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Tariff 2011 2 or 3 movers anglais for COMPANY 100%

based on maximum 6th floor with external elevator Unloading address :

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2012/02/18/tariff-2011-2-or-3-movers-anglais-for-company/

18/02/2012 www.fichier-pdf.fr

MICROTRAINS FEVRIER 2019 87%

Used for auto parts service until the 1950s, this car’s extra door on each side helped facilitate loading and unloading bulky components.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2019/02/03/microtrains-fevrier-2019/

03/02/2019 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Catalytic hydrogenation of nitrobenzene to aniline (PdC) 79%

Finally, hydrogen pressure is increased to 8 bars in agreement with standards equipment (heat exchanger, pumps…) Because of the 0.1 m3 loop volume, the final useable volume is adjusted consequently to 0.6 m 3 and the productivity is lightly higher (loading /unloading time evaluated to 30 min).

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/07/12/catalytic-hydrogenation-of-nitrobenzene-to-aniline-pdc/

12/07/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

EN RESUME PASCAL GIUDICELLI 74%

Study of the unloading equipment renewal, New Caledonia, 15M€ (22MCAD)Summer 2015 :

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/07/16/en-resume-pascal-giudicelli/

16/07/2017 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Brochure En VERSION pdf 74%

w Connected Terminal enabling loading/unloading of cars by rail w 30 000 units per year ->

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2016/11/03/brochure-en-version-pdf/

03/11/2016 www.fichier-pdf.fr

tippmann 98 custom platinum serie manuel 73%

14 Unloading Your Marker ...........................................................................................

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2010/05/19/p4fupn1/

19/05/2010 www.fichier-pdf.fr

manuel alpha 70%

12 Unloading Your Marker .......................................................................

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2010/05/19/w6cgzsl/

19/05/2010 www.fichier-pdf.fr

The Little Book Survival PASIMD 68%

NOTES FOR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES 6 A) UNLOADING, ACCOMPANYING, ARRANGING B) PANIC ATTACKS C) TRANSFORMING TOGETHER D) TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF II.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2020/03/23/thelittlebooksurvivalpasimd/

23/03/2020 www.fichier-pdf.fr

WéCo ecological, autonomous, design public toilet 68%

Ecological : no wasting of drinkable water, unloading of water treatment plant which result in an energy saving, a positive carbon footprint and the awareness of the users.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/07/05/we-co-ecological-autonomous-design-public-toilet/

05/07/2017 www.fichier-pdf.fr

CV CRESPEL INTERNSHIP 65%

I worked on the physical conception and aim to create a 3D model of the loading-unloading sequence.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/02/28/cv-crespel-internship/

28/02/2017 www.fichier-pdf.fr

2019RulesPCC 63%

25 Loading, Reloading or Unloading During a Course of Fire ..................................................................................

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2018/11/10/2019rulespcc/

10/11/2018 www.fichier-pdf.fr

manuel X7 62%

8 Unloading Your Marker ..................................................................

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2010/05/19/e655tyx/

19/05/2010 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Memo Delay Code definition 62%

blocked for Informatics system (UK) Part lost / Litigation Lack of part / Bill of Material cannot be exploitable (ie spare part 0 and equivalent ref to be found) Late answer from other department or suppliers HANDLING Aircraft ground handling support (Loading, Unloading, bulky/special load, cabin load, lack of loading staff) Fuelling, Defueling, fuel supplier Catering, late delivery or loading Airbus ground infrastructure availability (Hangar, Technical equipment, bikini, Compens, parking, …) TECHNICAL Aircraft defect due to FTI (COCOTO, …) Aircraft defects Scheduled maintenance, late release, late arrival to the gate Non-scheduled maintenance, special checks and / or additional works beyond normal maintenance Spares and maintenance equipment, lack of or breakdown for aircraft grounded AOG (Aircraft on ground for technical reasons) Spares, to be carried to another station Supplier:

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2019/02/27/memo-delay-code-definition/

27/02/2019 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Aliworld 2015 001-p86 61%

With our new 86 MIX AND MATCH FOR THE PERFECT COMBINATION All models Possible stacking of one to four levels An exclusive heat distributor on the roof and deck Double-glazed doors with heat-reflective coating Digital controls Standard manual steam vent Pastry module Black spiked sheet deck for effective loading and unloading New steam generator as an optional add-on, before or after purchase Double-glazed doors insulated by a layer of air Bakery 13mm deck in high-density refractory material New steam generator fitted as standard Optional integrated lift and loader Pizza 14mm uultra-high t a g temperature te pe atu e slab s ab Double-glazed doors insulated by a layer of air BRINGING CUSTOMERS THE VERY BEST Pavailler is committed to offering what the customer wants at the price they are willing to pay.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2016/04/26/aliworld-2015-001-p86/

26/04/2016 www.fichier-pdf.fr

5-MEDICAL EVACUATION IN A THEATER OF OPÉRATIONS -499PAGES 61%

Medical Aidman .................................................................... Ambulance Loading and Unloading ............................................

