ODIN Engineering has been a family-owned business since 1961, when engineer Niels Rasmussen founded ODIN Maskinfabrik. In 1971 his son Gorm Rasmussen took over the management of the company, and in 2014 ODIN saw another generational shift when Mads S. Rasmussen took over the day-to-day management.

5,088 m2 production, development and office facilities
In the first years ODIN consisted of two employees with modest production facilities. After a short time the company expanded with a design department in the nearby henhouse.

In 1968 production was moved to larger premises, and in 1974 its 14 employees moved to 1500 m2 at the present address of the company.

In 1978 ODIN expanded with a 150 m2 office building, and in 1980 a 500 m2 assembly hall was added to the existing production facilities.

ODIN’s office space was doubled in both 1985 and 1998, and in 2008 the production facilities were again expanded by 740 m2.

In 2012, ODIN acquired the neighbouring property of 840 m2, so that production, development and office facilities were expanded to 4,100 m2.

In 2019/2020, ODIN expanded its area by acquiring another neighbouring property as well as a narrow strip of grass from the municipality. In total, ODIN now has 5,088 m2 of production, development and office facilities.

A leader in advanced technology
ODIN Engineering has always been among the leaders in advanced technology. We have used PLC control systems since 1974, CNC machines since 1984, and in 1989 the first plant with AutoCAD was installed. It is important for us to always stay up to date on new tools, technology and software, so that we use the latest software and tools when developing and manufacturing our solutions.

News

Congratulations to Svend Bjerking – 40 years at ODIN Engineering

20. september 2022

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Peter wanted to become a metal worker, but a meat hammer changed his plan

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The electrical engineer enjoys that every day brings new challenges

9. march 2022

Meet Johnny Bjørk, who is an electrical engineer at ODIN Engineering. Johnny designs automation and electrical control components for the

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7. january 2022

Meet Michael Skovgaard, who started at ODIN Engineering in May 2021 as a technical designer. After a few months, he

You’re invited!

28. september 2021

Dear customers, suppliers, partners, friends, and acquaintances of the house We’re celebrating the next 60 years at ODIN – please

ODIN Engineering sketches inventions that are not possible – yet

28. september 2021

ODIN Engineering has been in business for 60 years. However, that is not what the machinery manufacturer focuses on when

Sussi Birkevang designs machines that do not yet exist

25. june 2021

Meet Sussi Birkevang, a mechanical design and development engineer at ODIN Engineering. She develops unique designs for machines and components

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27. may 2021

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