At Sanistål we are 1,600 employees who every day do everything that we can to surprise positively. We want every day, to prove that it is the human factor that makes the difference for both the cooperation and the business.
From us you can get everything in the field of plumbing, water and drainage installations, fittings, electrical engineering, tools, machinery, engineering, steel and metal. As an innovative wholesaler, we are always ready to challenge and create new purchasing-, competence- and logistics concepts that develops your competitive power. You can order online or at one of our sellers or you can find what you need in our nationwide retail network.
Alumeco is an international trading company founded in 1983 with headquarters in Odense, Denmark. Alumeco is providing aluminium solutions for the metal-consuming industries. As a global supplier and partner we have a far-reaching, international contact network as well as numerous subsidiaries in Europe, North America and China. Via extensive investments in the company's physical framework and modern machinery, Alumeco has at its disposal one of the largest stocks of aluminium in Northern Europe, its own coil centre, as well as two fully automatic high rack systems. All these initiatives combined make it possible for us to meet our customers’ requirements and adapt to market developments, and by doing so we always guarantee the best possible service.
Seier Capital is a privately held venture capital investment company, owned by Lars Seier. We hold a broad portfolio of investments across a wide range of industries, as well as a variety of sponsorships. The categories we are involved in range from finance and technology to various projects within the realms of culinary art, fashion, sports and entertainment.
On top of providing financial support, Seier Capital also comprises an excellent team of advisors, as well as a wide network of supporting resources for the companies they invest in. This provides a great infrastructure that up-and-coming companies often don't have access to otherwise, and allows the companies and projects we cooperate with to leverage their own capabilities much more efficiently to deliver greater value for the benefit of everyone.
AGA and The Linde group produces and distributes the atmospheric gases oxygen, nitrogen and argon, all of which are manufactured in our own air separation plants.
Our product portfolio also ranges from hydrogen, acetylene, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide, to shielding gases for welding applications, noble gases and high-purity specialty gases.
We also develop and distribute procedures and systems for gas applications all over the world in several technological application centres.
At Swagelok we believe in tight connections. It provides security and safety, enabling us to continiously improve and develop our solutions as well as our internal and external working relationships.
We supply tight connections in components such as fittings, tubes, hoses and valves in systems that transports fluids under the most extreme conditions, from the ocean floor to the skies above. This is only possible thanks to tight connections between associates and to our customers, supplier networks and distributors worldwide.
Every day, we go to work and perform a little better than the previous day. This is how we improve ourselves and how we continiously increase the value we provide to our customers. At Swagelok we don’t just live up to the standard of tight connections - we set the standard. This has been the case since 1947 and still is, for even the best can always improve.
PH Spaanteknik A/S is a Danish machine shop, specializing in CNC turning and milling. On top of making high quality products in all sorts of materials, sizes and complexities, we offer both prototype manufacturing as well as full on production runs with large quantities of parts. We do this by having a team of extremely skilled technicians and machinists, as well as a state-of-the-art machine shop, filled to the brim with Mazak machines. On top of this, we're ISO 9001:2008 certified, documenting our extensive quality control ability.
If you want high quality parts, competitive prices and thorough advice throughout the process, we're the perfect fit for your next project.
PG Flowteknik is a component supplier for everything fluid. Valves, fittings, instruments - high pressure, cryogenic - you name it. We can get our hands on almost everything you need, whether you're in a pharmaceutical laboratory or on an oil platform.
Through collaboration with big brand suppliers such as Hy-Lok and Jaksa, and with more than 30 years of accumulated experience in the industry, PG Flowteknik is an excellent choice for all gas and liquid control systems. We deliver honest and technically competent advice to give you the best solution, both in the short and long term, to save you money and time.
The global distributor for engineers - RS Components is a trading brand of Electrocomponents PLC. With operations in 32 countries, we offer around 500,000 products through the internet, catalogues and at trade counters to over one million customers, shipping more than 44,000 parcels a day. Our products, sourced from 2,500 leading suppliers, include semiconductors, interconnect, passives and electromechanical, automation and control, electrical, test and measurement, tools and consumables.
