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List of companies of Sweden

Location of Sweden

Sweden is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe and the third-largest country in the European Union by area. It is also a member of the United Nations, the Nordic Council, Council of Europe, the World Trade Organization and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Sweden maintains a Nordic social welfare system that provides universal health care and tertiary education for its citizens. It has the world's eighth-highest per capita income and ranks highly in numerous metrics of national performance, including quality of life, health, education, protection of civil liberties, economic competitiveness, equality, prosperity and human development.[1][2][3]

For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in Sweden".

Contents

Largest firmsEdit

This list shows firms in the Fortune Global 500, which ranks firms by total revenues reported before March 31, 2017.[4] Only the top five firms (if available) are included as a sample.

Rank Image Name 2016 revenues (USD $M) Employees Notes
301   Volvo $35,269 89,477 Multinational manufacturer of trucks, buses, construction equipment and engines. The firm reached a high of 118, but revenues dropped significantly after selling its automotive brand to Ford Motor Company in 1999.
419   Ericsson $26,004 111,464 Multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company in Stockholm. After 23 years on the list, the firm has dropped from a high of 133 in 2001.
482   H&M $22,618 114,586

Swedish multinational clothing retailer; it is the second largest firm of its type and operates in 62 countries. The group is a recent addition to the Global 500, entering the list in 2016.

IKEA

Notable firmsEdit

This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy. Organizations which have ceased operations are included and noted as defunct.

