Our cases

Different industries, different solutions


Haarslev has over 100 years of experience in the mastering of processes all around the world, for many different types of industries. Below you find a selection of our business cases and reference movies.

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Haarslev Solutions – São Salvador Alimentos, New Venice Brazil

See our reference movie from São Salvador Alimentos in New Venice Brazil

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Haarslev Solutions – Pelagia, Bodø, Norway

See our reference movie from Pelagia, Bodø, Norway

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Haarslev Solutions – Prestage Foods of Iowa, USA

See our reference movie from Prestage Foods of Iowa

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Haarslev Solutions – Esto Fish, Estonia

See our reference movie from Esto Fish

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Haarslev Solutions – Baiada, Australia

See our reference movie from Baiada

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Haarslev Solutions – Clemens Food Group, USA

See our reference movie from Clemens Food Group

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At its Zaragoza plant (El Burgo de Ebro) SAICA uses recycled paper for the production of corrugated paper.

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Lynetten, the largest sewage treatment plant in Denmark, treats industrial and municipal waste water of 1.1 million PE, corresponding to 3.2 million liters of waste water every day.

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Almarai, with its headquarters in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, is a leading company in the Middle East for food and beverages, including fresh and long-life dairy products.

Taking care
of tomorrow

Haarslev Global Services makes sure your business keeps on going

Downtime is the worst for all companies. You just have to avoid it at all costs. Our systems have been designed to ensure maximum uptime.
Haarslev Global Services department helps keep your plant running reliably, efficiently and profitably every day of the year.

Highly trained experts are available to give you the best advice when it comes to mastering your processes and by implementing the right procedures for maintenance and spare parts stock, you will be able to:

  • guarantee your throughput
  • obtain more yield per product
  • achieve a reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Harald Petersen
Mechanical Engineer