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2013-11-13 23:24:14

Lens Technology International, an industrial paints and coatings manufacturer, added a new machine to increase their production capacity. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2013 Lens Technology International (LTI), a leading manufacturer of abrasion resistant coatings, has just announced the addition of a 300 gallon reactor to augment their manufacturing operation. The addition of the new reactor tank is in response to an uptick in business for the company that has seen steady growth...

2011-08-31 20:20:00

In an attempt to make it faster and easier to book London Minicabs, London Cabs launches a new online booking facility. In only 30 seconds, a nearby London cab can be reserved. London, UK (PRWEB) August 31, 2011 London Cabs are pleased to announce the launch of a quick and simple online booking facility. With London Cabs, a minicab can be booked in 30 seconds in three simple steps. Simply type the start point and destination, amount of passengers and time of travel followed by a review of...

2010-03-15 13:21:00

IBIZA, Spain, March 15 /PRNewswire/ -- A CLASH between an Ibiza taxi owner and one of his drivers has revealed that a single taxi could bring in almost 2,000 pounds Sterling a day - or more than 50,000 pounds in one of the summer months when tourism is at its peak. The driver was working only four hours a day for the owner of the taxi, but he admitted that, during his last three days of work, he had made over 1,000 pounds in fares - equivalent to a nice rate of around 88 pounds an hour....


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