Press

12.12.2022

Cradle to Cradle-certified acoustic panels with low carbon footprint win German Sustainability Award

Cradle to Cradle Gold-certified Troldtekt acoustic panels based on the cement type FUTURECEM™ have been named winner of the German Sustainability Award 2023. According to the organisations behind the award, it is Europe’s most important award for environmental awareness and social commitment.
12.09.2022

Troldtekt A/S: New CEO wants to build on growth

Michael Heeager Nystrup becomes new CEO at Troldtekt, where he will be leading the global expansion of the Danish acoustic panels. He has solid experience with global industrial sales and business development – most recently at LOGSTOR, which is also part of the Irish Kingspan Group.
26.08.2022

Troldtekt receives royal award for its success on the German market

On 26 August, Troldtekt GmbH was presented with the HRH Crown Prince Frederik International Business Award.
28.06.2022

CSR report from Troldtekt A/S: Troldtekt A/S reduces carbon footprint with new cement type

The combination of FUTURECEM™, a new cement type developed by Aalborg Portland, and the transition to renewable energy in its own production now enables Troldtekt to supply acoustic panels that are carbon-negative during production. In addition, after switching to a new paint recipe across its entire product range, Troldtekt advanced to the best Cradle to Cradle category in material health in 2021.
18.05.2022

How the COVID-19 pandemic will affect future office design

Working from home and online meetings have become the new normal. This calls for new ways of designing physical offices, including a need for more small meeting rooms and zones. In a new online feature from Troldtekt A/S, experts and architects present their takes on new trends in office design.
21.02.2022

Troldtekt A/S becomes part of Kingspan Group: Common vision of growth and sustainability journey

Troldtekt A/S, the Danish producer of acoustic panels made from wood and cement, becomes a part of the Irish Kingspan Group. Thus, Troldtekt joins a global group that shares the vision of a sustainable construction industry. The new ownership will prepare the company for continued international growth – with a significant production expansion in Denmark.
29.11.2021

Troldtekt launches acoustic panels with negative carbon footprint

Troldtekt A/S is now launching acoustic panels made using the patented cement type FUTURECEM™ from Aalborg Portland. The new Troldtekt® panels absorb more CO2 than they emit during production. Their acoustic properties, natural strength and fire protection ratings are on a par with acoustic panels manufactured using traditional cement.  
18.11.2021

Troldtekt A/S is searching the market for a new owner / partner

There is a great demand for documented sustainable acoustic solutions in building projects. That is the experience at Troldtekt A/S, and the owner family behind the company now wants to find a new partner/owner, who can help realize Troldtekt’s growth potential both nationally and internationally. The process of finding a new partner/owner is underway.
New online feature from Troldtekt A/S offers inspiration from schools that meet the needs for a healthy indoor climate and effective learning in 2021. Photo: Stadtteilschule Lurup in Hamburg, Germany, ©David Matthiesen. 
24.09.2021

Better schools in the wake of corona

The corona pandemic has impacted children’s schooling badly. However, the pandemic may also prove a golden opportunity to modernise schools. Read more in a new online feature from Troldtekt A/S. The feature offers inspiration from schools that meet the needs for a healthy indoor climate and effective learning in 2021.
16.06.2021

CSR report 2020

Almost 100 per cent renewable energy at Troldtekt’s own factory. A total of 97.7 per cent of the energy used to manufacture Troldtekt acoustic panels now comes from renewable sources. Energy consumption per square metre produced has been reduced by 28.6 per cent in three years. Both figures are in line with the company’s Cradle to Cradle strategy, for which it received the DI Prize 2020.