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Norsk Hydro – Acquisition of Sapa completed

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Category: Chemicals / Metals

Norsk Hydro’s acquisition of Orkla’s 50% ownership in Sapa was completed today, October 2, giving Hydro full ownership in the global leader in extruded aluminium solutions and making Hydro a leading force in the global aluminium industry.  The combination makes Hydro the only global company in the aluminium industry that is fully integrated across the […]

Source: Nasdaq

Published: November 18, 2017


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Kongsberg Automotive’s Easley plant to be closed

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Category: Automobile / Transport

At KA’s Capital Markets Day in November 2016, Kongsberg Automotive outlined it’s plan for improving its performance. This plan included closing down 6 plants, mainly within the Powertrain and Chassis products segment in Europe. True to this plan, KA has decided that the Easley plant in the US will be closed, and that operations at […]

Source: Automotive World

Published: November 18, 2017


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Jotun Continues to Grow

Category: Business and Investment News

In the first eight months of 2016, Jotun recorded sales of NOK 10.9 billion and an operating profit of NOK 1.7 billion. To help secure long-term growth, the company continues to pursue investments in new production capacity and product innovation, both in Norway and other key markets. Jotun recorded a two per cent increase in […]

Source: Hellenic Shipping News

Published: November 18, 2017


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Norwegian Company Opens Mississippi Production Site

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Category: Manufacturing

Petter Nordli just moved to America and he brought his family’s business with him. Nordli is part of the third generation in his family to work for Loxy, the performance clothing supply company his grandfather founded in a garage in Halden, Norway, in the 1970s. Now the company is opening its first production site in […]

Source: The Dispatch

Published: April 30, 2015


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Alcoa Mosjøen er årets norske Lean-virksomhet

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Category: Manufacturing

Prisutdelingen skjedde på Lean Forum Norges årskonferanse på Fornebu. Statssekretær Eirik Lae Solberg fra Nærings- og handelsdepartementet stod for utdelingen. Formålet med prisen er ifølge Lean Forum Norge å løfte frem ledestjernene innenfor forbedringsarbeid i Norge, både for å anerkjenne dem og for å kunne lære av dem. De tre finlistene var Alcoa Mosjøen, Fibo […]

Source: Ukeavisen Ledelse

Published: November 28, 2013


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