O.B.Wiik is one of the major suppliers of temporary buildings, tents and halls in the Nordic countries, and was established in 1912.
O.B.Wiik AS was founded in 1912 and is a leading supplier of fabric covered buildings, sports halls and steel buildings, as well as tarpaulins. Most of our products are available for sale and rent, depending on client needs. The company is undergoing substantial growth and markets its products internationally, having exported its products to more than 100 countries. We have sales offices in Stavanger, Bergen and Trondheim in Norway and subsidiaries in Sweden and Denmark, 100 employees and an annual turnover of NOK 500 million. Its main head office is at Skedsmokorset near Oslo in Norway.
O.B.Wiik acknowledges that our business has an impact on the external environment, through our own business, and indirectly through our customers and suppliers.
O.B.Wiik takes responsibility for our environmental impact and we have therefore implemented a sustainable practice policy which will be integrated into day-to-day operations.
We always strive to be a clear contributor to good solutions in environmental work within our industry.
O.B.Wiik will have an effective environmental management system. This implies a commitment to continuous improvement of environmental conditions, and to comply with the regulatory requirements and requirements imposed by O.B.Wiik itself.
We actively make choices that give our products a long service life. We focus on reducing our environmental impact, especially on waste and energy consumption, and endeavor to use environmentally friendly products in our production where possible. We will actively influence our customers, partners and suppliers to take actions and choices that promote environmental awareness.
Everyone in O.B.Wiik is committed to the environmental policy. Environmental issues will be taken into consideration when creating policies and procedures for all entities of the company. It also means that environmental and climate issues are emphasized in business and service development.