What does CO stand for?
CO stands for Core Operation(s)
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In the first six months of the year, operating profit at Commerzbank's core operations leapt to 2.
Mexico City, under which Dana will acquire full ownership of several core operations based in Mexico.
If you didn't think the business was a core operation to begin with, you probably shouldn't have bought it.
An opportunity has now presented itself and we are pleased that Goodall will have a new home where it can develop as a core operation.
Coldbox coremaking operations come in a variety of sizes, from the independent core operation that handles varied high-production work to a modest foundry coreroom that sees smaller quantities and more complex jobs.
Imo's core operations show favorable increases in sales, operating income and new orders for the recent three- and nine-month periods.
During the quarter some of our core operations were favorably affected by cost reduction actions taken earlier last year and also by a decision made in the quarter to phase out certain post-retirement benefit subsidies.
As part of the acquisition's successful first closing, OXIS has initiated plans to close its non-core facility in Portland, OR and merge its core operations with BioCheck's GMP and ISO quality certified facilities in Northern California.