WoodWorks! Cluster

Contact: Lars Johansson

Contribute to strengthen the competitiveness of the industry

WoodWorks! Cluster is a complete forest- and wood-based industry cluster based in Central Norway. The cluster consists of some 80 participants from industry companies, forest owners, research organizations, educational institutions, and regional authorities. Lars Johansson from RISE PFI is the task manager for the development activities within new products from wood fibres.

WoodWorks! Cluster

News in this project

Podcast about bioeconomy in practice, with Lars Johansson

NaturviterPODDEN - a podcast for scientists:NaturviterPODDEN wants to get to know people who talk about professional questions they are...

“Green Platform” initiatives coordinated by RISE PFI

Green Platform“Grønn plattform” (Green Platform Initiative) is a new Norwegian initiative that provides companies and research institutes...

RISE PFI participates in the industry cluster WoodWorks!

New products with wood fibres that can replace plastics will be part of the solution. In WoodWorks! we will among other things develop new...

“Green Platform” initiatives coordinated by RISE PFI

Green Platform“Grønn plattform” (Green Platform Initiative) is a new Norwegian initiative that provides companies and research institutes with...

RISE PFI participates in the industry cluster WoodWorks!

New products with wood fibres that can replace plastics will be part of the solution. In WoodWorks! we will among other things develop new...

RISE PFI participates in the industry cluster WoodWorks!

New products with wood fibres that can replace plastics will be part of the solution. In WoodWorks! we will among other things develop new...

Research partners and funding:

Research partners

The cluster consists of some 80 participants from industry companies, forest owners, research organizations, educational institutions, and regional authorities. Lars Johansson from RISE PFI is the task manager for the development activities within new products from wood fibres.

Funding

The project is funded by the Research Council of Norway, Innovation Norway and SIVA under the Arena Pro level of research clusters in Norway.

Project periode: 2020 – 2024