About Blue Line

For more than 35 years, Blue Line has provided thoroughly thought out IT hardware solutions for demanding environments internationally. From standard products to customer-specific solutions, created in close cooperation with our customers.

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About Blue Line

Timeline for Blue Line

1986: The company was founded by Niels Pedersen, focusing on sales of IT hardware modules, printers, accessories etc.  

1988: The first PC is launched. The concept is build-to-order, which is unusual in the 80s and attracts many customers

2008: The first stainless steel HMI is developed and delivered to leading customers within the pharmaceutical industry 

2010: Named as a Gazelle company in recognition of significant growth

2011: Obtained ISO 9001 certification

2012: Named as a Gazelle company for the second time and thus part of the small, exclusive circle of companies that qualified to be Gazelle companies more than once

2013: Received an AAA certificate in recognition of the highest possible credit rating and still have retained this credit rating

2017: Blue Line establishes an office in Ireland and boost European expansion

2018: Winner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark's Vitus Award for the company’s ability to convert ideas into concrete international results. There are customers in Ireland, the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Russia, China and Canada etc.

2019: The international expansion continues in new countries, including the United States and Canada

2021: Launch of the world's most lightweight Cleanroom Tablet computer that makes it possible to digitize work processes in cleanrooms

2022: Initiating construction of new headquarters, which 4 doubles capacity to meet significant growth and customers' expectation of high delivery security

Gain overview of milestones in Blue Line's timeline

A collaboration with Blue Line is the safe choice involving much more than reliable quality products. Our DNA has always been associated with a strong customer focus resulting in long-term, close cooperation. Feedback from repeated annual customer surveys confirms a welcoming, dialogue-based and solution-oriented attitude. With Blue Line, you get a fully dedicated partner. Not just a provider of products and services.

 Cooperation opportunities with Blue Line

Product types

Our international customers primarily work within regulated industries as food, biotech and pharma. Through extensive knowledge of the challenges in these industries, Blue Line is able to provide solutions in compliance with all relevant regulations. Find more details about concepts for your industry here.

Most of the world's well-known biotech and pharmaceutical manufacturers have relied on our solutions for many years. The other major target group is international manufacturers of process equipment and machinery for food, biotech and pharmaceutical production. Get inspired by customer stories here.

The range of products includes cleanroom HMI workstations, waterproof monitors & computers, ATEX-Ex HMI's & mobiles, cleanroom tablet computers as well as mobile operator stations.

Blue Line holds an ISO 9001:2015 management system certification and the highest possible AAA credit rating, which underlines our commitment always to be a credible partner.

Blue Line’s headquarter is located in the industrial area of Hinnerup, close to Aarhus, Denmark. Production, administration, design and warehousing take place here. In beginning of 2023, capacity quadruples to meet significant growth and customers' expectation of high delivery security.

A comprehensive expansion and strengthening of the organisation, through ongoing recruitment and development of employee competencies is the prerequisite for creating the innovation that makes our customers competitive.

At Blue Line, we know what proactive delivery planning and transparency mean for our customers. Therefore, we have built strategic and long-term partnerships with our subcontractors to ensure our customers the optimal delivery conditions. Through substantial investment in supply chain, we can avoid the pain that many customers have experienced with component shortages and severe delivery delays in recent years. How to secure your delivery schedule.