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The combined operations can offer more expertise in several key market areas including marine, agriculture, health care, technical products, industrial manufacturing and distribution.
The employees of the combined operations will be better positioned for the future in a company with the resources and technical expertise to be a key player in both the U.
4 percent compared with $37,672,000 for the combined operations for the same period in the previous year.
Stanley Goodroe, president of Dorsett, will serve as chief executive officer of the combined operations.
The combined operations of EBRO/Fedesa consist of three production facilities at Villarrubia (Cordoba); Viladecans (Barcelona) and Vinaroz (Castellon) with a total annual production capacity of approximately 30,000 tons.
Our combined operations represent the largest merchant acquirer focused on serving the ISO channel, and I believe the application of best practices across the businesses will drive even higher levels of service for all of our ISO partners.
is targeting a close date on 06/30/2006 and believes the acquisition will be slightly accretive to GAAP earnings in the first full year of combined operations.
Angela Wallis, Chairman of BAF, said, "Having worked together with MTS over the years, we believe there are benefits that we will be able to realize in our combined operations.
Combined operations began February 1, 2006, and local operations will be by RADR co-founder Ron Holbrook.
The quality of the Paulsen's operation and the ability for NuStar management to achieve these milestones in such a timely manner is outstanding, and bodes well for our combined operations.
Fourth quarter 2005 sales results reflect the combined operations of Music & Arts and American Music while fourth quarter 2004 sales results only include results from American Music.

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