The local blacksmith has always been a central part of the city Øsløs. In 1984, Karl Andersen took over the old farm forge in Øsløs. Shortly thereafter, the company changed its name to “Øsløs Maskinfabrik”.
In 2003, the company was acquired by boilermaker, Ole Kiilsgaard. Ole has a background as foreman on several different machine factories in Jutland. His work experience covers more than 25 years of working with stainless steel.
The company, Oslos, grew larger over the following five years, as the workforce doubled from six to 12 employees. Production was targeted more towards products in stainless steel for the food.
In 2008, the company moved into the facilities, we know today. The company currently has 1,000 square meters production hall and office.
The company is developing steadily, and has also introduced LEAN in production. This reduces downtime, and it helps to create a much more efficient flow throughout the production.
In 2016, the company was ready to do business internationally. Under the name of Oslos, the company is now looking for new international partners. The name Oslos is based upon the name of the city, where it all began. We are a local business, ready to help on a global scale.