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About Federation of Norwegian Industries

The Federation of Norwegian Industries works for framing conditions for businesses in sectors and industries such as:

Oil and gas contractors, onshore petroleum activities, aluminum, aquaculture and aquaculture suppliers, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, cement, chemical industries, electro and energy equipment, furniture, glass and ceramics, machine and hardware industry, maritime industry, graphic arts and communication, metals, mining, paints and coatings, plastics, recycling and textiles.

Total annual turnover for the sectors that the Federation of Norwegian Industries represents exceeds approx. NOK 600 billion. Total annual exports have a value of approx. NOK 300 billion.

Our most important task is to ensure that society understands how important a viable industry is for our future welfare.

Thus, the Federation’s most important task is to ensure that the authorities adopt a long-term fiscal policy and framing conditions for a competitive Norwegian industry. Important issues are stable, safe and high activity, increased activity towards international projects, conditions to secure and achieve sustainable business, technology, competence and R&D as well as positive profiling the industry.