RACO HISTORY

The RACO brand originated in the early 50s, when manufacturer E. Lindberg Rasmussen, inspired by abandoned parts from the English army, began to manufacture battery pole shoes and more.
The pole shoes were then cast in lead. Later it became brass.
The company was then located in the Copenhagen area, but in 1988 the activities were taken over by the company Tajco in Grindsted, where the brand was sold side by side with Tajco tailpipes.

In 2007, the goods were again separated from Tajco, and the company RACO A / S was established, at the same time all activities were moved to Holsted.
In the autumn of 2015, RACO A / S will gather its activities in new premises in Overgade 4, Holsted

RACO products have always been known for their high quality. Battery pole shoes and charging terminals are, for example, made of cast brass, which has an excellent conductivity for electricity, and the products have for many years been exported to customers all over Europe.

GSE is now a part of RACO