Ib Andresen Industri has EN 1090 in hand

This spring’s revelations about a lack of certifications and errors in performance declarations do not apply to Ib Andresen Industri. The company has its EN 1090 procedures in hand.

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Bigger steel sheets to maximise utilisation

The cutting lines at Ib Andresen Industri’s Steel Service Centre handle coils that are 2150 mm wide. This makes it possible to optimise steel-sheet processing.

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Steel for Aarhus Light Rail

We are tasked with manufacturing platforms for Denmark’s first light rail system, in Aarhus. This will take place during the spring in cooperation with Aarsleff Rail A/S.

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Largest solar-heating facility in the world

Ib Andresen Industri has supplied the steel for the largest solar-heating facility in the world.

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Included in yet another large-scale solar project

The steel supplier has once again delivered steel to a large-scale Danish solar project, this time in Fårvang, near Silkeborg. The solar park came about in cooperation with Pure & Better Energy.

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Supplying steel for prestigious project

Alsik is a 70-metre tall conference hotel that will grace the Sønderborg waterfront. Ib Andresen Industri is providing the cladding, together with Skandinaviska Glassystem.

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Profit for the year 2015/16

IAI Holding A/S, which is Ib Andresen Industri A/S’s parent company, ended the 2015/16 financial year with a profit of DKK 24.5 million before tax, compared with a deficit of DKK 98 million before tax in 2014/15.

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New certificate benefits our customers, the environment and our bottom line

Ib Andresen Industri’s obligation to work for a greener environment is now documented with the environmental certificate ISO 14001:2015.

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Steel as an Architectural Refinement

Steel can do more than serve as the load-bearing structure. Steel can also be an ideal choice as a cladding material.

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Tomorrow’s Industrial Production

Ib Andresen Industri and LINAK jointly set the standard for future models of collaboration and industrial production in Denmark.

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