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The latest technology requires the most skilled heads

It is of no use having the best technologies in the industry unless you can make the most of them.

To ensure that our employees are properly equipped to handle our equipment and production machinery, we regularly arrange courses and other qualification upgradings.

The latest example of this is a course, which we held for our die-sinking electrical discharge machining department, where two German instructors from Makino came to Odense to teach our own specialists in Makino's new software for the electrical discharge machines.

“Of course, such a course is somewhat costly, but it is ultimately a good investment. We make sure that our employees can utilise the software and thus the machines optimally, so that we can further improve the quality and the delivery reliability,” says Managing Director Aage Agergaard.

Sparring and knowledge exchange is important
Similarly, two employees from the test moulding department and the design department, respectively, recently participated in a user group meeting in Copenhagen on the latest developments in Moldex3D, our flow analysis software.

“Here, our employees solved some practical cases in cooperation with other industry specialists. That kind of sparring and knowledge exchange is really important for a high-tech company like ours,” concludes Aage Agergaard.