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  • 23 October, 2017

    Several Nordland based companies within the process industry, fisheries and waste management have been granted BIA-Funds (User-driven Research based Innovation- funds) by the Norwegian Research Council for its ambitious approach to research collaboration on Circular Economy. The regional SINFEF branch, SINTEF Helgeland have headed up the application process. – We are esablishing a joint knowledge […]
  • 31 May, 2016

    Does it make any difference to us in Helgeland who is elected President of the United States, or who is elected in other countries that Norway has close ties with? Yes, of course it does.
  • 31 May, 2016

    Renewable energy, good framework conditions and access to land. These are a few of the things that will make Norway an attractive location for the establishment of data centers.
  • 31 May, 2016

    With 3 million NOK in DA funding and a Rana-Salten alliance, Arctic Cloud Data Center’s initiative is expected to gain significant momentum.
  • 31 May, 2016

    At the Industry Conference in Oslo on 9 May, the “Roadmap for process industries – increased value creation with zero emissions by 2050” was presented to the expert committee for green competitiveness.
  • 31 May, 2016

    Rubbish no longer exists. It is simply raw materials that have been led astray.
  • 29 February, 2016

    Mo Industrial Park (Mo Industripark, MIP), the leading industrial park in Northern Norway, has selected Gaia to develop and implement sustainability indicators for assessing the sustainability of its production lines and products.
  • 26 February, 2016

    – If we can make it through 2016 in one piece, then we will be on safer grounds, says Kjell Sletjsøe, Managing Director at Rana Gruber A/S.
  • 26 February, 2016

    At the moment, Jan Erik Svensson is the only employee of Arctic Circle Data Center AS. Within six months, this will have changed.
  • 16 December, 2015

    If we are to achieve credibility both nationally and internationally as a world-leading industrial cluster in the field of energy efficiency and the environment, we also have to have the trust of the people local to us. These are two sides of the same coin.
  • 16 December, 2015

    A deepwater quay worth NOK 250 million may herald the start of a closer partnership between the two quay owners in Rana.
  • 16 December, 2015

    When Reidar Lillejord sits at the wheel of the new street sweeper belonging to Anleggs-Service AS, he is BATman in the battle against floating dust. This technology is the best available on the market. Best Available Technology. Or BAT, as the professionals call it.
  • 13 October, 2015

    – Mo Industrial Park (MIP) is to be one of the world’s leading industrial parks in terms of emissions to the environment, energy efficiency and recycling, and this must be displayed by focusing on established research and improvement projects.
  • 13 October, 2015

    “All of us here at Celsa Armeringsstål AS were really pleased with the amount of attention we received during Industri 2015 with regard to our challenges.”
  • 15 July, 2015

    “We finished the project on time. Many of those involved stepped up to the plate and delivered good work on short deadlines.” These are words of project manager Kjell Arne Føinum at Celsa Armeringsstål AS.
  • 15 July, 2015

    On Wednesday July 1, the first Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) docked at Rana Industrial terminal to collect 160 pipes. In the weeks to come two of these boats will dock each day to ship the remaining 20,000 pipes to Polarled.
  • 15 July, 2015

    For four years Marianne Terese Steinmo has researched success criteria between research and industry and what is necessary for these parties to collaborate on innovation. The idea is that through greater cooperation between industry and R&D the industry in Helgeland can strengthen its position.
  • 15 July, 2015

    Although tougher times now prevail in the oil and gas industry, SINTEF Molab is once again experiencing great demand from its customers in the industry. The expertise of SINTEF Molab is very important in order for the offshore industry to feel confident that the materials they use possess the characteristics they should, so that accidents and incidents are avoided.
  • 15 July, 2015

    “We see the change in name as an expression of confidence from the owner in the quality we represent, says Eigil Dåbakk, CEO at SINTEF Molab AS.
  • 27 May, 2015

    – The new furnace will emit less dust and be far more energy-efficient, says Bjørn Ugedal, CEO of Glencore Manganese Norway AS.