Roger Trones


Dr.philos Roger Trones has a PhD. from the University of Oslo in analytical organic chemistry. He was the cofounder of G&T Septech, and he has been running G&T Septech since the start-up in 1997. He also runs the daughter companies; Teknolab (Norway) and Teknolab Sorbent (Sweden). He has turned own innovations into commercial business, written several papers, held two patents and has several years of experience as board member including being chairman of the board.

Raymond Trones

Head of Production

Raymond is our laboratory engineer. He started working in our daughter company Teknolab AS in 2010, where he worked within logistics, but also in sales and general operation of the company when needed. He started as a laboratory assistant for GTS a few years later and then at the daughter company ETN AS.
With several years of study, training and hard work, he has gained experience and skills to become a full-time specialist in packaging and testing our own products and our customers OEM products.
He strives for perfection and is constantly working to create the best products possible.

Tyge Greibrokk


Dr.philos Tyge Greibrokk was professor of analytical chemistry, served a period as head of the Department of Chemistry, head and member of several boards and comissions at the University of Oslo. Supervising 125 master students and 30 Ph.D.students, coordinator of EU-networks, editor of Journal of Separation Science  from the start, author of more than 300 scientific papers and recipient of several prizes, including the Golay Award at Palm Springs in 2013. Greibrokk was cofounder of G&T Septech.

Trond Løvli


Trond Løvli is an experienced drug development chemist with more than 17 years’ background from the health care- and pharmaceutical industry. Løvli joined the mother company G&T Septech as Business development Manager in 2010 and as Head of Development in the daughter company Extraction Technology Norway in 2013. Løvli has key experience in project lead heading international co-operated drug development projects. This includes experience in regulatory compliance such as GMP, GLP and ISO. Løvli is also experienced in Intellectual property Rights (IPR) work and business intelligence related to IPR.

Trond Løvli gained his MSc. degree in synthetic organic chemistry from the University of Oslo in 1993.

Gerd Helgheim Slemdal