How it all started?

Our Timeline

1938 Finn Sigurd Andersen founds the company in Denmark.
1958 Modular fans with thermoplastic blades introduced.
2002 Jesper Bernhoft joins board. CEO Since 2008.
2017 Fan solutions launched.
2021 Altor Equity Partners becomes investment partner.
2022 Long-term partner Fabrika Special Motors acquired.

Our Background

Custom Axial Impellers our Passion Since 1958.

Multi-Wing Group was originally founded by Finn Sigurd Andersen in 1938 as a local company trading hand tools and oil filters with small business customers in Denmark.

Today Multi-Wing Group supports a diverse base of customers all over the world in the HVAC/R and engine cooling segments. We meet our customers' complex air-moving requirements by designing and creating tailor-made axial fan products covering a huge number of service and product configurations.

Our heritage and focus

The move into axial impellers happened almost by chance.

In 1958 Finn Sigurd Andersen bought a new car - the innovative Citroen DS19.

The first time Finn drove it to the office the car attracted a great deal of attention, especially the engine, which surprisingly featured a plastic engine cooling fan. Finn’s cousin, Harald, was there that day and was intrigued by the concept of making fans out of thermoplastic. From here inspiration was born and Finn came up with the idea of producing a fan from individual components.

Multi-Wing Today

Innovation has been paramount ever since and today Multi-Wing is a global market leader within tailored axial fan impellers, well on our way to become a complete fan solution provider. In 2021 the world leading investment firm, Altor Equity Partners, joined as our investment partner.

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