Jorgensen Engineering

Jorgensen Engineering develops, produces, and markets equipment and complete packaging handling systems for the food, pet food and health care industries. See our range of products.

Jorgensen Engineering in numbers:

  • 130+ employees
  • Annual turnover of approx. 40 million €
  • Project know-how since 1933
  • Engineer capacity: more than 50% of staff

Our mission

We are a customer oriented company, and through competent, flexible and creative employees we create innovative and profitable solutions.

Our vision

  • We want to be the leading brand and the preferred partner for complete plants within packaging handling — primarily for the food industry.
  • We want to be an attractive workplace, which attracts and retains competent and dedicated employees.

Benefits from working with us

  • User driven innovation
  • Focus on results and keeping promises
  • A dedicated, customer oriented approach
  • Documented experience since 1933
  • Focus on project management
  • Flat organization with informal and quick-decision culture

Company ownership

  • XANO Industri AB

Code of conduct

  • XANO Industri AB and its subsidiaries (“the Group”) must, as a minimum, comply with the laws and regulations in each country where we conduct business.
  • The Group must live up to the expectations created by sales and marketing activities, and be sensitive to the needs and requirements of its various stakeholders.
  • Through close, long-term collaboration with its various stakeholders, the Group must bring about changes leading to sustainable development.
  • As far as possible, the Group must work to promote open communication in respect of employees and the outside world, without jeopardizing the confidentiality of trade secrets or of individual personal data.
  • The Group must actively choose business partners who stand for the same values.

Employees

  • The Group must respect the ILO’s core conventions, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, national legislation concerning minimum wages and overtime, as well as fundamental environmental, health and safety requirements.
  • Furthermore, each employee is responsible for conducting themselves correctly towards colleagues, employers and business partners.

Operating principles

  • The Group must respect the principles of generally accepted business practice and comply with the Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute’s Economic Code providing guidance to companies as to how gifts, rewards and other benefits associated with the business world may be used to promote the company’s operations.
  • The Group must contribute to sustainable development in the local community.
  • The Group must comply with applicable competition laws.
  • The Group must remain neutral in political and religious matters.
  • The Group must work actively to develop products and processes so as to achieve the highest possible level of safety and quality.
  • The Group must work continuously on reducing its environmental impact through the active selection of raw materials, processes and transport methods.

Our history — from forge to turnkey supplier

  • 1933: Bøg Jørgensens Maskinfabrik (Jorgensen Engineering) is founded by Rasmus Bøg Jørgensen and the core business is fruit & vegetable processing equipment
  • 1955: Paul Bøg Jørgensen, son of Rasmus Bøg, is taking over the management
  • 1960: The company expands and moves to new premises on Svendborgvej, Hjallese
  • 1970: New business era is starting up with focus on conveying and retort handling systems
  • 1972: The Irish subsidiary “Little Island Engineering” is established
  • 1975: The Australian subsidiary “Tripax Engineering” is acquired
  • 1982: New company name is introduced: Jorgensen Engineering a/s
  • 2006: The leading washing handling specialist “brüel international a/s” is acquired
  • 2010: Subsidiary Little Island Eng. is sold
  • 2011: After more than 50 years Jorgensen moves to a new and contemporary domicile in the business area Tietgen Byen in Odense
  • 2014: Subsidiary Tripax Engineering is sold
  • 2015: Subsidiary brüel international divested
  • 2016: Jorgensen becomes a member of XANO Group