Norner is an industrial partner for the plastics and material industry. Read the latest news from Norner and actual arrangements we take part in.
Norner was invited as a speaker at the 16th International AMETEK MOCON Technical conference.
Norner will contribute with expertise on polymer development and barrier packaging materials.
This is the most important quality standard for test laboratories internationally.
It is a pleasure for Norner to announce that Klaus Schöffel is our new Research Director.
Barrier properties of packaging materials are important requirements when selecting and developing optimal packaging systems.
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International conference on plastics circular economy
Norner is preparing for the future by working with sustainable solutions across the whole value chain.
We can all contribute to fight marine littering
Norner believes that we all can be a part of the solution to stop marine littering
It is a pleasure for Norner to announce the appointment of Kjetil Larsen as our new CEO.
Norner skal rydde en strand – Vi utfordrer flere bedrifter i Grenland og Telemark å gjøre det samme!
Norner advanced application testing verifies lifetime approaching 1000 years
Norner partner in the EU-funded consortium "FoAM-BUILD"
Norner will facilitate Master and Bachelor students with their chemical engineering thesis.
The new edition of our customer magazine gives you an insight into our broad experience and passion for sustainable polymer innovation and solutions throughout the whole value chain.
The Royal House of Norway seeks Norner’s advice for improved understanding and cooperation for new solutions.
Norner is proud to announce that we have signed the first license agreement for our Norner Trimodal Technology (NTT).
We offer HTHP testing in different corrosive and toxic medias as well as, protective coating and a wide range of other aging tests and mechanical testing.
Circular economy is high on the agenda, but we need to further increase our efforts for development of new solutions. Norwegian researchers will now take action.
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