Dancop A/S is founded in a small town called Frederikssund, the first BM (Ball mirrors) mirrors are produced in a Garage of a private villa of Jorgen and Kirsten Grynnerup. They are delivered to local shop owners for protection against shop lifting. The company keeps growing and moves into bigger facilities in Ølstykke.
Dancop invests in the first Vacuum metalizing machinery, currently this is high-tech machinery.
Due to a factory fire the Dancop factory is moved to Slangerup to a even bigger facility
The continuous further development at Dancop leads to the beginning of the production of the world’s first traffic mirror made of synthetic materials (PMMA). Beforehand, only mirrors made of glass were known.
Jorgen Grynnerup develops the first in the world unbreakable traffic mirror range in Polycarbonate.
Dancop creates its first subsidiary outside of the Headquarter in Denmark.
Dancop Deutschland GmbH is founded together with Thomas Heinze as CEO and co-owner.
Jorgen Grynnerup dies after he had been fighting for several years bravely against cancer. He hands over the management of the company to his wife Kirsten and his son Peter Grynnerup.
The first robot cell is installed in the production facility in Slangerup, Denmark. It is a painting robot which applies the color to the mirror.
Dancop Deutschland GmbH rents its first warehouse building on approximately 400 m2.
- 2005 - 2007
Dancop invests in new production machinery, such as the automatic CNC system for cutting lenses and frames after thermoforming, as well as in a new high tech thermoforming line.
Dancop Deutschland GmbH grows and buys a new logistics and office property in the city of Peine.
Dancop Deutschland GmbH changes its name to Dancop International GmbH and takes over the responsibility for serving customers worldwide.
The brand Rambowl is launched. It stands for an impact protection range made of polyurethane for rust-free environments.
Production is constantly being expanded; three new robots find a new place in the manufacturing plant in Slangerup.
The brand EUvex is launched.
The brand CrashStop is launched.
The warehouse in Peine is expanded by 1200 m2.
The new product range d-flexx is launched at the international tradeshow A+A in Düsseldorf. d-flexx is a product range of flexible impact protection produced in advanced polymer materials. Since 2019 d-flexx conquers the international market.
To keep up with the growing demand a new outbound warehouse complex is built at the production site in Denmark.
The Corona Pandemic strikes the world. Dancop helps in the fight against Corona by producing protections screens. The production line is changed almost overnight to produce protection screens while the staff in Denmark and Germany works day and night to keep up with the demand for protection screens.
Peter Grynnerup takes on the position as Group CEO, after a successful merge of Dancop A/S and Dancop International GmbH.
Former CEO of Dancop Int.Thomas Heinze retires after more than 20 years with Dancop International GmbH.
The d-flexx brand is re-launched in an improved version, including a renewed logo.