Synonyms for distribuidora or Related words with distribuidora
Examples of "distribuidora"
Pilar -Wholesale Company of household cleaning Staff.
Geografía Ilustrada del Paraguay,
Arami SRL; 2007. ISBN 99925-68-04-6
Cartas para que la alegría (poetry), Cooperativa Impresora y
, Buenos Aires, 1959.
2006 – The Círculo de Leitores acquires the Bertrand Group, comprising Editora Bertrand,
de Livros Bertrand and Livrarias Bertrand.
CAESS, CLESA, EEO ("Empresa Eléctrica de Oriente") and Deusem ("
Eléctrica de Oriente") are controlled by AES Corporation.
DiVolvo S.A. - short for "
Volvo S.A." - was a car manufacturer and dealer from Arica in Chile.
Diccionario Biográfico "FORJADORES DEL PARAGUAY", Primera Edición Enero de 2000.
Quevedo de Ediciones. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Crónica Histórica Ilustrada del Paraguay,
Quevedo de Ediciones, Buenos Aires, ISBN 987-9246-03-9 (Page 856)
is the seventh largest supermarket chain in Brazil, both in number of stores and value of sales, and are the largest Brazilian grocery store chain without foreign participation in their capital. DMA
is the 230th largest overall company in Brazil.
Inc. is the largest food retail company in Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo states, both in number of shops and amount of sales invoices.
The transmission and distribution sectors are highly regulated and less competitive than generation. In transmission, the Compañía Nacional de Transporte Energético en Alta Tension (Transener) operates the national electricity transmission grid under a long-term agreement with the Argentine government. In the distribution sector, three private companies, Edenor ("Empresa
y Comercializadora Norte"), Edesur ("Electricidad
Sur") and Edelap ("Empresa de Electricidad de la Plata"), dominate a market with 75% control by private firms.
On April 19, 1999, the club became a private company, and changed its name to Desportiva Capixaba. The senior partner was Frannel
de Combustível, later replaced by Grupo Villa-Forte due to Frannel's bankruptcy.
Urcelay sits on Board of Directors of AECOC-GS1 Spain (an association of 25,000+ companies in the consumer goods field) and, since November 2011, the
Internacional de Alimentación, S.A..
In 1944, the Milk Supply Welfare Program was implemented with the opening of the first milk-producing plant, under the name "Nacional
y Reguladora, S. A. de C. V." (Nadyrsa).
Sendas (originally "Casas Sendas Comércio e Indústria Ltda.", currently "Sendas
S.A.") was a supermarket chain in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro, currently owned by Grupo Pão de Açúcar.
2010 – The Groupo Porto Editora acquires the Direct Group, constituted by Editora Bertrand,
Bertrand, Livrarias Bertrand and Círculo de Leitores. With this acquisition, the BertrandCírculo Group gets formed.
As for retail companies, DMA
is among the largest ten companies in Brazil, according to the ABRAS ranking for 2007, and it is among the largest five with a 100% national stock capital, employing more than 10.500 workers.
"Black Ecco Alimentos & Bebidas" is one of the sectors of Black Ecco Group, which focuses in the foods and drinks, being its subsidiaries: "La Chinampa, La Infame, Las Ahogadas de Jalisco, La Sonorita, and
Baldor's algebra textbook "Algebra" (With Graphics and 6,523 exercises and answers) published by Compañía Cultural Editora y
de Textos Americanos, S. A. continues being used to this day in secondary schools throughout Latin America.
The company was created in 1969 as a holding company for the various businesses of Armando De Armas. De Armas had launched "
Continental" in 1947, followed by other businesses (including "Editorial América", launched in 1960). 1969 also saw the launch of sports newspaper "Diario Meridiano", while "Diario 2001" was launched in 1973.
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