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Fisker supplies new pellet bag palletising system to SDK

One of Denmark’s leading shipping and logistics companies, SDK (previously known as has updated its first packing line for the packing of wood pellets in bags at its premises in Køge outside Copenhagen with a new palletising system supplied by compatriot Fisker Skanderborg A/S (Fisker).

In Denmark, SDK (previously known as has updated its first packing line for the packing of wood pellets in bags with a new palletising system from Fisker Skanderborg (Fisker). The updated packing line is an excellent supplement to the complete packing line supplied by Fisker at the beginning of 2018 (photo courtesy Fisker).

SDK offers bagging of goods in connection with their customers’ shipping activities. The company enables its customers to combine the advantages of sea transport with the possibility of preparing their products for distribution to the end-users. This activity is carried out at several packaging lines, where the customers’ products can be packed in bags in accordance with their individual needs.

At the beginning of 2018, increased its capacity from one to two packing lines, and Fisker Skanderborg was responsible for developing, supplying, and installing the new line, in addition to adapting the existing line, for instance by replacing the roller conveyors when combining the two packing lines.

In connection with their need to buy a new palletising system, SDK chose to continue its excellent collaboration with Fisker, who supplied a palletising system that precisely matches the customer’s needs.

We are very pleased to continue our excellent collaboration with It is always a pleasure to be able to grow together with a customer, commented Peter M. Henningsen, Sales Manager at Fisker.

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