DANSK TEKNOLOGI develops and implements production systems for mass production of products of a highly varied nature.

Over the last 30 years, we have developed and manufactured more than 90 production systems within manufacturing -, assembly - and robot technology. Upon delivery, we do running-in and staff training at DANSK TEKNOLOGI and installation of the system at the customer site. For several systems, we also run a service agreement.

Project examples include assembly systems for NovoLet (Novo Nordisk), brake pad robot systems (Roulunds/Maersk), the world’s fastest robot systems for fish processing (Lumetech) and packaging machines for catheters (Coloplast).

Most of the developed systems have been manufactured in our workshop in a series of units (more about manufacturing).

Production system projects
Examples of production system projects completed by DANSK TEKNOLOGI:
Production system (Stripping System) for sorting used flight catering tableware. For Gate Gourmet
Assembly system for NovoLet. For Novo Nordisk
 Robot based assembly system for hearing aids. For Oticon
Calibration equipment for CD drive. For Bang & Olufsen
 Cutting robot for processing of fish using high pressure stream of water. For Lumetech
 Production system for fully automated manufacturing of single-use catheters. For Maersk Medical
Robot system for manufacturing of brake pads. For Roulunds/A.P. Moller - Maersk
Robot system for palletising buckets of paint. For Hempel 
Automatic control measuring equipment. For Roulunds/A.P. Moller - Maersk
 Automated assembly system to check electronics for circulator pumps. For Grundfos
 High bay warehouse system (Shuttle) for storing and cooling of flight trolleys with food. For Gate Gourmet
Assembly system for ECG electrodes. For Ambu Medicotest
Production equipment for manufacturing of asbestos-free plades of slate. For Dansk Etanikfabrik/FLS
Production system for manufacturing of deli cheese. For Tholstrup Cheese/Arla
Production system for automated packing of catheters. For Coloplast

Outline of general project cases


In Berlingske regarding close cooperation with AIRBUS

"... The company's close joint effort with AIRBUS started around four years ago, when the European airplane manufacturer contacted DANSK TEKNOLOGI. Normally, AIRBUS prefers to collaborate with large, broadly known companies, but highly unusual, the aerospace giant gave the small Danish company a challenge: The development of a high-tech, robust galley system that weighs and takes up less space than existing galleys..."