About Malthus

02 April 2008

Malthus, based in Fosus, Norway, has a range of businesses in the construction sector. The company's interests include modular/temporary buildings, weather protection systems, site equipment, concrete formwork as well as its access business

The modular buildings' uses include schools, offices, hotels and temporary buildings. They can be supplied fully furnished down to bathroom suites and curtains if required.

The weather protection range includes Malthus own patented tarpaulin system which can be used for advertising banners and dividing walls in industrial plants and in warehouses. The company supplies scaffolding nets and tarpaulins, boat covers and tailor made products.

The building equipment division supplies a range of ancillary products such as trailers, flexible storage, fencing, scaffolding, showers and toilets.

Malthus' concrete formwork is produced in its plant in Figgjo, Norway. It is a flexible system which can be used for insulated and uninsulated buildings. The system includes: panels, walls and tie rods, ring wall panels, floor panels, tanks, silos and accessories. Formwork is also available for rental.

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