AskDefine | Define skyjack

Dictionary Definition

skyjack v : subject an aircraft to air piracy; "the plane was skyjacked to Uzbekistan"

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English

Verb

  1. To steal or commandeer (hijack) an airplane by threat of violence to the passengers.

Extensive Definition

Based in Guelph, Ontario, Linamar Corporation () is Canada's second largest automobile parts manufacturer after Magna International. Linamar manufactures and supplies automotive and industrial markets across the globe with numerous manufacturing centres across North America, Europe, and Asia.
The company was founded in 1966 by Frank Hasenfratz as Linamar Machine Limited in Ariss, Ontario.

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Corporate Office 287 Speedvale Avenue West Guelph, Ontario, N1H 1C5 T: (519)836-7550 F: (519)824-8479

Guelph, Ontario

  • Ariss Manufacturing
  • Autocom Manufacturing
  • Camcor Manufacturing
  • Camtac Mfg.
  • Cemtol Mfg.
  • Comtech Mfg.
  • Corvex Mfg.
  • Camcor Mfg.
  • Eston Manufacturing
  • Hastech Mfg.
  • Linamar Consumer Products
  • Linamar Transportation Inc.
  • Linamar Performance Centre (LPC)
  • Linex Manufacturing
  • Lintool Mfg.
  • LPP Manufacturing Inc.
  • Quadrad Manufacturing
  • Roctel Manufacturing
  • Spinic Manufacturing
  • Transgear Manufacturing
  • Traxle Mfg.
  • Tri-City Heat Treat
  • Exkor Standard Induction Castings
  • Invar Manufacturing
  • Skyjack Mfg.

Kentucky

  • Eagle Manufacturing CO. L.L.C.

Michigan

  • Linamar Sales Corp.
  • Linamar U.S.A. INC.
  • McLaren Performance Technologies INC.

Oroshaza

  • Linamar Products Division (LPD)
  • Precision Part Manufacturing (PPM)
  • OROS Division (OROS)
  • Engicom
  • Industrias de Linamar S.A. de C.V.
  • Linamar Automotive Systems Korea Ltd.
  • Linamar Automotive Systems (WUXI) Co. Ltd.
  • Linamar Asia-Pacific Group (China) Sales Office
  • Linamar Japan Sales Office
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