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Showa Steel Works

The Shōwa Steel Works was a Japanese government-sponsored steel mill that was one of the showpieces of the industrialization program for Manchukuo in the late 1930s. Shōwa Steel Works began as the Anshan Iron & Steel Works, a subsidiary of the So ...

                                               

Sinheung Railway

The Sinheung Railway, was a privately owned railway company in colonial era Korea. It was a subsidiary of the Chōsen Railway Chōtetsu, colonial Koreas largest privately owned railway company, established in 1930 to operate a number of lines opene ...

                                               

Sord Computer Corporation

Sord Computer Corporation was a Japanese electronics company, founded in 1970 by the entrepreneur Takayoshi Shiina. It is now Toshiba Personal Computer System Corporation, a subsidiary of Toshiba.

                                               

South Manchuria Railway

The South Manchuria Railway, officially South Manchuria Railway Company, or 滿鐵 for short, was a large National Policy Company of the Empire of Japan whose primary function was the operation of railways on the Dalian–Fengtian –Changchun corridor ...

                                               

Takara

Takara Co., Ltd. was a Japanese toy company founded in 1955. In March 2006, the company merged with Tomy Co., Ltd. to form Takara Tomy. The Takara motto was 遊びは文化」.

                                               

Temporary Military Railway

The Temporary Military Railway Office, was a pseudo-corporate entity established by the Imperial Japanese Army to build and operate the Gyeongui Line railway from Gyeongseong to Sinuiju. It opened the second railway line on the Korean peninsula i ...

                                               

Trimaster

Trimaster was a Japanese scale model manufacturer based at Fujieda City, active from 1987 to 1991. The company focused exclusively on the Luftwaffe aircraft in 1:48 scale, mostly rare variants and prototypes. Trimasters kits were among the most d ...

                                               

Uraga Dock Company

Uraga Dock Company was a major privately owned shipyard in Uraga, Japan, which built numerous warships for the Imperial Japanese Navy.

                                               

West Chosen Central Railway

The West Chōsen Central Railway opened its lines from Seunghori to Jangsang in several staged between 1939 and 1945. The first section, 29.6 km 18.4 mi from Seunghori to Seongneum, was opened on 29 June 1939, followed five months later by an 8.5 ...

                                               

Yamato Hotel

The Yamato Hotels were a chain of hotels in Manchuria owned and operated by the South Manchuria Railway during the period from the 1910s to 1940s. Some of these hotels still exist in Northeast China, used as art nouveau hotels under different names.

                                               

Yasuda zaibatsu

Yasuda zaibatsu was a financial conglomerate owned and managed by the Yasuda clan. One of the four major zaibatsu of Imperial Japan, it was founded by the entrepreneur Yasuda Zenjirō. It was dissolved at the end of World War II.

                                               

Youmex

Youmex was an anime production company and record label established in 1985 as a subsidiary of Toshiba EMI and founded by Junji Fujita. The company was absorbed back into Toshiba EMI in 1998, after taking on debt defaulted on by Artmic. Some of t ...

                                               

HD Ferries

HD Ferries was a fast catamaran Channel Islands ferry service between Jersey, Guernsey and Brittany. HD Ferries had daily departures from the port of Saint Helier to St Peter Port and then to St Malo.

                                               

XPress Telecom

XPress Telecom was a wireless telecommunication operator in Jordan. It has been shut down because of financial problems. It holds a digital trunking radio system license from the countrys telecommunication regulatory body, the TRC; the technology ...

                                               

Nuklonas

The factory was established in 1966. According to Algirdas Brazauskas, it was established in Siauliai because Alexander Shokin, Minister of Electronic Industry, was elected to the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union in the city. The factory occupi ...

                                               

Vilniaus skaiciavimo masinų gamykla

Vilniaus skaiciavimo masinų gamykla was computer and computer-component manufacturer, and developer in the Lithuanian SSR, which in 1966 became part of industrial group SIGMA.

                                               

Comotor

The Company Comotor SA was a joint venture between NSU and Citroen, created in Luxembourg in April 1967. Its goal was to produce Wankel engines. It followed an earlier, 1964 joint venture of both companies, the Geneva-based Comobil subsidiary, fo ...

