Recent Examples of subcontractor from the Web
The hundreds of workers are subcontractors from Flight Services & Systems and ReadyJet and include baggage handlers, wheelchair attendants, skycaps and cabin cleaners, according to the Boston Globe.
All told, Airbus has some 12,000 subcontractors in more than 40 countries from Finland to Sri Lanka.
Her subcontractors, Cooking With A Star LLC, and Breedlove Foods Inc., have threatened to sue her for breach of contract, Brown said.
The charges revolve around the belief by prosecutors that Jones funneled money to subcontractor Williams at GSI LLC, in order for that company to pay or provide benefits to Lewis or her family.
At the surge tank, Sam3 would be a subcontractor on a complex project that will involve extensive rigging and a giant movable tarp behind which the work will take place.
Specialty Metal Fabricators LLC was the first subcontractor to pull the trigger.
And Carillion could yet bring down thousands of subcontractors.
For the unfamiliar, a mechanics lien is the legal claim a subcontractor or supplier makes on a property that has been remodeled or improved to ensure they get paid.
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