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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Creosote, the conventional wood preservative, is being replaced by next-generation impregnating agents, and in Norway, for example, the sale of creosote poles ended last year. Pole+ products have been a hit on the Norwegian and Swedish markets over the past year. In 2023, as many as 48% of the poles sold to Norway and Sweden were Pole+ poles impregnated with copper oil. In 2022, the corresponding figure was 12%.

Creosote, the conventional wood preservative, is being replaced by next-generation impregnating agents, and in Norway, for example, the sale of creosote poles ended last year. Pole+ products have been a hit on the Norwegian and Swedish markets over the past year. In 2023, as many as 48% of the poles sold to Norway and Sweden were Pole+ poles impregnated with copper oil. In 2022, the corresponding figure was 12%. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago
One of the most important work phases in pole production is debarking, during which the wood bark is removed mechanically and the poles are classified. The Höljäkkä plant has its own debarking plant through which all of the poles pass. Timo Kuittinen is a trusted employee at the Höljäkkä debarking plant, with a career of more than 20 years at Scanpole Group.

During his long career, he has worked as a field pole worker and as a stamper of trees. Gradually, the work moved to the debarking plant, where he has worked for more than 10 years.

“The best thing about the job is the freedom. The working atmosphere is also really good. It’s like coming home, says Timo, summing up the best parts of his job.

Timo is currently flexibly on part-time retirement. During the peak debarking season, he spends full days at the debarking plant, training new employees in the task. His retirement days are spent outdoors. Fishing is his most important hobby throughout the year. Autumn, on the other hand, essentially involves picking mushrooms and berries.

One of the most important work phases in pole production is debarking, during which the wood bark is removed mechanically and the poles are classified. The Höljäkkä plant has its own debarking plant through which all of the poles pass. Timo Kuittinen is a trusted employee at the Höljäkkä debarking plant, with a career of more than 20 years at Scanpole Group.

During his long career, he has worked as a field pole worker and as a stamper of trees. Gradually, the work moved to the debarking plant, where he has worked for more than 10 years.

“The best thing about the job is the freedom. The working atmosphere is also really good. It’s like coming home," says Timo, summing up the best parts of his job.

Timo is currently flexibly on part-time retirement. During the peak debarking season, he spends full days at the debarking plant, training new employees in the task. His retirement days are spent outdoors. Fishing is his most important hobby throughout the year. Autumn, on the other hand, essentially involves picking mushrooms and berries.
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1 week ago
Purchasing and warehouse coordinator Beverley Hughes has worked in several roles at our Newport plant for 16 years. Bev’s diverse work includes ensuring that inventories are up-to-date and that there are enough raw poles to impregnate. At the same time, she is responsible for purchasing and customs clearance. She is also responsible for arranging travel for employees. According to her, the job requires both patience and precision.

In her work, Beverley collaborates with both production and office staff on a daily basis. She praises the good cooperation with her colleagues.
The finest memento of her long career concerns the three-day WEI conference which she organised and hosted in 2013. Even though the event required a lot of work, it was easy to be proud of the successful event afterwards.

Beverley wishes that employees have courage: “Dont be afraid to ask. There are no stupid questions, because by asking questions you learn about the business. I myself always ask when I don’t know something.

For Beverley, leisure time means spending time with her children and grandchildren. Meeting friends and mini-breaks with her spouse are some of her hobbies.

“Looking forward to retirement years and winding down, would be nice to eventually reduce my hours as it approaches. , says Beverley about her plans for the coming years.

Purchasing and warehouse coordinator Beverley Hughes has worked in several roles at our Newport plant for 16 years. Bev’s diverse work includes ensuring that inventories are up-to-date and that there are enough raw poles to impregnate. At the same time, she is responsible for purchasing and customs clearance. She is also responsible for arranging travel for employees. According to her, the job requires both patience and precision.

In her work, Beverley collaborates with both production and office staff on a daily basis. She praises the good cooperation with her colleagues.
The finest memento of her long career concerns the three-day WEI conference which she organised and hosted in 2013. Even though the event required a lot of work, it was easy to be proud of the successful event afterwards.

Beverley wishes that employees have courage: “Don't be afraid to ask. There are no stupid questions, because by asking questions you learn about the business. I myself always ask when I don’t know something.

For Beverley, leisure time means spending time with her children and grandchildren. Meeting friends and mini-breaks with her spouse are some of her hobbies.

“Looking forward to retirement years and winding down, would be nice to eventually reduce my hours as it approaches. ," says Beverley about her plans for the coming years.
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2 weeks ago

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I’ve been working with Bev for 15 years and she the heart of the office and always willing to help everyone. True gem! 💎

I worked there with Beverley Hughes for many years and can honestly say she is a lovely woman. She’s a dedicated hard working colleague, softly spoken, never argues or raises her voice. Best wishes to you Bev, it was great working with you and congratulations on being recognised for your dedication 👏

Bev is the rock of scanpole npt, sending my gratitude to you Mrs Bev for helping me along ❤️