                                               

ECM Real Estate Investments

ECM Real Estate Investments A.G. is bankrupted real estate developer based in Luxembourg, that was active mostly in Czech Republic, but also in China, Poland or Russia. Company was founded in 1991 by Michal Janku, he is now still its CEO and thro ...

                                               

Kuala Lumpur Mini-Bus Service

The Kuala Lumpur Mini-Bus Service or Bas Mini was one of the oldest and popular Malaysian public bus service, having served in Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley region. The buses were primarily painted pink with a white stripe on the sides, and h ...

                                               

Maestro Talent and Management

Maestro Talent and Management Sdn Bhd was a Malaysian talent management, recording, and publishing company. It is wholly owned by Astro All Asia Networks, the dominant pay-TV provider in Malaysia. The company was closed down in Astros restructuri ...

                                               

Sabah Gas Industries

Sabah Gas Industries Sdn Bhd was a state owned holding company based in Labuan, Malaysia. It was established in 1982 by the Government of Sabah for the downstream operations of Sabah natural gas resources. The company owned and operated a 660.000 ...

                                               

Salamfone

Salamfone, a subsidiary of Kuwait’s Reach Telecom, was the worlds first Syariah compliant mobile network. The Mobile Virtual Network Operator operated using the Maxis 2G network. Salamfone closed down its business on 1 August 2013.

                                               

Says Sdn Bhd

Says Sdn Bhd is a company based in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, that operates the web site Says.com. The company was formerly known as Youthsays Sdn Bhd. Since its point of inception in 2010, Says Sdn Bhd has served over 80 leading brands including N ...

                                               

Rediffusion

Rediffusion was a business that distributed radio and TV signals through wired relay networks. The business gave rise to a number of other companies, including Associated-Rediffusion, later known as Rediffusion London, one of the first companies ...

                                               

Hotelito Desconocido

Hotelito Desconocido was a Mexican boutique hotel and ecotourism resort in the municipality of Tomatlan, Jalisco. Formed in 1995 by an Italian architect, Hotelito Desconocido used an architectural style of that combined both rustic and luxurious ...

                                               

MASTV

MASTV was a Mexican wireless television company. The company belonged to MVS Comunicaciones. The company offered service to 11 cities in Mexico; Mexico City, Guadalajara, Leon, Merida, Monterrey, Pachuca, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Toluca, Tuxtl ...

                                               

TNCA

The Talleres Nacionales de Construcciones Aeronauticas was an aircraft manufacturer established outside Mexico City in 1915. TNCA closed in 1930, was briefly revived in 1941 under the name Talleres Generales de Aeronautica and again in 1947. The ...

                                               

Vehiculos Automotores Mexicanos

Vehiculos Automotores Mexicanos, S.A. was a Mexican automaker from 1946 to 1986. The original organization, a distributor and license manufacturer for Willys-Overland and AMC vehicles, became government controlled in 1963 with American Motors Cor ...

                                               

Banque Commerciale du Maroc

Banque Commerciale du Maroc or B.C.M. (Arabic: البنك التجاري المغربي ‎ was a bank founded in 1911 in Morocco. The bank was part of the Moroccan kings holding company, ONA Group. In 2004, it was merged with Wafa bank to form, Attijariwafa bank. De ...

                                               

ONA Group

The ONA Group was established in 1934 and dissolved in 2010 and succeeded by Societe Nationale dInvestissement. ONA was an industrial, financial and services conglomerate, focused on positions of leadership and value creation in business activiti ...

                                               

Wafabank

Wafabank was a private bank in Morocco, that belonged to the Kettani family. In 2004, the Kettanis sold their stakes to ONA Group which resulted in the merger of the bank with Banque Commerciale du Maroc to form Attijariwafa Bank.

                                               

Alkmaar Packet

Alkmaar Packet was a shipping company that operated scheduled passenger and freight services in the northern part of the Netherlands between 1864 and 1950. The services the company provided were a kind of beurtvaart, which at the time had become ...

                                               

Beijnes

Beijnes is a defunct Haarlem manufacturer of carriages, buses, trains, and trams. It was closely associated with the Hollandsche IJzeren Spoorweg-Maatschappij

                                               

BelCompany

BelCompany was a Dutch store-chain that specialises in mobile phones. It was founded in 1995 by Macintosh Retail Group and Pon Holdings, and is currently part of Vodafone Netherlands. In 2011, BelCompany had 176 stores in the Netherlands, and dau ...

