What were Columbia Forest Products Inc.'s sales in 1998?
Columbia Forest Products Inc. had estimated sales of $500 million in 1998
Columbia Forest Products Inc. had 3,500 employees in 1998
Roseburg Forest Products Co. had estimated sales of $758 million in 1998
Roseburg Forest Products Co. had 3,975 employees in 1998
The overall paper and forest products industry was on the upswing between spring 1997 and fall 1998.
In 1998 approximately 85 percent of sales came from chicken products
Capital Car Sale of Columbia offers cheap car rentals. The address is 2231 Decker Blvd, Columbia, South Carolina. Capital Car Sale was established in 1998 and has got positive reviews.
UCAR International Inc., with sales of $947 million, accounted for more than 50 percent of industry sales in 1998.
In 1998, Premark International Inc., located in Deer-field, Illinois, was the industry leader with sales of $2.73 billion and a work force of 19,300.
Wrigley's 1998 sales were $2 billion
Entenmann's reported 1998 sales of $113 million
Margarine sales were 1.3 billion pounds in 1998
4 albums 3 platinum albums and one on its way Studio albums 1996 Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite First studio album Released: February 27, 1996 Columbia Records 37 8 39 RIAA: 2× Platinum BPI: Gold U.S. Sales: 2 million 1998 Embrya Second studio album Released: June 23, 1998 Columbia Records 3 2 11 RIAA: Platinum U.S. Sales: 1 million 2001 Now Third studio album Released: August 14, 2001 Columbia Records 1 1 46 RIAA: Platinum U.S… Read More
Major transactions included a $6.5 billion merger between Jefferson Smurfit and Stone Container in 1998.
In 1998, McDonald's Corporation had sales of $12.4 billion
Sales in fiscal 1998 reached $7.36 billion
Wolverine Worldwide tallied $669.3 million in sales in 1998
TRICON Global Restaurants had sales of $8.4 billion in 1998
Ocean Spray posted sales of about $1.5 billion in fiscal 1998
United States Leather had 1998 sales of over $250 million
Of the companies whose primary products were in this classification, Dover Resources Inc. (a subsidiary of Dover Corp. based in Tulsa, Oklahoma) had 3,600 employees and estimated sales of $3.9 billion in 1998.
Columbia State University ended in 1998.
Columbia Independent School was created in 1998.
British Columbia Party was created in 1998.
It made $443.9 million in 1998
In 1998, Gold Kist Inc. had annual sales of $1.65 billion dollars
It made $137.8 million in 1998
It made $199.2 million in 1998
Ply Gem Industries Inc. had estimated sales of $790 million in 1998
The cast of Cry for the Forest - 1998 includes: Julia Butterfly Hill as herself
Terex generated sales of $1.2 billion in 1998
Among companies whose primary products fell within this classification, Hirsch International Corp. (Hauppauge, New York) was the largest with 365 employees and sales of $127 million in 1998.
Forest Lake College was created in 1998.
How We Quit the Forest was created on 1998-08-04.
Exports have played an increasingly important role in the FPI. In fact, according to Standard and Poor's, 65 percent of the industry's shipment growth between 1988 and 1998
It made $167.9 million in 1998
Ty reported 1998 estimated sales of $1 billion.
Columbia Sportswear Company (COLM) had its IPO in 1998.
Madagascar have tropical forests on it's eastern coast. Here is a Forest cover map (1998-1999): http://bioval.jrc.ec.europa.eu/products/veget_map_madagascar/madagascar.php From the global environment monitoring of the European commission.
Combined sales of baseball and softball equipment were $303.1 million in 1998.
The cast of Fountains of Columbia - 1998 includes: Sherry Dumos as Elizabeth Leary Rory McGreen as Mary Leary Richard Rohrbacher as Edgar Mills
reported that sales for 1999 totaled $80 million, down from $96.1 million in 1998.
What are the names of some of the successful companies in the totalizing fluid meters and counting devices industry?
include American Meter Co. (more than $100 million in sales), Badger Meter, Inc. ($143.8 million in 1998 sales), Daniel Industries, Inc. ($283.2 million in 1998 sales), Engineering Measurements ($9.7 million in 1999 sales),
The cast of Forest for the Trees - 1998 includes: Christine Armand as Casey Mandy Kriss as Marianne McAllister Madeline Mann as Lena
Kielder Forest Star Camp was created on 1998-10-01.
Economic conditions in Asia in 1997-1998 caused sales of diamonds to decline, which resulted in an oversupply.
export sales growth dropped from 29 percent in 1997 to 18 percent in 1998, while imports grew from 2 percent in 1997 to 11 percent in 1998.
Columbus McKinnon Corp. generated sales of $735.4 million in 1998
Manitowoc Company Inc. garnered 1998 sales of $694.8 million