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While remaining committed to the production of one of humankind's most basic and staple products—cookware—Regal Ware has risen to the top of the industry.
They have both been instrumental in the development of radiocarbon dating methodology since 1959 and have published more than 100 papers. Tamers was a director for university radiocarbon dating labs for twenty years before he commercialized radiocarbon dating analysis as Beta Analytic chairman and lab director.
More than 30 years of continuous management and leader in its field Since 1979, Beta Analytic has been the world leader in Carbon-14 measurements, having reported thousands of dates since inception.
Environment Canada used the new technique for the first time to convict Toronto-based Five Star Auctions and Appraisals, and company director Chun Al Jin, in February, the department said in a news release this week.
The company and Jin were each hit with a penalty of $9,375, or a total of $18,750, and had to hand over two tusks to authorities.
Confiscated ivory tusks are displayed in Hong Kong in May 2014 before being destroyed.
A 2014 study found poachers killed about 100,000 African elephants for their ivory between 20.
Regal Ware’s highly skilled professionals are committed to creating world-class quality products including stainless steel cookware, multi-ply cookware, and gravity-cast aluminum cookware.
The impact that Regal Ware and its products have had worldwide is widely recognized; so much so that in November 2008 the Washington County Historical Society (Wisconsin) opened an entire museum solely dedicated to the history and products of Regal Ware and its acquired companies. The company remains committed to providing opportunities for all employees to develop their talent to the fullest.
Regal Ware’s first products were two stainless steel saucepans.