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التركية - الإنجليزية
(abbr. for Limitet) limited, limited-liability
Ltd Şti
(Ahlak Bilimi) LLC
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Long-Term Disability
Ltd is a written abbreviation for limited when it is used after the name of a company. Compare plc. the written abbreviation of limited , used in the names of companies or businesses Inc., plc plc. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Seagram Company Ltd. Anglo Persian Oil Co. Ltd. British American Tobacco Company Ltd. 1902-76
Limited Company A form of business comparable to incorporation Common to Canada and Great Britain
An abbreviation for Limited
abbr Local Test Desk
Long Term Disability Insurance [the SUS has an employee pay program]
Limited to any security or purpose
Laser Target Designator
Long Term Disability
Limited
Laser Target Designator, device used to direct air-launched laser-guided eapons onto a target
Ford first used "LTD" to name its high-line 1965 full-size car that was offered in 2- and 4-door hardtop models The type of car offered remained relatively the same through 1983; that year the LTD became a mid-size, 4- or 6-cylinder car, with the full-size version referred to as a LTD Crown Victoria This mid-size car was discontinued after 1986 The name LTD was last used in 1991 See also: Marquis
Limited liability company
Limited, restricted as to amount of liability (Business); incorporated
Ltd. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co
Major Japanese manufacturer of electric appliances and consumer electronics products. Founded in 1918 by Matsushita Konosuke (1894-1989) to produce electric lamp sockets and plugs, the company was incorporated in 1935. In the 1930s it manufactured a variety of electrical products, including radios and phonographs. In the 1950s it added television sets, tape recorders, and household appliances; a decade later it brought out microwave ovens, air conditioners, and videotape recorders. It markets products under such brand names as Panasonic, JVC, and Quasar. Matsushita is noted for its heavy investment in research and development. Its headquarters are in Kadoma, near saka; it has manufacturing and sales subsidiaries in many overseas markets
Ltd. Nissan Motor Co
Japanese automaker. Headquartered in Tokyo, Nissan manufactures cars, trucks, and commercial equipment. Formed from the merger of two smaller firms in 1925, it adopted its present name in 1934. In World War II the company produced military vehicles; seized by Allied forces in 1945, it did not return to full production until 1955. Nissan's sales grew rapidly after it entered the world market in the 1960s, and it established assembly plants in several countries, including Australia, Germany, Mexico, and the U.S. In 1999 the French automaker Renault bought a 37% stake in the company and later increased its share
ltd. company
limited company, commercial company whose assets are separate from the owners' assets, company with a predetermined degree of liability; incorporated
Pty Ltd
proprietary limited
Aderans Co.,Ltd.
{i} Japanese company headquartered in Tokyo (Japan), manufacturer of hair growth stimulation products, engaged in the sale of cosmetics and wigs and hair growth products, provider of hair-growth stimulation services and makeup and hair styling services for theaters etc
Aica Kogyo Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that manufactures laminated boards and sheeting and processed woods and electronics
Ariake Japan Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founed in 1966 with headquarters in Tokyo (Japan), company engaged in the manufacture and sale of natural seasonings, engaged in the production and sale and export and import of agricultural and livestock products
Armament Development Authority Ltd.
Israeli government funded company which develops weapons capabilities
Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese manufacturer of glass
Babylon Ltd.
{i} single-click dictionary and translator, a leading provider of single-click information access translation and conversion software
Bandai Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1950 that manufactures toys and games (maker of the Tamagotchi)
Bandai Visual Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1983 headquartered in Tokyo (Japan), manufacturer and seller (and distributor) of visual programs and software packages ((DVD, video cassettes, etc.), provider of a variety of visual content services
British-American Tobacco Company Ltd
formerly British-American Tobacco Company Ltd. (1902-76) and B.A.T Industries PLC (1976-98) British conglomerate that is one of the world's largest manufacturers of tobacco products. The company's international headquarters are in London, while its chief American subsidiary, Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation, is headquartered in Louisville, Ky. Its acquisitions have included the American Tobacco Company (1994), which represents such cigarette brands as Pall Mall and Lucky Strike; Rothmans International (1999), known for its Dunhill and Rothmans brands; and Canada's largest cigarette company, Imperial Tobacco (2000)
British-American Tobacco Company Ltd. 1902-76
formerly British-American Tobacco Company Ltd. (1902-76) and B.A.T Industries PLC (1976-98) British conglomerate that is one of the world's largest manufacturers of tobacco products. The company's international headquarters are in London, while its chief American subsidiary, Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation, is headquartered in Louisville, Ky. Its acquisitions have included the American Tobacco Company (1994), which represents such cigarette brands as Pall Mall and Lucky Strike; Rothmans International (1999), known for its Dunhill and Rothmans brands; and Canada's largest cigarette company, Imperial Tobacco (2000)
Brother Industries, Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1934, manufacturer of office equipment (fax machines, inkjet and laser printers, digital copiers, etc.), supplier of consumer and industrial sewing machines
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd
Privately owned company that operates one of Canada's two transcontinental railroad systems. The company was created in 1881 to complete a railroad from Montreal to Port Moody in British Columbia. Its passenger services were taken over by VIA Rail Canada in 1978. After its former parent company, Canadian Pacific Ltd., reorganized in 2001, CPR became a publicly owned operator of freight rail lines across Canada and in parts of the U.S
Casio Computer Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanes company founded in 1946 and headquartered in Tokyo (Japan), manufacturer of electronic devices (electric calculators, cell phones, digital cameras, etc.)
