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NKT Signs Frame Agreement In France
NKT's CEO Alexander Kara Buys Shares In Co For DKK 750,005
NKT Q4 Operational EBITDA Up At EUR 9.1 Mln
Nkt A/S is a Denmark-based holding company engaged in the acquisition, ownership and management of industrial companies within three business areas. NKT Cables supplies power cables to sectors such as electricity infrastructure, including onshore and offshore high and medium voltage cables; railway, comprising catenary wires and signal cables; construction, including low voltage cables; and automotive wires. Nilfisk-Advance supplies professional cleaning equipment and solutions. It offers scrubbers, wet and dry vacuums, among others. Photonics Group consists of NKT Photonics A/S, LIOS Technology GmbH and Vytran Inc. They are active in optical fiber technology and manufacture light sources, optical equipment, long-range measuring systems, and fiber processing precision equipment. The Company operates globally through its group companies, as well as a network of indirectly owned subsidiaries.
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Toftegaardsvej 25, Asnaes
Jens Peter Due Olsen
Chairman of the Board
President, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Management Team
Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board
Line Andrea Fandrup
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Director, Employee Representative
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