Standard Industrial Classification Code

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Standard Industrial Classification Code

A four digit code used in business to classify the industry to which a company belongs. The SIC code was created by the U.S. government in 1937 to facilitate communication within and between businesses and industries. For the most part, the SIC was replaced by the six digit NAICS in 1997, but the SEC still uses the SIC. For example, an oil & gas exploration company might file with the SEC under the SIC code 1382.
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Salzburg AG, one Austria's leading full-service providers of utilities, transport and communication solutions, is deploying Cienas 6500 Packet-Optical Platform to introduce a 100G coherent core network, improving network resiliency, reducing costs and increasing capacity.
Ciena has extended the benefits of its market-leading 6500 Packet-Optical Platform to significantly increase network scalability and accelerate the move to open, virtualized, SDN-based architectures.
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Montex 6500: The Montex 6500 applies a universal and modular Monforts stenter principle to offer an individual adaptation to various finishing effects demanded by the customers.
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Maize minimum Rs 2000 and maximum 2200, Rice Super Basmati (New) minimum Rs 11000 and maximum Rs 12000, Rice Basmati (old) minimum Rs 12000 and maximum Rs 14000, white sugar minimum Rs 5180 and maximum Rs 5180, white gram (local) minimum Rs 6000 and maximum Rs 6500, Red Chilli Whole (Dry) minimum Rs 15500 maximum Rs 15500, Cauliflower minimum Rs 6000 and maximum Rs 6500, Onion minimum Rs 4500 and maximum Rs 5000, Tomato minimum Rs 7000 and maximum Rs 7600, Ginger (china) minimum Rs 13000 and maximum Rs 13500, Peas minimum Rs 9500 and maximum Rs 10000, Brinjal minimum Rs 1800 and maximum Rs 2000, Potato Fresh minimum Rs 3500 and maximum Rs 4000, Dates (Aseel) minimum Rs 6500 and maximum Rs 7000, Mango (Anwer Ratol) minimum Rs 7500 and maximum Rs 8000.
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The following are per 100 kg rates of different agriculture products in Lahore market: Wheat minimum Rs 2375 and maximum same, Rice (Super Karnal Basmati) minimum Rs 7,000 and maximum Rs 8000, white sugar minimum 6300 and maximum Rs 6400, white gram (local) minimum Rs 9500 and maximum Rs 10000, Red Chilli minimum Rs 22,000 maximum Rs 37,500, potato new minimum Rs 2200 and maximum Rs 2500, Onion minimum Rs 4000 and maximum Rs 4800, Tomato minimum Rs 7000 and maximum Rs 7600, Ginger (china) minimum Rs 6000 and maximum Rs 6500, Garlic (China) minimum Rs 6000 and maximum Rs 6500, Garlic (desi) minimum Rs 5500 and maximum Rs 6000, Apple (Kala Kulu) minimum Rs 6500 and maximum Rs 7500, Guava minimum Rs 3000 and maximum Rs 4000, Grapes (other) minimum Rs 14600 and maximum Rs 20000.
Cisco has bolstered it flagship Catalyst 6500 Series Switches.
The EtherNet/IP drive support available with the Allen-Bradley Kinetix 6500 servo drive helps eliminate the need for a dedicated motion network and allows high-performance drives, I/O, smart actuators and any other EtherNet/IP-connected device to be supported on a common network.
Offering PC connectivity, the RHINO 6500 label printer can create label files on a computer using the included RHINO CONNECT software or other Windows-compatible software (e.