Central Japan International Airport Co.,Ltd.
{i} one of the Japanese companies that establishes and manages international airports in Japan
Citizen Watch Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company headquartered in Tokyo (Japan), manufacturer of watches and clocks (known for its public clocks in major cities worldwide), one of the leading watch manufacturing companies worldwide
Cybernet Systems Co. Ltd.
{i} Japanese company headquartered in Tokyo, provider of a variety of CAE and network related software
Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese printing company (based in Tokyo, Japan) which has become one of the top commercial printing companies in the world (produces promotional materials, books, magazines, direct mail, business forms, CD-ROMs, catalogs and more)
Daikin Industries, Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1924 with headquarters in Osaka (Japan), manufacturer of air conditioning systems for commercial and industrial use
Daiseki Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that provides industrial waste treatment services (engaged also in recycling), producer of petroleum products
Daito Trust Construction Co., Ltd.
{i} large Japanese construction company that builds residential and commercial properties
Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1955 engaged in the construction of houses, manufacturer and seller/distributer of construction materials
Eisai Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that manufactures and markets pharmaceutical over the counter drugs, manufacturer and marketer of pharmaceuticals production systems and equipment
F.C.C. Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1939, manufacturer of clutch systems and facings (for automobiles and motorcycles and engines for brand names such as: Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha), manufacturer of specialized tools, engaged in the molding and machining of plastics
FamilyMart Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that operates a chain of convenience stores (using the name "FamilyMart" and a franchise system)
Fanuc Ltd.
{i} most diversified manufacturer of FA (Factory Automation) and robots based in Japan
Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese corporation headquartered in Yamaguchi (Japan), manufacturer and operator of a chain of stores specializing in in-house brand casual clothing (for children, women and men), operates stores under the name "Uniqlo
Formula Vision Technologies Ltd.
{i} managing holding and investment company for Israeli companies who develop and promote proprietary IT solutions to international markets, member of the Formula Group (Nasdaq: FORTY)
More: www.formulavision.com
Fuji Electronics Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1970 engaged in the sale and export and import of Japanese and foreign-made semiconductors and others (microcomputers, ICs and related accessories)
Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1917, manufacturer of automobiles and garbage trucks and aircraft components (best known as the maker of Subaru cars)
Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd.
{i} Fuji film, internationally acclaimed Japanese company that manufactures film and cameras and related accessories ( imaging, computer products and more)
Funai Electric Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company developer and manufacturer of DVD and other audio-visual equipment and computer accessories (especially printers)
Glory Ltd.
{i} Japanese company manufacturer of money handling machines and coin-counting machine
Gold Crest Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company engaged in trading and brokerage of real estate
Gulliver International Co., Ltd.
{i} Japan's largest used car dealer that developed a unique business model that holds cars for only a week before selling them through auctions or through its "Dolphinet" website (as opposed to customary showrooms) 3. Other businesses related to car trade
Hitachi, Ltd.
{i} Japanese corporation founded in 1910 headquartered in Tokyo, manufacturer of a wide variety of products (including consumer electronics, industrial systems and supplies, PCs, electronic appliances, electrical components, etc.)
