ABB is a multinational corporation headquartered in Västerås, Sweden, and Zürich, Switzerland. The company was formed in 1988 when Sweden's ASEA and Switzerland's Brown Boveri merged to create ASEA Brown Boveri, later simplified to the initials ABB. Both companies were established in the late 1800s and were major electrical equipment manufacturers, a business that ABB remains a major player in today. The company has also since expanded to robotics and automation technology.
Great Sheffield Gale
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Cyclone Christina
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Code Sheffield
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Code (nightclub)
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Swedish Transport Administration electric road program
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Allied Wireless
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The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon
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