to approve major regeneration proposals in north Birmingham which would then open the way for a major redevelopment of the current Wholesale Markets site.
for the possible acquisition of the Chengdu West Agricultural Products Wholesale Market operated by the latter, to expand the group's agricultural-related business, the group said.
the new ecb premises mainly comprise the following following 3 elements with a gross floor area of approximately 184 600 m2the 46-floor double high-rise building of a twisted shape (45 floors above ground and one below ground), the former wholesale market hall (including the built-in components to be constructed) and finally the so-called entrance building, which intersects with the wholesale market hall, creating a visual link with the high-rise building and simultaneously indicating a clear main entrance on the sonnemannstraE-e to the north.
Erdinc said another wholesale market will be constructed in Kazan with 35 million USD investment.
Zhengzhou Grain Wholesale Market is the first standardized, national grain wholesale markets approved by the State Council (China) on October 12th, 1990, which is an important manner of government's macro-regulation to grain industrialization, In September 2006, it has been confirmed as the State Grain Trading Center (Zhengzhou) by the National Food Authority.
Other wholesale markets moved away from the centre of London in the 1970s (Covent Garden) and the 1980s (Billingsgate fish market), with only Smithfield remaining in anything like its old form.
Breaking out beyond the wholesale market, Battery-Biz Inc.
Data readings from smart meters strengthen a customer's ability to benefit from price fluctuations in the wholesale market and places a customer in a better position to take advantage of the electricity retail market.
One deal was closed for less than the wholesale market price, but for substantially more than the price generators charge major customers under power purchase contracts.
A TORY councillor has backed traders who want Coventry City Council to help save their wholesale market.
Hundreds of utilities and wholesale power producers buy and sell electricity over the superhighway every day, in an increasingly competitive wholesale market.
The Wholesale Market Traders have argued that they would prefer to remain in the city centre and even drew up alternative plans.
However, the council has pledged to provide a new wholesale market, built to traders specifications, at either the old LDV site in Washwood Heath or the former IMI/Hub site in Witton by 2016.
ISLAMABAD, November 06, 2010 (Frontier Star): The projects of establishing the first grand wholesale market and slaughterhouse in the federal capital is stated to be in doldrums due to the negligence of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), a source in the authority told Online.
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