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Where is Trelleborg headquarters?

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  1. Where is Trelleborg headquarters?
  2. Who makes Trelleborg?
  3. Who makes Mitas?
  4. Did the Vikings use stone?
  5. Do any Viking structures still exist?
  6. What does Mitas mean?
  7. Where is Mitas made?
  8. Did Vikings use moats?
  9. What Stone did the Vikings use?
  10. Did the Vikings build castles?

Where is Trelleborg headquarters?

Trelleborg, Sweden Trelleborg/Headquarters

Who makes Trelleborg?

Trelleborg Wheel Systems Americas, Inc. Trelleborg Wheel Systems Americas, Inc. is comprised of two divisions: Our Agricultural and Forestry division designs, produces and distributes a vast range of tires and wheel systems for tractors, trailers and agricultural machinery for the United States and Canada.

Who makes Mitas?

Trelleborg group Mitas facts In 2016, Mitas became a part of Trelleborg group. Currently, the Mitas tyres are produced in the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Serbia, Sri Lanka and in America. The latest European production plant in Otrokovice started operating in 2013.

Did the Vikings use stone?

The Vikings had the class division but it was based on the personal possessions. ... Because of this, there was no stone castle in the Viking Age. As the stone castle came from the different social structure, the Vikings held dear another one, they had no castle stones.

Do any Viking structures still exist?

The Vikings did not build to last. They built almost entirely in wood or turf and seldom invested much effort in elaborate foundations. There are, therefore, no buildings still standing from the Viking Age.

What does Mitas mean?

a. To make (two pieces or surfaces) join with a miter joint. b. ... To meet in a miter joint. [Middle English mitre, from Old French, from Medieval Latin, from Latin mitra, headdress of the Jewish high priest, from Greek.]

Where is Mitas made?

Currently, the Mitas tyres are produced in the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Serbia, Sri Lanka and in America. The latest European production plant in Otrokovice started operating in 2013. It produces radial tyres designed for high-performance agricultural technology.

Did Vikings use moats?

A Viking ring fortress, or Trelleborg-type fortress, is a type of circular fort of a special design, built in Scandinavia in the Viking Age. They are also known simply as trelleborgs. ... Denmark and Sweden are currently applying for admission of the Viking ring fortresses as UNESCO World Heritage sites.

What Stone did the Vikings use?

A chemical analysis confirmed that the stone was Icelandic Spar, or calcite crystal, believed to be the Vikings' mineral of choice for their fabled sunstones, mentioned in the 13th-century Viking saga of Saint Olaf.

Did the Vikings build castles?

Long answer: The Vikings didn't build stone castles for themselves back then. To understand this, we should dwell into the meaning of stone castle in the Middle Age and the political system of the Vikings.