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October 2005
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Reports on the Global Resource Initiative (GRI) introduced by Robinson Rubber Products to provide rubber components to its customers. Remarks from Kenn Nordstrom, vice-president of sales and marketing at Robinson, on the GRI; Qualification for partner companies in the GRI program.


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