Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, Smart Cities, Waste Management & Recycling
The Virtual Exhibition for Your Sustainable Business Development in South East Europe
The on-line platform that enables the contact between providers and users of energy efficient & green, smart & environmental solutions and technologies
VIRTUAL EXHIBITION 2018
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Represented by MOLINOS AFAU, S.L.
With more than 140 years of developing, projecting and producing advanced machinery for feed production plants, full-line pig farms, grain storage and handling plants and seed processing, SKIOLD is today one of the most preferred partners in these fields and delivers projects all over the world.
As it will appear from the following, you will find SKIOLD feed production plants, grain storage and handling plants, full-line pig farms, and seed processing plants installed in countries almost all over the world. This has given us considerable international experience and knowledge of local conditions and the challenges these sometimes imply.
Our farms and plants are individually designed and constructed specifically to meet our customers’ detailed demands. Yet, our use of a module/section concept provides for simplicity and an optimum plant and farm design, easy implementation, and not to forget an unproblematic operation.
SKIOLD makes the difference - our equipment is a future-proof investment.
SKIOLD is committed to identifying, designing, and developing quality solutions that will increase productivity and efficiency for our customers, and at the same time reduce energy consumption and operating cost.
Cooperation with professional producers and advisors in Denmark and abroad ensures a balanced and modern product program that meets the increasing demands for services which guarantee competitiveness.
Developing and producing advanced machinery as well as projecting complete plants within all of our 4 business segments
Owned by Solix Group
Group CEO Mr. Samuel Waldorph
Export ratio 90 %
Subsidiaries in 10 countries
Headquarters in Denmark