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/01/09/5-medical-evacuation-in-a-theater-of-opErations-499pages/

09/01/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

98 Manual 60%

20 Unloading Your Marker .............................................................................

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/01/19/98-manual/

19/01/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE Le Prix Pictet au V&A à Londres 60%

 Lebensmittel   55.2  x  81.6  cm,  framed  56.1  x  81.6  cm,  Gelatin  Silver  Bromide  Print       ©  Michael  Schmidt     https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/0kub6f8k2h2s2fy/17.164.jpg?dl =1     Allan  Sekula   Hammerhead  crane  unloading  forty-­‐foot  containers  from  Asian  ports.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/04/14/communiquE-de-presse-le-prix-pictet-au-v-a-a-londres/

14/04/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

manuel gryphon 59%

Velocity Adjustment.....................................................................................................9 Unloading Your Marker............................................................................................................9 Air/CO2 Supply Cylinder Warnings.......................................................................................10 Air/CO2 Supply Cylinder Safety Tips.............................................................................11 Air/CO2 Supply Cylinder Removal........................................................................................12 Repairing Air/CO2 Supply Cylinder Leaks .

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/01/19/manuel-gryphon/

19/01/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

X7 Phenom manual 1109 58%

Fire the Marker ...........................................................................................................9 Selector Switch Operation ..............................................................................................9 Low Battery Indicator ....................................................................................................10 Changing the Firing Mode ............................................................................................10 Advanced Programming ...............................................................................................10 Programming Menus ....................................................................................................10 Programming Navigation ..............................................................................................11 Velocity Adjustment ..............................................................................................................12 Unloading Your Marker .........................................................................................................12 Air Supply Cylinder Warnings ...............................................................................................13 Air Supply Cylinder Safety Tips ....................................................................................14 Air Supply Cylinder Removal ................................................................................................15 Repairing Air Supply Cylinder Leaks ...........................................................................15 Cleaning and Maintenance ...................................................................................................16 Storage .........................................................................................................................17 Phenom Disassembly and Assembly - Set Up a Work Area ................................................17 Phenom Disassembly and Assembly ..........................................................................19 The Flex Valve ..............................................................................................................21 The Upper Receiver .....................................................................................................25 The Lower Receiver .....................................................................................................27 The Trigger Assembly ...................................................................................................27 The Cyclone Feed System ...........................................................................................29 Specifications ......................................................................................................................30 Warranty and Repair Information .........................................................................................31 5 E N G L I S H

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2010/05/19/g3ry337/

19/05/2010 www.fichier-pdf.fr

X7 Phenom manual 58%

Fire the Marker ...........................................................................................................9 Selector Switch Operation ..............................................................................................9 Low Battery Indicator ....................................................................................................10 Changing the Firing Mode ............................................................................................10 Advanced Programming ...............................................................................................10 Programming Menus ....................................................................................................10 Programming Navigation ..............................................................................................11 Velocity Adjustment ..............................................................................................................12 Unloading Your Marker .........................................................................................................12 Air Supply Cylinder Warnings ...............................................................................................13 Air Supply Cylinder Safety Tips ....................................................................................14 Air Supply Cylinder Removal ................................................................................................15 Repairing Air Supply Cylinder Leaks ...........................................................................15 Cleaning and Maintenance ...................................................................................................16 Storage .........................................................................................................................17 Phenom Disassembly and Assembly - Set Up a Work Area ................................................17 Phenom Disassembly and Assembly ..........................................................................19 The Flex Valve ..............................................................................................................21 The Upper Receiver .....................................................................................................25 The Lower Receiver .....................................................................................................27 The Trigger Assembly ...................................................................................................27 The Cyclone Feed System ...........................................................................................29 Specifications ......................................................................................................................30 Warranty and Repair Information .........................................................................................31 5 E N G L I S H

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2015/05/24/x7-phenom-manual/

24/05/2015 www.fichier-pdf.fr

manuel A5 57%

16 Unloading Your Marker ..................................................................

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/01/19/manuel-a5/

19/01/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

AM-01.01.084 main en.B.1 57%

25 4 UNLOADING AND DISTRIBUTION .

