Trident Trade Park was formerly the finished product warehouse for Nippon Electric Glass.
What does NEG stand for?
NEG stands for Nippon Electric Glass
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We have 47 other meanings of NEG in our Acronym Attic
- North Eastern Football Union (Australia)
- New England Film and Video Festival (Boston Film and Video Foundation)
- New England Farm Workers' Council
- National Education Guidelines (New Zealand)
- National ELINT Group
- National Emergency Grant
- National Escort Group (UK sport)
- New Economic Geography
- New England Gas Company (Fall River, MA)
- Non-Evaporative Getter (pump)
- Northeast Groovers (band)
- New England Gas Association
- Nippon Electric Glass America (various locations)
- Nippon Engine Generator Association (Japan)
- New England Global Action Network (Worcester, MA)
- National E-Governance Action Plan (India)
- New England Gilbert and Sullivan Society (Arlington,MA)
- Negative (military signal)
- North East German Basin (river basin)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Orla also recently launched a new range of protein-coated glass surfaces for use in science labs after forming a partnership with Japanese company Nippon Electric Glass.
PAST employees of the closed Splott-based Nippon Electric Glass (UK) Ltd are invited to a reunion party on Saturday, November 21.
Outline of Edwards Lifesciences, Brazil-based Affiliate Company Name: Edwards Lifesciences Comercio e Industria de Produtos Medico-Ciurgicos Ltda Representative: Fernando Jorio Rodriguez Principal address: 2580 Avenida Santa Catarina, Sao Paulo Established: 1992 Main business: Manufacture, sale, marketing and distribution of medical equipment and devices (particularly related to heart-lung systems) About Nipro Corporation Nipro Corporation was established in 1954 as the exclusive agent in western Japan for Nippon Electric Glass Co.
Case in point: In early August, television glass manufacturer Techneglas, a North American unit of Nippon Electric Glass in Japan, was unable to overcome competition from overseas companies and losses stemming from consumer demand for new technologies such as plasma, LCD and projection sets.
Asahi Glass said the acquisition will allow the firm to control 35% of the global market for glass bulbs for cathode-ray tubes, up from the current 25%, making it the world's largest producer, outranking Nippon Electric Glass Co.