A staff said the Road Fleet Services division is expected to be privatised.
What does FSD stand for?
FSD stands for Fleet Services Division (NYPD)
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We have 204 other meanings of FSD in our Acronym Attic
- Fire Safety Director (various locations)
- Fire Screen Door (various companies)
- Fire Services Department (Hong Kong)
- Fire System Deficiency (US FEMA)
- Fire/Smoke Damper (HVAC systems)
- First Scheduled Delivery
- First-degree Stochastical Dominance
- Fiscal Services Director
- Fixed Shroud Device (fiber optic connector)
- flame supervision device
- Flexible Spare Distribution
- Flight Support Division
- Florida School for the Deaf
- Fluidic Setting Device
- Flying Scholarships for the Disabled
- Flying Spot Digitizer
- Fonctionnaire de Sécurité de Défense (French: Defense Security Officer)
- Fondation Suisse de Deminage (Swiss Foundation for Mine Action; Geneva, Switzerland)
- Fonds Social de Développement (French: Social Development Fund)
- Fools Seldom Differ
Samples in periodicals archive:
5 million complex to house its operations, warehouse and fleet services divisions.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Prior to his work at Citibank, Pavelich spent 22 years with General Electric where he held various positions, including chief financial officer of GE's North American Fleet Services division.
Mayes uses a John Deere "Gator" that was remodeled by the city's Fleet Services Division.
Dave has recently joined TMW Systems from MaintenanceIO, Bridgestone/Bandag LLC, where he was vice president of the Fleet Services Division.
Eugene's fleet services division has switched to "bio-diesel B20" - a blend of diesel fuel and other components - at all of its diesel pumps.
Toronto City Council has approved a three-year project in which the City's Energy Efficiency Office and Fleet Services Division, in partnership with Hydrogenics, and the Board of Governors of Exhibition Place, will demonstrate the unique ability of fuel cell technology to provide clean mobile and stationary power.
Employees from the Fleet Services Division, Metropolitan Sewer District, and Parks and Recreation and Water Works departments supplemented Highway Maintenance Division workers to eliminate the hazardous potholes.