‘Work for Everyone is Job Number One’. This old slogan is just as relevant as ever, summarising as it does the values underlying the foundations Tor Morten Thorsen and John Øivind Selmer have laid down in the Herøya Arbeiderforening (Herøya Workers’ Association), (HAF).
Herøya Industripark AS is now arranging for the Research Park at Herøya to be extended within a year or so to form an innovation hub with a large number of people who are working with industrial innovation both nationally and internationally.
Gard Madsen of Herøya Industripark AS, together with Invest in Norway and InSITE BAVARIA, invite you to consider the opportunities for cooperation between the Norwegian Telemark Region and German Bavaria.
Asunción (Suni) Aranda, of the Norwegian Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), heads up the AlSiCal project, the aim of which is to develop and verify a technology for reducing the environmental impact from the production of aluminium, silica and calcium carbonate.
“I thought basing production at Herøya was a good choice,” says Jens Lehrmann, new general manager at Seram Coatings. “I have every confidence in the site – it’s a place where there’s plenty of access to skilled personnel who have experience of new industry.”
Every year sees the arrival of a selection of students who have competed for one of the few summer work experience placements at companies at Herøya Research Park. 14 students are working at Yara Technology and Equinor.