Notable companies
     Active      State-owned      Defunct
Name Industry Sector Headquarters Founded Notes
3H Biomedical Health care Biotechnology Uppsala 2004 Cell-based biotech
AarhusKarlshamn Consumer goods Food products Malmö 2005 Vegetable oils, fats
Abba Seafood Consumer goods Food products Gothenburg 1883 Seafood
ABU Garcia Consumer goods Recreational products Svängsta[5] 1921 Fishing reels, part of Newell Brands (US)
Acando Technology Software Stockholm 2001 IT consulting
Acast Technology Software Stockholm 2014 Podcast streaming software
Acne Studios Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Stockholm 1997 Fashion
ÅF Industrials Business support services Stockholm 1895 Consulting
AGA Oil & gas Exploration & production Luleå 1904 Defunct natural gas, now part of Linde AG
Åhléns Consumer services Broadline retailers Stockholm 1899 Retail department stores
Alfa Laval Industrials Industrial machinery Lund 1883 Heavy industry
Alfdex Industrials Industrial machinery Landskrona 2002 Industrial separators
AP&T Industrials Industrial machinery Ulricehamn 1989 Metal forming machinery
Apoteket Health care Pharmaceuticals Stockholm 1970 State pharma
Aptilo Networks Telecommunications Mobile telecommunications Stockholm 2001 Mobile services
Arcam Industrials Industrial suppliers Mölndal 1997 3D printing
ASEA Industrials Diversified industrials Västerås 1883 Manufacturer, defunct 1988
ABB Group Industrials Industrial machinery Zürich 1988 Robotics, automation
Assa Abloy Industrials Industrial suppliers Stockholm 1994 Locks
Astra AB Health care Pharmaceuticals Södertälje 1913 Defunct 1999, now merged into AstraZeneca (UK)
Atlas Copco Industrials Diversified industrials Nacka 1873 Industrials
Atlet AB Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Mölnlycke 1958 Trucks, part of Nissan (Japan)
Autoliv Industrials Business support services Stockholm 1997 Automotive safety
Avalanche Studios Technology Software Stockholm 2003 Video games
Avanza Financials Investment services Stockholm 1999 Stock broker
Axel Johnson AB Conglomerates - Stockholm 1873[6] Retail holdings, part of Axel Johnson Group
Axel Johnson Group Conglomerates - Stockholm 1873 Diversified holdings
Axfood Consumer services Food retailers & wholesalers Stockholm 1964 Grocery chain, part of Axel Johnson AB
Axis Communications Technology Computer hardware Lund 1984 Network cameras, part of Canon Inc. (Japan)
BAE Systems AB Industrials Defense Örnsköldsvik 2006[7] Defence, part of BAE Systems (UK)
Bahco Industrials Diversified industrials Enköping 1886 Part of Snap-on (US)
Bahnhof Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Stockholm 1994 Internet service provider
Ballograf Consumer goods Nondurable household products Gothenburg 1945 Ballpoint pens and pencils
Berg Propulsion Industrials Industrial machinery Gothenburg 1912 Controllable pitch propellers
Betsson Consumer services Gambling Stockholm 1963 Online gambling
Biacore Health care Biotechnology Uppsala 1984 Part of GE Healthcare (US)
BillerudKorsnäs Basic materials Paper Solna 2012 Paper
Bindomatic Industrials Industrial suppliers Stockholm 1974 Office supplies
BioGaia Health care Pharmaceuticals Stockholm 1990 Probiotic
Björn Borg Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Stockholm 2004 Fashion
Bofors Industrials Defense Karlskoga 1873 Arms
Boghammar Marin AB Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Lidingö 1906 Shipyard
Boliden AB Basic materials General mining Stockholm 1931 Mining
Bolinder-Munktell Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Eskilstuna 1932 Defunct, now a part of Volvo Construction Equipment
Bona AB Industrials Building materials & fixtures Malmö 1919 Flooring
Bonnier Group Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Stockholm 1804 Media group
Braathens Regional Aviation Consumer services Airlines Malmö 1981 Airline
Bredbandsbolaget Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Stockholm[8] 1998 Triple play services, part of Telenor (Norway)
Brio Consumer goods Toys Malmö 1884 Toys
Bure Equity Financials Investment services Stockholm 1992 Investments
Camfil Industrials Industrial machinery Stockholm 1963 Air filtration
Carnegie Investment Bank Financials Investment services Stockholm 1803 Financial services
Casino Cosmopol Consumer services Gambling Stockholm 1999 State gambling operator
Cederroth Health care Health care providers Upplands Väsby 1895 Personal health care
Cheap Monday Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Stockholm 2000 Clothing
Clas Ohlson Consumer services Home improvement retailers Insjön 1918 Hardware stores
Clavia Consumer goods Recreational products Stockholm 1983 Musical instruments
