To us, innovation means down-to-earth solutions to real-world problems. Bold ambitions are important, but our innovations must be practical, feasible and for a reason.
We look for an entrepreneurial spirit, people with the willpower to get things off the ground.
Our resources must be intelligently allocated in order to provide the necessary forward momentum to our projects.
Goals and a clear vision of what we want to achieve will steer us in the right direcion.
None of this can be done without the right people. At Hatteland we believe in attracting these people, challenging them to reach new heights, and giving them the resources they need to succeed. As we have done since 1971.
The will to create and the spirit of hard work and determination has brought us a long way. But our success depends as much on the trust of our employees, subsidiaries, suppliers and customers. In all our relations we are committed to integrity and the highest ethical standards. Please read more in our Code of conduct about expectations and requirements for ethical conduct.
Since 1971, Hatteland has created room for ideas to grow. The innovations we’ve introduced have been practical necessities — down-to-earth solutions to real problems.
A few things has brought us this far. A few values, or ways of thinking. They constitute the foundation of our company culture and important guidelines on how we interact with each other and with the world around.
Our customers, partners, colleagues and all of society around us must trust us, and we must work to build that trust. We won’t put turning a profit before running our business ethically and properly.
We live to create, and we hire likeminded people. We love building, improving and changing, to see something made from nothing because we’ve spotted an opportunity, and because we’ve worked hard to see it happen.
Hard work, dedication, grit. Whatever you call it, we believe that great things can be done simply by getting down to work, keep coming back to it, and not giving up. We demand a sense of pride in our work from each other, and hold ourselves to a high standard.