The Confederation of Danish Industry Denmark Highlights Aluminium Expertise in Düsseldorf
Around 1,000 exhibitors and 27,000 visitors from 100 nations are expected at the world fair Aluminium. Danish exhibitors will also be present at the world's largest industry meeting place.
One of the 12 exhibitors at the joint stand of Denmark will be Migatronic A/S, which will be presenting a collaborating welding robot. The small automation solution Cowelder can be used flexibly and, according to the company, guarantees uniform welding seams of consistently high quality. For the first time, Pipetek A/S will also be at the trade fair. The company specializes in bending of pipes made of a wide variety of materials and operates worldwide in the fields of wind power plant construction, the construction machinery, food, oil and pharmaceutical industries, as well as for the automotive sector.
Skamol A/S develops, produces and markets insulation materials for a wide range of heat-intensive industries. At Aluminium, the company will be presenting insulation solutions for buildings and industrial applications that achieve significant energy savings. Skamol has been supplying the aluminum industry with insulation solutions for over 50 years. Sjølund A/S has been one of the exhibitors at the Danish joint stand for many years. The company has already proven its expertise in profile construction several times, for example by supplying over 10,000 different 3D rolled window profiles for a building in Dubai.
Alu Parts ApS is a traditional supplier and demonstrates its expertise in the shaping, processing and finishing of high-quality aluminum components.
Tubes, Plates and Profiles Made of Aluminum as Custom-Made Products
Alumeco A/S is one of the market leaders in Scandinavia and is represented at 27 locations worldwide. With three production sites in Denmark and Germany, Alumeco supplies tubes, sheets and profiles made of aluminum as special "just-in-time" products. The German subsidiary Alcobra will participate in the fair with its own stand (Hall 12, Stand 45).
The Danish Material Network (DMN) will also present itself and, for example, showcase projects that they coordinate between universities, industrial companies and the public sector.
Gustav Østergaards Maskinfabrik A/S is Denmark's oldest rolling mill. The company uses various cold rolling and cold bending processes to roll profiles and sheets for cladding, but also for rehabilitation and medical technology.
Aluminum Competence as a Stable Economic Factor
The Danish company Hai Horsens has more than 60 years of experience in the surface treatment of aluminum and has already developed and manufactured claddings for numerous buildings, including Cuprum where a copper surface has been imitated. Since the color is integrated during the anodizing process, its stability is guaranteed, and corrosion excluded, Hai says.
Secure A/S has also been part of the group of Danish exhibitors for several years and has already attracted a lot of attention with its wide range of casting processes, the company claims. As one of the few foundry companies, Secure uses five different casting processes to produce parts for lamps, medical equipment, fans or gearboxes.
"We cordially invite trade fair visitors to our stand to find out about the expertise of Danish companies in the field of aluminum," says Jim Hansen, Senior Consultant of the Aluminium Association in the Confederation of Danish Industry, during the run-up to the trade fair. He points out that Denmark will again be a partner of the fair this year. Whether in the field of lightweight construction, design, automation or customer-oriented precision work — aluminum competence is a stable business for Danish companies.
The Scandinavians will be represented at three different stands: in Hall 10, Stand 71 and in Hall 12, Stands 15 and 45.
This article was first published by blechnet