Schouw & Co A/S SCHO

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Sector: Process Industries
Industry: Agricultural Commodities/Milling
Schouw & Co A/S engages in the ownership and operation of Danish industrial businesses. It operates through the following segments: BioMar, Fibertex Personal Care, Fibertex Nonwovens, HydraSpecma, Borg Automotive and GPV. The BioMar segment manufactures feed for the fish farming industry. The Fibertex Personal Care segment produces spunbond and spunmelt nonwovens for the personal care industry, used mainly for nappies, sanitary towels, and incontinence products. The Fibertex Nonwovens segment offers nonwoven textiles for automotive, building, and the furniture and bedding industries. The HydraSpecma segment provides hydraulic components and systems for industry and the aftermarket. The Borg Automotive segment distributes remanufactured automotive parts to the European market. The GPV segment includes electronics, mechatronics and high precision mechanics products. The company was founded by Victor Schouw on January 10, 1878 and is headquartered in Aarhus, Denmark.