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carousel

a closed loop conveying system frequently used between final store and loading bay. Used in some airports for the final distribution of passenger luggage after discharge from the aircraft.
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During the past 18 months Carousel has forged and continuously strengthened our relationship with Cisco across several strategic service areas to help our mutual customers transform their businesses, said Marsh.
Express Oil's management and Carousel Capital will remain shareholders of the company.
11 January 2017 - US-based healthcare workforce solutions Health Carousel has acquired Ohio, US-based Medical Staffing Options, the company said.
The colorful animals, some almost 100 years old, are among the centerpieces in a plan by the Friends of the Cottage Grove Carousel to site a carousel on Main Street within a new brick building.
SeaGlass was conceived by the award-winning WXY Architecture + Urban Design as a carousel recalling The Battery's history as the original home of the New York Aquarium.
Voted the best musical of the 20th century by Time magazine, Carousel is one of the finest works composed by one of Broadway's most successful partnerships, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.
Vanderlande said it was able to submit a design for a 3D baggage make-up carousel that will not encroach on crucial operational space.
Using two vertical carousels to stock, manage, pick and ship sample inventory, the company increased storage 167% in the same footprint.
One of the lasting images of Sandy's destruction was of Jane's Carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park submerged in floodwater.
LED lamps (from LEDtronics) have replaced fluorescent lights at the 413,056-sq ft Santa Monica, CA, Pier and Carousel Building.
Also useful for picking orders that average four lines or more, the carousel uses inventory management software to present product storage trays to an operator in a single carousel rotation--90 seconds for a 20-foot tall unit.
9 million through his business, Carousel Pediatrics.