Hovding Sverige AB (publ)

Hovding Sverige AB (publ)

  • Price (EUR)2.77
  • Today's Change0.20 / 7.80%
  • Shares traded1.62k
  • 1 Year change10.27%
  • Beta1.1458
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About the company

Hovding Sverige publ AB is a Sweden-based company engaged in the manufacturing of bicycle protective accessories. The Company’s main product is Hovding, an airbag helmet for bicyclists. It has a form of a collar to be worn around the neck and contains a folded-up airbag, which unfolds in case of an accident. Hovding consists of two parts: a collar, which encloses the airbag, and a shell in three different designs. It is available in such countries as Finland, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Turkey and Japan, as well as via and online store.

  • Revenue in SEK (TTM)146.23m
  • Net income in SEK-40.18m
  • Incorporated--
  • Employees--
  • Location
    Hovding Sverige AB (publ)Bergsgatan 33MALMO 214 22SwedenSWE
  • Phone+46 40236868
  • Websitehttps://hovding.se/
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