Highly satisfactory result of 2014

Ambitious growth plan

2014 was the year when the KE Fibertec Group embarked on their new, ambitious growth plan towards 2017. The plan is to ensure that we maintain our lead in Textile Based Ventilation worldwide, and we have gotten off to a good start. 2014 turned out to be a good year on a par with the record-breaking year of 2012.

We had a growth in turnover of approx. 12% in the entire KE Group, evenly distributed on our primary markets inclusive of Denmark. The result was approx. 10 million DKK before tax which is very satisfactory.

Healthy indoor climate and energy savings with textile duct sensor

In 2012 we introduced CradleVent, the world's first Cradle to Cradle certified ventilation duct. In May 2014 we took the next step towards sustainability when we launched the InTex system that monitors the air pressure in a textile based ventilation system.

When the static pressure reaches a specific level, the system will automatically generate an e-mail that will notify the contractor to perform maintenance on the duct. A clean textile duct will result in good indoor climate and energy savings that will benefit both the environment and the operating economy of the plant.

An InTex® system was installed at FLSmidth's R&D Centre. They used to wash their ducts on a regular basis every six months, however, the Intex® system has established that this frequency was unnecessary. Now they only wash their ducts when needed which has led to considerable cost savings.

Sustainable ventilation

Sustainability is still high on our agenda, and we prioritize green solutions not least in the  construction industry where textile ducting is a great asset. In the fall of 2014 we spent a good deal of resources on a so-called LCA - Life Cycle Analysis - with a view to offering an environmental labelling of all our products later this year, enabling the consulting engineer to assess the environmental impact of textile ducting. 

Untraditional solutions

Also in 2014 we have delivered ventilation systems for many interesting projects. Amont other things we have been involved in Britain's largest subtropical water world, Center Parcs in Woburn Forest, and in Holland we supplied textile ducts to The Dolfinarium, Europe's largest sea mammal centre.

On the home market we have provided air distribution solutions to customers in many different segments, such as the windmill industry, beef factory, aviation and hospitals. Our flexible and tailored textile ducts are suited for all types of buildings that require efficient air distribution and a healthy indoor climate.


  • KE Fibertec is the world leading manufacturer of textile ducts
  • The KE Fibertec Group is composed of the parent company in Vejen, Denmark, and seven subsidiaries in Europe and the USA
  • We employ approx. 115 people, of these approx. 65 in foreign countries
  • Owned by Jysk-Fynsk Kapital (70%) and KE Pulje 30% (owned by the management group, Man. Director Carsten Jespersen, Production Director Johnny Kusk Møller, and Financial Manager Svend Anker Fogh)

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