Ängelholm

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Ängelholm

(ĕng'əlhôlm`), city (1990 est. pop. 19,190), Kristianstad co., SW Sweden, on Skälderviken Bay (an arm of the Kattegat); chartered 1516. It is a beach resort and has tanneries. The city is also known as Engelholm.
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Two Gripen wings are operational, each with two 20-airplane squadrons -- F7 at Satenas and F10 at Angelholm. The third wing, F21 Lulea, received its first two fighters in January 2002.
The candidate device for this study, the HemoCue B-Hemoglobin Test System, is manufactured in Angelholm, Sweden, and distributed by HemoCue Inc., Mission Viejo, CA.
Sweco AB (STO:SWECB), a large European engineering consultancy company, announced on Wednesday that it has been commissioned to advise the Swedish Transport Administration on the upcoming double-track upgrade, which will increase the capacity of the railway line between Angelholm and Helsingborg.
Haemoglobin (Hb) concentration was obtained in the field by use of HemoCue B- hemocue photometer (Haemocue AB, Angelholm, Sweden) [19].
The first airports being implemented are Angelholm and Ronneby, where Precise Biometrics' biometric solution will be in use by tomorrow (21 November).
In 2002, Hb was measured on a Hemocue B-hemoglobin analyzer (HemoCue AB, Angelholm, Sweden), which bypasses the cyanmethemoglobin conversion step.
Hemoglobin was measured in the field by using a portable HemoCue system (HemoCue Inc., Angelholm, Sweden).
For more than two years, HemoCue AB (Angelholm, Sweden) and EKF-diagnostics GmbH (Magdeburg, Germany), have been involved in a patent infringement suit.
Blood glucose levels were determined in blood samples from the tail vein at 1:00 PM using a Glucose Analyzer (Hemocue AB, Angelholm, Sweden).
The instrument and the cuvettes came from HemoCue (Angelholm, Sweden).
Boozt AB (STO:BOOZT), a Nordic technology company selling fashion on-line, announced on Friday the signing of an agreement with Element Logic, under which the company utilises the option to build an extension to the current AutoStore warehouse automation at the Boozt Fulfilment Centre in Angelholm, Sweden.