8 Mar, 2022

ICC project approved

Large ICC project for HMK Bilcon approved by the Danish Business Authority

The Danish production company HMK Bilcon based in North Jutland has been approved by the Danish Business Authority for a major ICC project (Industrial Co-operation Contract) with a large foreign international group within the defense industry.

The approval has been granted due to the company’s extensive know-how in welding and 40 years of experience in the production of special vehicles for the defense industry.

An additional reason why this opportunity has arisen is that the company, as one of the first in its industry, has achieved an ISO-14001 certification within environmental management.

The project is an advanced technology transfer project, where the company as the only company in Denmark receives training for blacksmiths for the special international welding certifications for armored steel.

Furthermore, the experienced project house ADMG (Advanced Digital Manufacturing Group) from Holstebro will help to ensure a much greater degree of automation, digitization, and knowledge transfer within robot welding in several types of metals to HMK Bilcon.

The project has been awarded, after 1 year of massive preparations and is now underway. The activities will run over the next few years and are expected to contribute to a long-term, specialized collaboration with major international groups within the global defense industry.

“We are incredibly proud that we have succeeded in getting the project approved, which is another important segment in HMK Bilcon’s strategy. For many years, we have delivered special vehicles and containers of the highest quality to the defense in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, and we look forward to being able to deliver new quality products in armoured steel “, says CEO Peter Jensby.

“ADMG are highly skilled specialists within” Digital Manufacturing “, and we look forward to the collaboration, which will certainly result in a larger product portfolio for the defense industry”, concludes Peter Jensby.