Take a look inside our factories
Ever wondered how cable ladders and cable trays are made? Take a look inside our factories to see how our multidiscipline support systems are made.
Support magnets for fastening on vessels
Our strong magnets can be installed as a permanent or temporary fastening point for support systems on any type of vessel. The support magnets are well-suited for areas that are hard to reach and difficult to work in.
A large delivery to unique train depot
Last year Ögländ System AB completed their deliveries to Norsborgsdepån, which is a train depot found partially underground in the south-west of Stockholm.
Oglaend System to exhibit at Modification Conference
The maintenance and modification industry will gather from 7-8. March to look at "Game Changers" in the Norwegian offshore industry. We will be exhibiting solutions that can reduce the cost level of MMO projects by 30%.
Major corrosion challenges under bridges
It is common to use cable ladders made of stainless steel under bridges, especially in Norway, but it turns out that this might not be the best material choice for these installations.
New technology can calculate precise support capacity for piping
The Mekano® support system is designed to be fit for purpose, without compromising on its inherent flexibility. That way our customers can avoid oversizing and maximise cost and weight savings, while also getting the required support of loads.
Minister of Petroleum and Energy visits Oglaend System
In connection with the Offshore Strategy Conference in Stavanger, the Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Terje Søviknes, has been on visits to several local suppliers to the oil and gas industry.
New Business Development Manager in Sweden
Mikael Allerslev has joined the Ögländ System AB team, and will be focusing on business development for the Swedish subsidiary.
New and innovative starter brackets for hollow concrete sections
Oglaend System is launching a brand-new product that reduces the construction time of builds using hollow concrete sections.
Save 30% on technical support systems for MMO projects
A demanding oil and gas marked has led to postponements of scheduled maintenance work, and modification projects have been put on hold.