                                               

CEE Property Development Portfolio

CEE Property Development Portfolio B.V. is a closed-end real estate investment fund registered in the Netherlands. It is part of consolidated financial statements of Erste Groups subsidiary Česka spoeitelna. In October 2015 Česka spoeitelna annou ...

                                               

Econcern

Econcern was an international holding company, consisting of five operating companies: Ecofys, Evelop, Ecostream, Ecoventures and OneCarbon. These companies delivered solutions for renewable energy and carbon credits, with a mission to "ensure a ...

                                               

Eysink

The Eysink was a Dutch automobile manufactured from 1903 until 1919. The Eysink brothers from Amersfoort, who created the marque, started out manufacturing bicycles. In 1897 they built their first automobile. However, the brothers did not begin p ...

                                               

Fijenoord

Fijenoord was a shipbuilding and machine factory in Rotterdam the Netherlands from 1823 to 1929. In 1929 it merged with Wilton to become Wilton-Fijenoord.

                                               

Free Record Shop

Free Record Shop was a chain of home entertainment stores selling products such as CDs, DVDs and video games, founded by Hans Breukhoven. Its first store opened on October 15, 1971 in Schiedam, Netherlands. At its peak, the franchise had more tha ...

                                               

Gran Dorado

Gran Dorado was a holiday villages company based in the Netherlands. Until the merger in 2002, it was the biggest holiday villages company of Europe. Todays owner is the French company Pierre et Vacances, and is merged with the Center Parcs company.

                                               

Hardick & Seckel Factory

Hardick & Seckel was a textile factory in the town of Enschede, the Netherlands believed to have been built in the late 19th century, which emerged from two textile factories, a silk factory and a horse product factory. The fierce competition in ...

                                               

Koolhoven

N.V. Koolhoven was an aircraft manufacturer based in Rotterdam, Netherlands. From its conception in 1926 to its destruction in the Blitzkrieg in May 1940, the company remained the Dutch second major aircraft manufacturer. Although many of its air ...

                                               

Liquavista

Liquavista was a Dutch-based company founded in 2006 as a spin-off from Philips. Its research and development have included efforts to develop colour e-paper video screens that can work with or without a backlight using electrowetting technology. ...

                                               

Mittal Steel Company

Mittal Steel Company N.V. was one of the worlds largest steel producers by volume, and also one of the largest in turnover. The Indian owned company is now part of ArcelorMittal. CEO Lakshmi Mittals family owned 88% of the company. Mittal Steel w ...

                                               

Pander & Son

Harmen Pander was the managing director of a furniture company which in 1924 bought the assets of the bankrupt Vliegtuig Industrie Holland VIH company, which included the services of designers Theodorus Egbert Slot and H. Van der Kwast. Pander se ...

                                               

Synton Fenix

Synton was a manufacturer and distributor of high-end electronic music equipment in the Netherlands. They were one of the principal importers of music equipment from E-Mu, Ensoniq, and Fairlight in Europe. Felix Visser, the founder of Synton bega ...

                                               

Tulip Computers

It was founded in 1979 as Compudata, as an importer of American microcomputers. Compudata was the distributor for Europe for the Exidy Sorcerer, a Zilog Z80 based home computer. When Exidy gave up on the Sorcerer in 1979, Compudata licensed the d ...

                                               

Van der Schuyt, Van den Boom en Stanfries NV

Van der Schuyt, Van den Boom en Stanfries NV, or S.B.S. NV was a Dutch transport company. It was founded in 1948 in a period of change, when shipping companies were becoming trucking companies. It was a merger of three of the biggest inland shipp ...

                                               

Van Gend & Loos

Van Gend & Loos was established by the Antwerp-based innkeeper and carriage driver Jan-Baptist van Gend. He had married a woman from the Loos family in 1796. When Van Gends brother-in-law Petrus Josephus Loos died in 1809, his diligence company w ...

                                               

Van Veen (motorcycle)

Van Veen or Van Veen Kreid is a former motorcycle manufacturer. It was founded in Amsterdam by Henk van Veen, the Dutch importer of Kreidler motorcycles. Van Veen completed its first prototype in 1974 using a 1000 cc Comotor 624 twin-rotor Wankel ...