A leading provider of automation solutions
With 200 employees headquartered in Norway, we genuinely work to create great machines and equipment.
Tronrud Engineering was founded by Ola Tronrud in 1977 and has been at the forefront of advanced technology over the past four decades. Today there are 150 employees in its premises at Eggemoen and 50 in its subsidiary in Moss, south of Oslo.
Today’s CEO is Svein Steinsvik, carrying forward Tronrud Engineering’s legacy of being a pioneer in the sector of industrial automation. The company's motto has since 1977 been "putting ideas into practice".
The whole process from idea to finished product happens in-house at Eggemoen Technology Park. This contributes to great communication, collaboration, and control throughout all the steps.
From idea to 3D CAD drawing
Our constructors, mechanical- and software engineers takes an idea and create innovative and great solutions using 3D computer-assisted design.
The 3D designs are taken out to real life
In our 10 000 m2 manufacturing building, highly-skilled personnel produces the parts designed by our engineers.
Putting all parts together
The manufactured parts are assembled together in our assembly hall, well-equipped and spacious for mechanical, electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic installations.
A complete machine or equipment
What started off as an idea on the drawing board is now a complete machine or product.
The world’s leading trade show for industrial technology took place in Hannover, Germany the first week of April. Among the exhibitors was Siemens, who for the first time chose to present a Norwegian company at their stand: Tronrud Engineering and the packaging machine TCP.
We are pleased to announce that we will be a part of the Siemens booth, showing digitalization in practice.
Svein Steinsvik is Tronrud Engineering's new General Manager. Olav Tronrud continues in the company.
"Tronrud Engineering cuts engineering and assembly times in half for world’s fastest packaging machine." An article by Siemens.
The packaging division in Siemens Magazine.
TE's Additive Manufacturing-department attended FormNext in Frankfurt 13-16 November 2018.
With four main halls designed for storage, technical equipment, and production space in addition to office space, meeting rooms and entrance hall, Tronrud Engineering's manufacturing, research, and development building is worth seeing.
The packaging technology division experienced great results after showing their latest packaging machines at Scanpack 2018.
Ministry of Trade and Industry, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen, visited Tronrud Engineering Tuesday the 30th of October and ended up being impressed.
A student organization from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology has in one year built a racing car from scratch. Tronrud Engineering has printed 3D-parts.
The packaging technology division participated and talked at the Siemens Industry Analyst Conference in Boston, 28-30 Aug.