company operator


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an operator who works for a company

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The five members of the Alarm Company Operator DRC are appointed by the Governor of California and include three alarm company operators and two members of the public.
1 June 2015 - UK-based bus company operator Rotala Plc has acquired from UK-based luxury coach services firm Wings Luxury Travel Ltd.
UK-based bus company operator Rotala Plc has acquired the entire share capital of Lancashire, UK bus company Green Triangle Buses Ltd.
Sheriff's investigators are seeking a motive for the shooting death of a Lancaster man Monday after arresting a Thousand Oaks tow company operator and the victim's girlfriend within hours of the shooting.
16 May 2012 a[euro]" British cruise holiday company operator All Leisure Group plc (LON:ALLG) said today it had agreed to acquire sector firm Page & Moy Travel Group Ltd for GBP4.
Severe storm expert and tour company operator Todd Thorn said that British visitors, eager to experience thunderstorms, lightning and tornadoes, make up 30 to 50 percent of each tour group and comprise nearly all his non-U.
Lack of track record as a distribution company operator.
GPB Capital provides their portfolio company operators with the strategic planning, managerial insight and capital needed to enable strong businesses to achieve the next level of growth and profitability.
This position leaves the rail travelling public at the mercy of the rail company operators, These operators have virtually a free hand to up fares as they wish.
SHREWSBURY -- The owner of some of the most popular cable television networks threatened to black them out at midnight last night if Shrewsbury Electric and Cable Operators and other small cable company operators don't agree to a large increase in fees.
Today's trucking company operators require precise, expert-driven solutions to their long-term fleet maintenance requirements.
For the two associations, infrastructure managers should be responsible for a number of other tasks that at present can be carried out by transport company operators, which are not totally independent (rail holding companies, for example).
Like most forest company operators, Saint is not totally surprised that mandatory certification would come eventually.
The four company operators operate the more difficult equipment, while the others perform material handling chores.