A partnership of the designer Dr. Rudolf Slaby and a Mr. Beringer, a manufacturing entrepreneur.
One of their principal markets was Japan. the devastating Japanese earthquake of 1923 put the firm in jeopardy, and it was taken over by Danish Industrialist Joergen Rasmussen. Subsequently a gasoline powered two seat timber-bodied car was built in the same Netherlands factory that built DKW motors. The Slaby-Beringer was forerunner of the DKW automobile, now a part of Audi.
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