All the companies he visited are an important part of the green shift, and these days, according to Aftenbladet, he is launching the concept of "Made in Norway". The purpose is to make visible the added value that Norwegian companies invest in their products every day. Added value such as clean energy, clean raw materials, social sustainable production, world-leading product development environments, world-leading design, circular economy, products life time, goods that can be repaired and not least quality.
KAEFER Energy was one of the companies the new Minister’s visitor lists. The main purpose of the visit was to observe with his own eyes the investments and development steps that take place in the companies to create more sustainable jobs, where opportunities for exporting services and products also can be materialized.
The Minister showed great commitment and was very pleased with his observations. KAEFER Energy had the opportunity to show some of our innovative solutions and our streamlined prefabrication. Our willingness to invest in innovation and the good craftsmanship we perform was recognized by the Minister. He further said that it was a pleasure to have the opportunity to visit our company and stated that he was very impressed with innovations and the solutions we showed.