Business Division

Some articles on business division, divisions, business, division:

BGR Energy Systems Ltd - Office - Business Division
... The Company consists of five businesses (divisions), including Power Projects business (PPD), which provides EPC and BOP services for coal-based Thermal Power Plants and Gas-based Combined ... Oil and Gas Equipments business (OGED), which designs and manufactures gas conditioning metering skids, storage tanks, pipeline pig launching receiving systems, gas processing complexes and gas compressor packages ... Air Fin Coolers business(AFC division), which designs and manufactures Air Fin Coolers which cool process fluids and gases used in the refining, petrochemical, and oil and gas ...
Samsung Mobile Phones - Management and Board of Directors
... The company added a new digital imaging business division in 2010, and now consists of eight divisions, including the existing display, IT solutions, consumer electronics, wireless, networking, semiconductor ... It also reorganized its business organization to strengthen business synergies, by merging its Digital Air Solutions Team and Samsung Electronics Gwangju (consumer ... The set-top boxes business was merged with the Visual Display Business division ...
Division (business)
... A division of a business or business division (rarely and confusingly called a business sector) is one of the large parts into which a business (company) is divided ... The divisions are distinct parts of that business ... If these divisions are all part of the same company, then that company is legally responsible for all of the obligations and debts of the division ...

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