He and his fiancee, Miriam Regalado, both worked for North American Stainless LP (NAS).
What does NAS stand for?
NAS stands for North American Stainless (various locations)
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We have 399 other meanings of NAS in our Acronym Attic
- No Added Salt (dietary)
- Node Avionics Simulator
- Non Aliter Specificatus (Latin: Not Further Specified)
- Non-Access Stratum (3GPP)
- Non-Availability Statement
- Non-Caloric Artificial Sweetener
- Nonaccelerating Securities
- NORAD Alerting System
- North Aegean Sea
- North American Specification (cars manufactured for North American market)
- Northern Aral Sea (project)
- Norwegian Air Shuttle (Norwegian commercial air carrier)
- Not a Sentence (editing)
- Nozzle Actuating System
- Nuclear Assembly System
- Nuclei Antisofisticazioni E Sanità (Italian law enforcement branch)
- Numerical Aerodynamic Simulation
- Numerical Aerospace Simulation
- Numerical and Atmospheric Sciences Network
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In Thompson, Eric Thompson and his fiancee, Miriam Regalado, were both employees of North American Stainless (NAS).
imports of Chinese stainless steel due to potential Cuban nickel content: Allegheny Ludlum (Pittsburgh, PA); ATI Allvac (Monroe, NC); Carpenter Technology (Reading, PA); Electralloy (Oil City, PA); Latrobe Specialty Steel (Latrobe, PA); North American Stainless (Ghent, KY); Outokumpu Stainless (Schaumburg, IL); Talley Metals Technology (Hartsville, SC); Universal Stainless & Alloy Products (Bridgeville, PA), and Valbruna Slater Stainless (Fort Wayne, IN).
The North American stainless steel industry consumes four-million tonnes annually.
In the United States, Acerinox's subsidiary, North American Stainless (NAS), has opened the largest stainless steel project in the country in Kentucky.
The two companies are also considering having North American Stainless, an Acerinox subsidiary based in Kentucky involved in the tie-up in a bid to promote business with Japanese auto manufacturers based in North America.
From automatic guided vehicles to automatic pattern, corebox and casting retrieval systems and programmable "thinking" nobake molding lines, Ahlstrom Pumps invested $40 million to build its North American stainless steel and gray iron foundry and manufacturing facility (which ramped up in 1991) to service its growing North and South American customers.