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.
Moelven and SCA enter into pellet collaboration
Moelven has entered into a cooperation agreement with SCA to deliver pellets from Moelven’s new pellet factory.
Historic results from Moelven
In 2018 Moelven delivered its best fourth quarter of all time, and is on course for an annual result that is the second best in the group’s history.
Mjøstårnet brought home gold from The New York Design Awards 2018
The record breaking project Mjøstårnet has been awarded the Gold accolade in the New York Design Awards 2018.
Mjøstårnet awarded Norwegian Tech Award
The world’s tallest timber building has been awarded the Norwegian Tech Award 2018. Mjøstårnet was declared winner in the Building and Construction category.
Historic quarter for Moelven
Moelven delivered a solid result in the third quarter, which was marked by a world record and its biggest-ever investment.
Mjøstårnet: A Sustainable Pilot Project
Constructing tall buildings in timber has great environmental benefits. "Using timber in the load-bearing structures can reduce emissions from material production by up to 85 percent," says environmental advisor and architect Bård S. Solem.
Mjøstårnet will be even taller
The world’s tallest timber building will now stand at 85.4 metres. This became clear when the last beam was hoisted into place on the building in Brumunddal on Tuesday morning. Mjøstårnet will therefore be more than four metres taller than originally planned. Here is the story of how the world record was raised to new heights.