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NCC’s Loop Rocks challenges the haulage industry

NCC is now taking the next step toward renewing the industry for building materials by bringing together haulage firms, machinery rental companies and environmental consultants using Loop Rocks, an open platform developed by NCC to match supply and demand for secondary masses at construction sites. The first Loop Rocks truck will be deployed in Sweden’s Mälardalen region in April.

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NCC’s Annual Report 2016 available at ncc.se

NCC’s Annual Report for 2016 is now available at www.ncc.group/investor-relations/annual-reports/. A printout is also available at NCC AB’s Head Office, Vallgatan 3, Solna.

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NCC to build Finspång medical center

NCC has been commissioned to design and build Finspång medical center in cooperation with Region Östergötland. The order value is estimated at approximately SEK 500 million.

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Construction company with gender-equal ambitions

Today is International Women’s Day and although NCC and many other companies in the construction industry have a long way to go until the industry is gender-equal, progress is being made. If the company’s shareholders approve a motion to be presented to the Annual General Meeting in early April, NCC will become the first construction company among the stock market’s large cap companies with a majority of female Board members. According to statistics from the Swedish Construction Federation, NCC is also one of the only companies in the construction industry with a higher percentage of female managers than the industry average.

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NCC sails to billion-krone project in Faroes

A first cargo ship loaded with several hundred tons of tunneling machinery and equipment is setting course today for the Eysturoy and Sandoy Tunnels project in the Faroes. Up to three cargo ships will carry equipment to the group of islands over the coming months.

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Crusher moved 2400 km from Finland to Norway

A growing market for stone materials in Trøndelag created a need for NCC to increase production capacity at Gjølme quarry in Orkanger. When it was discovered that NCC Finland had a crusher that was no longer being used, it was disassembled and shipped the 2400 km to Trøndelag in Norway.

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