Cambi won the prestigious Norwegian Export Prize 2019

Asker, 8 May 2019


During the annual Export Conference, Cambi was awarded the Export Prize 2019. Cambi was declared the winner in competition with 70 leading Norwegian companies. The nominees were judged based on their global turnover, export share in turnover, profitability over time, value creation in Norway, and product/ market innovation level.

John G. Bernander, the jury leader, handed the prize mentioning that Cambi’s solutions “represent the circular economy in practice. Their research and development focused on sustainability, forward-looking innovation and economic growth over time, make the company a worthy winner of the Export Prize 2019”. The Minister of Business Affairs, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen, added that “Cambi's solutions are not only relevant for business, but also have an important impact on the environment. I am impressed by what Cambi has achieved in countries such as China, the United States and Singapore”.
Cambi’s CEO, Per Lillebø, is honoured by the prize and sees it as an acknowledgement of the trust Cambi has built with clients all over the world, who repeatedly entrust us with contracts in highly competitive public tenders. Cambi has ambitious plans for growth in the years to come.

The Export Conference is organized every year by Export Credit Norway, GIEK (Guarantee Institute for Export Credit), GIEK Credit Insurance and Innovation Norway. The conference brings together Norway’s main exporters to discuss challenges and successful approaches for Norwegian companies selling globally.
The Export Prize is among the most prestigious distinctions awarded to Norwegian companies, as it shines the spotlight on companies that achieve sustainable success in international markets.
Cambi provides sludge and biosolids management solutions for safe, smart and sustainable cities. Our Thermal Hydrolysis Process (CambiTHP) is a disruptive technology integrating into wastewater treatment plants with anaerobic digestion. We help utilities turn sewage sludge and other organic waste streams into valuable resources, such as biogas and high-quality biosolids. Cambi serves more than 70 million people in cities from 22 countries. For more information, visit our website,