Dating royal copenhagen pottery
“Working in Thailand is challenging in many ways but also rewarding as we’re part of building something.
Out here, we have a chance to restructure Royal Copenhagen to take it to new heights,” Mr Hansen says.
After the global financial crisis of 2009, a decision was made to refocus the business. This downsizing aimed at strengthening the company’s key porcelain brands Promising Premium Products In the move to Thailand, Royal Copenhagen’s main concern was the need to sustain the same level of quality.
In order to do this, exactly the same materials are used.
A Man in Charge Mogens Hansen worked for eight years in the Danish army.
The company has expanded since then, growing from 60 to 330 employees.
Originally owned by the Danish Royal Family, its hand-made, hand-painted porcelain is now known around the world for its quality design and craftsmanship.
It is especially popular on the Danish and Japanese markets.
As of 2012, the company has around 200 employees in Denmark.
Four years ago, Royal Copenhagen had a catalogue of 3,000 products.The province of Saraburi was chosen as the site for Royal Copenhagen’s new factory.