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merchandise in the form of fabrics sold by the yard

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For example, when it comes to packaging piece goods in pillow packs, the Systegra will cover product conveyance, quality checks, product distribution, buffering the pieces, infeeding, primary and secondary packaging right through to end-of-line packaging.
She converted a moderately successful piece goods business in Cincinnati into a dance supply company.
On re-entry into the United States, duty is assessed only on the value added in Haiti - that is, the cost of assembling the piece goods, not the cost of the fabric.
The International Silk Mark was established by the International Silk Association (ISA) and is used on 100% silk fabrics, silk knit fabrics and silk piece goods produced in Japan.
The machine manufacturer recommends the pouch system as ideally suited for a wide variety of food products--including powders, liquids, creams, pastes, and piece goods. The first unit, installed at a contract packaging facility in Germany, reportedly has been operating successfully for several months producing foil-pouched gourmet coffee packs.
Suitable for packaging powder, pellets, granulates and piece goods for the pharmaceutical, food and non-food industries, the RA/KG4 produces up to 1000 pouches per minute and 100 cartons per minute.
In his new role, Friedman will be responsible for developing business opportunities within the piece goods, domestics and manufacturer markets for Robert Allen@Home and Ametex Fabrics.
The new industries include: SIC 5912--Drug Stores and Proprietary Stores SIC 5921--Liquor Stores SIC 5941--Sporting Goods Stores and Bicycle Shops SIC 5942--Book Stores SIC 5943--Stationery Stores SIC 5944--Jewelry Stores SIC 5945--Hobby, Toy, and Game Shops SIC 5946--Camera and Photographic Supply Stores SIC 5947--Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Stores SIC 5948--Luggage and Leather Goods Stores SIC 5949--Sewing, Needlework, and Piece Goods Stores SIC 5961--Catalog and Mail-Order Houses SIC 5962--Automatic Merchandising Machine Operators SIC 598 --Fuel Dealers SIC 5992--Florists SIC 5995--Optical Goods Stores SIC 5999--Miscellaneous Retail Stores, Not Elsewhere Classified
Walter Duncan, a Scotsman, arrived in Calcutta in 1858 to start a new business in cotton piece goods. In 1860-61, he became involved in tea when a business acquaintance, who acted as agent for two Cachar tea gardens, had to leave India for health reasons and left the running of the business in Duncan's hands.
The miscellaneous shopping goods stores industry comprises a variety of retail stores.(2) (See table 3.) Nine sub-industries include stores that sell sporting goods; books; stationery; jewelry; hobby supplies, toys, and games; camera and photographic supplies; gifts, novelties and souvenirs; luggage and leather goods; and sewing equipment, needlework supplies, and piece goods. In 1992, 56 percent of the industry's retail sales and employment were accounted for in sporting goods stores and bicycle shops, book stores, and jewelry stores.
Aimed at the confectionery, snack-food, and piece goods markets the 'Twinner' offers a variety of bag shapes with production speeds up to 300 bags per minute subject to product filling speeds.
For major window programs with retailers, the company stocks piece goods in multiple colors and can deliver the goods virtually overnight, which would not be the case if the programs depended wholly on imported finished goods, he said.
97 m2, painting with oil compositions of previously painted metal surfaces - 171 , 4 m2, dismantling piece goods (skate seats) - 4 pieces, installation of piece products - 4 pieces.
The company's Ware Shoals plant will be reformatted into a state-of-the-art piece goods distribution center for the fabrics group, said Jim Richman, Richloom's owner and chief executive officer.