combination of companies

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Superior Group of Companies, formerly Superior Uniform Group, established in 1920, is a combination of companies that help customers unlock the power of their brands by creating extraordinary brand experiences for employees and customers.
This combination of companies will achieve the strategic synergies that Premier has been pursuing since its acquisition of TPC.
However, he added, "Being Xcerra, we have a certain uniqueness, and a key element of any strategy is that you need to be unique--otherwise you are immediately in a price game." In addition, he said, with the combination of companies, Xcerra has "achieved a size that gives us more stability than we would have had if we continued as individual operating companies."
"The story isn't told in the combination of companies right now; it will be told in 18 months when we see new players coming through to compete."
This combination of companies will give our clients a superior integrated approach to product/service innovation, positioning, and performance."
The combination of companies offers a geographic reach within one time zone of every US-based OEM, officials noted.
Trans Tec, the judge said, was originally formed in 1991 by a combination of companies controlled by the late media tycoon, Robert Maxwell, and a company owned and run by Coventry North-west MP and former Paymaster General Geoffrey Robinson, who resigned in May 1997 after his appointment to the Government.
"The Dubuit-Nazdar agreement represents an excellent combination of companies that will truly benefit U.S.
Kajitani told reporters, ''The alliance of the three firms constitutes an unprecedented combination of companies whose business fields do not overlap.''
Born from a combination of companies with proven success in meeting OEM challenges, Intier has worldwide capability to handle complete interior and closure system programs, from consumer clinics through final delivery.
A Transco spokesman said there was no explanation for the record levels on Wednesday, but added, "I would imagine it was a combination of companies coming back to work and warming their offices and factories and people going home and turning up the heat."
Phillip Humann, dubbed the SunTrust/Wachovia alliance "...a compelling strategic combination of companies" that represented a "substantially better deal for Wachovia's shareholders than the First Union transaction." Importantly, SunTrust also argued that its transaction would involve a simpler integration process -- a thorny issue for First Union in its acquisition several years ago of Philadelphia's CoreStates Financial Corp.