March 23, 2023


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Risa Gruppen increased its turnover last year by more than half a billion

In other words, entering Risa’s 75th anniversary in 2023 couldn’t get any better,

– The global picture today with the war in Europe, high prices for raw materials and huge energy costs was demanding, but the budget had not yet arrived. Store stewards are more than satisfied with this year’s salary settlement. We are leading the year with a record payment of bonuses – a whopping 16 million will be distributed to employees in 2022, says Managing Director Bjorn Ressa.

Strong increase in operating profit

Resa Group, which has 630 employees, had turnover in 2022 of NOK 1,882 million, compared to NOK 1,294 million in 2021. The group’s profit before tax in 2022 was NOK 73.9 million, compared to NOK 31.8 million Norwegian in 2021. Operating profit ended at 84.7 million kronor, compared to 43.3 million kronor in 2021.

In total, investments in new fixed assets were made in a total amount of NOK 215 million during the year, and the investment amounts in 2022 and 2023 will be NOK 500 million. A press release from the company says this is in order to maintain a state-of-the-art machine park, as well as pursue a green transition.

Risa raised the group’s turnover last year to NOK 1,882 million, compared to NOK 1,294 million in 2021. Photo: Raisa

Positive with new node forms

Risa had 50 trainees last year. 15 trainees have taken and passed the professional exam. 10 of these passed the subject test with a very good grade. The average in Norway is approx. 30 percent with passing the grade very well, in 2022 Risa’s average was 66.6 percent.

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– We look positively at the new forms of contracts where other elements other than price are weighted as well. It gave us access to many exciting, complex projects and good challenges. The group’s order reserve is 3.1 billion, and this provides predictability for the company, but also provides scope to join exciting new projects, says Bjorn Ressa in the company letter.