Kuhnt

Kuhnt

(kūnt),
Hermann, German ophthalmologist, 1850-1925. See: Kuhnt spaces.
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With responsibility for BMW Group sales in 77 countries, Kuhnt also used the trip as an opportunity to meet with BMW customers and get an in-depth business overview of the region and each importer market.
The opening was attended by the Ambassador of Germany and Hungary in Cairo, Vice President and Importer Regions: Africa, Caribbean, Eastern Europe, Asia, Pacific and Middle East Bernard Kuhnt and other high-profile members of the German delegate of BMW Group's top executives, as well as the German Ambassador to Egypt.
With the two Liebherr crawler excavators, we have now found the ideal solution as we have a greater output and productivity and maintain flexibility thanks to the wheel loader , explains Wolfgang Kuhnt, quarry manager.
Bernard Kuhnt, Regional Director, Jaguar Land Rover Europe added: "Following the success of the Jaguar F-TYPE convertible's launch with Hertz in 2013, we are delighted to again partner with Hertz and offer drivers the chance to rent the Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe.
Bernard Kuhnt, Regional Director, Jaguar Land Rover Europe said: "We are very pleased to present the all new F-TYPE through our strong partnership with Hertz.
Vordermark D, Said HM, Katzer A, Kuhnt T, Hansgen G, Dunst J, et al.
Colombani P, Wenk C, Kunz I, Krahenbuhl S, Kuhnt MA, Frey-Rindova P.
Core businesses contributed 85 per cent to this rise and RWE chief executive Dietmar Kuhnt said it would like its core businesses to increase their share to approximately 90 per cent in the current financial year, based on internal and external earnings growth.
Dietmar Kuhnt, president and chief executive officer, RWE AG.
ter Meulen J, Badusche M, Kuhnt K, Doetze A, Satoguina J, Marti T, et al.
We see Internet-based delivery work growing significantly in the future," said Bernhard Kuhnt, marketing and van sales general manager for the German motor giants.
However, RWE chief executive Dietmar Kuhnt moved to reassure staff yesterday, saying that though the merger would generate considerable cost savings these would be at the expense of dispensing with operating systems rather than jobs.