KONGSBERG and GAN strengthen internal expertise in machine and equipment maintenance

The general assembly of Kongsberg Terotech AS (KTT) decided yesterday, November 21, to liquidate the company. KTT is owned by Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (“KONGSBERG”) and GKN Aerospace Norway AS (“GAN”). The company provides total maintenance of machines and equipment, with approximately 80 percent of revenue related to work for the two parent companies.

KONGSBERG and GAN have decided to enhance maintenance expertise within their respective companies and aim to establish specialized professional environments where KTT employees will play a central role. It is important for the parent companies to take care of the employees throughout the liquidation process, and all approximately 60 KTT employees will be offered positions either in GAN or KONGSBERG.

“Both KONGSBERG and GAN have decided to strengthen and focus maintenance services and technical support internally within their own companies. This way, we can further develop and ensure robust maintenance services, streamline operations, and support the industrial growth we are experiencing,” says Terje Bråthen, Chairman of the Board at KTT and Division Director at Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace.

What is Kongsberg Terotech AS?

Kongsberg Terotech AS is a company that was established in 1987 and specializes in the total maintenance of large production machinery. The company possesses world-class expertise in this field. It has two major owners, GKN Aerospace and Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace, who also serve as primary customers. Both of these owners are high-tech mechanical workshops.

What is Kongsberg Terotech AS?

Kongsberg Terotech AS is a company that was established in 1987 and specializes in the total maintenance of large production machinery. The company possesses world-class expertise in this field. It has two major owners, GKN Aerospace and Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace, who also serve as primary customers. Both of these owners are high-tech mechanical workshops.

The decision was made after thorough processes in collaboration with KTT management.

“We will preserve the unique expertise present in KTT today and further develop maintenance services to contribute to safe and optimal operations for both KONGSBERG and GAN. We look forward to welcoming the new employees from KTT to new but familiar employers,” says Nicola Armstrong, CEO of GKN Aerospace Norway AS. Terje Bråthen supports this and emphasizes the importance of taking care of all KTT employees, continually working to safeguard their well-being and satisfaction in both parent companies in the future.

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