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ØVERAASEN Snow Removal Equipment - Norwegian Snow How  

Airport Equipment

Øveraasen delivers runway sweepers, self-propelled snowblowers, unit snowblowers which effectively cleans runways, taxiways and aprons for snow on airports. 

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Road Equipment

Øveraasen has produced snow removal equipment for professional users in more than 90 years. Our V-plows, diagonal, elementploughs and snowblowers for roads handles all types of snow. 

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Railroad Equipment

Øveraasen equipment for railroad snowclearing are customized with a flexible range of products like power packs, track cleaners, brushes and snow blowers. 

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Used Equipment

Øveraasen sell used equipment. As it is or after a complete overhaul/service. 

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Service & Support

Excellent service, superior quality, punctual deliveries - our team is there for you. 

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Contact us

Please contact us if you have any questions or just want to have a ploughchat. We are here for you. 

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News from the snow professionals  

Another milestone on the way to Autonomy!

Swedavia is during next week taking delivery of the first RS 400 Performance Line runway sweepers for Stockholm Arlanda Airport. The contract between Øveraasen AS and Swedavia was signed last year and in spite of the challenging Corona situation the machines are delivered before the winter season of 2020/2021. All together 20 units are going to be delivered this year.

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New Chemical Sprayers to Swedavia

Øveraasen have delivered 8 pcs. chemical sprayers and spreaders to Swedavia.

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Øveraasen goes to Sweden

Øveraasen has recently established its own daughter company in Sweden. The company is established in Norrköping some 100 km south of Stockholm. 

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A Monsterblower to Hamburg Airport

Øveraasen AS wil this week deliver a monster of a snowblower to Hamburg Airport. This is not any type of machine, but by far the world's largest self-propelled snow blower.

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