Alingsås

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Alingsås

(ä'lĭngsōs`), city (1990 est. pop. 21,300), Älvsborg co., SW Sweden, on Lake Mjörn; chartered 1619. It is an industrial center. Manufactures include textiles, leather goods, processed food, candy, beer, and metal goods.
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Gosta, 69, from Alingsas in Sweden, said: "When I was a young boy growing up in Sweden, I always wanted to visit the Hebrides.
Skanska AB (STO: SKAB) on Friday announced the signing of a contract with Vastfastigheter to renovate and expand the New Alingsas Hospital in Sweden.
Our first stop was Alingsas, where we met with local business leaders and young entrepreneurs to discuss how T-TIP could help create and expand innovative start-ups on both sides of the Atlantic.
The research, conducted at Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg and at Alingsas Hospital, included 102 IBS patients between the ages of 18 and 65.
Established in 1862, Cloetta has two production units, one in Ljungsbro and one in Alingsas.
Parkman received a $2,000 cash award and a trip to the 2010 Professional Lighting Designer's Association "Practical Lighting Workshop" in Alingsas, Sweden.
The Pool of Light creates stunning scenes in Alingsas, Sweden, last year; Eight designers will create a festival of light
The carrier's servers are to be consolidated and moved to a Unisys operations centre in Alingsas, Sweden, RTTNews reported.
So the workshops set out to give practical demonstrations, and have enjoyed particular succes at the little Swedish town of Alingsas, half an hour from Gothenburg, where workshops have been held in each of the last six years.
In 1724, limited toleration was privately extended to Calvinist workers at the textile mile in Alingsas, owned by the early Swedish industrialist Jonas Alstromer, and in 1741 immigrant Anglicans and Calvinists were for the first time guaranteed restricted religious liberty.