NEWS FROM MO INDUSTRIPARK AS
Mo Industripark AS publishes the information paper Yellow Pages and MIP magazine. Yellow Pages is regulary published throughout the year. MIP magazine is published about once a year. Order of printed editions and other inquiries is addressed to the Vice president of marketing.
New Partnership Focusing On Circular Economy Approved by Norwegian Research Council 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 […]
We have a role to play – but we have to make sure that we are heard 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.
Wants to turn Norway into a haven for data centers 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.
Support for ACDC alliance With 3 million NOK in DA funding and a Rana-Salten alliance, Arctic Cloud Data Center’s initiative is expected to gain significant momentum.
“Roadmap for process industries” handed over to the expert committee on green competitiveness 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.
Drew up a future roadmap for process industries Rubbish no longer exists. It is simply raw materials that have been led astray.
Expanding before it’s even started Even before the installation of Celsa Steel Service’s new factory in Mo Industrial Park has got underway, the company has decided to expand.
Recycling and sustainability at the Arctic Race During the Arctic Race of Norway, Mo Industripark AS will demonstrate recycling and sustainability in practice.
Mo Industrial Park goes sustainable 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.
Year of destiny for Rana Gruber – 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.
– A unique opportunity to show our best side When some of the best cyclists in the world are cycling in spectacular surroundings in Helgeland, there are many millions of TV viewers watching.
Named the best event Arctic Race of Norway was recently named the “External Event of the Year” in Norway.
– Politicians and business have to work together Bellona points to Mo Industripark and ACDC as the data centre project in northern Norway with the best prospects.
Aims to start operating the data centre in 2017 At the moment, Jan Erik Svensson is the only employee of Arctic Circle Data Center AS. Within six months, this will have changed.
Outlook on the industry of the future Through the R&D-lift Helgeland, the possibilities for a permanent SINTEF establishment in the region has been considered in more detail. Circular economy and the production of the future are highlighted as a professional basis for such an establishment as they are considered relevant to the industry in Helgeland.
Join forces in the struggle for large jobs – The power of joint forces is considerable, says Thoralf Lian, the Managing Director of Inkubator Helgeland AS, just a few days before the launch of MIP Cluster.
From oil rigs to a land-based industry Lars Bruland Høyen has only got a few days from when starting a new job to the start-up meeting for MIP Cluster. Then is it useful to have been in the deep before.
Good neighbours crucial to future industry 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.
Arenas for getting into position Participation in Arena projects is vital as a means of promoting and advancing the industrial town of Mo i Rana. “This will promote us to the division we deserve to be in,” says Arve Ulriksen, CEO of Mo Industripark AS.
Developing the industrial park of the future – An exciting and visionary partner. This is how Maiken Bjørkan, a researcher with the Nordland Research Institute, describes the partnership with Mo Industripark AS (MIP AS) and companies at the industrial park.