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Tetra

A fish food manufacturing company. It was established in the 1950s to market recently invented fish food flakes. Tetra's product made fish keeping much easier, resulting in a dramatic increase in participants in the hobby.
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The Tetra Group has performed projects for such clients as the Rice Joint Center for Mobility and Research in Houston; the New York State Department of Transportation; the cities of Galveston and Dallas, Texas; the Florida Department of Transportation.
The TETRA market is saturated with at least twenty companies, Motorola being the largest vendor; the TETRAPOL market, though smaller, is supported by only one major vendor -EDAS (in addition, some companies manufacture various modules for TETRAPOL radio).
In the event that TETRA should elect to jointly develop or to divest its bromine leases in Arkansas, Chemtura has certain rights to participate in the future development or purchase of those reserves.
Hertel, President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, "These agreements allow us to accelerate our ability to assure supply of Clear Brine Fluids (CBFs) to our completion service customers and allow TETRA to source all the bromine that will be necessary for the manufacture of bromides for our CBF business for decades to come.
Under our previously announced Magnolia project, TETRA would not have obtained meaningful bromine until late 2008.
Chemtura will have the right to participate in future development or purchase of TETRA's brine leases should TETRA elect to jointly develop or divest.
Just like other Tetra Pak aseptic packaging, the Tetra Prisma container is made of paper, aluminum foil, and polyethylene that together keep the wine safe while ensuring freshness and great taste.
We are thrilled with the success of both the Three Thieves and Target wine cube in the 250-ml Tetra Prisma package and feel that this success signals the U.
The Tetra Prisma package features an easy-open pull-tab, making it very easy for consumers to open and drink right from the carton or to pour in a wine glass.
The Tetras had an ace in the hole: ``Too Many Creeps,'' a funky, guitar-driven original that fit perfectly next to something danceable by the B-52's or Blondie, for example.
Yet, the Bush Tetras - singer Cynthia Sley, guitarist Pat Place, bassist Laura Kennedy and drummer Dee Pop - were no mere disco band.
After several reunions over the years, the Bush Tetras are now intact once again and set to release a single co-produced by Henry Rollins, a compilation album of vintage tracks, and a collection of new recordings.