At present, the Norrland Foundation presents the Business Surveyometer in cooperation with the SCB. Despite a fairly large decline last year, the economic situation in Norrbotten is stronger than normal
– The economic perspective for Norrbotten shows +28, which is stronger than normal. The construction industry progressed, while the situation in the industry was undergone, "says Katja Lepola, Norrlandsfonden.
"The situation is stronger than normal in all the countries of Norway. Compared to the very strong situation in the barometer of last year, it is expected a slight fall in the fall of 2018 in the spring. After a strong increase of Ifjol, the construction industry is experiencing a boom, but the engineering industry also entered the boom and had the strongest economic climate since 2007, says Katja Lepola, Norrlandsfonden.
The industrial activity is strong in Norrbotten
Industrial activity fluctuated sharply in recent years. The index rose to +66 last fall and decreased during the year's measurement in 34 units to +32. However, this means that the situation is stronger than normal. The companies experienced a slight increase in production in the first half of this year, but the result shows that production decreased in place, as six out of ten companies indicate a decrease in production. In the second half of the year, production is under way and more than half of companies point to higher production.
Increase in construction
The economic index of the North Brabant construction industry will reach +27 in the autumn survey, compared to last year's +12 result, which means that the situation is now clearly stronger than normal. Construction increased sharply during the year.
A slight negative trend in the trade of peculiarities
For the trading of oddities in Norrbotten, the cyclical index landed at -2 in the barometer of the year after a slight decline last year. Three quarters of the companies consider that the economic cycle is satisfactory. Sales volumes were developed very strongly during the first half of the year, but a more modest increase is expected during the second half of the year. In spring, the cyclical perspective seems to weaken a little more.
The Survey Survey of Companies of Norrland is based on a postal survey of around 1,000 companies in the following main sectors: industry, construction, retail, automotive, transport and logistics, real estate, business services, IT services and tourism. The survey, which gives one The overall image for the Norrland set was also divided into 5 counties of Gävleborg, Västernorrland County, Jämtland County, Västerbotten County and Norrbotten County. Autumn measurements – where company responses were collected during September and early October – see the results for the first half of 2018, a zero classification description for this year's autumn and a year forecast for the first half of 2019.
The full report can be found at www.norrlandsfonden.se
For more information, please contact:
Katja Lepola, CEO of the Norrlands Foundation, tel: 070-379 46 77
The Norrlands Foundation is a foundation designed to promote the development of expansive businesses in Norrbotten, Västerbotten, Västernorrland, Jämtland and Gävleborg. Our clients are available in all industries, from the traditional manufacturing and visiting industries to IT companies and biotechnology. We are particularly interested in companies that invest in new technologies or in new business areas with good growth opportunities. We offer superior flexible loans for the development of new business, expansion and expansion. With different types of loans, guarantees or guarantees, we can adapt and complement the financing in the upper part of the capital contribution and bank financing of the company. The Norrlands Foundation is headquartered in Luleå and an office in Sundsvall. Through our client-oriented business analysts, we are represented throughout the geography of the north.