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  • Kawasaki Heavy Industries , one of Japan's leading rolling-stock makers, said it switched from Mizuho to another major bank, at least for now, to ensure that its employees receive their salaries on time.

    Crunch Time for Mizuho Bank

  • They are attending the select committee on transport, which is meeting to discuss UK rolling-stock procurement, at which representatives of both Siemens and Bombardier will be questioned.

    Survey predicts huge job losses as Bombardier loses Thameslink contract

  • Juergen Wilder, general manager for the company's rolling-stock division in the U.S., said the company would likely use its Sacramento plant to make any new trains ordered through the stimulus funding.

    U.S. Commits $13 Billion to Aid High-Speed Rail

  • It also plans to build an industrial town, a rolling-stock factory and a ship-repair plant.

    Sunshine Touches The Land Of Long Shadows

  • The mere cost of iron, right of way, rolling-stock, and power-plants was immense.

    The Titan

  • Cowperwood calculated its shares, bonds, rolling-stock, and other physical properties as totaling in the vicinity of over two million dollars.

    The Titan

  • I ordered the driver, who was driving furiously, to make half speed; but even with this precaution there were sundry stoppages; and at the Naffíshah station, where my Bolognese acquaintances still throve, we could not be supplied with a change of “rolling-stock.”

    The Land of Midian

  • Expenditures on transportation infrastructure and equipment are even greater, particularly in the purchase of rails, rolling-stock and locomotives, which should reach over $70 million this year.

    The Canadian Economy in International Development

  • The summer calm lies over everything: rolling-stock inert on its tracks, one soldier sitting against an orange-topped oil drum trying to play an accordion.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • It should be made a legal arbitrator in all matters of controversy between railroad companies and warehouses and their patrons; and it should be required to make examination of roads, and be invested with authority to compel reparation of unsafe and defective bridges, culverts, track, and rolling-stock.

    Fifty Years of Public Service

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