Veronica Danielsen has recently been employed as CEO at Storvik Mosjøen AS. Veronica comes from the position of acting department manager and order coordinator at Storvik in Mosjøen. Danielsen is from Mosjøen and is well acquainted with the local business world.
Veronica is taking over a company at full speed, which is already well-positioned with important maintenance contracts for Alcoa Mosjøen and deliveries to other customers in the region. Storvik is a leading mechanical and technology company established in 1913, with a focus on improvements for the process industry. In Mosjøen, Storvik works closely with Alcoa and has a mechanical workshop and offices in the industrial park at Baustein. The Storvik group has from 2018 until 1 May 2022 been organized in Mosjøen as a department of Storvik AS, but is now established with its own limited company in Mosjøen. Storvik Mosjøen AS is 100% owned by the Storvik group, which has its head office in Sunndalsøra.
– With Veronica as CEO of Storvik Mosjøen, we are sure that we will have an optimal presence to cover the greatly increasing demand for Storvik’s products and services in Mosjøen and the surrounding area, says chairman Stein Kjartan Vik and CEO of the Storvik Group. In other words, we are very happy that Veronica has accepted to take on the role of CEO in Mosjøen, concludes Vik.
– I am looking forward to taking Storvik in Mosjøen further. Together with fantastic employees and with solid owners behind us, we have the opportunity to develop in step with the needs of our customers, says Danielsen.
Storvik’s growth ambitions in Mosjøen are underlined by the fact that earlier this year Storvik bought an additional area of approximately 1/2 acre of land and now owns approximately 1 1/2 acres at Baustein or more precisely Pålgarden. Storvik has recently negotiated an option agreement for the purchase of a further 1 1/2 acres of land from Vefsn municipality. The use of this area will be in line with existing operations, as well as plans for the establishment of facilities for the reuse of metals that are used in the production of aluminium.