Stafa Industrier

Stafa Industrier AS is the parent company of a group of companies (Stansefabrikken Products AS, Stansefabrikken Fredrikstad AS, UAB Stansefabrikken Automotive Lithuania, UAB Stansefabrikken Lithuania and UAB Pramones Parkas Lithuania) primarily offering manufacturing services and products from sheet-metal, headquartered in Grimstad, Norway.

Stafa Industrier AS
Typeprivate limited company
IndustrySheet metal subsupply & products
HeadquartersGrimstad, Norway
Area served
Key people
Jon Ragnar Westby (CEO)
ProductsSheet metal sub-contracting; electro cabinets; post-boxes, fire & safety products
RevenueNOK+330 million (2017)
Number of employees
375 (December 2017)


The Stafa Group was originating from "Den Norske Stansefabrik" first established in Oslo, Norway in 1932 and transferred to Lillesand in 1947. In 1985, after "Den Norske Stansefabrik" went bankrupt, the current main owners took over the operations and formed "Stansefabrikken Lillesand AS". Since then, through acquisitions and forming of new companies, the business has grown into a company group with a parent company Stafa Industrier AS and currently consists of 7 subsidiaries with a total number of about 375 employees. The Stafa Group has a clear growth strategy both organically and by acquisition.

Organizational structureEdit

Stafa Industrier AS consists of the main following subsidiaries: Stansefabrikken Products AS is a company which markets its own products as well as trading products: post boxes, electrical cabinets, fire and safety products and others. The company is based in Norway. UAB Stansefabrikken is a sheet metal sub-contracting company which core business is medium/large serial production. Company based in Ukmergė, Lithuania. Stansefabrikken Fredrikstad AS is a sheet metal sub-contracting company which core business is small batch production, product development and prototyping. Company is based in Norway. UAB Stansefabrikken Automotive is the company producing stamped parts for automotive industry and high-volume production for the general industry. The company is based in Ukmergė, Lithuania. UAB "Ukmergės pramonės parkas" is the company managing a modern industrial park it is located in.

Stafa Industrier AS is operating in five main areas of business.

  1. Sheet metal subcontracting. The group's factories are capable of producing almost all kinds of sheet metal products according to customers' specifications in medium and high volume batches. They employ such services as punching, bending, laser cutting, welding, powder coating and other technologies and produce heating, cooling, electronics, IT, shop fitting, furniture and other products.
  2. Automotive. UAB Stansefabrikken Automotive is manufacturing stamped parts with or without welding for automotive industry. The company provides stamping and automatic welding services. The plant's main production equipment is stamping presses with automatic coil lines and welding robots. Manual operations include manual stamping via ECC's and degreasing. The largest 1,300-ton press is used to stamp large metal parts, up to 12 mm in thickness. The robot welding unit uses the latest welding technologies MIG and Cold Metal Transfer for welding extra-thin steel sheets. The product range consist of safety critical parts such as parts for steering and brake systems, seats and baby seats and others.
  1. Products. The company produces electrical cabinets, fuse cabinets, house-centrals, shop fitting equipment and post boxes out of sheet metal. Almost all output is exported to Sweden, Norway, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Germany, France and the Czech Republic.
  2. Product development. Qualified engineers in Stansefabrikken Fredrikstad company do product development and prototyping. They can produce small batches of products from sheet metal.
  3. Renting of premises. Modern industrial park in Ukmergė (Lithuania) has some 25000 sq.m. of facilities and the area of 10 ha.


External linksEdit

  • "Norwegian Stansefabrikken's strong growth brings jobs, higher salaries to Lithuanian Ukmerge :: The Baltic Course | Baltic States news & analytics". Retrieved 2016-08-22.
  • "Stansefabrikken med suksess i Litauen". Retrieved 2016-08-22.
  • "Stansefabrikken". Retrieved 2016-08-22.