Hogy Medical Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1961 based in Tokyo, manufacturer and supplier of medical equipment and products (such as surgical and sterilization products and more)
Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese automobile maker company headquartered in Tokyo (Japan), maker of trucks and motorcycles
IXI Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company headquartered in Osaka (Japan), provider of information technology services (sale and installation of computer equipment, communication information systems, graphic design and software development)
Ito En, Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that produces and markets coffee and a variety of green and black teas (also produces and markets vegetable and fruit juices)
Ito Yokado Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that operates a large supermarket chain and more than 10,350 "7-Eleven" stores in Japan (also operates department stores, restaurants, specialty stores and more)
Japan Cash Machine Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company headquartered in Osaka (Japan), manufacturer of money processing terminals and equipment
Japan General Estate Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese real estate company engaged in the sale of houses and other real estate
Japan Pure Chemical Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that develops and supplies chemical formulations for noble metal plating
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd.
{i} "K" Line, large Japanese marine transportation company that carries freight (cars, coal, lumber, grain, iron ore, crude oil, liquefied natural gas, etc.) and operates a fleet of about 340 vessels
Kobe Steel, Ltd.
{i} Japanes company that manufactures wires and rods, manufacturer and supplier of aluminum copper and titanium products
Koei Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1978 (based in Yokohama City, Japan) that develops and publishes PC games and home video games
Komatsu Ltd.
{i} Japanese company maker of building and mining equipment and machinery (bulldozers, dump trucks, front shovels, etc.)
Mabuchi Motor Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company which is the world's largest manufacturers of small electric motors
Maruichi Steel Tube Ltd.
{i} Japanese manufacturer of steel tubes
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese corporation headquartered in Osaka, manufacturer of a wide variety of electronic equipment (producer of the brand names "Panasonic", "National", "JVC" and others)
Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1918, manufacturer of many other products (home appliances, electrical construction products, building products, automation controls, electronic materials, etc.)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
{i} Japanese company based in Tokyo (Japan) that manufactures machinery and equipment (forklifts, air conditioners, etc.), builder of water and waste treatment plants and steel factories, maker of aircrafts and missiles, builder of cruise ships and freighters (tankers) and offshore marine structures
Mitsui & Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese general trading company based in Tokyo
Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.
{i} Japan's leading real estate company
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.
{i} Japanese company which is one of largest marine transportation companies in the world (operating a fleet of almost 600 vessels)
NEC System Technologies, Ltd.
{i} Japanese system technology innovator
Nihon Trim Co.,Ltd.
{i} Japanese manufacturer of ionized alkaline water purifiers
Nintendo Co.,Ltd.
{i} Japanese company developer and manufacturer of computer and video games
Nippon Express Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1872 based in Tokyo, one of Japan's largest freight transportation companies
Nippon Kanzai Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that provides building management and maintenance services (including security and cleaning)
Nippon Kanzai Co.,Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that provides building management and maintenance services (including security and cleaning)
Nishimatsuya Chain Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company retailer of children's clothing and baby nursing sundry goods (furniture, bedding, accessories, toys, gifts and maternity clothing)
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
{i} internationally acclaimed automobile company based in Japan
Nissin Food Products Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1948, producer of instant noodles and a large variety of other food products
Nissin Kogyo Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1959, manufacturer and marketer of braking systems
Nitori Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese chain of furniture shops
Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.
{i} Japanese independent profit-making institute founded in 1965, institute that carries out researches and analyses in various fields (economy, finance, industry, communities, society and lifestyle)
Noritsu Koki Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese companay that manufactures and markets photofinishing equipment and high-speed mini photo processing lab systems
OBIC Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company provider of integrated solution services
Oji Paper Co., Ltd.
{i} large Japanese company founded in 1873 and established in 1949, paper mill company (writing and related papers, corrugated board, packaging and wrapping papers, cardboard, etc.), producer of household products
Onward Kashiyama Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1947 based in Tokyo, Manufacturer and seller of womens' clothes and ready-made suits for men
Oriental Land Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that operate leisure centres and theme parks (such as Tokyo Disneyland) and commercial facilities, manager of restaurants and monorails
Osaka Gas Co. ,Ltd.
{i} second largest gas supplier of Japan (supplying to Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe)
PLENUS Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that operates takeaway meals franchise shops and restaurants
Paramount Bed Co. Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1947, manufacturer of hospital beds and home care beds
Ricoh Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1936 (under the name Riken Kankoshi Co.") that produces and markets office equipment (copiers, printers, information equipment, cameras, optical devices, electronic equipment)
Sankyo Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese pharmaceutical Company
Santen Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
Japanese pharmaceutical company founded in Osaka in 1890, maker of medication for treatment for eye and rheumatic diseases, producer of prescription and over the counter products
Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1947 and incorporated in 1950 having its head office in Osaka, manufacturer of a wide range of electronic products (televisions, video equipment, audio equipment, home appliances, consumer and commercial electronics, etc.)
