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| Hydro now has 20 plants certified by the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI).
| Hilde Merete Aasheim assumed her position as Hydro’s new President and CEO on Wednesday, aiming to lift profitability and accelerate the company’s drive to become a leading provider of advanced, low-carbon products and solutions.
| Hilde Merete Aasheim has been appointed new President and CEO of Norwegian aluminium company Norsk Hydro ASA.
| Hydro will be more present than ever at BAU 2019, the top trade fair in Munich on January 14-19, where key players in the global building and construction market meets to discuss advanced building solutions.
| Hydro and its joint-venture partner PENTA have made a joint investment decision to expand operations at the Slovalco plant in Slovakia, enabling the plant to produce both primary aluminium and serve as a remelter for conversion scrap from extrusion…
| The new Flekkefjord cultural centre is situated on the waterfront of Flekkefjord, a town in Southern Norway. The project, designed by the Helen & Hard architectural firm, covers an area of 3,100 m2, distributed over three floors.
| REZBUILD Project organized a workshop in Oslo to inform about the refurbishment methodology that is going to be validated in a demo building located in Bertramjordet housing cooperative.
| Yesterday, Norsk Hydro’s acquisition of Arconic’s two extrusion plants in Brazil was completed, strengthening Hydro’s downstream position in Brazil and creating a solid platform for further growth.
| Norwegian aluminium company Norsk Hydro ASA has made a binding offer to acquire Rio Tinto’s 100% share of Icelandic aluminium plant ISAL.
| WICONA Curtain Walls to Maximize Light and Connect with the Environment.
| Most of the buildings in the new residential district use glazed units manufactured at Press Glass' plants.
| Hydro Extruded Solutions AS has agreed with Arconic to acquire its two extrusion plants in Brazil. The agreement will strengthen Hydro’s downstream position in Brazil and create a solid platform for further growth.
| Since October 2, 2017, WICONA is now 100% owned by the Norwegian company Hydro.
| Norsk Hydro’s acquisition of Orkla’s 50% ownership in Sapa was completed yesterday, October 2, giving Hydro full ownership in the global leader in extruded aluminium solutions and making Hydro a leading force in the global aluminium industry.
| Material selection decisions may affect the environment and the health of building occupants. Here are some useful tips about the use of aluminium as a building material to meet those goals.
| The premier Q-Air event, which took place at June 28th, 2017 in Oslo, saw architectural, construction, engineering, university and glass industry leaders gather to share and demonstrate the knowledge and experience of using the innovative Q-Air…
| Norsk Hydro has agreed with Orkla to acquire its 50 percent interest in Sapa for a total enterprise value of NOK 27 billion, giving full ownership in the global leader in extruded aluminium solutions and making Hydro a leading force in the global…
| Sapa Building System introduces the Confort Smartline, a new generation of aesthetic and energy efficient sliding doors achieving the Minergie standard for sustainable buildings.
| The Norwegian glass refiner Rakvåg is enthusiastic about A+W iQuote G and A+W’s Industry 4.0 concepts.