Well-established Danish company
Founded in 1932
Scanvaegt Systems was founded by Knud Grundtvig in 1932 and was from the beginning a local supplier of scales and weighing solutions to the retail trade and small industries.
Today, the company has over 220 dedicated and professionally competent employees creating unique solutions that combine technically sophisticated products for weighing, portioning, labelling, inspection, and packing with "state-of-the-art" IT systems.
Scanvaegt Systems has a head office in Aarhus, Denmark, own label printing works in Odense, a nationwide sales and service network in Denmark as well as subsidiaries in Norway, Sweden, Germany and Poland.
Scanvaegt Systems is today still owned 100% by the Grundtvig family.
1932: Scanvaegt is established in Copenhagen by Knud Grundtvig
1971: Scanvaegt moves headquarters to Aarhus
1974: Scanvaegt's first electrical scale is installed
1978: Scanvaegt develops the world's first ScanGrader
1981: Scanvaegt launches the first scale-indicator
1984: The first subsidiary established in Norway
1987: Scanvaegt is appointed accredited laboratory
1988: Scanvaegt introduces the first Weighbridge
1988: Digi System becomes part of the Scanvaegt Group
1997: The Swedish subsidiary is established
1998: Scanvaegt releases Scan.X version 1
1999: Scanvaegt establishes own label printing works
1999: Scanvaegt launches the ScanCombinator multihead weigher
2000: Scanvaegt launches the first Norfo Portion Cutter
2002: Scanvaegt introduces the first PC-based shop-scales
2006: Scanvaegt acquired by Marel hf
2009: Grundtvig Invest re-acquires Scanvaegt
2009: ScanX.NET software is released
2012: The Polish subsidiary is established
2013: First version of PlusFlex software is installed
2015: The German subsidiary is established
2016: Scanvaegt launches SC500 Checkweigher
2017: Roll-out of the ScanCut 225 Portion Cutter
2018: Scanvaegt launches ScanPortal cloud-based software
2019: Accuratech becomes part of Scanvaegt Systems
2020: Scanvaegt enters into strategic collaboration with Marelec