The American global security and aerospace company Lockheed Martin is now focusing on energy as a future business area. In this regard, Denmark has been selected as one of five European countries where they will seek inspiration in relation to energy skills and business ideas – in particular, they wanted to visit Danish plants and hear about Danish projects with the latest technology.
In March 2017, Lundsby Biogas A/S was contacted by the Danish Embassy in Washington in order to contribute to a fact finding trip to Denmark for Lockheed Martin, a world leader in aviation and other advanced technology – e.g. they have delivered the new combat aircraft Joint Strike Fighter to Denmark.
Therefore, Lundsby Biogas A/S arranged a visit to Madsen Bioenergi I/S on 22 March 2017 for two representatives from the US aviation giant and one from the Danish Embassy in Washington.
The representatives of Lockheed Martin were very impressed by the plant, which is run by the three brothers Kim, Per and Boe Madsen.
From the left: Kim Madsen, Per Madsen, Michael S. Harper of Lockheed Martin, Boe Madsen, Colonel Lieutenant and Military Attaché Per Lyse Rasmussen from the Danish Embassy in Washington and Michael Friedman from Lockheed Martin. (Photo: Lundsby Biogas)