Arrive is a Norwegian information technology company owned by Norges Statsbaner (Norwegian State Railways) that offers a wide range of Information Technology services, primarily targeting the railway and public transport sector, with the NSB corporation being the dominant customer. The company has 70 employees, is based in Oslo and was created in 2001 as a limited company, though had been a separate division within NSB since 1970.
Other articles related to "arrive":
... On the Red Sea coast most birds arrive from mid-August to mid-September, with numbers of adults peaking in August and of young birds in September ... or east Africa, before continuing south to arrive on their wintering grounds in December or January ... south-east Europe, for instance on the Black Sea coast, may arrive there by late April ...
... Wheezer, Stymie, and Bologna arrive at a rich family's home and try to sell a bunch of junk to a little girl named Shirley ... Jackie, Chubby, Mary Ann, Farina, Dorothy, and Speck arrive at a house and Chubby gets locked in a steam cabinet ... Police arrive to investigate and find the Gang there ...
... Students arrive between 900 and 1100 ... When they arrive, they sign in on a whiteboard ... Consequentially, students who arrive at 900 may be finished for the day by 930, while students who show up closer to 1100 may have to wait until well into the afternoon to be seen ...
... has not arrived yet, but it will, I believe, arrive today, according to a message some men brought from Sunium, where they left it ... SOCRATES...I do not think it will arrive on this coming day, but on the next ... third), interpreting the dream to mean that he will arrive at his new home one day later than Crito expects ...
Famous quotes containing the word arrive:
“To arrive where you are, to get from where you are not,
You must go by a way wherein there is no ecstasy.
In order to arrive at what you do not know
You must go by a way which is the way of ignorance.”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)
“And so we ask for peace for the gods of our fathers, for the gods of our native land. It is reasonable that whatever each of us worships is really to be considered one and the same. We gaze up at the same stars, the sky covers us all, the same universe compasses us. What does it matter what practical systems we adopt in our search for the truth. Not by one avenue only can we arrive at so tremendous a secret.”
—Quintus Aurelius Symmachus (A.D. c. 340402)
“What are we waiting for, gathered in the market-place?
The barbarians are to arrive today.”
—Constantine Cavafy (18631933)