Cloetta Consumer goods Food products Stockholm 1862 Chocolate
Columbitech Technology Software Stockholm 2000 Wireless security
Com Hem Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Stockholm 1983 Triple play services
Comviq Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Stockholm 1981 Merged into Tele2, retained as a brand
Coop Norden Consumer services Food retailers & wholesalers Stockholm 2001 Retail chain, defunct 2008
Danir AB Financials Investment services Malmö 1986 Investments
Datasaab Industrials Business support services Linköping 1954 Computer division of Saab, defunct
DeLaval Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Tumba 1883 Farm machines
Destination Gotland Consumer services Travel & tourism Visby 1998 Ferry line
Diamyd Medical Health care Biotechnology Stockholm 1994[9] Research
Dockstavarvet Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Docksta 1905 Shipyard
Domnarvet Basic materials Iron & steel Borlänge 1872 Iron, part of SSAB
Doro Technology Telecommunications equipment Lund 1974[10] Telecom products
Draim Technology Software Nacka 2003 Games
EA DICE Technology Software Stockholm 1992 Video games
Elanders Industrials Business support services Mölnlycke 1908 Printing
Electrolux Consumer goods Durable household products Stockholm 1919 Appliances
Elekta Health care Health care providers Stockholm 1972 Radiation therapy
Elektron Consumer goods Recreational products Gothenburg 1998 Synthesizers
Elfa International Consumer goods Furnishings Malmö 1948 Shelving
Ellos Consumer services Broadline retailers Borås 1947 E-commerce
ENEA AB Technology Software Kista 1968 Information technology
Eniro Technology Internet Stockholm 2000 Directory, search services
Ericsson Technology Telecommunications equipment Stockholm 1876 Communication technology
ESAB Industrials Business support services Gothenburg 1904 Welding, part of Colfax Corporation (US)
Eskilstuna Energy and Environment Utilities Conventional electricity Eskilstuna 1993 State power
Esselte Industrials Industrial suppliers Stockholm 1913 Office products, part of J.W. Childs Associates (US)
European Spallation Source Industrials Business support services Lund 2013 Research
Expander System Sweden AB Industrials Industrial machinery Åtvidaberg 1986 Commercial heavy machinery
Fagerhult Group Industrials Building materials & fixtures Habo 1945[11] Lighting
Fatshark Technology Software Stockholm 2008 video games
Filippa K Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Stockholm 1993 Clothing
Fjällräven Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Örnsköldsvik 1960 Outdoor clothing
FKAB Industrials Business support services Uddevalla 1961 Ship design
Flexlink Industrials Industrial machinery Gothenburg 1980 Industrial automation
Föreningsbanken Financials Banks Stockholm 1992 Rural bank, defunct 1997
Forex Bank Financials Investment services Stockholm 1927 Currency exchange
Frictional Games Technology Software Helsingborg 2007 Video games
Galvin Green Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Växjö 1990 Golf clothing
GB Glace Consumer goods Food products Stockholm 1942 Ice cream, part of Unilever (Netherlands)
Gekås Consumer services Broadline retailers Falkenberg 1963 Swedish superstore
Getinge Group Health care Medical equipment Gothenburg 1904 Medical technology
Göinge Mekaniska Industrials Heavy construction Hässleholm 1946 Steel buildings, defunct 2005. Merged into Skanska
Green Cargo Industrials Delivery services Solna 2001 State logistics
Grimaldi Industri Conglomerates - Stockholm 1970 Consumer goods, industrials
Gunnebo Group Industrials Business support services Gothenburg 1889 Security
H&M Consumer services Apparel retailers Stockholm 1947 Retail clothing
Haglöfs Consumer goods Recreational products Torsång 1914 Outdoor equipment
Hagström Consumer goods Recreational products Älvdalen 1925 Musical instruments
Haldex Consumer goods Auto parts Landskrona 1887 Automotive parts
Hallberg-Rassy Consumer goods Recreational products Ellös 1943 Sailing yachts
Handelsbanken Financials Banks Stockholm 1871 Bank
Handheld Group Technology Computer hardware Lidköping 1997 Rugged computer
Hasselblad Consumer goods Recreational products Gothenburg 1841 Cameras
Hästens Consumer services Specialty retailers Köping 1852 Beds
Hestra Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Hestra 1936 Gloves
Hexagon AB Industrials Business support services Stockholm 1992 Metrology
HMS Industrial Networks Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Halmstad 1988 Industrial communications
Höganäs AB Basic materials Iron & steel Höganäs 1797 Powdered metals
Holmen Basic materials Paper Stockholm 1875 Paper
Husaberg Consumer goods Automobiles Mattighofen 1988 Motorcycles
