NWP Development

NWP Development is a wholly-owned subsidiary of NWP AS, and was established in 2016. NWP Development’s main task is to work on innovation and product development for aquaculture and industry.

NWP Development works on developing products designed to make the aquaculture industry and other industries safer, greener and more efficient. When we develop products, our main areas of focus are quality and the environment. We always use the best and most durable materials – which benefits you as a customer and is good for the environment. All our products are REACH approved.

Jan Henning Rysjedal

CEO NWP Development AS

+47 971 11 405 jary@nwp.as
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Customization

NWP uses its extensive experience in bespoke sailmaking to offer specially sewn products which will protect your assets from sun, rain, snow and storms.

capacity

Norwegian Weather Protection combines the best and most effective technology with the skills and craftsmanship of our employees. We have large and efficient production facilities which enable us to be flexible to our customers and flexible on deadlines.

opportunities

We often find the best solutions when our professionals talk to customers who understand the challenge. Together, we create smart, customised solutions which are effective and functional.

quality

The tough Norwegian natural environment and weather conditions set the standard for Norwegian Weather Protection’s products. We deliver quality, durable, customised products for all our customers.

News from NWP

Now, We Focus Even More on Innovation
With our subsidiary, NWP Development, we are looking to focus on innovation and product development for our customers to a greater degree than ever before.
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This is how we will be keeping lice out of aquaculture facilities
We have been working on our lice skirt for some time now; it is designed to keep lice out of the cages in which the salmon are swimming. With the help of Framo’s pump technology, we are also able to guarantee the best possible water quality in the cages.
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