Scape Technologies is Moving

The new headquarter’s interior design features a modern Scandinavian décor (Source: Scape / Grouleff / Creo Architects)

Scape Technologies has grown out of its current office at Kochsgade 31C and moves to the Østerbro District Odense which has gone through a significant renewal of the area and has become a coveted area for both homes and businesses. The demand for Scape Technologies’ bin-picking solutions has steadily increased over the years and during last year Scape has had several significant breakthroughs, with orders from large international customers. It confirms our strength and position in a demanding industry such as automotive and welding. At the same time, Scape’s growth strategy has proven successful by scaling the business through a growing sales channel of business partners. Due to the intake of new customers and partners, the number of employees has doubled over the last year.

Scape provides a complete, reliable and cost-effective system which is a safe automation solution for a wide range of bin-picking tasks. (Source: Scape Technologies)

To meet the growing demand and to continue to honor the considerable growth opportunities, Scape needs more space, and this we will get in the new premises at Østerbro District. The new address will have more than twice as much space as Scape has today. The premises are built up around an old cable drum factory, which has now been completely modernized. The premises include both offices, showroom and storage facilities.

“It has been a pleasure to stay at Kochsgade 31C, but we have to admit that there is no longer enough space for us. At the new address we will have modern facilities under one roof that matches our needs, and at the same time, it is centrally located in the city center of Odense. We will continue to have parking spaces right outside the door, and this has been an important part in finding a new place to stay,” says John Espensen, marketing manager at Scape Technologies.

The new headquarter is developed in collaboration with the landlord and Creo Architects, who have assisted with interior design suggestions. The aim has been to hit a modern Scandinavian décor with raw details such as large window sections and high ceilings combined with glass, concrete and wooden cladding. (Source: Scape Technologies)

Link: SCAPE TECHNOLOGIES A/S, Odense, Denmark

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