Happy salmon, happy customer
At a length of 430 metres and width of 54 metres, Havfarm has been described as the world’s largest ’ship’. Havfarm (’Ocean farm’) will be able to contain 10,000 tons of salmon or about two million happy fish. Jotun was selected to supply all protective coatings for the project; about 500,000 litres in total.
The collaboration between Jotun and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) may lead to reduced emissions from shipping, and improved corrosion protection for onshore and offshore installations.
Every year, more than eight million tons of plastic enter our oceans. The Jotun Group participated in the Norwegian Telethon 2020, an annual televised fundraiser, which focused on the effort to reduce plastic waste.
For more than three decades, Jotun has stood by the International Red Cross Red Crescent (RCRC) movement providing support to disaster relief efforts through the Norwegian Red Cross. Jotun is proud to sponsor a number of projects to contain the spread of COVID 19.
Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Centre (SWECC) is one of the three main buildings of the Shenzhen Airport New Town project. Jotun supplied high-end topcoat for the structural steel together with anticorrosive and fireproofing coatings.
In the 21st century, we never stop learning. To help interior designers and architects build their skills, Jotun launched its Colour Academy.
Jotun has launched 12 new colours, perfectly matched with eight timeless hues – a palette of 20 beautiful shades to reflect the optimism and opportunity that 2020 brings.
Color Line’s new passenger ship Color Hybrid is the world’s largest plug-in hybrid ship. Four times a day, this elegant ship sails past Jotun’s head office in Sandefjord, Norway. Jotun is proud to be the paint supplier to Color Hybrid.
The penguin is strongly connected to Jotun through its long presence in Jotun’s logo. But did you know that Jotun’s first logo was a troll, and that the logo was changed several times before ending with the penguin?
– Thanks to the contributions of Jotun and the Gleditsch family, we are operational with a very solid and advanced boat in our fjord areas, says Kjell Atle Kjønnø, chairman of Sandefjord Red Cross. “RC Jotun” is well-prepared for the most hectic season of the year.
Six years ago, Ståle Nordlien was offered a dream job as Regional R&D Director for one of the world’s leading paint manufacturers. But there was a catch: He would have to move his family to China.
With the establishment of a test station on Svalbard, Jotun is the first to carry out testing of products and paint systems in the Arctic region. So far, the test results have been both reassuring and surprising.