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1913
1913
1913 It all started with Nils Storvik. In 1909 he married Brit Sande and became a farmer at Sande in Sunndal and 1913 he built a small smithy that he operated in addition to the farm. He mainly produced tools for agriculture, but Nils also demonstrated that he had a knack for finer blacksmith’s art and was therefore entrusted with the task of making locks to Sunndal Sparebank.
1952
1952
Eventually his son, Endre Sande, took over the smithy. The projects in the smithy continued to increase, creating a need for more hands and a more organized operation. Therefore, in 1952, Storvik Smieverksted was created. The operation was then moved to new premises in Øyagata.
1976
1976
Collaboration with Årdal og Sunndal verk (ÅSV), later Hydro Aluminium. Storvik was commissioned to manufacture the first series of cathode pot shells, and from there they continued to receive bigger and more assignments.
1978
1978
Continued growth led to more employees and current generation owners took over daily operations. Storvik Smieverksted was converted into a limited company in 1978 and changed its name to Storvik Stål AS.
1985
1985
Storvik Steel AS started a close collaboration with Akvaforsk and in 1985 Aqua Products AS (Aquaprodukter AS) established. Together they developed facilities for the rapidly growing aquaculture industry.
1986
1986
The daughter company Protech AS was established and located in Sunndal, Norway. Protech AS is jointly owned by Storvik Holding AS and HMR Group.
1995
1995
Storvik created its first subsidiary in the Czech Republic. Storvik Steel AS merged with Altek (engineering) and AWS Elektro (electro engineering and installations) in 1995, meaning that with their combined knowledge all three companies stood stronger in the competition for new contracts, both nationally and internationally. The three companies were now operating under the name Storvik AS.
2008
2008
In 2008 almost 70% of this turnover came from Hydro Aluminium AS, and international shipments accounted for 5%.
2010
2010
Storvik was established in Iceland, Kopavogur.
2012
2012
Global deliveries to the aluminium industry. 25% of revenue came from Hydro Aluminium Sunndal, while nearly 50% of sales came from abroad
2017
2017
Acquisition of Heggset Engineering, we are continuing our growth and this acquisition creates a strong and competitive engineering team in Storvik.
2018
2018
Storvik awarded contract for planning, demolition and installation of new equipment in the paste plant at Hydro Aluminium Sunndal. We also establish Storvik in Mosjøen were we work close with Alcoa regarding maintenance of anode yokes and cathode pot shells.
2019
2019
Storvik finalises the first turn key delivery of the HAL Vibrocompactor for forming of green anodes to RUSAL, Volgograd.
1952
1952
Eventually his son, Endre Sande, took over the smithy. The projects in the smithy continued to increase, creating a need for more hands and a more organized operation. Therefore, in 1952, Storvik Smieverksted was created. The operation was then moved to new premises in Øyagata.
1978
1978
Continued growth led to more employees and current generation owners took over daily operations. Storvik Smieverksted was converted into a limited company in 1978 and changed its name to Storvik Stål AS.
1986
1986
The daughter company Protech AS was established and located in Sunndal, Norway. Protech AS is jointly owned by Storvik Holding AS and HMR Group.
2008
2008
In 2008 almost 70% of this turnover came from Hydro Aluminium AS, and international shipments accounted for 5%.
2012
2012
Global deliveries to the aluminium industry. 25% of revenue came from Hydro Aluminium Sunndal, while nearly 50% of sales came from abroad
2018
2018
Storvik awarded contract for planning, demolition and installation of new equipment in the paste plant at Hydro Aluminium Sunndal. We also establish Storvik in Mosjøen were we work close with Alcoa regarding maintenance of anode yokes and cathode pot shells.

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Czech Republic

Storvik s.r.o., Czech Republic

Čerčanská 2053/18, 140 00 Praha 4, Czech Republic

Phone: +420 602 578 697

Web: www.storvik.no

Storvik products s.r.o., Czech Republic

Čerčanská 2053/18, 140 00 Praha 4, Czech Republic

Phone: +420 283 850 170

Web: www.storvik.no

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Iceland

Storvik Iceland, Island

Hlíðasmára 6

Phone: +354 516 2960

Web: www.storvik.no

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Norway

Storvik Sunndal Norway

Industriveien 13, N-6600 Sunndalsøra

Phone: +47 71 69 95 00

Web: storvik.no

Storvik Mosjøen Norway

8657 Mosjøen

Phone: +47 48 06 80 09

Web: storvik.no

Storvik Kristiansund Norway

Omagata 124, 6517 Kristiansund

Phone: +47 48 06 80 09

Web: storvik.no

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Key values

Vision- customer promise

“Our vision is our promise to our customers”
This should be reflected in all of the company’s operations and activities, both on behalf of customers, suppliers, employees and other stakeholders.

Business Idea

“With our experience, expertise and location as a foundation, we will deliver competitive manufacturing, services and improvement activities, in close cooperation with our customers. Storvik should be recognized through its strong focus on OH&S in all levels of the organization and our activities.”

Core Values

Storvik’s core values are Flexible, Innovative and Safe&Secure.

be a part of storvik family

We are always looking for skilled and highly competent people. We offer exiting positions within mechanics, engineering, project management, accounting, sales and administration.

Who we are

Storvik is a global company offering solutions mainly to the aluminium industry, however we also provide our services to other process industry such as oil and gas, ferro/silicon plants and hydro power plants. We have locations in Norway, Iceland and Czech Republic with a global presence.