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Ranger Oil

  • Entidade coletiva

Atomic Skis

  • AT-ATO-001
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1955-

Atomic Skis is an Austrian company that manufactures and sells skis and other skiing equipment, such as ski boots, bindings, helmets, ski poles, goggles and protective equipment. The company was founded in 1955 by Alois Rohrmoser.

Blizzard Sport

  • AT-BLI-001
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1945-

Blizzard Sport is an Austrian sports equipment company, based in Salzburg, Austria. Blizzard is currently a division of the Tecnica Group and is specialized in the manufacturing of alpine skiing equipment, more specifically skis and accessories. Blizzard was established in 1945 by Anton Arnsteiner ("der Toni"), as he returned home from the World War II, in the family joinery workshop, producing skis and wooden furniture. The "Blizzard" brand was registered in 1953. In 1954, Blizzard became the first manufacturer to mass-produce polyethylene ski bases. Blizzard's first expansion occurred in 1957, with the introduction of metal and fiberglass as new materials. 1963 saw a great part of the factory burned down. In 1970, as production reached 500,000 skis per year, the company name was changed from "Blizzard Skifabrik Anton Arnsteiner" to "Blizzard GmbH". In 1976, a second production site was opened near Munich. In 1980, Blizzard introduced the "Thermoski", after 6 years of development. In 1996, Blizzard introduced its first carving ski, but it also applied for insolvency and was bought up by US company SCOTT Sports. It was sold to Karl Hofstätter (33.3%) and Anton Stöckl (66.6%) in 2005, who sold it to the Tecnica Group in 2006 and 2007, respectively. Sales of Blizzard skis are now completely integrated in the sale organization of Tecnica Group.

Carrera Eyewear

  • AT-CAR-001
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1956-

Carrera Eyewear designs and produces sunglasses and sports eyewear. Founded in Austria in 1956 by Wilhelm Anger, it now operates from Padova, Italy. It is named after the Carerra Panamericana auto race and has sponsored many sporting events and athletes.

Fischer Sports

  • AT-FIS-001
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1924-

Fischer Sports is an Austrian sports equipment and apparel manufacturing company that produces goods for snow sports, more specifically Nordic skiing, Alpine skiing and ice hockey equipment. The company was founded in 1924 by Josef Fischer Sr., a cartwright, in Ried im Innkreis, northeast of Salzburg, Austria. In addition to making wagons, he made an occasional pair of skis. By 1938, the company had significantly expanded its ski manufacturing, with 30 employees, and sales of handmade skis in the United States reached 2,000 pairs. Following the conclusion of World War II, Josef Fischer Jr. became involved in the reconstruction of the company. In 1949, Fischer developed the first ski press to speed up production, which was still by hand. By 1958, the company employed 137 craftsmen, and was manufacturing 53,000 pairs of skis annually. In that year, Fischer adopted its three-triangle logo. In 1964, the company completed a new factory on the outskirts of town, featuring a state-of-the-art computerized sawmill. Fischer also introduced metal skis for the first time, on which Egon Zimmerman won the downhill at the 1964 Winter Olympics. By 1967, the company had 775 employees, and produced 330,000 pairs of skis. The company's research efforts over the years include skis for racing, including alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, and skis for attempting the world speed record. In the early 70s, Fischer became the biggest ski manufacturer in the world. In 1988, Fischer opened their factory in Mukachevo, Ukraine. 2002 was the year of Fischer's stock buy-back. Since then, Fischer has been 100% family-owned.

Alpine Club of Canada

  • CA-AB-ALP-001
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1906-

The Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) is an amateur athletic association with its national office in Canmore, Alberta that has been a focal point for Canadian mountaineering since its founding in 1906. The club was co-founded by Arthur Oliver Wheeler and Elizabeth Parker. The club is the leading organization in Canada devoted to climbing, mountain culture, and issues related to alpine pursuits and ecology. It is also the Canadian regulatory organization for climbing competition, sanctioning local, regional and national events, and assembling, coaching and supporting the national team.

Bow River Energy Limited

  • CA-AB-BOW-001
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 2013-

Bow River Energy Ltd. was founded in 2013 and is a Calgary, Alberta-based, privately-held, oil and gas producer. Bow River produces approximately 2,500 boe in Alberta and Saskatchewan, as well as a growing midstream business. The company operates most of its production, and has more than 60 employees and contractors.

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