Norwater AS has during 2018 had a process going to upgrade the ISO certification from ISO9001:2008 to the latest edition ISO9001:2015. The ISO9001:2015 certificate was received Sep 13th, and is valid for 3 years. Read more
Norwater AS ended off 2018 with a boom in new contracts. Following also a good 1st quarter of 2019, Norwater AS have for the first time in history an orderbook above 100 MNOK! A total of 22 systems have been sold so far this year and contracts have been won in Asia and Europe this […]
The satellite marking from the formula-1 fish has “pinged” from Ireland. It describes a long journey.
As usual, this year’s Nor-Fishing meant four hectic days. The Nor-Fihing foundation send their sincere thanks to 500 exhibitors, numerous speakers, delegates and almost 20 000 visitors for making this year’s exhibition a great success!
The Norwegian aquaculture and fishing industry has joined the green shipping wave with a number of pioneering electric fleet initiatives.
Norwegian fish farmers are incorporating the UN Sustainable Development Goals into their business strategy. Even fish sludge could profitably save the environment.
On 26th September, Oslo Chamber of Commerce will for the first time receive a technological business delegation from Peru to Norway, led by PROMPERÚ.
Guarantees from GIEK remove financial obstacles and mitigate risk. In that way they motivate exporters, buyers and their banks to sign more and bigger contracts, and to speed up the process.
Kuldeteknisk and FrioNordica are to merge. A leading manufacturer of refrigeration systems, FrioNordica has its head office and production facilities at Malmefjorden north of Molde, with a branch in Grimstad and a subsidiary in Chile. Tromsø-based Kuldeteknisk is the leading service company for refrigeration installations in northern Norway, and ranks as a substantial provider of refrigeration and freezing solutions for land-based industry and the maritime sector.
In 2017, Norway exported NOK 94,5 billion worth of seafood, which is an increase of 3 % year on year. 36 million meals of Norwegian seafood were consumed globally on a daily basis and Norwegian companies sold 2.6 million tons of seafood abroad last year.