Domino is a modern company turning plastic plates and stainless steel into finished products. Our main products are feeders, drinking bowls, troughs, cowshed and piggery cleaners and other equipment for pig and cattle farmers. Many years of close co-operation with agricultural parties has contributed to our developing of a wide range of equipment for feeding of pigs and cattle. In 2006 we increased our activities by introducing the Domino Pig Sorting system – a new concept for porkers in large pens. Our aim is always to deliver high-value products both with regard to function, quality and design. For many years our products have also been in demand in many foreign countries.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Agriculture - Livestock
- Market Focus:
- Internationally (various countries)
W. Domino A/S was founded in 1961 and much has happeded since then … Right from the beginning Domino has influenced on the layouts of the Danish stables – paying attention to the correct equipment and to giving the farmers reliable and thorough advice and support. This is very important for us and we always do our utmost to keep up with the times and the new trends in order to be able to give the farmers the very best advice. We hope you will be inspired by our homepage and we should be very glad to hear from you.
Domino was founded 50 years ago - in 1961 - by Vera and Wagner Domino.
The first domicile was in Glostrup. Here the new-established company was operated from a small annex measuring 4 x 8 m situated in the garden.
However, before long this annex became too small and the company moved to larger premises in Greve and in 1966 Domino moved from Sealand to Bredal in Eastern Jutland. The company was steadily growing bigger and in 1971 the premises in Bredal also became too small. At that time the company moved to Ølholm where it is situated today.
Domino produces and supplies feeders, drinking bowls, troughs, sorting scales, cowshed and piggery cleaners and other equipment for pigs and cattle farmers. Right from the start Domino has been in close co-operation with other parties within the agriculture line of business and the aim has always been to deliver products of very high value both with regard to function, quality and design.
To secure future operation of the company the ownership was given to the next generation and in 2001 Vera and Wagner stopped their daily activities in Domino. Allan Trøjborg became the managing director and Judith Domino became the financial director.