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.

  • 27 May, 2015

    – This is one of the biggest positive industrial initiatives from a Norwegian government in a long time. This decision is on a par with the introduction of the CO2 compensation scheme implemented by the red-green government in 2012 for the power refining industry.
  • 27 May, 2015

    – Although many people are aware that energy has to be used for industry, not everyone understands this.
  • 27 May, 2015

    For Rana Gruber, upgrading to a 30-tonne axle load will allow production to be increased by 50 per cent.
  • 27 May, 2015

    With “green industry” as a political ambition in Norway, the question is whether sustainable, eco-friendly production capacity in Norway should be crucial to choices made for building and construction procurement projects, or whether emphasis should remain on the lowest possible price.
  • 27 May, 2015

    “The industry has been proactive, but the public sector as a procurer has not done the same. We have to do something about this. We have to impose environmental requirements upon ourselves as procurers when we specify production requirements for Norwegian industry.” These were the words of county councillor Tomas Norvoll when presenting his statement […]
  • 27 May, 2015

    Statnett introduced its new grid tariff pricing model at the start of the year. For Celsa Armeringsstål AS, this adds NOK 16 million to its annual costs.
  • 27 May, 2015

    The strategic objective of Mo Industripark is to be a world-class industrial park and provide a very attractive place for companies to establish themselves.
  • 27 May, 2015

    “The measures we put in place have surpassed our expectations, and at the moment production is going extremely well,” says CEO Kjell Sletsjøe of Rana Gruber AS. The company has managed to halve its costs between March 2014 and March 2015. “I am really proud of our staff because they have managed to achieve this,” […]
  • 27 May, 2015

    Electric cars have become a natural choice for a number of environmentally aware companies at Mo Industripark.
  • 27 May, 2015

    Sunday, 19 April heralded the 60th anniversary of the first steel tapping at  This happened when one of the two electric steel furnaces had been commissioned and tapped. The ironworks switched to an operating phase on 1 April, and various events took place consecutively throughout the spring at the various plants as they were commissioned.
  • 27 May, 2015

    The pilot project “Urban Mining” will be charting what has been done to recycle byproducts, energy and waste from activities at Mo Industripark – and what has not been done.
  • 22 March, 2015

    Grotnes Steel signed a major order for the delivery of clamp connectors worth in the region of NOK 14 million in February. This corresponds to a quarter of the company’s total annual turnover.
  • 22 March, 2015

    Rana Industriterminal has seen intense activity since the beginning of November 2014 right up until the end of February this year. Twice the normal cargo volume was brought ashore at Rana Industriterminal (RIT) at the end of 2014.
  • 22 March, 2015

    Significant uncertainty attaches to the 2015 outlook for several of the companies with a tougher climate for competition, weakened framework conditions and falls in investment in the oil and gas industry.
  • 22 March, 2015

    – The new name defines and pin-points what it is that we do and brings focus to the product; the steel and the cutting, as per our wish. We have brought back our old logo and changed our company name to better highlight our history and business area, explains Knut Hatlen, General Manager of Grotnes Steel AS.
  • 22 March, 2015

    In 2014, Mo Fjernvarme AS generated a total of 75.2 million kWh of district heating. Recycled energy from industry accounted for no less than 99.1 per cent of this.
  • 22 March, 2015

    The Helgeland business community will be given the opportunity to boost their own competitiveness through the use of well-documented methods for continuous optimisation through this LEAN establishment.
  • 22 March, 2015

    Mo Industripark AS (MIP AS) has launched an initiative for active energy savings.
  • 22 March, 2015

    The Canadian minerals convention PDAC is considered the largest of its kind in the world, attracting some 30,000 participants from 125 countries each year. Several businesses from Northern Norway participated this year, including Mo Industripark AS and Rana Gruber AS.
  • 9 February, 2015

    Celsa Armeringsstål AS is building a hot charging system for the rolling mill. This will result in considerable energy recovery, no less than 30 GWh a year. By way of comparison, this is more than the production of the Vika and Svabo power plants – the two mini power plants linked to the waterworks at […]