The indexes below may help you locate some of this elusive material about ancestors or relatives.The biographical sketches may be long or just a few lines; those having an accompanying photograph of the individual are marked with an ‘I’ in the Image column.It has most of the archipelago as its hinterland and a history that goes back to the 13th century, its name coming from the castle (borg) located at the point where porpoises (marsvin) used to pass between Tåsinge and Fyn.
The world's largest blade manufacturer said it will pocket EUR 80.1 million once the acquisition has been completed next year, well below the EUR 460 million paid for the firm in 2008.The world's leading producer of brakes for wind turbines, Denmark's Svendborg Brakes, has been sold for the highest price yet fetched by a Danish wind company.British investment fund manager Doughty Hanson & Co paid the two founders, Erik Skjaerbaek and Jan Struwe, EUR 460 million, considerably more than the EUR 323 million it shelled out for blade manufacturer LM Glasfiber in 2001, a company it still owns after a failed stock market listing a year after the purchase.If you see a comment you find offensive, you can flag it as inappropriate.In the top right-hand corner of an individual comment, you will see 'flag as inappropriate'. For further information see our rules for commenting on articles.
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Commenting on why the company chose to sell the company, LM CEO Leo Schot said: "LM Wind Power will renew its focus on the wind industry. to secure its part in the rapidly growing offshore wind market." Svendborg is expected to generate revenue of about EUR 62 million euros in 2013.Altra said it will finance the deal through a combination of cash and additional borrowings.Be aware that many Danish immigrants Americanized their names, and consequently their original names in Denmark may have been different.One must have some idea of what the original names were before searching in Danish records.In the wind industry, it supplies brakes to several of the largest turbine suppliers in Europe, the US and Asia, where it started production in China last year.
Svendborg Brakes, in its most recent financial year, turned a profit of EUR 15.4 million on revenues of EUR 52 million.
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