Mo Industrial Park

Mo Industrial Park is the leading industrial development zone in Northern Norway.

High-level centres of expertise and advanced infrastructure are among the factors underpinning the vigorous activity at the industrial park. Resources are exploited efficiently, and costs shared between companies in a profitable partnership.

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Power capacity

260 MW

Area size

2,600,000 m²

Distance to airport

14 km

Mo Industrial Park (MIP) aims to be one of the world’s leading industrial parks in terms of emissions, energy efficiency and Circular Economy. MIP is also the industrial gateway to the Arctic. The park will be more than happy to facilitate new establishments. 

Number of companies: 108 
Number of employees: 2500 approx. 
Turnover: NOK 7.5 bn/ Export NOK 5,5 bn

There is still room for new companies in the industrial park. As an infrastructure company, Mo Industripark AS can offer custom production solutions and office spaces for virtually any need.

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Area properties

Mo Industrial Park AS
Area type
Industry purposes. Developed area: approx. 350,000 m2 floorspace (of which 102,312 m2 is owned by Mo Industripark AS)
Location/building for sale or rent
Prepared for industrial businesses


General infrastructure
Strong competence clusters and sophisticated infrastructure have laid the foundation for a potent business community at the Mo Industrial Park. Resources are utilised more efficiently and costs shared by numerous parties in a lucrative community.
Surrounding business
Within Mo Industrial Park, there are a total of approx. 100 companies with activities in the process industry, mechanical industry, transport services, laboratory services, consulting services, etc. Large international companies, such as Elkem, Celsa and Ferroglobe are located here.
Access to expertise
The industrial park concept is based on the individual companies concentrating fully on their own business ideas without having to devote time or energy to practical matters. Companies are available in the immediate vicinity that offer such services as: Maintenance and Civil Engineering Solutions ICT and Accounting Energy and Logistics Engineering and Architecture And other relevant services. There is a clear economic advantage to having a shared infrastructure and services. At the same time, there is free competition and each company can chose its own collaboration partners.


Access to fiber/wifi
Good access to fiber. Efforts are being made to make Mo i Rana a high priority when the 5G network is expanded in Norway and for the industrial park to also have access to its own frequencies in the 5G network.
Water capacity
Three water reservoirs and six dams ensure that the industry has excellent access to water in Rana. With a usage concession of a little more than 91 million cubic metres of water annually, the Mo Industrial Park has Norway’s second largest waterworks after the Municipality of Oslo.
Power capacity
Distributed electric hydropower: 2000 GWh. Local hydropower offers a significant environmental advantage compared to a metallurgic industry based on coal, nuclear power or long-haul energy with considerable transfer loss.
Renewable share
400 GWh of recycled energy


The airport in Mo i Rana is 14 km in distance from the park
Freight terminal
3 km
The Industrial terminal is connected with the park.