“We are the Danish subsidiary of the Zurich-based HUBER+SUHNER corporation,” says Anders Eiby, managing director of HUBER+SUHNER A/S based in Værløse near Copenhagen. “Part of the global network of 25 subsidiaries and numerous agencies in 60 countries, we serve the Danish and Icelandic markets with the whole range of HUBER+SUHNER products and solutions.”
Focusing on three core competencies for three core markets, fiber optics, radio frequency, and low frequency for communication, transport and industries, HUBER+SUHNER is a leading global supplier of components and systems for electrical and optical connectivity.
“We provide customized solutions in all fields with focus on fiber optics, our most important range accounting for 60 to 65% of activities,” explains Mr. Eiby. “We offer a full range of standard fiber optic connectors, cables and cable systems for public, private and industrial networks and complete customized plug-and-play FTTA solutions in close cooperation with the big operators in Denmark. Carrying much higher data volumes, our FTTA solutions are quickly and easily installed, safe and reliable. We also provide FTTH solutions, Fiber To The Home, providing the same high speed right to the office or the home. Moreover, we have succeeded in combining FTTA fiber optic cables and copper cables for power, another simple, convenient and highly efficient solution that fully meets customers’ requirements.”
Radio frequency solutions account for 25 to 30% of the turnover of ten million EUR in Denmark. “In radio frequency we concentrate on meeting the different needs of transmission in the communication, transport and electronics industries,” states Mr. Eiby. “We serve Danish and global customers with a wide variety of solutions, for example for test and measuring equipment for hospitals or mobile phone manufacturers and sound and vibration solutions for hearing devices. We have longstanding expertise, too, in low frequency solutions for railways. At present we are engaged in a major project. Within ERTMS, the European Rail Traffic Management System, the Danish rail industry is laying lots of cables alongside the railroad tracks and inside the trains. Scheduled for completion in 2021, the project will make Danish railways the best worldwide in terms of operating efficiency and safety for both passengers and pedestrians. Along with our parent and sister companies, we will concentrate on innovations and high-tech niche solutions in the future, too, to maintain and enhance our leading position on a global scale.”