Bramidan invests in robot technology for welding of baler chambers, in order to meet future demands of the market


Source: Bramidan Balers

We want to streamline and automate the process in our welding department, and therefore we installed two new welding robots. Our aim is to make the production flow even more efficient, to keep the wage share in the company as low as possible and at the same time preserve Danish jobs.

Guests from Blue Equity attended the start up of a new robot

The latest welding robot, supplied by Valk Welding in Holland, was mounted and started this week by factory manager Niels Grue Sandberg together with Jørgen Mads Clausen and Niels Duedahl, both members of the board in Blue Equity, which owns 70 procent of Bramidan A/S. It is the first of several welding robot systems fed semi-automatic and producing chambers for vertical balers. The system is flexible andhandles one unit production.

Jørgen Mads Clausen and Niels Duedahl next to Bramidan welding robot
PHOTO: Jørgen Mads Clausen (left) and Niels Duedahl (right) watching plant manager Niels Sandberg starting up the welding robot. 

During the demonstration of the two new robots Jørgen Mads Clausen explained: ”It is a strategic decision to maintain Bramidan jobs in Denmark, and therefore it is necessary to automate with the latest technology.' And Niels Duedahl added: ”It is nice to see companies investing in local jobs – it is full of promise to the future of the region.”

Henrik Dueholm Madsen gives a quided tour in the Bramidan factory

PHOTO:  Henrik Dueholm  Madsen CEO gives a guided tour in the factory to the board members from Blue Equity, who are listening interested, among others Brian Mikkelsen, also member of the Danish parliament.

Robot operators - a new job area within the company

CEO at Bramidan A/S, Henrik Dueholm Madsen is pleased with the investment and elaborates: ”We are in the process of upgrading our company to a modern production plant and look forward to delivering the machines that future customers demand, quickly and efficiently. Over the next couple of years we will invest in further robot technology, and therefore we will need more robot operators, a quite new job category at Bramidan.”

With the new flexible and adaptable factory, Bramidan extends its production platform in Denmark and continues to supply vertical balers worldwide. 

Pølsevogn fra Slagter Theigaard og Bramidan medarbejdere i kø

The initiation and introduction of new welding robots was celebrated with grilled sausages from a hot-dog stand outside in the yard, which both guests and employees enjoyed under a blue sky and sunshine.

Bramidan medarbejdere får pølser og brød ved pølsevogn i solskin

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