Production in Norway

Invitation to Norwegian healthcare companies to the seminar "Prodcution in Norway", the 21st of November at Forskningsparken in Oslo.

 

The health industry is one of the fastest growing industries in Norway, with an annual growth rate of 10-12%. In 2017, the health industry exported for NOK 23.6 billion. About half of all Norwegian healthcare companies have production in Norway, and 96% of all health-related exports come from companies with commodity production in Norway (source: Menon Economics 2018). The market has a huge growth potential and we have only seen the beginning.

The goal is to inspire Norwegian healthcare companies to produce in Norway, and increase the knowledge of economically efficient production in Norway.

The clusters NCE Norway Health Tech and NCE Raufoss will with this seminar, highlight what is needed for production to be efficient, safe, reliable and profitable in Norway. We will facilitate introductions for production companies and the health industry with a purpose of stimulating to dialogue.

We invite you to an eventful afternoon with a full-featured program for:

  • Small and large and healthcare companies developing products and product elements
  • Production companies
  • Design or production services
  • Those who want more knowledge and expand their network within Norwegian production work

At the end of the seminar there will be match making. Participating production companies will be published as soon as possible.

For design, development and production companies (providers): You are invited to pitch and have a stand, as well as match making. This costs NOK 1000,- per supplier.

Program
12:00 – Registering, networking and lunch
13:00 – Welcome to the production conference by Norway Health Tech / CEO Kathrine Myhre
13:15 – Benefits and effects for industry and society by producing in Norway – Dialogue between NCE Raufoss and Norway Health Tech / special adviser Jon Sandvik and CEO Kathrine Myhre
13:35 – People in future production processes – People and machines are cooperating closer than ever in history. The industrial worker of the future uses artificial intelligent robots as an extension of the human, not just a tool / SINTEF Manufacturing, special adviser Jon Sandvik and operations manager Mika Tienhaara
13:55 – Future production developed and tested in pilot plants – Project presentation of the catapult centre Manufacturing Technology and the relevance for production and health companies / Manufacturing Technology Norwegian Catapult, operations manager Mika Tienhaara
14:15 – HY5 – Health tech company with production at NCE Raufoss – Why production in Norway? / Christian Fredrik Stray, CEO at Hy5
14:30 – Pitch of the design, development and production companies working for or want to collaborate with health companies
15:00 – Break
15:15 – Matchmaking

Program (PDF-file)

Date and place
Wednesday the 21st of November 2018, 12:00-15:30 pm
Toppsenteret, Forskningsparken, Gaustadalléen 21, 0349 Oslo

Registration
Registration scheme