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Hjerno's specialists solved the "insoluble" task in one week

Sometimes stubbornness pays off.

Stubbornness is in all modesty one of the most important virtues of Hjerno Tool Factory, and time after time that characteristic shows its worth.

“Even when we have really tricky projects, we never give up. Of course, this stubbornness does cost us some money, but it also helps us to raise the bar. Because every time we end up solving a task in an unexpected way, we get some new know-how and knowledge,” says Managing Director Aage Agergaard. 

Insoluble task could be solved anyway

The stubbornness has recently shown its worth in a specific project involving two-component tools, where both the customer and the customer's client were convinced that manufacturing was not possible under the given conditions.

“But we set up a team of specialists who, in just one week, came up with a solution that enabled the production of an effective tool that could mould the "impossible" samples. And this subsequently resulted in an order for a larger series of tools for the project,” says Aage Agergaard.

The specialists of the specific project were hand-picked from Hjerno's initial squad of experts, who are used on virtually every task. You can read more about the expert group here

Winning formula of stubbornness and specialist knowledge

According to Aage Agergaard, the actual project is yet another good example that Hjerno as one of Scandinavia's largest tool factories wins many orders on its combination of tenacity, access to many new production technologies and a wide field of in-house specialists.

"The combination of stubbornness and specialist knowledge is really part of what propels us as a company, together with our size, which allows us to simultaneously produce a larger series of tools at the same time," says Aage Agergaard, adding:

"And I actually cannot remember taking on tasks that we did not solve."