Husqvarna Group Industrials Industrial suppliers Stockholm 1689 Commercial tools
Hydrauliska Industri AB Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Hudiksvall 1944 Lifts and cranes, part of Cargotec (Finland)
IAR Systems Technology Software Uppsala 1983 Software
ICA Gruppen Consumer services Broadline retailers Stockholm 1938 Retailing group
IFS AB Technology Software Linköping 1983 Software
Ikano Bank Financials Banks Malmö 1995 Bank
Illuminate Labs Technology Software Gothenburg 2002 Video games lighting
IMINT Image Intelligence AB Technology Software Uppsala 2007 Software
Infranord Industrials Railroads Solna 2010 Railways
Ingate Systems Technology Software Stockholm 2001 Data security
Intertex Technology Computer hardware Stockholm 2001 Computer peripherals
Investment AB Latour Financials Investment services Gothenburg 1984 Investments
Investment AB Öresund Financials Investment services Stockholm 1961 Investments
Investor AB Financials Investment services Stockholm 1916 Investments
IsaDora Consumer goods Personal products Malmö 1983 Cosmetics
iZettle Technology Software Stockholm 2011 Financial technology
J.Lindeberg Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Stockholm 1997 Clothing
Jeeves Technology Software Stockholm 1992 Software
Jens of Sweden Consumer goods Consumer electronics Stockholm 2002 Media players, defunct 2005
Jernhusen Industrials Railroads Stockholm 2001 Railways
Jofa Consumer goods Recreational products Malung 1926 Sport equipment, part of Reebok (US)
Jonsereds Fabrikers AB Industrials Industrial machinery Jonsered 1832 Part of Husqvarna Group
Kinnevik AB Financials Investment services Stockholm 1936 Investments
Klarna Consumer services Broadline retailers Stockholm 2005 E-commerce
Kockums Naval Solutions Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Malmö 1840 Shipyard
Koenigsegg Consumer goods Automobiles Ängelholm 1994 Automotive
Kopparbergs Brewery Consumer goods Brewers Kopparberg 1882 Brewery
Kosta Glasbruk Industrials Building materials & fixtures Kosta 1742 Glass
Krönleins Consumer goods Brewers Halmstad 1836 Brewery
Kungsörnen Consumer goods Food products Järna 1929 Food
L E Lundbergföretagen Financials Investment services Stockholm 1944 Investments
Länsförsäkringar Financials Full line insurance Stockholm[12] 1801 Insurance cooperative
Länsförsäkringar Bank Financials Banks Stockholm 1996[13] Bank, part of Länsförsäkringar
Lantmännen Consumer goods Farming & fishing Stockholm 2001 Agriculture cooperative
LeoVegas Consumer services Gambling Stockholm 2011 Mobile gaming
Lindex Consumer services Apparel retailers Gothenburg 1954 Fashion retailer
Linjeflyg Consumer services Airlines Stockholm 1957 Airline, defunct 1993, acquired by SAS
LKAB Basic materials General mining Luleå 1890 Mining
Loomis Industrials Business support services Stockholm 1997 Security
Lundin Petroleum Oil & gas Exploration & production Stockholm 2001 Petroleum
Luxor AB Consumer goods Consumer electronics Motala 1923 Defunct home electronics, acquired by Nokia (Finland)
MachineGames Technology Software Uppsala 2009 Video games, part of ZeniMax Media (US)
Mälarenergi Utilities Conventional electricity Västerås 1861 Power
Maratone Studios Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Stockholm 2001 Music production
Massive Entertainment Technology Software Malmö 1997 Video games, part of Ubisoft (France)
Mecel Technology Software Gothenburg 1982 Software and systems consulting
Meda AB Health care Pharmaceuticals Solna 1954 Pharmaceutical
Micromy Basic materials Specialty chemicals Täby 2009 Industrial coatings
Modern Times Group (MTG) Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Stockholm 1987 Digital entertainment
Mojang Technology Software Stockholm 2009 Video games, acquired by Microsoft (US)
Mölnlycke Health Care Health care Medical equipment Gothenburg 1849 Medical device
Monark Consumer goods Recreational products Vansbro 1908 Bicycle
MySQL AB Technology Software Uppsala 1995 Defunct 2008, acquired by Sun Microsystems (US)
Najad Yachts Consumer goods Recreational products Henån 1971 Sailing yachts
Nanoradio Technology Semiconductors Kista 2004 Wireless semiconductors, part of Samsung (South Korea)
Nasdaq Nordic Financials Investment services Stockholm 2003 Stock exchange, part of Nasdaq, Inc. (US)
NCC AB Industrials Heavy construction Solna 1988 Construction
Neogames Consumer services Publishing Gothenburg 2006 Role-playing game publisher
Neonode Telecommunications Computer hardware Stockholm 2001 Touch technology
Nextjet Consumer services Airlines Stockholm 2002 Regional airline
Nobia Consumer goods Durable household products Stockholm 1996 Kitchen goods
