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This acquisition will further deepen the customer-specific value added chain for premium quality grades, as well as reflect the Division s strategic positioning and demands of the market, says Franz Kainersdorfer, Member of the Managing Board of voestalpine AG and Head of the Metal Engineering Division.
All levels of the value added chain are present: Tour operators, booking engines, destinations, airlines and hotels right through to car rental companies.
The Progress of the country is dependant on economic development and this is achievable largely through agriculture development and ZTBL has been focusing to finance entire value added chain.
ISLAMABAD, June 30 -- European Union Mission on Tuesday assured its full cooperation to Zarai Taraqiati Bank Ltd (ZTBL) for providing necessary assistance in developing a value added chain in the country.
Al-Dardari called on private and public institutions to draw up new policies to be able to run a competitive economy and to increase economic value added so as to occupy a larger space in the international value added chain and the international division of labor.
The professors involved in the project uniformly concluded that, as a consequence, a tight intermeshing of the research and development departments is also essential in a global soA ciety in which value added chains and distribution channels are permanently expanding and changing.
Everything we talk about in terms of manufacturing companies innovating, developing brands and moving up the value added chain, Firmin has done.
PrintCity is a cross-industry strategic alliance that fosters cooperation across the graphic arts value added chain.