Follow our journey over the last 4 decades
1st July: Scaletronic ApS is started by Kim Lyneborg and Lauritz Holmstrøm, both of whom were previously employed at the electronics department in ANRA, which closed. The company starts in a 50 m2 basement in Vesterbro, Copenhagen, dealing with “Tailor-made” electronic controls as a subcontractor for other weighing companies.
The company moved to Taastrup to 120m2 building with offices and a workshop. Pictured is our logo from this era.
Initiated a collaboration with a newly established computer company for computer repair. This will spread the activities to other industries so that the company becomes less dependent on just scales.
The company designed and produced its own computer with multitask basic software.
Move to 400m2 premises in Taastrup with larger offices and better production space.
Startup of Commodore Service Partner with company in Vejle, so that we become a nationwide computer service and repair centre.
The company buys SK-Vægte and takes over the employees. At the same time, an agency for scales from England becomes available.
We sold our sister company Commodore Service Partner to the company in Vejle so that Scaletronic could focus on scales nationwide.
29 November: Launched our first website on www.scaletronic.dk displaying our weigh scale product offering.
We began to design and manufacture our first dimension scanners for parcels.
2007Scaletronic Dimension Scanners get MID approved
Scaletronic automatic scales get MID approved
We begin to design and manufacture parcel sortation systems.
2017Scaletronic gets new Directors and new investment
2017We expand into the UK market with our own office in Sheffield.
2017We rebrand to modernise our appearance and launch a new webshop for scales in Denmark and a new website to promote Dimension Scanners globally.
Turnover increase and 4 new team members onboard.
We moved to new, larger premises in Denmark to make space for our dramatic growth.
Three new team members in the first 5 weeks of 2019.
We start 2021 with a new offices in Germany and Sweden