Nobina Consumer services Travel & tourism Stockholm 1999 Public transport
NOHAB Industrials Diversified industrials Trollhättan 1916 Manufacturing, defunct 1979
Nordiska Kompaniet Consumer services Broadline retailers Stockholm 1864 Retail department stores
Nordstjernan Conglomerates - Stockholm 1890 Part of Axel Johnson Group
NorthStar Industrials General industries Stockholm 2000 Lead-acid batteries
Nudie Jeans Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Gothenburg 2001 Clothing
Nyby bruk Basic materials Iron & steel Torshälla 1829 Stainless steel, a part of Outokumpu (Finland)
Nyfors Technology Telecommunications equipment Stockholm 1987 Optical fiber equipment
Nynas Oil & gas Exploration & production Stockholm 1928 Petrochemical products
Odd Molly Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Stockholm 2002 clothing
Öhlins Consumer goods Auto parts Upplands Väsby 1976 Automotive parts
Onoff Consumer services Broadline retailers Upplands Väsby 1971 Retail chain, defunct 2011
Orexo Health care Pharmaceuticals Uppsala 1995 Pharmaceutical
Oriflame Consumer goods Personal products Stockholm 1967 Cosmetics
Orrefors glassworks Industrials Building materials & fixtures Orrefors 1898 Glassworks
Oskarshamn Shipyard Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Oskarshamn 1863 Shipyard
Ovako Basic materials Iron & steel Stockholm 1969 Steel
Pågen Consumer goods Food products Malmö 1878 Bakery
Paradox Interactive Technology Software Stockholm 1999 Video games
Peab Industrials Heavy construction Förslöv 1959 Construction
Peltarion Technology Software Stockholm 2004 Software
Phadia Health care Medical equipment Uppsala 1971 Blood test systems
Pharmacia Health care Pharmaceuticals Stockholm 1911 Pharma, defunct 2002
Polarbröd Consumer goods Food products Älvsbyn 1972[14] Bread
PostNord Industrials Delivery services Solna 2009 Mail, logistics
PostNord Sverige Industrials Delivery services Solna 1636 Mail, part of PostNord
Primus AB Consumer goods Household goods Stockholm 1892 Portable cooking devices
Pripps Consumer goods Brewers Gothenburg 1828 Brewery, part of Carlsberg Group (Denmark)
Profoto Industrials Building materials & fixtures Stockholm 1968 Lighting
Promessa Organic Health care Health care providers Gothenburg 2001 Eco-burial
Ratos Financials Real estate holding & development Stockholm 1933 Private equity
ReadSoft Technology Software Helsingborg 1991 Software
Recipharm Health care Pharmaceuticals Haninge 1995 Pharmaceutical
Rederi AB Slite Consumer services Travel & tourism Gothenburg 1947 Ferry-line, defunct 1993
Remograph Technology Software Linköping 2005 Software
Resurs Holding Financials Banks Helsingborg 2001 Bank
Saab Automobile Consumer goods Automobiles Trollhättan 1945 Automotive, defunct 2012
Saab Group Industrials Aerospace Stockholm 1937 Aerospace
SamLogic Technology Software Stockholm 1992 Software
Sandvik Industrials Industrial engineering Stockholm 1862 Engineering
SAS Group (Swedish-Norwegian-Danish) Consumer services Airlines Solna 1946 Airlines
SCA Basic materials Paper Stockholm 1929 Paper
Scalado Technology Software Lund 2000 Software, part of Microsoft (US)
Scandic Hotels Consumer services Hotels Stockholm 1963 Hotels
Scania AB Consumer goods Automobiles Södertälje 1891 Commercial automotive, part of Volkswagen Group (Germany)
Seavus Technology Software Malmö 1999 Software
SEB Group Financials Investment services Stockholm 1972 Financial services
Sector3 Studios Technology Software Lidköping 2003 Video games
Securitas Industrials Business support services Stockholm 1934 Security
Securitas Direct Industrials Business support services Malmö 1988 Security
Semcon Industrials Business support services Gothenburg 1980 Consulting
SF Studios Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Stockholm 1919 Film production
SIA Glace Consumer goods Food products Slöinge 1961 Ice cream
SIBA Consumer services Specialty retailers Gothenburg 1951 Home electronics retailer, defunct 2017
Silva compass Consumer goods Recreational products Stockholm 1932 Navigation equipment
Simogo Technology Software Malmö 2010 Video games
SJ AB Consumer services Travel & tourism Stockholm 2001 Public transport
Skandia Financials Investment services Stockholm 1855 Financial services, part of Old Mutual (UK)
Skandinaviska Banken Financials Banks Gothenburg 1864 Bank, defunct 1972, merged into SEB
Skanska Industrials Heavy construction Stockholm 1887 Construction
Skellefteå Kraft Utilities Conventional electricity Skellefteå 1906 Power
SKF Industrials Industrial suppliers Gothenburg 1907 Mechanical parts
Skygoblin Technology Software Gothenburg 2005 Video games
Smart Eye Technology Software Gothenburg 1999 Hardware and software
