Trade house

Trade house

A firm that deals in actual commodities.

Trade House

A company that trades commodities.
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Rapid Courts, SJV & Associates, and Trade House Data, LLC.
Trade House Data, one of the seven new State criminal record providers, assists TazWorks' background screening agency clients in obtaining consumer data at the lowest possible price.
The trade house "Nardonyi" should return several million soms to the providers they paid for rent of shelves and other payments.
Sheer volume of pedestrian commerce and limited amounts of prime retail space in the Apkujung in Seoul Korea, Trade House GUM in Moscow, the Tsakalof in Athens, and the Kaufingerstrasse in Munich allow these locations to command the world's top retail rents for the first time.
Retail rents are a reflection of sales volume and we are finding that locations like the Apkujung, that commands $416 per square foot, Trade house GUM at $300 per square foot, Tsakalof, $266 per square foot, and Klaufingerstrasse, $427, have incredibly high levels of foot traffic.
Trade House Dekart - one of Russia's largest distributors of varnish
a leading Russian system integrator, has completed its first Russian implementation of the RADIO BEACON WMS for Trade House Dekart-one of the largest distributors of paint materials and varnish in Russia.
He also dismissed concerns of a "speculative bubble" in the housing market by stating that it's harder to trade houses than stocks.
The number of new titles released by the largest trade houses went up by 2.
The large trade houses published significantly more business, juvenile, law, sociology, and travel titles, and significantly fewer religion, poetry, and literary fiction titles.
According to Bowker, the number of new titles released by the largest trade houses increased a modest 2.
Magra's customer base includes commercial printing companies, pre-press trade houses and corporate in-house graphic departments.