AFG has its head office in Arbon (Switzerland) and is quoted on the Swiss Stock Exchange (SIX). It is active worldwide with over 50 distribution companies as well as offices and partners in more than 70 countries. Its 18 production facilities are located in Switzerland, Germany, France, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, the USA and China. AFG employs a total workforce of around 7000.

Arbon, CH
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6,325 (est)+3%
AFG was founded in 1874 and is headquartered in Arbon, CH

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AFG has an office in Arbon
Arbon, CH (HQ)
50 Amriswilerstrasse

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“It requires immense preparation”: Advice from Afghanistan’s president on how to talk to Trump

Come prepared—very well prepared. And be brief—very brief. That’s first-hand advice from Afghanistan’s president, Ashraf Ghani, on having a productive conversation with US president Donald…

Sweden is deporting a 106-year-old blind Afghan refugee to the “safe” part of Afghanistan

Sweden, long regarded as Europe’s most refugee-friendly country, is no longer making a name from its generosity. The Scandinavian country is on a mission to…

This new muppet on Afghanistan's 'Sesame Street' shows kids how to respect women

Sesame Street has always taught kids valuable lessons. Now, in Afghanistan, those lessons are set to include the importance of gender equality.  The country's version of Sesame Street, Baghch-e-SimSim, last year introduced a character whose aim was to inspire Afghani girls. Now, the show is addi…

Afghanistan's version of 'Sesame Street' promotes gender equality with a new muppet

Afghanistan's version of Sesame Street, Baghch-e-Simsim, introduced a new muppet, Zeerak, who's spreading the importance of women's education. SEE ALSO: A new Sesame Place theme park is moving to the neighborhood Zeerak is the 4-year-old brother of Zari, who made her debut last year. According t…

MOAB Blast in Afghanistan

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Trump compares Chicago violence to Afghanistan

"Afghanistan is not like what's happening in Chicago." President Donald Trump repeated a threat that he would "send in the feds" if law-enforcement officials in the nation's third-largest city fail to reduce the crime rate. During an interview with ABC News' David Muir on We…
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