|Traded as||OMX: EXL1V|
|Key people||Riku Kytömäki (CEO)|
|Operating income||€4.843million (2013)|
Exel Composites Oyj (formerly known as Exel Oyj) is a Finnish technology company. At present, the company designs, manufactures and markets composite profiles and tubes for industrial applications, but in the past, the company has produced a number of different products, such as earmuffs, ski and trekking poles, and other sports equipment. Exel was founded in 1960 by Yrjö Aho. The name Exel came from a combination of the words explosive electronics. At that time, the company produced electric blasting caps.
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