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Dedicated Computing said the divestiture will enable it to focus on its primary business as an original design manufacturer of computing systems for global OEM customers in healthcare, life sciences, training and simulation, and industrial markets.
Analysts and trucking executives say that dedicated trucking is growing at a greater overall percentage than typical dry van freight for several reasons: Shippers get guaranteed capacity to eliminate concerns during peak seasons; carriers are assured of a certain guaranteed level of freight demand to smooth out cyclicality in their operations; rates tend to be lower than either spot market or contractual truck rates; and dedicated business tends to be longer term and "stickier"--that is, without the usual 15 percent to 20 percent annual turnover in normal business churn.
It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced.
Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure.
D2D Using a Fibre Channel SAN VARs know that the most expensive route to a backup network is through a dedicated Fibre Channel (FC) storage network (and frequently referred to as a storage area network or SAN).
I am sure he'll be sorely missed, having been such a dedicated individual for the DAV," Mr.
The dedicated sidewall inspection system is a stand-alone machine that utilizes laser measurement technology incorporated into an automatic tire inflation/rotation machine.
Teresa Elenes, social worker and volunteer dedicated to immigration and citizenship issues;
Dedicated project stakeholders tend to stretch beyond this level of immediate concern and focus on all aspects of a project.
Back in 1987, this magazine ran an article about dedicated contract carriage, often referred to as simply "dedicated trucking" or "dedicated service.