Tag Archive: Mo Industrial Park

  • 16 December, 2015

    New asphalt has been laid on several kilometres of roadway at the industrial park since 2007. Asphalting, sowing and planting. These are just some of the measures taken by Mo Industripark AS (MIP AS) in order to battle the problem of floating dust.
  • 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

    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

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

    Mo Industripark AS (MIP AS) has launched an initiative for active energy savings.
  • 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 […]
  • 9 February, 2015

    – Establishment of the new air gas factory at Mo Industrial Park has gone very well in terms of time, technical considerations and other factors, says Jostein Thomassen, Head of Sales and Marketing at AGA Norge AS.
  • 9 February, 2015

    – One of the major advantages of having a big group is that we can share expertise among our plants, says Jostein Thomassen, Director of Sales and Marketing at AGA Norge AS.
  • 9 February, 2015

    – It was very useful to meet key people in Rana and Rana industry and to find out about their experiences with restructuring, says Christin Kristoffersen, local chairman at Svalbard.
  • 9 February, 2015

    – Research and development will help the EU to emerge from its crisis, and innovation is the engine that will make this happen. This is why the EU is now focusing strongly on its new programme, Horizon 2020, says Marianne Bahr Simonsen, project manager at NHO Nordland.
  • 9 February, 2015

    The legendary Bruce Dickinson, vocalist of the rock band Iron Maiden, gave a very inspiring lecture in the Momek hall beneath the Smelting Plant.