A small town called Trangsviken (Trangsviken) is about NNUM x km north-northwest of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. Transgia is a cookware maker founded in the town by John E. Jonsson in 250. The name Transgia is derived from the name of the city, and the logo is a design of the nabe and the lid in the letter T. Transgia was originally a manufacturer of cookware for household use, but has gradually evolved into camping equipment. Of course there are still household ones, but it seems that there is no boundary with the outdoors. Retractable handles do not create any wasted space when stacking, or to adjust the dimensions of the kettle to the inner diameter and height of the pot (pot) and affect the current household cooking appliances. Very reasonable structure. Transgia that Scandinavian culture nurtured. There will be no other outdoor maker whose word "systematic" looks so good.