The Nord Story

Get to know who we are and what we do!

We change production and logistics setups in the robotics and automation business.

Nord Modules are connecting mobile robots with factories.

We believe that our concept ‘One System Fits All‘ will bring significant change to your workplace.

We create high-quality solutions that optimize the utilization of space and modular flexibility for our customers.
Furthermore, our standard modules help reducing repetitive work and freeing employees for more value-adding tasks.

With our robust solutions we extend the functionality of mobile robots, taking automation to a higher level.
Also, all our applications are safe and ready to use and enhance heavy payload transportation between production lines and storage systems.

Nord Modules office

Who is Nord Modules?

Nord Modules develops module solutions in industrial and robust quality that extend the functionality of mobile robots, taking automation to a higher level.

Our main focus is to create applications that can reduce monotonous repetitive work and increase productivity. At the same time, we innovate and deliver reliable robotic applications for load transfer that provide superior ROI through optimal speed, space, and flexibility. We streamline automated work processes with standard modules for specialized productions – expanding the functionality of mobile robots with standardized modules securing effective automation in factories all over the world.

Meet the Team

Jonas Mikkelsen

Jonas Mikkelsen

Mechanical Engineer / Developer

Zaki Al-Asfoor

Zaki Al-Asfoor

Mechanical Engineer / Developer

Jacob Arnoldsen

Jacob Arnoldsen

Software Developer

Mayuran Ponnampalam

Mayuran Ponnampalam

Sales Manager

Part of a robotics cluster

Nord Modules is part of the renowned Odense Robotics tech cluster in Denmark. The hub includes a large number of big and small robotics and drone companies from the region including Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) & Universal Robotics.

Nord Modules is domiciled at The Octagon in Odense, a building housing two other robotics companies Smooth Robotics & Graphic Robotics. The three companies also share the same majority equity holder – the former MiR investor Søren Juul Jensen.

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Smooth Robotics logo
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