About Westplast

Hallgeir Skorpen started his carrier in the family based company “Skorpa Fiberglas”, founded by his father Gerhard Skorpen.
Skorpa Fiberglas built their first boat in 1956, by 1986 over 550 pleasure crafts had been built and delivered in Fiberglas. 
 
In 1986 Hallgeir left his father’s company and started up on his own.
Basis for his new started company was boat repairs.
Eventually business expanded to include construction of niche products and work boats.
The company specialized in products made ​​of fiberglass and sandwich structures.
Since the early beginning Westplast have performed hundreds of repairs and new buildings.
The company's first new build was a 50 ft. passenger boat made with sandwich construction.
In addition to towing boats, mob boats, passenger boats, fishing boats and workboats, was a one off emergency boat delivered to the island Jan Mayen.

After years of development Westplast delivered in 1994 the first floating beacons to the Norwegian Coastal Administration(Kystverket).
This resulted to a production of approx. 200 floating beacons, they are now located along the Norwegian coast.
From the Swedish border in the south to Russia in north. Special designed beacons have been built for coastal regions and the Arctic.
 
Since 1996 Westplast have built and delivered boats to the Seismic Industry.
 
In 2005 a prototype of WP950SW were made for testing.
First delivery of WP950SW took place in May 2007.
 
In 2013 Westplast presented WP960, the new generation of WP workboats.