Fabricator

A company or person who assembles windows or doors
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Fabricator

A company that processes refined (cathodes, ingots, billet etc) or semi-fabricated (extrusions, sheet metal etc) metal to produce products for sale to end consumers.
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Fabricator

Fab'ri·ca`tor noun [ Latin ] One who fabricates; one who constructs or makes. « The fabricator of the works of Ossian.» Mason.
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Fabricator

• (n.) One who fabricates; one who constructs or makes.
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Fabricator

A company which transforms refined metal (and sometimes scrap as well) into semi-fabricated products (e.g. wire, cable, tubes, strip, rods) for sale to an end-consumer. More correctly referred to as a semi-fabricator.
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Fabricator

A company which transforms refined metal (and sometimes scrap as well) into semi-fabricated products (e.g. wire, cable, tubes, strip, rods) for sale to an end-consumer. More correctly referred to as a semi-fabricator.
Found on http://www.metalbulletin.com/Glossary.html

Fabricator

[intelligence] A fabricator is an intelligence agent or officer that generates disinformation, falsehoods or bogus information, often without access to authentic resources. Fabricators often provide forged documents in order to substantiate their falsehoods. It is normal intelligence practice to place identified fabricators on a black list ...
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