Södra Basic materials Paper Växjö 1938 Paper pulp, sawmills
Spendrups Consumer goods Brewers Stockholm 1897 Brewery
Spotify Technology Internet Stockholm 2006 Streaming
SR International – Radio Sweden Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Stockholm 1938 State broadcasting, part of Sveriges Radio
SSAB Basic materials Iron & steel Stockholm 1978 Steel
Starbreeze Studios Technology Software Stockholm 1998 Video games
Stena Line Consumer services Travel & tourism Gothenburg 1962 Ferry-line
Stena Sphere Conglomerates - Gothenburg 1939 Transportation, real estate, financials, drilling
Stiga Consumer goods Durable household products Eskilstuna 1934 Garden mowers, now part of Global Garden Products S.p.A
Stockholm Stock Exchange Financials Investment services Stockholm 1863 Stock exchange, part of Nasdaq Nordic
Stockholms Enskilda Bank Financials Banks Stockholm 1856 Bank, defunct 1972, merged into SEB
Studsvik Utilities Conventional electricity Nyköping 1947 Power
Sveriges Television Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Stockholm 1956 Swedish national public TV broadcaster
Sweco Industrials Business support services Stockholm 1997 Consulting, part of Investment AB Latour
Swedbank (FöreningsSparbanken) Financials Banks Stockholm 1820 Bank
Swedish Match Consumer goods Tobacco Stockholm 1915 Tobacco products
Swedish Orphan Biovitrum Health care Health care providers Stockholm 2001 Specialty healthcare
Swedish Space Corporation Industrials Aerospace Solna 1972 Space
Swegon Industrials Industrial machinery Gothenburg 2005 Ventilation systems, part of Investment AB Latour
Symsoft Telecommunications Mobile telecommunications Stockholm 1989 Mobile services
Syncron Technology Software Stockholm 1990 Software
Tarsier Studios Technology Software Malmö 2004 Video games
Tele2 Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Stockholm 1993 Telecommunications provider
Telelogic Technology Software Malmö 1983 Software, part of IBM (US)
Telia Company Telecommunications Mobile telecommunications Stockholm 2003 Mobile networks
Teracom Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Stockholm 1992 Terrestrial broadcaster
TerraNet AB Telecommunications Mobile telecommunications Lund 2004 Mobile network
Tetra Pak Industrials Containers & packaging Pully 1943 Food packaging
Thule Group Consumer goods Automobiles Hillerstorp 1942 Automotive
Tradedoubler Technology Internet Stockholm 1999 Internet marketing
Transmode Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Stockholm 2000 Network solutions
Trelleborg Industrials Business support services Trelleborg 1905 Engineering
Trio AB Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Stockholm 1992 Telecommunications
Trustly Financials Banks Stockholm 2008 Online banking payments
TV4 Group Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Stockholm 1984 Media
Uddeholms AB Basic materials Iron & steel Hagfors 1668 Steel, a part of Voestalpine (Austria)
Umeå Energi Utilities Conventional electricity Umeå 1887 Power
Urbanears Consumer goods Recreational products Stockholm 2009 Headphones
V&S Group Consumer goods Soft drinks Stockholm 1917 Beverages
Vabis Industrials Diversified industrials Södertälje 1891 Defunct 1911
Vattenfall Utilities Conventional electricity Stockholm 1909 State power
Vida AB Basic materials Forestry Alvesta 1969[15] Sawmills
Volvo Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Gothenburg 1927 Industrial vehicles
Volvo Buses Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Gothenburg 1968 Bus manufacturer
Volvo Financial Services Financials Investment services Gothenburg 2001 Financing and insurance, part of Volvo
Volvo Penta Consumer goods Auto parts Skövde 1907 Engines, part of Volvo
Volvo Trucks Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Gothenburg 1928 Trucks, part of Volvo
VSM Group Consumer goods Durable household products Huskvarna 1872 Sewing machines, part of SVP Worldwide
Wallenius Lines Industrials Marine transportation Stockholm 1934 Shipping
Wasabröd Consumer goods Food products Skellefteå 1919 Bread, now part of Barilla Group (Italy)
Wayne's Coffee Consumer services Restaurants & bars Stockholm 1994 Coffeehouse chain
WESC Consumer goods Clothing & accessories Stockholm 1999 Clothing
WG Film Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Malmö 1994 Film production
Wise Group Industrials Business support services Stockholm 1991 Consulting
WM-data Technology Software Stockholm 1969 IT consulting, defunct 2008
X5 Music Group Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Stockholm 2003 Music recordings

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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