30 January 2023

Kiwa Inspecta A/S in Denmark reaches agreement with FORCE Technology about transferring NDT, inspection, building analysis and certification activities

Kiwa Inspecta Denmark will transfer its NDT inspection, building analysis and certification activities to FORCE Technology with effect from 1 February 2023. Kiwa Denmark will continue to offer fire safety and security inspection services via Kiwa Group company RMG-Inspektion A/S and automation solutions via Agrosoft A/S.

Topi Saarenhovi, Executive Vice President of Kiwa’s Europe Nordics region: “FORCE Technology is a leading technological service provider within the NDT, welding and pressure equipment inspection areas in Denmark. In FORCE, we have found a trusted, well-reputed partner to optimally service all our valued customers. We are convinced that as part of FORCE Technology, our NDT, inspection, building analysis and certification services have a good foundation for further growth. We trust that all the activities will be carried out at the same high level and with the same flexibility. Furthermore, customers benefit from the many other adjacent services FORCE can provide them.”

The transition has very limited consequences for customers, adds Topi Saarenhovi: “All ongoing tasks will continue to apply, all technical employees and inspectors will continue at FORCE Technology, and customers will have the same contact person as today, only with changed contact details. Certificates will continue to be valid; they will be transferred to FORCE Certification A/S.”

Topi Saarenhovi concludes: “Kiwa will continue operations in Denmark in other markets we have been servicing for a long time: inspection services related to fire safety and security through RMG-Inspektion A/S, and automation solutions via Agrosoft A/S. Both are part of the Kiwa Group’s extensive worldwide network in Testing, Inspection, Certification and adjacent activities. 10,000 Kiwa colleagues from offices in 40 countries on five continents offer professional support in a wealth of markets – including Denmark.”