The Jensen-Group weathers the storm in a troubling year

The Jensen-Group report a revenue of 245.2 million Euro for 2020.

In their press release they say that this ‘respectable business performance results from the strong market position of the Jensen-Group and its products’ and they estimate that markets will recover by 2022.

They state that their investment in new markets including Asia are creating healthy and sustainable growth opportunities and that they made significant progress in securing large, high-tech projects in partnership with Inwatec, Denmark supporting their strategy to be industry leaders and innovators in applying robotics and AI (Artificial Intelligence) to laundry automation processes. In the near future, the Jensen-Group will invest in a 40 per cent increase in the shareholding in Inwatec ApS, Denmark, after having purchased 30 per cent in 2018. Their new product developments are targeted at reducing energy and water consumption as well as increasing the throughput and up-time of our equipment. MetriQ, the new loading station for garments, is setting new benchmarks regarding ergonomics and productivity.

GeniusFlow is another example that gives proof how data can boost the efficiency in laundries. The interface allows a simpler management of garment batches and reduces the number of late garments to be processed manually. Robots, like the Evolution Spider for the automatic separation, feeding and placing of towels into the towel folder as well as the THOR series from Inwatec (both for garments and for linen) have gained in popularity.

The Jensen-Group report a revenue of 245.2 million Euro for 2020.

In their press release they say that this ‘respectable business performance results from the strong market position of the Jensen-Group and its products’ and they estimate that markets will recover by 2022.

They state that their investment in new markets including Asia are creating healthy and sustainable growth opportunities and that they made significant progress in securing large, high-tech projects in partnership with Inwatec, Denmark supporting their strategy to be industry leaders and innovators in applying robotics and AI (Artificial Intelligence) to laundry automation processes. In the near future, the Jensen-Group will invest in a 40 per cent increase in the shareholding in Inwatec ApS, Denmark, after having purchased 30 per cent in 2018. Their new product developments are targeted at reducing energy and water consumption as well as increasing the throughput and up-time of our equipment. MetriQ, the new loading station for garments, is setting new benchmarks regarding ergonomics and productivity.

GeniusFlow is another example that gives proof how data can boost the efficiency in laundries. The interface allows a simpler management of garment batches and reduces the number of late garments to be processed manually. Robots, like the Evolution Spider for the automatic separation, feeding and placing of towels into the towel folder as well as the THOR series from Inwatec (both for garments and for linen) have gained in popularity.

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