Seagram Company Ltd
Formerly the world's largest producer and marketer of distilled spirits. The company began when Distillers Corp., Ltd., a Montreal distillery owned by Samuel Bronfman, acquired Joseph E. Seagram & Sons in 1928. The new company, Distillers Corp.-Seagrams Ltd., grew rapidly. Originally a maker of blended whiskies, the firm diversified in the 1950s and '60s into scotch, bourbon, rum, vodka, gin, and wines, which were sold around the world. In the 1990s it entered the field of music and entertainment, purchasing Universal Studios, media firm MCA, and the Dutch music giant Polygram NV. The company was acquired by French media conglomerate Vivendi in 2000 to form Vivendi Universal. The beverage businesses were later sold to Diageo and Pernod Ricard. See also Seagram Building
Secom Co., Ltd.
Japanese company provider of a variety of security services and products (security guards, cash transport, security sensors and other equipment)
Secom Techno Service Co., Ltd.
Japanese company engaged in the installation of security systems and construction and facility works
Sekisui House, Ltd.
{i} Japanese company engaged in the construction and sale of houses, Japanese home builder
Seven-Eleven Japan Co.,Ltd.
{i} Japanese lartgest chain of convenience store (of the 7-Eleven international conglomerate)
Shima Seiki Mfg., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1962, manufacturer and marketer of CAD and CAM flat knitting and glove knitting machines
Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese chemical company based in Tokyo which was established in 1926 (world's largest supplier of semiconductor materials, semiconductor silicon, synthetic quartz glass and PVC)
Shiseido Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1872 and opened as the first private western style pharmacy in Japan, worldwide manufacturer of cosmetics
Square Enix Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company (based in Tokyo) developer and distributer of video games and entertainment contents (including interactive entertainment software and publications)
Stanley Electric Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1920 headquartered in Tokyo (Japan), manufacturer of electronic components and automotive equipment and car accessories
Sugi Pharmacy Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that operates drug stores chain (mainly in Aichi prefecture), distrbutor of many other products (health-care and baby-care products, cosmetics, pet goods, foods, liquor, etc.)
Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese leading chemical company, company engaged in teh manufacturing and sale of pharmaceuticals and medical equipment
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.
{i} Japanese producer of wire and cables
Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd.
{i} Japanese company producer of seamless pipe ands steel sheet, producer of steel construction materials and industrial components
Suruga Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company of sundry goods, manufacturer and seller of housewares and gifts
Suzuken Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1946 based in Aichi(Japan), manufacturer and wholesaler of pharmaceuticals and supplier of medical equipment
THK CO., LTD.
{i} Japanese company headquartered in Tokyo (Japan), manufacturer engaged in the production and sale of general machinery and linear motion systems
Tachihi Enterprise Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1924 based in Tokyo, company engaged in the leasing of real estate (land and buildings)
Tanabe Seiyaku Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese pharmaceutical company headquartered in Osaka (Japan), manufacturer and distributer of pharmaceuticals
Tecmo, Ltd.
{i} Japanese developer and manufacturer of computer and video games
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.
{i} universal pharmaceutical company that produces and distributes pharmaceutical products having its headquarters in Israel
Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.
{i} Japan's major gas company
Tokyo Steel Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that manufactures and sells steel products
Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company manufacturer of auto components, maker of light emitting diodes and plastic cases for cellular telephones
USS Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company which is engaged in the management of used cars auction sites
United Arrows Ltd.
{i} Japanese retailer of men's and women's apparel and accessories, wholesaler of men's wear and casual wear
Yakult Honsha Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1935, manufacturer of fermented lactic products and drinks and cosmetics
Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1955, manufacturer and seller of motorcycles and other motorized vehicles (scooters, boats, sail boats, pools, utility boats, fishing boats, ATV's, speed boats, diesel engines, etc.)
Yamato Kogyo Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that manufactures steel products and railway track materials
Yamato Transport Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company engaged in domestice and international door-to-door parcel delivery business, domestic and international moving company
York-Benimaru Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese supermarket chain in Tohoku region in Japan
Yushin Precision Equipment Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company that develops and manufactures and markets robots and automation equipment
ZEPHYR Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company engaged in the trading and brokerage of real estate
الإنجليزية - التركية
(Askeri) lazer hedef işaretleyici (laser target designator)
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LTD/R
(Askeri) lazer hedef bildirici/mesafe tayin edici (laser target designator/ranger)
nishimatsuya chain co., ltd.
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