PFI participates in new innovation cluster

Updated: 2016-06-21 | Print

An important area for new cluster innovations will be new products based on wood fibres, matching very well with PFI’s expertise.

On 20 June, Minister of Local Government and Modernisation Jan Tore Sanner announced that the innovation cluster “The Forest industries of Trøndelag” was awarded the status as a national arena for innovation. PFI is one of the partners in the new innovation cluster. The cluster was selected in strong competition with many other applications from a wide specter of industries in Norway.

The new innovation cluster has 46 participating companies. An important area for new cluster innovations will be new products based on wood fibres, matching very well with PFI’s expertise. 

 

Representatives from the new innovation cluster “The Forest industries of Trøndelag”. From left: State Secretary Dilek Ayhan, Minister of Local Government and Modernisation Jan Tore Sanner, Knut Dreier (Moelven Van Severen), Kjersti Kinderås (The Forest industries of Trøndelag), Philip A. Reme (PFI), Amund Saxrud (Norske Skog Skogn) and Viggo Iversen (Proneo) (Photo: Innovation Norway).

 

 

Contact: Philip A. Reme.