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A world of smart windows and doors

NorDan will be exhibiting at the Norwegian trade show "Bygg Reis Deg" at Lillestrøm outside of Oslo, 14-17 October 2015.  

Doors and windows are among the construction industry's most traditional product groups. NorDan offers both traditional quality and solutions for smart windows and doors made for modern buildings.

International player

Since 1926, NorDan has blended knowledge and modern materials to create windows, doors, balcony doors and sliding doors. The beginning of the story was a small carpentry business at Moi in Rogaland. Today, NorDan is an international company with 1,200 employees and a consolidated turnover of 1.6 billion. With three factories in Norway, three factories in Sweden and two factories in Poland, innovative high quality products are produced.

Complete supplier

NorDan offers a complete range of windows, included the famous Security Window. This is a two-way swinging, inward opening window made for tough climate and active use. With market-leading warranties, NorDan windows are considered a safe choice, regardless of size and scope of the project. The customer gets safe and secure products from a traditional supplier who is regarded as reliable, and who is known for the commitment to contribute during the entire process, from design to the finished building.

Smart solutions

NorDan represents 90 years of tradition of quality and innovation. At the Norwegian exhibition “Bygg Reis Deg” 14-17 October 2015 at Lillestrøm outside of Oslo, NorDan will exhibit their new products SmartDør and Smart Window. NorDan states: “Smart home and smart buildings provide security and information, and makes it easier to live and reside.”

 

Visit their stand B03-06 at Bygg Reis Deg 14-17 October 2015. 

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