Involved and competent employees
Where and why is it important?
Demolition will not save the climate
Realising the potential that lies in the buildings we already have means we can save money while sparing the environment and society.
Rural value creation
Moelven companies are often found outside the major cities and urban areas. Many of our operations are important cornerstone companies in smaller locations, both in Norway and in Sweden.
Resource-efficient design and packaging
Material use is optimised and waste quantities reduced through resource-efficient design and industrialised production in controlled environments in the factory, on the construction site and during the usage phase.
These words saved Fredric’s life
Looking out for one another can mean all the difference between life and death.
Moelven posted a NOK 70 million profit on operations during the first quarter
Moelven started the year on a positive note, and the coronavirus pandemic has not yet significantly impacted the group’s operations. However, the pandemic makes it almost impossible to predict the future.
Moelven’s earnings were NOK 335 million in 2019
Last year was characterised by significant fluctuations for Moelven. This is evident from the preliminary operating result for the group. Moelven had sales of NOK 10,297.5 million in 2019, and delivered a operating result of NOK 335.4 million.
Moelven sees opportunities in a more demanding market
Moelven Industrier ASA achieved operating revenues of NOK 43.6 million in the third quarter. This is a decrease of NOK 86.0 million compared to the same period of 2018.
Moelven earned more than NOK 300 million in the first six months
Moelven Industrier ASA has a strong first six months behind it, with operating income of NOK 309.1 million. “There is a lot to suggest that the remainder of the year may be more unpredictable,” says CEO Morten Kristiansen.
Good start to the year for Moelven
International demand for wood products is once again contributing to a strong quarterly result for Moelven. Operating income for the year’s three first months was NOK 140.9 million.