The Danish Technological Institute is a leading research and technology company with 112 years of history. We help our customers in converting the newest knowledge and technology into value. We are experts in production, materials, life science, business, energy, agro technology, meat research and more.
DTU Skylab is the innovation hub located at Lyngby campus at DTU, Technical University of Denmark. We focus on enabling student innovation and entrepreneurship through our three focus areas; student innovation, company collaboration and academia. It is important to us to welcome all DTU students and affiliated students, therefore student innovation include everything from smaller student projects, case solving on courses and student start-ups.
Dansk Selskab for Rumforskning blev stiftet 20. september 1949, og er i dag et fællesskab for rumaktiviteter i Danmark og for deltagelse i internationalt samarbejde bl.a. gennem medlemskab af den Internationale Astronautiske Føderation, IAF, www.iafastro.org. Selskabet er åbent for nye medlemmer og arbejder med at udbrede kendskabet til rumfart og rumforskning samt at fremme og styrke de internationale relationer og muligheder for danske studerende, institutioner og virksomheder. Selskabet driver hjemmesiden rumfart.dk med information om rumrelaterede emner og nyheder inden for alle discipliner under rumfartsforskning. Selskabet udgiver også magasinet ”Dansk Rumfart”, der indeholder artikler på dansk skrevet af personer der beskæftiger sig professionelt med rumfart og rumforskning. Læs mere her.
Polyteknisk Forening, in short PF, is the student union at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). It translates to "Polytechnical Association", but only the Danish name is used. With a history of 170 years, PF is a traditional association that is strongly rooted in the culture of DTU and has great influence at the university.
PF is independent of political parties. The work and policies of the association is decided by the active members in PF’s committees, who are all students. PF is involved in practically all aspects of student life. We usually divide our work in three parts - political, academic and social.
Copenhagen Suborbitals is the world’s only manned, amateur space program. Since 2011, we’ve built and flown 4 homebuilt rockets and space capsules from our launch platform in the Baltic Sea, and some day one of us will fly into space. It’s all crowdfunded and nonprofit, and has only come this far because people all over the world donate money that pay the materials, tools and rent. Our goal is simple: To fly an amateur astronaut into space and safely back. We’re an association of unpaid, volunteering members and we build our rockets in a workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark. That requires many different skills, so we’re a very diverse group, from blacksmiths to rocket scientist. We all do this in our spare time, working regular day jobs on the side. The budgets are microscopic compared to professional space programs, so our guiding principle is to build space craft as simple and cheap as possible.
DanSTAR is Denmark's first and only student rocketry organization, currently with more than 20 members. Our vision is to bring people together across different institutions and institutes at the Technical University of Denmark, to build a reusable sounding rocket. This will allow us to participate in the competition "Spaceport America Cup", along with 100 other student organisations from around the world, who will compete against each other. This puts us in quite a unique position, which allows us to attract interest of various groups, particularly in technical environments, which can allow our sponsors valuable exposure.
We've been featured in various media, including one of the biggest technical publications in Denmark, Ingeniøren. Our exposure will only increase as we move closer to our goal. On top of this, we're proud to present our sponsors on our website with a logo, a description and a link to their page. We'll also be implementing sponsor plaques on various equipment, including the test stand and most likely the rockets themselves. One of the primary goals of our association is to help facilitate knowledge about space technology and share our experiences. These include the technical challenges, and our methods and solutions to overcome them, as well as the social aspect of cooperating and managing complex projects. As part of that goal, we actively work with public relations, for example through our facebook page and at various events, where we also frequently are able to promote our sponsors.
On top of the benefits gained by helping us, there's obviously also the aspect of simply supporting student initiatives and helping us out. In order to achieve our goal, we rely completely on industrial and academic partners and sponsors. If you are interested in cooperating with us and want to support our journey, whether with materials, advice or money, feel free to contact us. We're looking for everything from metal tubes and carbon fiber to roll-up banners and plane tickets.