Davinde Savværk A/S is a family-owned firm, established in 1910 in Davinde on the Danish island of Funen. The company was taken over by Helge Mikkelsen in 1941 and in the mid-1940s it relocated to its current site, where the company has evolved over the years to become a full-capacity hardwood sawmill.

The company employees around 50-55 people, who work every day to ensure that we supply quality products and fulfil our contracts.

We operate solely as a contract manufacturer, with the greater share of our production going to furniture manufacturers in Scandinavia, and the remainder exported to other countries both in and outside of Europe.

Davinde Savværk is committed to running a green and eco-friendly company. The company uses its own production of sawdust and chippings for heating premises and drying chambers and for steaming of planks. The sawmill also produces its own electricity from wind energy. Both the wood and the wind energy are CO2 neutral energy sources, making the sawmill as a whole a CO2 neutral company.

All other waste from sawing is sold as mulch or fuel, so nothing is wasted.