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reconditioning

The process of restoring normal cardiovascular and neuromuscular function following injury, disease, or inactivity.
See: rehabilitation
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Dealers set an electronic reconditioning plan that provides internal team members and vendors with a timetable and targeted work list for each vehicle in advance.
"Ultimately, the guidelines are results of a collaboration of various important coffee industry participants to find a workable solution providing value to US coffee imports while keeping costs in check --something every firm has front of mind these days," said Brett Anderhub, senior vice president of Rekerdres & Sons Insurance, who led the GCA Logistics Committee's special task force on reconditioning.
Job creation in the UAE or across the GCC is another added benefit of reconditioning, he said.
ReCoop, an operation located outside Sebastopol, Calif., has been reconditioning barrels for more than 25 years.
The European Association of Euro-Pharmaceutical Companies (EAEPC) is nevertheless happy with the Commission's proposals, seeing in them confirmation of the "principle according to which reconditioning can only be carried out by holders of market authorisations, which includes licensed manufacturers and parallel importers".
The workshop will provide reconditioning services to owners and operators of marine engines, gearboxes, controllable-pitch propellers, thrusters and other ship equipment.
The company will be the only reconditioning facility with complete access to MAN Roland specifications and proprietary manufacturing information.
Services include model making and mold reconditioning. Also RIM and thermoforming molds.
Pulp and paper mills from around the world return their worn screen parts to Norway for reconditioning. Technicians use proprietary equipment to return the parts to original or modified specifications.
Mickey Truck Bodies has partnered with Rush Enterprises as its authorized reconditioning and service center partner for customers in Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah.
The company, which was bought by its workforce in 2002, specialises in the repair and reconditioning of machine tools.
Dealing with a reputable reconditioning shop will ensure you are not getting what is known in the business as a "five-gallon refurbishing."