Our social responsibility ensures that our processes and products do not have a negative impact on our customer's brand, people's health or our environment.
A secure, safe and healthy workplace is one of the most important sustainability issues for Jorgensen and we continually strive to ensure a good working environment with regards to both physical and psychosocial factors.
We are a longtime member of Sedex (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange) and SMETA 4-Pillar audited. The Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit ensures our customers responsible sourcing and transparency within labor standards, health and safety in the workplace, environment and ethical business practices.
Jorgensen Engineering is a member of the XANO Group which develops, acquires and operates manufacturing businesses with unique or market-leading products and systems with related services. XANO publishes annual reports on sustainability status and initiatives within the group.
Jorgensen Engineering installs complete production facilities for the international food industry all over the world. The facilities' capacity and efficiency are ranked among the very best in the sector, contributing to secure, reliable production operations for customers. "At Jorgensen, we know how important it is for the customer's facility to be able to produce 24/7, all year round, and through new technology we are effectively minimising the risk of costly operational stoppages. With the aid of AR technology, our experts can now rapidly be 'on site' with the customer," says Jens Nyeng, then CEO of Jorgensen.
The AR technology means that the customer's operator can easily get in direct contact with Jorgensen's experts in Denmark, in real time. Using special AR glasses, Jorgensen's employees can see exactly what the person on the site is seeing, which makes the work considerably easier. These glasses also provide the customer with information about the efficiency of the facility, any maintenance requirements, as well as access to manuals.
"You could say that our AR solutions are reducing the geographic distance, and when you have customers all over the world, like we do, this provides major benefits both for them and for us. We can now provide effective support in real time, no matter where in the world our customers are located," says Jens, who also emphasises the significant environmental benefits due to the reduction in air travel.
VR technology has also produced substantial benefits for Jorgensen's customers. Large amounts of data can be analysed much more quickly than was possible just a few years ago, which is creating increased efficiency and customer benefit.
"When we are designing large-scale facilities for our customers, we can present the facility in a VR environment in advance. This allows the customer to get a feel for what the system will look like before it is produced and installed," says Jens.
All in all, this helps to optimise the customer’s investment, minimise the installation time and rectify any faults before the facility is put into production. To all intents and purposes, the customer can test new products in a virtual environment before they are produced in a real one. This increases food safety, delivery reliability and, not least, the security of Jorgensen's customers.