Production plant


Nedschroef Langeskov ApS 

Nedschroef Langeskov Aps (Denmark) is a 100% daughter of Plettenberg (Germany). In 1986 Langeskov Møtrikfabrik was sold to a well-established German nut producer and the company name was changed to Lamson+Sessions ApS.
In 1992 Lamson+Sessions were bought by the Dutch Nedschroef Group. In 1996 the firm moved to a new and modern factory in the industrial estate of Langeskov.


Nedschroef Langeskov ApS is a long established company, which has been domiciled in Langeskov municipality since its establishment in 1943. In the beginning the firm stayed in rented premises in Marslev and in 1948 the firm was moved to Langeskov as Langeskov Møtrikfabrik. The production consisted of standard hexagon nuts, which were almost exclusively sold to the Danish market.
In 1980, a bigger investment was made in modern production technology. This opened up for a production of new and more processed products, which at the same time demanded new market potentials outside the borders of Denmark.


Facts & Figures

  • Founded in 1943
  • Production unit located in Denmark
  • 60 employees
  • Turnover 2014: € 21,5 million
  • Specialized in poly, kombi and custom specific nuts for the automotive industry
  • Product range from M5 to M16
  • 500 million parts per year





Nedschroef Langeskov ApS
Bytoften 6
DK-5550 Langeskov
T  +45 65 38 11 76
F  +45 65 38 13 76