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All Steel 10 Ton Hydraulic Air Pull Back Ram For Porta Power Hooks On Both End on

US $62.55

City of Industry, California, US

City of Industry, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details:You may return new, unopened items within 14 days of delivery for a full refund. Items should be returned in their original product packaging. The buyer must contact our company before returning the item and obtain a return authorization number. We can not accept returns without a return authorization number. All return shipping are responsible by buyer. Items that are Not Returnable: if item are careless used, Worn, tear, damage Any sign of abuse to the item will void all warranty! Defective items or problems with your order must be reported within 3 days after receiving. Please keep all packaging, documentation, packing list, etc. that came with your order. These will be used to verify claims if there is any problem with you. Restocking fee will be charged for returned items without original package or any quality problem. Please contact us for details before returning your package to avoid misunderstanding. IMPORTANT: Customer's item must be returned to our facility at the buyers’ shipping expense. Restocking Fee:No

CCS- American Iron and Steel Institute Challenge 2005

Tue, 15 Nov 2005

Transportation Design students from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit recently presented projects done in conjunction with the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). Three students were selected from the college to complete an internship: Chris Piscitelli, Sylvian Bryan and Sang Hoon Shin. They took on the challenge to design a 'functional, innovative and extreme-inspired vehicle that integrates environmental responsibility, cost efficiency and advanced steel materials.' Aside from the peripheral criteria, it is the 'extreme' theme that sticks, the brief satisfyingly encouraging students to really provoke with their imaginations.With the Challenge now in its 17th year, AISI puts its considerable resources to good use, Piscitelli, Bryan and Shin each receiving much support during their internship program, which includes producing scale models of their designs.

Elway seeks another fourth-quarter comeback

Mon, 04 Apr 2011

It was looking to the world like National Football League great John Elway was finished, settling into a middle-aged retirement of lush golf courses and tending to his investments. But how could a guy with a career record of 34 fourth-quarter comebacks ever be finished? Not only is the 50-year-old former Denver Broncos quarterback back with the Broncos, neck deep in a labor dispute, draft-pick planning and franchise rebuilding.

JLR Factory plans on track – Sunday Times story rejected

Mon, 19 Apr 2010

JLR's UK restructuring is on track despite the stories in this weekend's press (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); Back in September, JLR (Jaguar Land Rover) announced that it intended closing one of its Midlands factories as part of a long-term plan to breathe new life in to the future of JLR. We dutifully reported that but confess we took the easy ‘Bad News’ tack on the story. It was obvious; JLR are closing a factory ergo bad news.