Slagelse


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Slagelse

(slä`yəlsə), city (1992 pop. 29,583), Vestsjælland co., S central Denmark. It is an industrial center and a rail junction, and is the site of a mint. The city has an 11th-century church, and nearby is Trælleborg, a Viking fortress. It was an important trading town in the Middle Ages.
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On May 1, 2019, Nilpeter will celebrate its 100th anniversary at its headquarters in Slagelse, Denmark.
At the AGM, Kjeld Johannsen, CEO, Nibe; Laila Mortensen, CEO, Copenhagen and Morten Bach Gaardboe, CEO, Slagelse were re-elected as members of he supervisory board.
Dessau, an expert on infectious diseases and Senior Consultant at Slagelse Hospital, Slagelse, Denmark, writes, "I hope the study serves as a warning against non-validated microscopic procedures and helps prevent mismanagement of patients with chronic complaints, who are lured to seek improper diagnosis in the future."
RAsva, a privately owned company founded in 1978, is located in Slagelse southwest of Copenhagen and offers diverse damage control, restoration and emergency response services as well as dehumidification, indoor climate analysis and mold control.
The Edinburgh side will face Rotweiss Wettingen (Switzerland), Atletico Clube (Portugal) and Slagelse (Denmark) in the pool competition.
Olton's Denise Marston-Smith successfully led England to promotion in the women's EuroHockey Indoor Nations Championship II at Slagelse, Denmark, at the weekend.
However, the French, who have not dropped a point in Slagelse, stole a late winner from a penalty corner.
With Andersen as CEO, Sydbank has made a total 13 acquisitions, the most recent being the troubled Banktrelleborg in Slagelse, Zealand.
Whitchurch won all three of their pool matches, defeating Cardiff & Uwic 4-0 with goals from Doug Young (2), Jamie Westerman, Mark Whatling; Slagelse HC from Denmark 3-1 (Laith El Khatib, Rhys Gowman, Westerman) and Wiener AC from Austria 4-2 (Young, Neil Potter, Alex Keating, Westerman).
* Dorte Boesen, 58, biologist and farmer, Slagelse, Denmark:
Victories over Minsk and Zelina set up a play-off game against Danish side Slagelse and they produced some fantastic hockey to romp home 5-1.
Production of equipment in Aalborg, Denmark, is being transferred to another Danish facility in Slagelse as well as to Bakel.