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Horsens

(Danish ˈhɔrsəns)
n
(Placename) a port in Denmark, in E Jutland at the head of Horsens Fjord. Pop: 49 652 (2004 est)
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The business will keep its US headquarters in Colorado and its European base in Horsens, Denmark.
Lantmannen Unibake, headquartered in Horsens, Denmark, employs 3,900 persons at bakeries in 11 countries.
TALLINN - During a meeting of the European Union ministers for foreign affairs in Horsens, Denmark on June 11, Foreign Minister Urmas Paet said that Estonia supports the European Commission's proposal regarding the general size of the budget and feels it is essential that the new financial framework (2014-2020) focuses on ensuring economic growth, increasing competitiveness, and creating jobs, reports LETA.
The Danish EU Presidency will test the waters at the informal General Affairs Council in Horsens, Denmark, on 10-11 June, by putting before the ministers new proposals concerning the structure of the 2014-2020 multiannual financial framework (MFF).
Hedegaard therefore confirmed that "the Commission, as announced last month [informal meeting in Horsens, Denmark, on 19 April], is now reviewing the time profile of phase three auctions, which will begin on 1 January 2013, with a view to reducing the number of allowances for auction in the early years of phase three".
Ulrich holds a degree in export engineering from VIA University College, Horsens, Denmark. He is relocating from Denmark to Belgium, close to the Victaulic European headquarters.
Mark Cavendish, of Great Britain crashes during the third stage of the Giro d''Italia, Tour of Italy cycling race, in Horsens, Denmark. The rider crossed the finishing line bearing the scars from the incident, right
A little more than a year after their sale to The New York Times was announced, the last of six palletizing systems from Schur Packaging Systems, Horsens, Denmark, and Schaumburg, Ill., was taken on line as part of expanded operations at the paper's College Point plant, in the city's Queens borough.
Klimax, headquartered in Horsens, Denmark, has some 95 employees and reported a turnover of DKK143m in 2006.
The airliad laboratory in Horsens, Denmark remains for customer trials.
Lars Laursen and Mogens Otesen have erected a new building in Horsens, Denmark for the commercial production of thermal bonded airlaid machines featuring added proprietary technology.