Top Agriculture Companies in Optional[Stockholm], Optional[Sweden]

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Top-rated Agriculture companies hiring near Optional[Stockholm], Optional[Sweden] include Arla Foods with an employee rating of 3.9 out of 5, Stora Enso rated 4.0 out of 5, DeLaval with a rating of 4.0 out of 5, Holmen with a 4.0 out of 5, and Agria rated 3.1 out of 5 by employees. To discover additional Agriculture companies hiring near you in Optional[Stockholm], Optional[Sweden] or view more unique results, filter your results by location, job title, job function, rating, and company size.

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Arla Foods

Arla Foods

3.9
LocationOptional[Stockholm], Optional[Sweden]
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryFood & Beverage Manufacturing
Description

At Arla, we have a vision to create the future of dairy, and make healthy, innovative and natural dairy products for millions of people around the world. We are behind global brands as Arla, Lurpak, Puck and Castello and our 19,000 strong team of passionate people have helped us become one of the largest dairy companies in the world and the largest producer of organic dairy products. We've got a high-performing culture and we have great ambitions. We've got a strong strategy for growing our business and one for growing our colleagues too. So, if a dynamic environment where change is an everyday occurrence appeals to you, discover more about our business on www.arla.com

Stora Enso

Stora Enso

4.0
LocationOptional[Stockholm], Optional[Sweden]
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryWood & Paper Manufacturing
Description

Stora Enso's roots reach back more than 700 years. The forest products company is among the largest producers of newsprint and sawn softwood timber in Europe. It plays a major role in meeting the needs of publishers, advertisers, office suppliers, and packagers of consumer and industrial goods for a range of paper products, from magazine paper to newsprint and book paper, fine papers, and packaging board. Stora Enso's wood-based lines serve the construction and biofuel industries. The consumer board and fine paper lines are Stora Enso's main interests, followed by magazine paper. The company has 85 production units worldwide, with sales and production facilities concentrated in its core market, Europe.

DeLaval

DeLaval

4.0
LocationOptional[Stockholm], Optional[Sweden]
Global Company Size51 to 200 Employees
IndustryMachinery Manufacturing
Description

History separates DeLaval from other dairy farm machinery makers. Gustaf de Laval invented the cream separator in 1878. The company founded on his invention now manufactures, markets, and delivers half of the milking equipment sold globally. Its products include automatic milking systems, milk cooling tanks, feeding systems, and, since comfortable cows produce more milk, cow comfort and hygiene products. DeLaval also manufactures specialized dairy equipment and products for goats, sheep, and buffalo. The company operates about 20 manufacturing facilities and three research and development centers and has customers in more than 100 countries worldwide. It is a subsidiary of Tetra Laval International.

Holmen

Holmen

4.0
LocationOptional[Stockholm], Optional[Sweden]
Global Company Size1001 to 5000 Employees
IndustryMachinery Manufacturing
Description

Holmen AB can see the forest for the trees. The company's three product-based business segments include Holmen Paper (telephone directory paper, newsprint, office paper, and coated printing paper), Iggesund Paperboard (paperboard for packaging, graphic purposes, book covers, and brochures), and Holmen Timber (sawn timber production and distribution for the woodworking industry). Its two raw materials-oriented businesses include Holmen Skog (timberland management) and Holmen Energi (hydro power assets). The company produces over 2.5 million tons of paper products a year. Swedish brokerage firm L E Lundbergföretagen has a controlling stake in Holmen.

Agria

3.1
LocationOptional[Stockholm], Optional[Sweden]
Global Company Size51 to 200 Employees
IndustryFood & Beverage Manufacturing
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Agria Corporation sells agricultural products, but the company's ambitions do not extend to all the tea in China. Agria supplies corn seed, sheep-breeding products, and plant seedlings to a variety of customers throughout China. Its sheep-breeding products consist of frozen sheep semen, sheep embryos, and breeder sheep. Agria also sells blackberry, raspberry, date, and white-bark pine seedlings to end-users, such as municipal agencies and retail nurseries. Agria sold its Taiyuan Primalights III Agriculture Development Co. (P3A) business, which sells corn seed, to P3A president Frank Xue in 2010.