Sterke trestolper og spesialtilpassede løsninger

Ansvarlig innkjøp av trevirke og pålitelig samarbeid

Bygging av infrastruktur over hele verden ved hjelp av høykvalitets trevirke

Scanpole er en ledende produsent av trestolper i Europa.

Vi ønsker å sikre at mennesker over hele verden har tilgang til god infrastruktur basert på materialer av høy kvalitet. Våre produkter brukes i tele- og el-nettet, til gatebelysning samt jernbanelinjer på alle kontinenter.

Trevirket vi bruker er furu fra skandinavia. Denne er saktevoksende, noe som gjør stolpene spesielt sterke og holdbare.

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Willy Haugen, who works in sharpening blades at the Kirkenær factory, is one of Scanpoles longest-serving employees, having had a career spanning exactly 40 years. 

Haugen joined the company as a summer employee at the age of 19 and started as a permanent employee on 1984, when CEO Bent Lynne hired a skilled young man. However, he was already familiar with the factory, as his father also worked there.

“Willy is a nice guy who can I can always trust. He is also well-liked colleague”, says plant manager Rolf Mella. 

Haugen likes his job a lot. 

Ive had a lot of fun here, otherwise I wouldnt have stayed that long, says Haugen, who still has a few years to retire. According to him, the factory has developed and automated a lot during these 40 years.

“Scanpole is a great place to work, because there is freedom and responsibility here” Mella and Haugen say together.

Willy Haugen, who works in sharpening blades at the Kirkenær factory, is one of Scanpole's longest-serving employees, having had a career spanning exactly 40 years.

Haugen joined the company as a summer employee at the age of 19 and started as a permanent employee on 1984, when CEO Bent Lynne hired a skilled young man. However, he was already familiar with the factory, as his father also worked there.

“Willy is a nice guy who can I can always trust. He is also well-liked colleague”, says plant manager Rolf Mella.

Haugen likes his job a lot.

"I've had a lot of fun here, otherwise I wouldn't have stayed that long," says Haugen, who still has a few years to retire. According to him, the factory has developed and automated a lot during these 40 years.

“Scanpole is a great place to work, because there is freedom and responsibility here” Mella and Haugen say together.
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3 days ago
125 years of professional experience! We are very proud in UK to have employees with over 25 year’s service in our Newport factory. This level of service today is rare and we have 5 of them! The knowledge and commitment they all have is an amazing achievement. We are very thankful to each and every one of them for what they bring to the business daily.

125 years of professional experience! We are very proud in UK to have employees with over 25 year’s service in our Newport factory. This level of service today is rare and we have 5 of them! The knowledge and commitment they all have is an amazing achievement. We are very thankful to each and every one of them for what they bring to the business daily. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago
Working with ERP support and reporting, Roope Eiserbeck’s life is divided between work, studying and swimming. The swimmer, who will soon graduate with a bachelor’s degree in economics, joined the Group’s ERP team as a summer employee in 2023 and has continued as a part-time employee throughout the year.

“Combining work and studies has been surprisingly successful. The employer has offered me the opportunity to work fewer hours during the semester, which makes it easier to schedule day-to-day life.”

He finds the work in the ERP team interesting. Power BI reporting, its further development and learning about the Group’s other systems also make it possible to develop his own job description. The work also gives room for his own creativity and there is something new to think about almost every day. Businesses management studies that combine business and computing support the current work. Roope also praises his colleagues and the atmosphere.

Even though Roope is a new addition to the ERP team, he has several years of experience working for the Group.

“I started in a summer job in 2016, when I worked at PrimaTimber’s impregnation plant for one month. He also spent the following six summers in PrimaTimber’s production before the ERP job. The previous summer jobs have provided me with a good foundation for working in the ERP team. He was already familiar with the production processes and, at the same time, knew how the systems are used in production. During his summer job, he has learned how things work in the company and got to know the people.

Roope encourages new summer employees to be proactive. It pays to be interested in things and take the initiative. I would also consider diligence and reliability to be important skills in working life.

Working with ERP support and reporting, Roope Eiserbeck’s life is divided between work, studying and swimming. The swimmer, who will soon graduate with a bachelor’s degree in economics, joined the Group’s ERP team as a summer employee in 2023 and has continued as a part-time employee throughout the year.

“Combining work and studies has been surprisingly successful. The employer has offered me the opportunity to work fewer hours during the semester, which makes it easier to schedule day-to-day life.”

He finds the work in the ERP team interesting. Power BI reporting, its further development and learning about the Group’s other systems also make it possible to develop his own job description. The work also gives room for his own creativity and there is something new to think about almost every day. Businesses management studies that combine business and computing support the current work. Roope also praises his colleagues and the atmosphere.

Even though Roope is a new addition to the ERP team, he has several years of experience working for the Group.

“I started in a summer job in 2016, when I worked at PrimaTimber’s impregnation plant for one month. He also spent the following six summers in PrimaTimber’s production before the ERP job. The previous summer jobs have provided me with a good foundation for working in the ERP team. He was already familiar with the production processes and, at the same time, knew how the systems are used in production. During his summer job, he has learned how things work in the company and got to know the people.

Roope encourages new summer employees to be proactive. It pays to be interested in things and take the initiative. I would also consider diligence and reliability to be important skills in working life.
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4 weeks ago