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AIMPOINT AB
PAPER
CRANES
INVESTOR AB
COFFEE
SAAB
IKEA
SANDVIK
HOLMEN
KOENIGSEGG
SCANIA AB
SWEDISH MATCH
TETRA PAK
VOLVO CARS
AGAMA TECHNOLOGIES
AGREEMENT
AHLGRENS
AINAX
AIRLINES SWEDEN
AKZO NOBEL
ALFA LAVAL
ARLA FOODS
ASEA BROWN BOVERI
ASSA ABLOY
ASTRAZENECA
ATLAS COPCO
AUTOLIV
AXEL JOHNSON AB
AXEL JOHNSON GROUP
AXFOOD
BAD TASTE RECORDS
BANKS OF SWEDEN
BIACORE
BOARD
BOLIDEN
BRIO
BURE EQUITY
C MORE ENTERTAINMENT
CAMERAS
CHANNEL
CHANNELS
COMPANIES OF SWEDEN
CRANE
CRAWLER
DEFUNCT
EDGEWALL
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Aimpoint Ab

  1. Aimpoint AB is a Swedish optics company manufacturing red dot sights for civilian, police and military use.
  2. Aimpoint AB is a supplier of Electro-optical Sighting Systems including passive red dot collimator sight, laser device and mounts.
  3. Aimpoint AB is the current marked leader in electro-optical sighting systems for firearms.
  4. Aimpoint AB is the inventor of the red dot sighting technology. (Web site)
  5. Aimpoint AB was awarded the first multi-year contract ever for a red dot sighting system by the US Army in 1997.

Paper

  1. The paper was established in 1897 and published until 1904, then revived in 1978. (Web site)
  2. The paper was launched in London in 1999, and can now be found in 14 UK urban centres. (Web site)
  3. The paper was manufactured by hand for some years in the middle of the 17th century.

Cranes

  1. Cranes are also distinguished from conveyors, that lift and move bulk materials, such as grain and coal, in a continuous process. (Web site)
  2. Cranes are distinguished from hoists, which can lift objects but that cannot move them sideways. (Web site)
  3. Cranes are very important machineries used to lift heavy loads of different materials.

Investor Ab

  1. Investor AB is a Swedish diversified industrial holding company. (Web site)
  2. Investor AB is a Sweden-based industrial holding company. (Web site)
  3. Investor AB is a Swedish investment company, founded in 1916 and still controlled by the Wallenberg family. (Web site)
  4. Investor AB is a lead shareholder in a number of Sweden's largest, most internationally active companies. (Web site)
  5. Investor AB is a long-term active shareholder in a number of global companies, such as Ericsson and AstraZeneca. (Web site)

Coffee

  1. Coffee is the most favored hot drink of the people all over the world.
  2. Coffee is the only beverage that has finer aspects of preparation right from the plucking of the fruits from the coffee plant to brewing it.

Saab

  1. SAAB is an aviation and defense company based in Sweden and founded in 1937. (Web site)
  2. Saab is a Swedish car and airplane maker, found in Trollh--ttan, Sweden in 1937. (Web site)
  3. Saab is a publicly listed company with a turnover of EUR 1, 8 billion, the number of employees amounted to 14 000 in 2002. (Web site)
  4. Saab is an aircraft and automobile concern based in Sweden, founded 1937 in Link--ping.
  5. Saab is an aviation and defence concern based in Sweden, founded 1937 in Link--ping. (Web site)

Ikea

  1. IKEA is a international wholesaler of home products founded in 1943 by Ingvar Kamprad in Sweden. (Web site)
  2. IKEA is a Sweden Swedish home furniture furnishings retailer.
  3. IKEA is a Swedish home furnishings retailer. (Web site)
  4. IKEA is a company operating on an international scale. (Web site)
  5. IKEA is a home furnishing company present in Sweden and worldwide. (Web site)

Sandvik

  1. Sandvik is a Swedish company founded in 1862 by G--ran Fredrik G--ransson in Sandviken.
  2. Sandvik is a global industrial group with advanced products and world-leading positions in selected areas.
  3. Sandvik is a high-technology engineering Group with advanced. (Web site)
  4. Sandvik is a high-technology engineering group with operations in 130 countries, 37,000 employees and annual sales of approximately SEK 50 billion.
  5. Sandvik is a high-technology engineering group, with advanced products and world-leading positions in selected niches. (Web site)

Holmen

  1. Holmen is a Swedish company which bases its business in the pulp and paper industry.
  2. Holmen is a forest products group manufacturing printing paper, paperboard and sawn timber.
  3. Holmen is a forest products industry group with the capacity to produce 2.3 million tonnes of paper and paperboard per year. (Web site)
  4. Holmen is a member of the Division 1 field in the three-division format.
  5. Holmen is a public company whose shares are listed on OMX Nordic Exchange Stockholm, Large Cap.

