Facit used to be a very successful Swedish company manufacturing mechanical calculators that quickly went down to its final demise by not being able to adapt to the shift towards electronic calculators in the 1970s (A common problem faced by similar companies, known as Facitfällan or "the Facit trap" in Sweden). Facit also sold, for a short time, a (sortof) home computer, the Facit DTC, and was active in the typewriter and punchcard and stripe business.
When browsing through eBay I found the following picture on an eBay ad (link might expire) for a Sharp MZ-800 computer:
(Facit-Addo was created when Facit acquired one of its main competitors, Addo, in 1966).
This doesn't seem to be a simple trader's label, as it seems to be specifically made for the Sharp.
Here's the whole computer:
I was not aware that Facit was ever into the home computer market beyond the DTC: Does anyone know why the Facit trademark appears on a Sharp MZ-800?