Kongsberg office & Technical Center
Kongsberg office for Powertrain & Chassis and Tech Center
Dyrmyrgata 48, Box 62
3611 Kongsberg, Norway
Phone: +47 32 77 05 00
At a glance
> Kongsberg Automotive ASA office
> The Kongsberg office and test lab is part of the Powertrain & Chassis business segment
> More than 80 people work here
> Opened in 2009
> One of six tech centers globally
> Shop and lab for fixture/tool building and testing capabilities
Around 90 people work here. The office was opened in 2009, and provides modern meeting facilities, a canteen and a reception.
The building also houses one of five technical centers for Research & Development, providing engineering support and development for the Powertrain & Chassis business segment. The in-house laboratory holds capabilities ranging from concept to production-ready systems including a full –in-house prototype, test and validation capacity.
The city of Kongsberg was founded as a mining community in 1624, and is being the home of many of Norway’s major industrial companies. Many have derived from Kongsberg Vaapenfabrikk, including Kongsberg Automotive. See the historical overview.
By car: The main highways are the E134, crossing Kongsberg east to west and connected to the E18 to Oslo, and the Norwegian national road 40 (Riksvei 40), going north to south. Driving distance from Oslo: about one hour.
Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL). Driving distance: about two hours.
Sandefjord Airport Torp (TRF). Driving distance: about one and a half hours
Moss Lufthavn Rygge (RYG). Driving distance: about two hours