put into service

put something into service

to begin to use something The boat was sold to a Danish firm and put into service as a ferry on the North Sea.
Usage notes: usually said about something that is provided regularly
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These establishments will be put into service soon as Daraa province is giving health sector a top priority, Al-Hannous added during a tour inspecting the situation of the services offered by the All Specialty Clinics (ASC) in Daraa city.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- Russia on Monday put into service its second Borei-class nuclear submarine, nearly one year after the first one came into use in January.
Two aircraft will be delivered within the next two months and will be placed in service in the fourth quarter of 2010; one aircraft will be delivered in November 2010 and one in January 2011, both of which will be put into service in the first half of 2011; and two aircraft will be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2011 and will be put in service in the first half of 2012.
Summary: structuring project of water transfer from Cheliff dam to Mostaganem, Arzew and Oran (MAO) is due to be put into service Wednesday under the supervision of Water Resources Minister Abdelmalek Sellal, the ministry indicated Monday in a release.
The ship has been put into service in the Pacific iron ore trade on an Australia to Asia route.
The lining reaches high compressive strength within an hour of casting, cures within a few hours after application without heat, and the refractory often can be put into service without bake-out.
City officials said the old bus, which had been in service for three years, will still be used as a backup for the new one, a vehicle the city put into service last month.
The first 33 bi-articulated buses were put into service in Curitiba in 1992.
In a report published earlier this year, Time magazine said the Air Force had received more than 50 reports of engine failures since the planes were put into service in 1994.
The two new 80-barrel fermentation tanks and the new 80-barrel conditioning, or "brite" tank, will be put into service this month, joining Butte Creek's other tanks -- "Chico," "Groucho," "Harpo," and "Zeppo" -- at the Chico, Calif.
Many of the new trains scheduled for delivery in the coming months were purchased three or more years ago, when it looked like they would be able to be put into service on newly completed tracks upon delivery.
Air Force and Army program, Joint STARS was initially put into service during Operation Desert Storm in 1991.
Another taxi is being put into service in the next few weeks.
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company has completed construction on and has put into service its South Texas Expansion Project.
The Left and Right powerhouses, with nine generator units each, were put into service between 1941 and 1950.