Together for the best solution
Slåttland was established in 1987. Our main office in Norway is located in Rakkestad, Østfold , about 100 km from Oslo.
Our total area (work shop/office area) is 8000 m2 and consists of a Stainless Steel Workshop, Carbon Steel Workshop, Assembly hall, Test hall, Pickling- and Passivation hall and several storage halls.
Today more than 60 people work at Slåttland, and more than 70 people in the entire Slåttland Group.
Through the last 30 years Slåttland Group has been a provider of competence based solutions for demanding customers. Slåttland Group has through years of hard work developed necessary core activities to serve a demaning market.
Ethical guidelines and values
Values: Slåttland Group shall at all times follow laws and regulations. Slåttland Group shall be a company with high ethical standards. Openess and fairness should characterize the company’s business and be the basis of trust between colleagues, customers, suppliers and others.
The people who work in the Slåttland Group are the company’s most important resource.
Ethical guidelines: By ethics we mean common values, norms and rules in the society and internal in the Slåttland Group.
Ethics is the systematic thinking about what is right and wrong, and act on what we find worth or value, both to live for and live by. By working with ethical issues in a business, we will clarify what is right and wrong in given situations. It is the actual actions and attitudes that form the basis for the company´s reputation.
Chairman - Sigurd Slåttland
Slåttland Group shall be a safe workplace for all employees with focus on dialogues and openness between all levels. Conflicts should be addressed as early as possible to to avoid deep conflicts that are difficult to solve. You all have a responsibility, but the leaders have a special responsibility.
All employees and others who come in contact with employees will be treated with respect regardless of position, religion, age, color, sex, language, political conviction, family status, sexual orientation, etc.
No employees shall, in their work, let themselves be pressured to accept benefits or other tokens of appreciation that may be construed or used by others to allege favouritism, discrimination, collusion or similarly unacceptable practices.