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    Lockers - (168 companies)
    Lockers are small cabinets used for storing personal belongings. Lockers are small cabinets -- usually grouped in numbers -- used for storing personal belongings. They are found in schools, workplaces, transportation stations, and locker rooms...
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    Wavelength Lockers - (5 companies)
    Wavelength lockers are used to stabilize the wavelength output of lasers used in dense wavelength division multiplexers or optical add drop multiplexer systems as well as tunable lasers. Description. Wavelength lockers are used to stabilize...
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    Thread Lockers and Retainers - (156 companies)
    Thread lockers and retainers render threaded fasteners immovable. They are used mainly with devices that are subject to transverse and axial loads that may lead to vibrational loosening. Thread lockers and retainers are single component adhesives...
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    Cabinets and Casework - (699 companies)
    Cabinets and casework includes cabinets and casework for various uses and applications. They are made of wood, plastic, steel, aluminum or composite materials.
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    Bags and Sacks - (803 companies)
    Bags and sacks are used for a wide variety of storage, packaging and shipping applications. They include bags and sacks made of all kinds of materials.
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    Rules and Length Gauges - (240 companies)
    Rules and length gauges are flat, graduated scales used for length measurement. For OEM applications, digital or electronic linear scales are often used.
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    Boxes and Crates - (229 companies)
    Image credit: Baker Corp. | GLobal Industrial | Quantum Storage Systems. Boxes and crates are rigid, typically square or rectangular containers that may include a cover. They are used for all types of handling and storage applications. Boxes...
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    Cleanroom Supplies and Accessories - (210 companies)
    Cleanroom supplies and accessories include garments, flooring, lighting, ducting and other items used in cleanroom settings. Cleanroom garments are made of polyester, polypropylene, or cotton and should not shed fibers or particulate matter...
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    GPS Chips and Modules - (60 companies)
    GPS chips and modules compare signals from several geo-positioning satellites to determine position on the Earth's surface. GPS is an initialism for global positioning system. GPS chips and modules provide users with instantaneous location and time...
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    Mailboxes - (68 companies)
    ...mailbox types include: Cluster mailboxes - Accessed via front panels. These durable, corrosion-resistant products may be equipped with a cam lock and dust or rain shield. Cluster mailboxes may also include pedestal-mounted parcel lockers that can...
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  • Market Movements: Nongovernmental Organization Strategies to Influence Global Production and Consumption
    …to make changes throughout the whole industry.”6 Nike is also a clear example of global outsourcing. .... Nike owns none of the factories that produce its sports shoes or garments , and is now somewhat … leafleting in front of Nike- Town stores and other retailers (such as Foot Locker ), bringing Nike workers…
  • Our Safety Legacy [Electrical Safety]
    Because of investments across decades by manufacturers and users, we don’t start with empty lockers; we can hang personal protective technolo- gies, such as thermal-, arc flash-, and explosion-rated garments , in our work lockers . .... Most importantly, in May, we can find contributions to add to the global inheritance of electrical safety…
  • Doing Philosophy of Technology
    …useable for a much longer time, then what is the effect on the garment industry, and on … a cool gimmick – but today many gyms won’t allow cell-phones in locker rooms because some … offer up a proposal for solving the problem of how to consider the global well being of…
  • Measuring Environmental and Social Sustainability in the Apparel Supply Chain
    …phases in the life cycle of an apparel product-fiber production, textile manufacturing, garment manufacturing, distribution, consumption .... Second, Jones' Apparel Industry (2006) reviewed the UK apparel industry and its place within the global economy. .... is highly fragmented, with the top four companies-Collective Brands Inc (Payless), Foot Locker Inc, Brown Shoe…
  • Health Effects of the New Labour Market
    Occupational Hazards in the Informal Sector-a Global Perspective. .... step out-sourced informal sector work tasks, such as gem cutting, net repair, garment gluing and ribbon … poor residential areas or informal sector worksites where there are inadequate washing facilities, lockers or separate eating…
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  • Handbook of Climate Change Mitigation
    …energy-generating units or a weapons manufacturing facility the same as owning a garment factory or a … problem of a usurious system, having to do with the growing power of global corporations and the .... Bank lockers or safes may also be used instead.
  • The interactive contribution of resources with regard to the operation and outputs of a clothing production system
    …classified in the study consists of the physical environment, financial environment and the global clothing manufacturing industry. .... Sewing machine operators are the employees of the company who physically stitch the clothing garments together. .... Within the sewing division, straight- stitch machines, over- lockers and speciality machines similar to buttonhole machines are…
  • The dialectic between globalization and localization: Economic restructuring, women and strategies of cultural reproduction
    …a quarter of Filipino garment workers are based in FTZS; the bulk of garment manufacturing depends on .... The working daughters on Southeast Asian global assembly lines who are breadwinners for their families and who … seek relief from their dreadful work by asking permission to go to the locker room and to…