NOK 7 billion in turnover
5 billion in exports
350,000 m² of floor space
102,312 m² is owned by Mo Industripark AS (2013)
1,700 GWh of distributed energy
1.5% of total energy consumption in Norway (2016)
400 GWh of recycled energy
= more than the consumption of 24,000 households (2016)
WHAT IS THE INDUSTRIAL PARK CONCEPT?
The industrial park concept is based on the individual companies concentrating fully on their own business ideas without having to devote time or energy to practical matters.
Companies are available in the immediate vicinity that offer such services as:
- Maintenance and Civil Engineering Solutions
- ICT and Accounting
- Energy and Logistics
- Engineering and Architecture
- And other relevant services.
There is a clear economic advantage to having a shared infrastructure and services.
At the same time, there is free competition and each company can chose its own collaboration partners. This results in a healthy and effective structure in which both suppliers and customers have the opportunity to profitably develop their own activities.
At the same time, some projects are so large or complex that they can only be carried out in partnership. This takes place at the industrial park through joint tenders, network collaboration and supplier development.
Strong competence clusters and sophisticated infrastructure have laid the foundation for a potent business community at the Mo Industrial Park. Resources are utilised more efficiently and costs shared by numerous parties in a lucrative community.
The Mo Industrial Park has access to large quantities of renewable energy from the Rana region.
Local hydropower offers a significant environmental advantage compared to a metallurgic industry based on coal, nuclear power or long-haul energy with considerable transfer loss.
Access to water
Three water reservoirs and six dams ensure that the industry has excellent access to water in Rana.
With a usage concession of a little more than 91 million cubic metres of water annually, the Mo Industrial Park has Norway’s second largest waterworks after the Municipality of Oslo.
The Mo Industrial Park can offer a well-established infrastructure for logistics and data networks, as well as the distribution of energy, gas and water.
Mo Industripark AS manages, develops and operates a considerable percentage of this infrastructure and can offer new businesses the necessary support.
The Mo Industrial Park offers ample opportunity for new industry to be established. MIP AS has the largest accessible and regulated industrial zones in Northern Norway.
Close proximity to quays and links to existing industry facilitate extensive opportunities.
There is still room for new companies in the industrial park. As an infrastructure company, Mo Industripark AS can offer custom production solutions and office spaces for virtually any need. For more information on establishing a company at the Mo Industrial Park, contact:
+47 75 13 64 97
+47 908 23 497
The Helgeland Knowledge Park is a driving force behind increased innovation, value creation and growth in Helgeland.
We specialise in industry and provide assistance with business development, establishing a new business, financing and attracting new activities.
Rana Utviklingsselskap AS is the municipality’s foremost tool for solving business and establishment issues.
- Free assistance during the start-up period.
- A business centre for business professionals in the start-up phase.
VISIT THE MO INDUSTRIAL PARK
Are you a supplier or guest worker who will be visiting the Mo Industrial Park? The Mo Industrial Park is a fenced-off industrial area with access control that includes gatekeepers at the main gate during business hours. All gates are monitored remotely outside of business hours.
All those who are curious about the activities carried out by the companies at the industrial park can request a guided tour from MIP Info.
This is usually done for groups with a shared purpose, whether suppliers, customers or decision-makers in the business community or public officials. Contact the Information Manager at Mo Industripark AS.
Schools interested in a guided tour can contact the Helgeland Knowledge Park.
PROUD INDUSTRIAL HISTORY
The legendary preacher Hans Nielsen Hauge was travelling through Rana in 1803 when he saw considerable economic opportunities for the region, including the construction of an ironworks. It was not until 150 years later that this became a reality.
After World War II, the national government passed a resolution to build an ironworks in Mo i Rana. Thanks to the ability to adapt and develop, industry in the region has grown and developed into its current form.