mortality parts

mortality parts
тех. сменные изнашиваемые детали

parts scheduling — оперативное управление маршрутами деталей

parts attractable by magnet — детали, притягиваемые магнитом

central parts procurement — централизованная закупка деталей

illustrated parts list — иллюстрированный перечень деталей

parts produced report — сообщение об обработанных деталях


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