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Wilh. Hjorth, Bieberhaus, Hamburg
This firm was established at Hamburg in 1905 and at Stockholm in 1916 for the purpose of handling Scandinavian products, especially
Paper and Woodpulp
General The general merehandise department of the firm acts as buying agents for all kinds of Scandinavian products and commodities. Prices are quoted cif to all parts of the world and the firm attends to all forwarding details, shipping by quickest and cheapest overland and sea routes. Being in close contact with the leading manufacturers of the country and having a thorough experience of export markets, the firm is able to ensure good and prompt service.
Bankers A.-B. Malarbanken, Stockholm
Commerz- u. Privat-Bank, Hamburg
CONTINENTAL TRADING Co. ￼ AKTIEBOLAG
Agents and correspondents in all parts of the world
The company's export department embraces
while the import department chiefly deals in
The Continental Trading company has the very best facilities and connections for carrying out their mission as promoters of trade between Sweden and other countries.
Exporters and importers in seareh of sourees of supply, or who wish to find new markets for the products of their country can do no better than to entrust their commissions to a firm with the excellent connection of The Continental Trading Co.
Svenska Handelsbanken, Stockholm.
Products Sawn and Planed Woodgoods, Boxboards, and all other Wood-products.
Chemical and Mechanical Woodpulp, Paper &c.
Correspondence in any language invited.
4, Norra Hamngatan
Exporters and Importers
Representatives in all principal places of the world.
The export department deals chiefly in Business
Chemical and Mechanical Woodpulp of every kind,
The import department specializes in
Glaubersalt and all raw materials for the Paper and Pulp trades ~]
The different departments of the firm, in charge of trained businessmen of great Service experience, furnish interested parties with full information regarding any of the products handled by the firm.
A.-B. Svenska Ilandelsbanken, Stockholm. Bankers