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Kyocera Unimerco

Kyocera Unimerco A/S
Type Private limited company
Industry Tool manufacture
Founded Lind, Denmark, 1964
Founders Hans Foxby, Valdemar Christensen
Headquarters Sunds, Denmark
Area served Europe, USA, Asia
Key people Kenneth Iversen, President
Products

Cutting tools
Measuring machines

Fastening tools
Owners Kyocera Corporation
Employees 530
Parent Kyocera Fineceramics GmbH
Subsidiaries

Kyocera Unimerco Tooling A/S

Kyocera Unimerco Fastening A/S
Website www.kyocera-unimerco.com
Kyocera Unimerco A/S i Sunds, Danmark

Kyocera Unimerco A/S is an international manufacturer, distributor and service company. The company comprises a tooling division (Kyocera Unimerco Tooling) offering optimisation services and tooling solutions for machining as well as measuring and gauging tools for the manufacturing industries, and a fastening division (Kyocera Unimerco Fastening) supplying primarily nailers, finish nailers and staplers as well as accessories and fasteners for the building industry.[1]

The group was founded in Denmark in 1964 under the name Unimerco. In 2011, all activities were acquired by Kyocera's Germany-based subsidiary Kyocera Fineceramics GmbH.[2][3]

References

  1. ^ Kyocera Unimerco - development and global growth
  2. ^ Reuters: Kyocera to buy Unimerco, boost European presence
  3. ^ News releases: KYOCERA to Acquire 100% Ownership of Denmark-Based Industrial Cutting Tool Manufacturer UNIMERCO Group A/S

External links

  • International website of the Kyocera Unimerco group
  • International website of Kyocera Unimerco Fastening


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