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57 pm Share this item North Bay Business Journal just published a list of the top 22 cooperages and wine barrel brokers serving the North Coast. The biggest change on the list this year was the move of Leroi Barrels and Charlois Cooperage USA from No.
The United Kingdom has always been a special destination for Saudis. In the 1950s, many young Saudis used to dream of attending schools in London. There has been a time when only a few young men and women got the chance to attend schools in the
The organisers of one of the world's largest arms fairs in London were today accused of failing to crack down on the sale of equipment that could could be used in torture after two exhibitors were found to be illegally marketing shackles and electric
As slogans go for drumming up trade in the world's largest arms fair, it was at least original. While other delegates in London's Docklands were busy boasting about their kill rates and payload capacities, the South Korean navy had a different
In September 2005, at the start of the world's biggest arms fair at the Excel Center in London, protesters lined the entrances into the huge massive 100-acre site, shouting expletives, throwing eggs, paint and flour at the small contingent of
In the small town of Hesston, one not-so-small company is making a global name for itself. Excel Industries, manufacturer of Hustler and Big Dog mowing equipment, has been headquartered in Hesston since the early 1960s, but not until the past decade
London will host the ninth World Islamic Economic Forum in October, organisers have announced, the first time that the event will be held outside of a Muslim country, as the British capital looks to become a global hub for Sharia finance.
June 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ Following another hugely successful year, Facilities Show will celebrate its 15th anniversary by relocating from the NEC Birmingham to ExCeL London in June 2014. Facilities Show 2013 took place from 14 to 16 May and was a
Wellingtonian in Tool Blacks' build up to WorldSkills Championships in Leipzig The cream of New Zealand's young trade trainees are about to pit their skills against the best of their peers from around the globe at the WorldSkills International
Today's graduation ceremony at Palatine High School could have been viewed as the finish line for minority students challenging the stereotype of low expectations. Instead, the seniors in the high school's Project Excel group look at today's pomp and