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Christiania Spigerverk

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Christiania Spigerverk of Oslo, Norway.

1938 General Agents were Hammer and Co of 120 Bishopsgate, London, E.C.2.

Christiania Spigerverk is a steel company which was founded in Oslo in 1853, and developed into one of the largest industrial companies in Norway. In 1972 Christiania Spigerverk fusioned with Elkem, to become Elkem Spigerverket. It was sold to Norsk Jernverk in 1985, and again split out as a separate company in 1993.[1]

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