Koenigsegg

  1. Koenigsegg is a Swedish manufacturer of high-performance cars based initially in Olofstr-m, later moving to -ngelholm.
  2. Koenigsegg is a Swedish manufacturer of high-performance cars.
  3. Koenigsegg is a Swedish manufacturer of very high-performance supercars.
  4. Koenigsegg is a new, almost in production super sports automobile from Sweden.
  5. Koenigsegg is a very good manufacturer of cars.

Scania Ab

  1. Scania AB is a Sweden-based manufacturer of heavy trucks and buses, as well as industrial and marine engines.
  2. Scania AB is a European manufacturer of heavy trucks ( British English: lorries), buses, and diesel engines, based in S--dert--lje, Sweden.
  3. Scania AB is a Sweden-based manufacturer of heavy trucks and buses.
  4. Scania AB is a Swedish truck manufacturer.
  5. Scania AB is a leading European manufacturer of heavy truck s ( British English: lorries), bus es, and diesel engine s, based in S--dert--lje, Sweden.

Swedish Match

  1. Swedish Match is a Swedish company based in Stockholm that makes tobacco products and matches.
  2. Swedish Match is a global Group with a broad offering of market-leading brands in smokefree tobacco products, cigars, pipe tobacco and lights products.
  3. Swedish Match is a market leader in a number of markets for matches.
  4. Swedish Match is a market leader in many markets for matches.
  5. Swedish Match is a market leader in snuff in Sweden and Norway.

Tetra Pak

  1. Tetra Pak is a leader in providing preferred solutions for food processing and packaging to food manufacturers.
  2. Tetra Pak is a Swedish food packaging company. (Web site)
  3. Tetra Pak is a Swedish industrial company.
  4. Tetra Pak is a brand with a rich heritage and an exciting future.
  5. Tetra Pak is a company, not a package.

Volvo Cars

  1. Volvo Cars is a Swedish automobile maker founded in 1927 in the city of Gothenburg in Sweden by Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larson. (Web site)
  2. Volvo Cars is a car company and we want our staff to be able to drive a Volvo.
  3. Volvo Cars is a division of the Swedish automobile maker Volvo. (Web site)
  4. Volvo Cars is a premium automotive brand and has both a strong product program and above industry-average profitability.
  5. Volvo Cars is a subsidiary of Ford.

Agama Technologies

  1. Agama Technologies AB is based in Link-ping, Sweden and is privately held by the founders.
  2. Agama Technologies offers end-to-end monitoring solutions for the TV over IP market. (Web site)
  3. For information about Agama Technologies and our products and services please contact us using one of the methods below. (Web site)

Agreement

  1. An agreement was reached during the year pertaining to the sale of shareholdings in Spar Finland.
  2. An agreement was reached with Austria Tabak on the continued distribution of cigarettes in the Swedish market. (Web site)
  3. The agreement is for three years, with two one-year extension options.
  4. The agreement is to extend for 5 years, at a value of about SEK 30 million, covering the services IP VPN and Internet Access.
  5. The agreement was completed with an effective date of March 1, 2007.

Ahlgrens

  1. Ahlgrens is a former Sweden confectionery company.
  2. Ahlgrens is a former Swedish confectionery company. (Web site)

Ainax

  1. Ainax is a listed holding company that owns shares in the Swedish truck maker Scania.
  2. Ainax is a phonetic anagram of Scania (Ainacs). (Web site)
  3. Ainax is a temporary sollution in the long term ownership structure of Scania.
  4. Ainax is a temporary solution in the long term ownership structure of Scania.
  5. Ainax was a listed holding company that owned shares in the Swedish truck maker Scania. (Web site)

Airlines Sweden

  1. Scandinavian Airlines Sweden opens a new route between Stockholm and Bergen on June 25. (Web site)
  2. Wanting car rentals with Iberia Airlines Sweden car hire deals and big discounts.
  3. Scandinavian Airlines Sweden, part of SAS AB, cancelled 300 flights, affecting 20,000 passengers, and said it would cancel up to 150 on Saturday.

