Hard meeting with concrete scanner

Erik Langaker (left) has thrown himself over a new investment. He joins with NOK 20 million in ELOP, where Kjersti Kanne is CEO and Øivind Horpestad is chairman of the board. PHOTO: ANDREAS KLEMSDAL

Erik Langaker has thrown himself over the growth company Elop. He takes a seat in the board and buys shares for NOK 20 million.

Elop will revolutionise the market for concrete inspection. Their concrete scanner is the first in the world to use ultrasound to create 3D images, using a machine that rolls over the concrete.

You can read the full article (Only in Norwegian) (.PDF) published in Finansavisen on Monday 27 January 2020 here: