Denmark Business Report 2017

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SiccaDania’s technology and engineering elevate dairy, starch and food processing

SiccaDania builds on its Danish heritage to supply best-in-class solutions for processing dairy, starch and food products

PUBLISHED : Friday, 30 June, 2017, 3:25pm
UPDATED : Friday, 30 June, 2017, 3:25pm

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In an industry as strictly regulated as infant formula manufacturing, gaining the trust of major players speaks volumes of the quality commitment and technology leadership of engineering firm SiccaDania. Hailing from a country renowned for its contributions in the global food processing and dairy industries, SiccaDania builds on its Danish heritage to supply best-in-class solutions for processing dairy, starch and food products.

“There are very strong traditions in Denmark for building the best dairy technology worldwide. SiccaDania has been successful in getting the best people together in the industry to form a Danish group focused on bringing the best of process technology back to the market and providing customers with innovative solutions that are second to none,” says CEO Søren Sten Rasmussen.

Specialising in evaporation and drying technologies, SiccaDania provides standalone solutions or complete process lines. It also possesses the capability to train personnel and integrate larger turnkey projects. Understanding how quality comes with a price, SiccaDania can also help customers identify financial resources for turnkey and greenfield projects.

SiccaDania’s subsidiaries located in France, New Zealand, China and Singapore, along with its agents and partners, enable the company to serve and support many geographical markets.

As food preferences grow more sophisticated in Asia, SiccaDania aims to bring in more of its Danish expertise to the region. SiccaDania is already collaborating with players from the region, and is open to work with more companies to further raise their manufacturing quality standards.

“We are trying to bridge Denmark as a technology centre and Asia as the target market. We aim to be recognised as the leading technology supplier in our field – not necessarily the biggest nor the cheapest, but the one with the best technology,” Rasmussen says.