finishing line

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a line indicating the location of the finish of a race

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Tata Steel invested 12 million euros in Finishing Line 32, which will process up to 400,000 tonnes of galvanised (corrosion resistant) steel coil a year.
The new finishing line enables us to meet the most stringent quality standards for advanced steels, some of which are used by automotive manufacturers for vehicle body panels and safety-critical components.
49pm local time, as spectators crowded around the finishing line to cheer the still-arriving runners about five hours into the race.
Finnish process industry machinery and systems supplier Metso Corporation said on Thursday (24 June) that its subsidiary Metso Paper would supply a bleached chemi-thermomechanical pulp (BCTMP) line, a complete bale pulping line and a roll finishing line for the Chinese paper products company Shandong Huatai Paper Co Ltd in China.
The roll finishing line delivery would include two winders, a parent reel cart, wrapping machine and roll handling system.
Stanford cardiologist Euan Ashley wanted to study the hearts of endurance athletes, so he set up a mobile heart lab at the finishing line of the ultra-endurance race "Adrenalin Rush" in the Scottish Highlands and waited for the racers to come in.
Palmieri adds, In North America, we ve commissioned two new auto finishing lines in Oswego, New York, that are in full production and are completing construction of a third auto finishing line increasing our regional capacity by up to 360,000 tons per year.