Products and solutions are widely used in diesel engines, wind turbines, the shipbuilding industry, oceanic exploration, the steel industry, heavy mobile equipment, high-speed railways and factory automation.
What does HME stand for?
HME stands for Heavy Mobile Equipment
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 65 other meanings of HME in our Acronym Attic
- Holocaust Memorial Day Trust (London, England, UK)
- Elliptical Mercury Vapor (lighting)
- Handheld Microgravity Experiment
- Happy Meal Ethernet (UNIX driver)
- Hazard-Measuring Equipment
- Hazardous Materials Endorsement (US FEMA)
- Health Maintenance Examination
- Health Management Education
- Health, Medical, and Environmental
- Heat and Moisture Exchange
- Hellfire Missile Equipment (military attack helicopter)
- Hereditary Multiple Exostoses (medical condition)
- Hierarchical Mixtures-of-Experts
- High Mobility Entrencher
- Hitachi Metals Europe (Hitachi Metals Group)
- Holland Marine Equipment (Netherlands)
- Home Made Explosive(s)
- Home Media Engine (TiVo)
- Home Medical Equipment
- Honda Motor Europe (vehicles)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Gyaneswari is one of 50- odd women who have been trained by Tata Steel to handle heavy mobile equipment under the Tejaswini programme.
The company's target markets and applications include asset tracking for heavy mobile equipment such as rail cars, construction equipment, trucks/trailers and marine vessels.
Publishers of Data on Heavy Mobile Equipment Serving Construction Industry Enhances K-III Information Group NEW YORK, June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- William F.
Applications include: tracking of heavy mobile equipment such as trucks or rail cars; monitoring remote pipelines, electrical generating stations or storage tanks; or overseeing data communications in marine environments.
Wajax intends to continue with its strategic plan to grow its existing core businesses, which are engaged in the sale and after-sales parts and service support of heavy mobile equipment, diesel engines and industrial components.
The Company is focusing on growing its ongoing core businesses, which are engaged in the distribution and after sales service of heavy mobile equipment, diesel engines and industrial components.
The improved results compared with the third quarter of 1994 were due to the stronger performance of the heavy mobile equipment business in Quebec and Western Canada and the further growth of the industrial components business, as well as the impact of recent acquisitions and Corporate restructuring initiatives.