José Sitzenstatter

José Sitzenstatter moved to Stockholm in the mid-1880s to reinforce the Bell company's Stockholms Bell Telefonaktiebolag subsidiary, which considered that it was seriously threatened by a local newcomer, Stockholms Allmänna Telefonaktiebolag (SAT). Bell's Swedish subsidiary asked its US parent company for assistance, and the answer was Sitzenstatter.

In 1888, SAT acquired the majority of the shares in Stockholm Bell, thus terminating the American company's role in Stockholm.

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