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<h1 class="text-center text-primary"> Danfoss Industries</h1>
  <h3 class="text-center"> <em>Headquarters	Nordborg, Denmark </em> </h3>
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<figcaption> Danfoss headquarters in Nordborg, Denmark.</figcaption>

<h3>Company history </h3>
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    <li>Danfoss founder Mads Clausen was born in 1905 on a farm in the southern part of Denmark, near the German border. In <strong>1933</strong>, after graduating in engineering, he returned to his birthplace and started up a company in the attic of his parent’s farm house. </li>
    <li> In the 1930s, helped by high customs barriers and import bans on certain products, Clausen was successful in producing and selling a long list of automatic valves for refrigeration plants, which had previously been imported from the United States.</li>
    <li>In the 1940s an expansion of the factory was completed and Danfoss agents were set up in Belgium, Norway, Finland, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands and England. </li>
    <li>In the 1950s piecework was introduced at the factory and the number of employees rose above 2,000. </li>
    <li>In 1966 Mads Clausen died of a heart attack at the age of 60. His widow, Bitten Clausen, continued to lead the company as Chairman of the Board with Andreas Jepsen as President and CEO. </li>
    <li> In 1983 Danfoss celebrated its 50th anniversary and the 1,000th employee to reach 25 years of service.</li>
    <li> In 1996 Jørgen M. Clausen, son of Mads Clausen, was appointed President and CEO of the Danfoss Group.</li>
    <li> In 1997 sales exceeded €2,200 million and the number of employees reached 18,200. </li>
    <li>In 2000 Danfoss’s business segment Mobile Hydraulics merged with the German company Sauer, Inc. to form Sauer-Danfoss. Jørgen M. Clausen became Chairman of this company. Danfoss currently owns 55.4% of the stock, which is traded on New York Stock Exchange. </li>
    <li>In 2007 the Danfoss group expanded its facilities in Denmark, Canada, China, United States, Romania, Poland and France  with about 130,000 sq m of production, warehouse and office facilities. </li>
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<h2 > 	"Refrigeration, air conditioning, the control of electric motors, the heating of buildings, solutions for renewable energy such as solar power and heat pumps" </h2>
<h4> - Danfoss Products </h4>
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  <p>If you have time, you should read more about this Company <a href ="">Wikipedia entry.</a></p>
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