Kurt A. Körber

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Kurt A. Körber (September 7, 1909 – August 10, 1992) was a German founder and businessman, who founded a group of companies including the Hauni Maschinenbau AG, an internationally leading company for the production of machines for the tobacco industry. The sole shareholder of the companies is the Körber Foundation. Until his death in 1992, the company founder, Kurt A. Körber, was the sole owner of the Körber AG. The Körber Foundation (initiated USable). He also was the initiator of the Bergedorf Round Table.

He was born in Berlin and died in Hamburg.


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