Akzo Nobel

  1. Akzo Nobel is a Fortune Global 500 company and is listed on Euronext Amsterdam.
  2. Akzo Nobel is a Fortune Global 500 company and is listed on both the Euronext Amsterdam and NASDAQ stock exchanges.
  3. Akzo Nobel is a Global Fortune 500 company and is listed on both the Euronext Amsterdam and NASDAQ stock exchanges. (Web site)
  4. Akzo Nobel is a diversified multicultural group of companies with activities in pharma, coatings, and chemicals.
  5. Akzo Nobel is a diversified multinational group of companies with activities in pharma, coatings, and chemicals.

Alfa Laval

  1. Alfa Laval is a Swedish company by origin and was founded in 1883.
  2. Alfa Laval is a fount of valves -- and other industrial processing equipment. (Web site)
  3. Alfa Laval is a global market leader with its three key technologies - Centrifugal Separation, Heat Transfer and Fluid Handling.
  4. Alfa Laval is a global provider of specialized products and engineered solutions. (Web site)
  5. Alfa Laval is a leading global provider of specialised products and engineering solutions. (Web site)

Arla Foods

  1. Arla Foods is a co- operative owned by approx.
  2. Arla Foods is a co-operative owned by approximately 10,600 milk producers in Denmark and Sweden. (Web site)
  3. Arla Foods is a cooperative based in --rhus Denmark and the largest producer of dairy products in Scandinavia.
  4. Arla Foods is a cooperative dairy company owned by the milk producers in Denmark and Sweden. (Web site)
  5. Arla Foods is a cooperative owned by approximately 10,600 milk producers in Denmark and Sweden.

Asea Brown Boveri

  1. Asea Brown Boveri is a multinational firm based in Zurich, Switzerland.

Assa Abloy

  1. ASSA ABLOY is a publicly listed Swedish company traded on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.
  2. ASSA ABLOY is a successful global group with subsidiaries on every continent.
  3. ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience.
  4. Assa Abloy is a capital goods industry company based in Sweden.

Astrazeneca

  1. AstraZeneca is also a leading producer of breast cancer treatment drugs like Tamoxifen, Arimidex and Faslodex. (Web site)
  2. AstraZeneca is one of 18 accredited companies and received its initial accreditation in 2006. (Web site)
  3. AstraZeneca was one of 1,500 companies invited to participate in the selection process this year. (Web site)
  4. AstraZeneca was one of four pharmaceutical companies to make the latest list. (Web site)

Atlas Copco

  1. Atlas Copco is a Swedish industrial company that was founded in 1873.
  2. Atlas Copco is a global industrial group headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
  3. Atlas Copco is a gobal provider of industrial productivity solutions. (Web site)
  4. Atlas Copco is a learning environment.
  5. Atlas Copco is a registered trademark of Atlas Copco AB. All rights reserved.

Autoliv

  1. Autoliv is a M3 power user throughout the UK and Europe.
  2. Autoliv is a Swedish company in automotive safety based in V--rg--rda Municipality.
  3. Autoliv is a global leader in automotive safety electronics and the largest producer of airbag control units.
  4. Autoliv is a supplier to almost every car manufacturer in the world.
  5. Autoliv is the only automotive safety supplier with this new so called “pitching technology”.

Axel Johnson Ab

  1. Axel Johnson AB is a Swedish food importer and retailer, and part of the Axel Johnson Group, with a history going back to 1873. (Web site)
  2. Axel Johnson AB is one of three separate and financially independent companies in The Axel Johnson Group, along with Axel Johnson Inc.
  3. Axel Johnson AB is one of three separate groups in the Axel Johnson Group, together with AxFast and the US company Axel Johnson Inc. (Web site)
  4. Axel Johnson AB is the principal owner with approximately 46% of the shares. (Web site)
  5. Axel Johnson AB is the principal owner.

Axel Johnson Group

  1. The Axel Johnson Group is a Swedish fourth-generation family-owned company.
  2. The Axel Johnson Group is a fourth-generation, family-owned company, originating in the A. Johnson & Co.
  3. The Axel Johnson Group is a fourth-generation, family-owned company, originating in the A. Johnson & Co. (Web site)

Axfood

  1. Axfood is the challenger in Nordic retail.

Bad Taste Records

  1. Bad Taste Records is a punk rock record label based in Lund, Sweden, not to be confused with the record label Bad Taste in Iceland.
  2. Bad Taste Records is a punk rock record label based in Lund, Sweden, not to be confused withthe record label Bad Taste in Iceland.

