manufacturernoun

  • ja製造業者[会社]、メーカー
  • ena person, group, or company that manufactures

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So it just so happens I have a company called Hirebotics.
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And what does Hirebotics do?
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They have robots that they put on factory floors.
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How do they charge the manufacturer to put those robots on the floor?
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They charge them by the hour.
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It was lovely meeting both of you.
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Thank you.
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Thank you, Mr. Slovin.
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And may I say what a privilege it would be to work for the Phillip Morris Corporation,
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a company that has remained the largest cigarette manufacturer in the US since 1983,
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plus has increased its dividends 46 times in the last 44 years!
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You all tore this market up in the face of a world that was trying to tear you down.
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Now, see, that's the company for me.
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Yeah! Yeah!
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A lot of the small car innovations these days seem to be coming from luxury manufacturers, like BMW.
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This is the active tourer concept,
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a look at what a future BMW small hatchback could look like.
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Isn't it true that pretty much every auto manufacturer has announced
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serious electrification plans for the short- to medium-term future?
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Yeah. Yeah.
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I think almost every automaker has some electric vehicle program.
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They vary in seriousness.
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Some are very serious about transitioning entirely to electric,
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and some are just dabbling in it.
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Could you bring back that casserole dish I brought over when your mother died?
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Oh, my God. Of course.
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I am so embarrassed.
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We must not have known it was yours.
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It was my grandmother's.
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It had "Tilden" written on all 4 sides.
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We must have thought that was the manufacturer.
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I feel awful.
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If we would have known it was yours, we would have brought it back.
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I wrote your father 5 times.
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International business is actually an important part of American businesses being successful.
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Jennifer Rumsey is an executive at Cummins,
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a major manufacturer and employer in the state.
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About 70% of the product that we produce here gets exported.
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I am composing strongly worded letters about things I disapprove of,
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and I am using the internet to get addresses where I can send them.
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So far, I've written to a vegetable farm, several European ambassadors,
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a manufacturer of male cologne, and a nonfat frozen yogurt bar.
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Jim, I tell people, if it moves we paint it.
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If it doesn't move, we paint it.
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We're very strong all across China and all the manufacturers.
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Those small cars are part of our business, as well as the big cars.
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So we're somewhat agnostic in that regard.
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But overall, the China market we are very bullish on.