Abba Seafood

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Abba Seafood AB
Type Joint-stock company
Founded 1983
Founder(s) Christian Gerhard Amelin
Headquarters Gothenburg, Sweden
Key people Johan Sundelin (CEO)
Revenue SEK 1,266 billion (2011)[1]
Total assets 1.158 billion
Total equity 531.152 USD
Owner(s) Orkia ASA
Employees about 391 (2012)[1]
Parent Eiser Company
Website www.abbaseafood.se
Kalles Kaviar, a caviar brand manufactured by ABBA

Abba Seafood AB, formerly Abba AB, with head offices in Gothenburg, Sweden is a company producing preserved fish products. The main factory is located in Kungshamn.

The company was established in Bergen 1838 and in the 1850s it moved to Stockholm. The name AB Bröderna Ameln, ABBA, was registered in 1906. In 1981 it was merged into Volvo, was sold to Procordia and is since 1995 a part of the Norwegian Orkla ASA.

Some of the company's most well known products include Kalles kaviar and Abba pickled herring.

They are known for having let the Swedish pop group ABBA share the name in 1974.

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  1. ^ a b "Abba Seafood AB". Nationalencyklopedin (in Swedish). Retrieved 18 August 2010.  (subscription required)

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