The one-stop-shop service, delivered through Babcock s 24/7 managed service centre, also offers the optional supply of additional services such as the procurement and management of ground engaging tools and tyres.
What does GET stand for?
GET stands for Ground Engaging Tools (Caterpillar, Inc)
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- Global English Test (Taiwan)
- Golden Empire Transit District
- Graduate Engineer Trainee
- Graduate Entry Teaching
- Graph Editor Toolkit (Java)
- Green Earth Technologies, Inc (Stamford, CT)
- Green Energy Technology (various organizations)
- Greenwich Electronic Time
- Grope des Ecoles de Telecommunications (France)
- Ground Elapsed Time
- Group Execute Trigger
- Groupe des Écoles de Télécommunications (French: Group of Telecommunications Schools)
- Groupe Eurotunnel SA
- Grupo Editorial Telecinco
- Guaranteed Education Tuition (State of Washington)
- Guide des Équivalents Thérapeutiques
- Group Encrypted Transport VPN (Virtual Private Network; Cisco Systems, Inc.)
- General Endotracheal Anesthesia
- General Equipment Test Activity (US Army)
- Generic Engine for Transposable Association (software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
97% of respondents purchase strategic parts, such as engines and ground engaging tools, wholly or partially from the OEM.
John Deere announces an alliance with Dawn Equipment Company, a manufacturer specializing in ground engaging tools and active control systems for planters.
Hensley Industries, Dallas, builds ground engaging tools for the construction and mining industries.
Stonetec will offer a complete range of ESCO Products including SV2[R] and Ultralok[R] ground engaging tools, Universal Wear Solutions and ESCO blades following expiration of ESCO's license agreement with Bradken on June 30, 2011.
Doing business as ESCO, the company will continue to manufacture rail products, and will adjust its operations in 2011 to include ESCO's industry-leading Ground Engaging Tools (GET) and other mining and construction wear parts.
The potential applications for CADI include: vehicle engines such as cam followers and shafts; agriculture such as ground engaging tools, wear plates, and harvester, picker and baler parts; and railroad such as contact suspension components and hopper car wear plates.
Products range from ground engaging tools for mining machinery to various equipment used in construction, plant operation and maintenance, manufacturing, refining and transportation markets.