Asnaes, May 21th 2013
The Danish Minister of Defence, Mr. Nick Hækkerup, today visited FLUX A/S, as part of a roundtrip to four Danish companies in the space, aerospace and defence industries.
The purpose of the Minister's visit was to gain insight into the business of Danish companies in the sector. The Ministry of Defence is currently launching its new strategy, Open for Business, to support the export business of Danish companies in the defence industry.
During the visit, the company FLUX A/S was presented, including its activities in the industrial electronics, space, aerospace, and defence markets. The presentation was followed by a guided tour of FLUX's facility for space magnetics production.
FLUX A/S has been a supplier of magnetics to the global space industry since 1995. It is a segment imposing extremely high demands on precision and quality, not to mention the requirement of traceability of the materials used.
As a spin-off from its space activities, FLUX is pursuing an increasing business within the aerospace and defence electronics markets.
FLUX conducts R&D collaboration with ESA (European Space
Agency) the DTU (Technical University of Denmark), and with its
customers, to develop new magnetics and power electronics,
including planar magnetics, surface mountable (SMD) magnetics, and
innovative multiple input converters.
For more information, please contact:
Sales Manager, Space CEO
Aerospace & Defence
About FLUX: FLUX is a leading developer and manufacturer of inductive components and power solutions for industrial electronics, telecommunications equipment, renewable energy, medical appliances, aerospace and defence applications, as well as for satellites and launchers. FLUX is a financially sound, privately held company and has existed for 30 years. Flux has 50 employees in Asnaes, Denmark, and 250 employees in Bangkok, Thailand.
Minister of Defence, Nick Hækkerup (left),
and CEO Jacob Philipsen gowning up for a
visit to FLUX's space component production.
From left to right: CEO Jacob Philipsen,
Minister of Defence, Nick Hækkerup,
and Sales Manager, Lars Gregersen,
discussing during the visit to FLUX's
space component facility.
The Minister of Defence inspecting
a FLUX magnetic component.