Left-right: Tore Sørensen (Servi), Pål Andre Nordhammer (Servi) and Sondre Sanden Tørdal (MotionTech) during the GCE NODE breakfast meeting Wednesday morning.

Holding 40 per cent of the Norwegian hydraulics market, Servi Group considers itself a one-stop-shop for power and motion control.

Established by Sophus Berendsen in 1912 under the name Ingeniørforetningen Atlas, Servi Group is currently owned by Norwegian investment company Ferd.

Headquarted in Ski, Norway and with regional offices in Kristiansand, Kongsberg, Stavanger, Bergen, Ulsteinvik, Trondheim and Rissa, Servi employs 300 people, of which 100 are engineers.

“Today, Servi is an experienced system integrator and the leading Norwegian supplier of power and motion control. Our core competence is within hydraulics, components, and system integration,” says Pål Andre Nordhammer, Key Account Manager at Servi.

He gave a presentation during a GCE NODE breakfast meeting at Servi Group in Kristiansand Wednesday morning.

“We have long been Norway’s largest supplier of hydraulics to the offshore and marine industries, in addition to the defense and onshore industries. Offshore industries include oil and gas, aquaculture, and offshore wind,” says Nordhammer.

Servi does extensive service and aftermarket activities, primarily serving the Norwegian market, including travelling abroad with Norwegian customers on assignments.

A collaboration partner of Servi is the new company MotionTech, headed by Sondre Sanden Tørdal, which is a spin-off from the SFI Offshore Mechatronics project.