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2016/10/12/am-01-01-084-main-en-b-1/

12/10/2016 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Newsletter debut 2014 57%

Lebensmittel © Michael Schmidt Allan Sekula Hammerhead crane unloading forty-foot containers from Asian ports.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/01/31/newsletter-debut-2014/

31/01/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

IAA2012-pressfile EN 55%

PRESS FILE  IAA sept. 2012  DHOLLANDIA Hall 26 ‐ Stand B04 DHOLLANDIA N.V.   ●  Zoomstraat 9,  IZ E17‐1072, 9160 Lokeren, Belgium    Tel +32 (0)9 349 06 92   ●   Fax +32 (0)9 349 09 77  info@dhollandia.be    ● www.dhollandia.com   Main themes on IAA...  For  DHOLLANDIA,  the  main  axis  of  development,  and  the  main  lines  of  communica on  at  IAA  turn  around    1– Reduc on of weight, and op misa on of vehicle pay‐loads    Although  clever  development  and  accurate  dimensioning  of  mechanical  components  in  func on  of  the  intended use and capacity have always been a strong point at DHOLLANDIA, some of the li s shown at  the  IAA  bring  a  revolu on  in  the  tail  li   market,  and  feature  proper  weights  that  are  very  a rac ve  in  comparison to the tail li  averages.    2– Maximum safety for the driver, and unrivalled long‐term reliability of the equipment  in heavy duty use    DHOLLANDIA li s are o en used in very harsh and brutal environments, in extreme climate condi ons,  and in any part of the world that might, but o en might not have access to fast and professional service.  That is why our li s con nue to be developed with reliability and intelligent simplicity in mind.    Also,  the  safety  of  the  operator  (and  poten al  by‐standees  in  traffic)  is  gaining  fast  growing  interest.  Hence,  DHOLLANDIA  has  invested  strongly  in  flexible,  heavy‐duty  safety  rail  systems,  where  needed  adjusted to allow side loading / unloading; special pla orm coa ngs combining the best of an ‐slip and  sound‐dampening (PIEK) characteris cs; and pla orm locking mechanisms to provide maximum safety on  the road under the LOAD SECURITY CODE XL legisla on.    3–  Offering  premium  finish  (hot‐dip  zinc  pla ng)  as  best  added‐value  for  our  clients’  investments     A premium finish that will extend the expected life‐ me of a tail li  well beyond the industry average, is  the best added value we can offer our clients, in order to protect their investment for many years, and  obtain a maximum return on investment.  www.dhollandia.com • info@dhollandia.be ZINC finish ‐ give corrosion no chance  Until  recently,  all  DHOLLANDIA  lifts  were  treated  with  Protection  PLUS.  This  state‐of‐the‐art  finish  combines  innovative technologies such as 3‐kation zinc phosphate, KTL  epoxy electro coat and polyester powder coat, to raise the  quality and corrosion protection of DHOLLANDIA lifts to a  level well above the average in the tail lift industry.    Today,  following  the  footsteps  of  numerous  body  builders  and  trailer  manufacturers,  DHOLLANDIA  has  chosen  to  aim for the highest possible finish quality, and to offer hot‐ dip zinc plating on the majority of lift products.    The hot‐dip zinc plating will be marketed as STANDARD on a  wide range of lift types, and offered as an option on the ones  that keep Protection PLUS as default finish.    Zinc  offers  a  physical  and  a  electro‐chemical  protection  of  steel. At a temperature of 450°, the melted zinc goes into a  metallurgical bond with the steel substrate, forming zinc‐iron  alloys that leave no chance to corrosion. These alloys benefit  from  a  higher  hardness  than  steel  itself,  and  guarantee  an  increased  firmness  to  resist  shocks  and  wear.  Moreover,  exposure to the atmosphere leads to the formation of a zinc  patina,  and  creates  an  impermeable  layer  that  offers  unrivalled protection against corrosion.    The main advantages of hot‐dip zinc pla ng in a nutshell:    Maximum, unrivalled corrosion protec on      Best added value for your investment, guaranteeing its integrity and aesthe cal aspect for many  years      Protects  the  outside  AND  the  INSIDE  of  steel  structures  (unlike  most  e‐coat  systems  or  conven onal paint systems, which merely paint the outside)      Green  technology:  life‐cycle  assessments  have  proven  that  zinc‐plating  is  the  most  environmentally  friendly method of anti‐corrosion protection. DHOLLANDIA’s zinc‐plating plant uses state‐of‐the‐art  technologies to recuperate and recycle zinc, heat, and water from the production processes.      