Airthings ASA

Airthings ASA

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About the company

Airthings ASA is a Norway-based technology company and producer of radon and indoor air quality monitors. The Company’s business activities are divided into three business segments: Airthings for Consumer offers a range of top-of-the-line air quality monitors to anyone who wants to create and maintain a healthy home environment. Airthings for Business is Company’s Business to business segment, offering air quality solutions to schools, office buildings, and other commercial buildings; and Airthings for Professionals provides an National Radon Proficiency Program/ National Radon Safety Board certified radon measurement device tailored toward home inspectors and radon professionals. Airthings ASA is headquartered in Oslo and has two wholly owned subsidiaries, Airthings America Inc. in the US and Airthings AB in Sweden.

  • Revenue in NOK (TTM)370.44m
  • Net income in NOK-110.49m
  • Incorporated2008
  • Employees138.00
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