On April 7, 2009, I was elected mayor of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, the city where I was born and raised.
What does MTW stand for?
MTW stands for Manitowoc, Wisconsin (Airport Code)
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We have 60 other meanings of MTW in our Acronym Attic
- Montana Voluntary Organization Active in Disaster
- Martinson Trigon Venture Partners
- Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement
- Mitral and Tricuspid Valve Replacement (cardiology)
- Montana Trail Vehicle Riders Association (Great Falls, MT)
- Modified Time-Varying Setpoint
- Maximum Transient Vibration Value
- Machine Tool Wire
- Macro Tool Works
- Major Theater War
- Mannschafts-Transport-Wagen (German armored personnel carrier)
- Marinette, Tomahawk, and Western Railroad Company
- Marketing to Women
- Maximum Takeoff Weight (aviation)
- Maximum Taxi Weight (aviation)
- Maximum Transmission Window
- Medieval: Total War (computer game)
- Medium Temperature Water (heating system)
- Metric Tons of Weight
- Midtown West (area in New York City)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Tower Tech has strategically located facilities in Manitowoc, Wisconsin and Abilene, Texas and third wind tower manufacturing facility currently under construction in Brandon, South Dakota.
From a 1928 World War I memorial, the Battell Park Band Shelter in Mishawaka, Indiana, to the 1996 Metrostage in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, the bandshells shelter the players but also serve as a rudimentary amplification technology, one that is simultaneously shaped by scientific understanding and stylistic trends.
The towers will be produced in Broadwind's Manitowoc, Wisconsin facility for delivery during the second half of 2012.
In his new role, Smith will oversee the Manitowoc, Wisconsin operations as well as the Sioux Falls, SD and Abilene, TX plants that are currently under construction.
Eck Industries Cast aluminum knuckles are increasingly used in automobiles and trucks in order to reduce weight, improve handling and improve fuel economy, and in 1997, Eck Industries, a 350-employee aluminum caster in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, was asked to cast a front steering knuckle for the Plymouth Prowler.
Skana Aluminum, located in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, continues its long history of aluminum manufacturing in North America and the Wisconsin Lakeshore area.
Manitowoc was founded in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, in 1902 as a shipbuilder.