General manager, iKuben
The rate of change is increasing – better keep up!
In order to benefit fully from this kind of network, you have to go all in. Plasto does just that. They want to be spearheading new developments; they stay informed of new trends and focus on interdisciplinary approaches and communication. Networks and highly skilled people always pay off, especially in the long run. The more you give, the more you get.
“Plasto has a mindset and an approach that is very modern and forward-thinking. We need more companies and leaders who are looking networks for new impulses, who stay on top of international developments, and who are willing to adapt quickly in response to new demands.”
These are the words of Hilde Aspås, general manager of the business cluster iKuben in Molde. The three i’s in the cluster name stand for innovative international industry, which is a characteristic the 25 companies in the cluster all share.
iKuben connects businesses across industries, and the cluster’s main focus areas are logistics, materials technology and production technology.
“Plasto and Lars Stenerud have played a huge role in iKuben’s successes. As often as I can, I highlight Plasto as a perfect example,” Hilde Aspås says.
“To stay relevant in the time to come, we have to pay close attention to developments in other countries. The automation and robotization trends are likely to continue, and the rate of change will continue to increase. We need more companies and leaders who actively participate in networks, who stay on top of international developments, and who are willing to adapt quickly in response to new demands. That’s Plasto,” the iKuben manager concludes.