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Fire drill on Plastinvent.

Realistic first aid training for Radøy fire at Plastinvent.

kilde: www.nordhordland.no

 

 


Get ready for the future.

(19th October 2013)

Plastinvent expands with 6000m2.       

 

 


 


It's rewarding to examine that we get it right
(6th April 2013)

Tone Knarvik has operated Plastinvent in cooperation with her cohabitant for seven years.  A very successful interaction.

 

 


Versatile workhorse

(7th  February 2013)

Plastinvent AS has purchased a large milling machine that makes ??the most of it.

 

 

 


We apply rotation to your ideas- from idea to finished 

(2011 Næringslivsavisen)

The company Plastinvent was founded 1986, and in 1998 began Stian Haukeland began working there.

 

 


Stian with his ”boots of seven miles”

(22th October 2011)

His first acquaintance with Plastinvent Stian founded as a school student. Six years ago he acquired the entire business.

 

 


Tested the potty at Plastinvent 

(4th October 2011)
Several visited Plastinvent.  Saturday (dato?) marked the 15th anniversary, and one year in the new premises.

                   

 


Nye tider for plastinvent 

(30th September 2010)

Five years after they took over Plastinvent AS, cohabitant pair Stian Haukeland and Tone M. Knarvik  moved to new premises.

 

 


Traditions continue

(15th November 2006)

Bernt - Åge Kvingedal carries on the craft as Furniture upholsterer

 

 

 


New shop for maritime equipment on the pier

(september 2006)

Plastinvent AS has acquired the inventory of maritime equipment from Kvingedal Møbeltapetsererverksted in Alverstraumen, and open shop for maritime equipment on the pier.


Acquire new shop for maritime equipment in Alverstraumen 

(30th September 2006)

 

 

 


Will invest in local businesses

(28th January 2006)

Our intention is to establish a new operation building for Plastinvent, and otherwise we are looking forward to investing in other local businesses, says Stian Haukeland.