Banks of Sweden

  1. Category:Banks of Sweden Articles in category "Banks of Sweden" There are 12 articles in this category.
  2. The central banks of Sweden and Japan said they, too, were watching developments and would act as necessary. (Web site)

Biacore

  1. BIAcore was launched in the fall of 1990.
  2. Biacore is a global supplier of analytical systems that improve the productivity of research and development in the life science and pharmaceutical markets.
  3. Biacore is a leading provider of life science tools for protein research.
  4. Biacore is a life science products company, based in Sweden specializing in measuring protein-protein interaction and binding affinity. (Web site)
  5. Biacore is a trademark of Biacore AB.

Board

  1. The Board was also mandated to make decisions to use shares bought back as payment for acquisitions or to finance such an acquisition.
  2. The Board was authorised to decide on the timing and specific terms for such an offer.

Boliden

  1. Boliden is a huge mining company. (Web site)
  2. Boliden is a leading European metals company whose core competence is in the fields of exploration, mining, smelting and recycling.
  3. Boliden is a leading European metals company. (Web site)
  4. Boliden is a metal-producing company with international operations. (Web site)
  5. Boliden is a small community within Skellefteå Municipality in Sweden.

Brio

  1. BRIO is a Swedish company that designs and sells toys, prams and children's furniture. (Web site)
  2. BRIO is a leading manufacturer of wooden toys, which is why it is exciting for us to strengthen our portfolio with a European license agreement with Disney. (Web site)
  3. BRIO is a toy company founded in Sweden.
  4. BRIO is a wooden toy company founded in Sweden. (Web site)
  5. Brio is a talking horse of Narnia in the German translation of the book The Horse And His Boy from C.S.Lewis. (Web site)

Bure Equity

  1. Bure Equity is a Swedish investment company.

C More Entertainment

  1. The main competitors of C More Entertainment in the Nordic countries are TV1000 and Viasat Sport, both of which belong to Modern Times Group.
  2. The premium pay-TV concept used by C More Entertainment is based on exclusive broadcasting rights on sports, movies and TV-series.
  3. C More Entertainment has its origins in the Filmnet channel that started in 1985.

Cameras

  1. The cameras are also able to monitor the driver-s eye-ball and head movement.
  2. The cameras are mounted near the ceiling facing straight down for best performance.
  3. The cameras are still widely used for some forms of professional photography, particularly studio work.

Channel

  1. The channel is known as SVT Europa since 1997 when it started broadcasting to all of Europe through satellite.
  2. The channel was launched as TV4 Film in April 2004, the first movie shown was Top Gun.

Channels

  1. The channels are also available on satellite from Canal Digital and Viasat, and on cable TV from com hem and UPC.
  2. The channels are also avalible on satellite from Canal Digital and Viasat, and on cable tv from com hem and UPC .
  3. The channels are supplied through the ordinary telephone jack to a broadband modem for digital television. (Web site)

Companies of Sweden

  1. Skanska Swedish aircraft manufacturers V Volvo Articles in category "Companies of Sweden" There are 73 articles in this category.
  2. Categories 1873 establishments Defence companies of Sweden Defunct companies of Sweden This article has been viewed 23 times.

Crane

  1. A crane is a machine that is capable of raising and lowering heavy objects and moving them horizontally. (Web site)
  2. The crane was a landmark of Malm-- from its time of construction until its dismantling to be shipped to Ulsan in South Korea in summer 2002. (Web site)
  3. The crane was sold the first time in the early 1990s to the Danish company Burmeister & Wain, but the company went bankrupt shortly thereafter. (Web site)
  4. The crane was sold the first time in the early 1990s to the Danish company Burmeister & Wain, but the company went bankrupt shortly thereafter. (Web site)
  5. The crane was taken apart by a Brit firm.

Crawler

  1. A crawler is a crane mounted on an undercarriage with a set of tracks (also called crawlers)that provide for the stability and mobility of the crane. (Web site)
  2. A crawler is a crane mounted on an undercarriage with a set of tracks that provide for the stability and mobility of the crane.

Defunct

  1. Defunct is a 42 foot-tall sculpture of a lone tree which appears to be under attack from the shelf-fungus growing on it---s trunk.
  2. Defunct is a 42-feet-tall stainless steel sculpture of a dead or dying tree infiltrated with fungus.

Edgewall

  1. Edgewall is a highly experienced team of software developers specializing in emerging internet and web technologies. (Web site)

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