Perfect synergy for body builders and chassis manufacturers offering galvanised chassis    www.dhollandia.com • info@dhollandia.be Strive for extra PAY‐LOAD  Body rear frame and hydraulic tail li  combined into 1 single component!  The  commercial  vehicle  industry  is  searching  continuously  for  techniques  and  methods  to  make  vehicles  lighter,    and  maximize  their  pay‐load.  Taking  into  account  its  position  in  the  overhang  behind the rear axle, the proper weight of a tail lift can be of major  influence.    Simultaneously,  the  body  building  industry  is  increasingly  eager  to  obtain  quick‐fit  solutions,  readily  adjusted  to  suit  their  particular  bodies and manufacturing requirements, and needing a minimum of  specialised labour for the installation.    DHOLLANDIA’s  new  column  lift  type  DH‐VOCS.07.K1  forms  the  perfect  answer  to  both  issues.  Whereas  conventional  tail  lifts  are  mounted to an existing rear frame (column lifts), or mounted to the  chassis of a vehicle with a regular body (cantilever lifts, slider lifts,…),  this new solution merges the rear frame of the body and the tail lift  itself into one single component.    The unit consists of a lift with capacities ranging from 500‐750 kg, a  light weight aluminium platform of 1200‐1600 mm deep, and a top‐ hatch operated by gas springs in honey comb material. This product  enables DHOLLANDIA to offer the lightest tail lift in the 3.5‐7.5 T  GVW range.    The KPI’s in a shortlist:    Minimum  weight  /  Maximum  pay‐load:  just  185 kg  (1)  proper  weight for the tail lift + top hatch + body rear frame !    No rear frame required = save weight, save money!    Mounting  fine‐tuned  with  the  body‐builder’s  requirements,  allowing short fitting times with a minimum of specialised labour    Hydraulic power pack premounted in cylinder beam    Joined  to  the  body  panels,  this  solution  is  independent  of  any  chassis constraints (overhang, spring hanger,…)    Reliable  and  easy  to  use  without  specialised  driver  training,  therefore also extremely convenient for the occasional use, rental  business, etc…    Superior aesthetical finish    (1) depending on dimensions of vehicle and lift  www.dhollandia.com • info@dhollandia.be 185 kg  Light li  for van chassis  Light high‐performance 4‐cylinder li  DH‐LMQ now adapted for special van chassis    5  years  ago,  DHOLLANDIA  introduced  the  DH‐LMQ  technology,  a  pla orm  of  very  stable  4  cylinders  li s  without main cross tube between the le  & right  chassis  beams.    This  new  concept  offered  superior  stability  in  comparison  to  compe ng  2‐cylinder  models  in  the  500‐ 1000  kg  capacity  range,  it  allowed  to  save  significant  weight in comparison to the conven onal 4‐cylinder li s  in  the  DHOLLANDIA  program,  and  to  leave  the  spare  wheel of the vehicle in its original posi on.    Where  the  ini al  DH‐LMQ.10  was  only  suitable  for  regular  C‐shaped  chassis  (Iveco  Daily,  light  commercial  trucks from 7.5T onwards,…), the new model comes with  custom‐made  adap on  kits  to  mount  it  on  the  special  chassis of the majority of vehicles in the 3.5T+ range (kits  adapted  to  wheelbase  and  overhang  of  Merdedes  Sprinters,  Renault  Master,  Volkswagen  LT,  Ford  Transit  etc...).    The KPI’s in a shortlist:    Minimum  weight  /  Maximum  pay‐load: 4‐cylinder  technology from 180 kg onwards!    Superior  pla orm  stability  thanks  to  the  4‐cylinder  technology    500‐1000 kg li  capacity at a CG of 600mm    Standard execu on with fixed moun ng plates  for  conven onal C‐shaped chassis 755 & 860 mm wide    New execu on with special moun ng kits for quick  fi ng, adapted to the specific type and wheelbase  of a wide range of 3.5T+ commercial trucks    Hot‐dip zinc plated li  frame & moun ng plates      www.dhollandia.com • info@dhollandia.be Quick fit 

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2012/09/20/iaa2012-pressfile-en/

20/09/2012 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Business Intelligence on the Chinese Greentech Market 54%

is to test the use of advanced smart city / IT technologies and make the experience gained available to the wider public on the basis of the Kowloon-East area (region around the former Kai Tak airport) ("Proof of Concept Trials") At present, the office is working on the trial implementation of solutions for  Smart Waste Bin System  Kerbside Loading/Unloading Bay Monitoring System  Real Time Roadworks Information  Structural Integrity/Detection of Infrastructure  Sensing Infrastructure  Water Quality Alert System More information can be found here:

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2018/10/04/business-intelligence-on-the-chinese-greentech-market/

04/10/2018 www.fichier-pdf.fr