Wed, 29 Sep 2010: Swedes say timing is right…



“We already planned to expand outside Sweden, and eyed Tartu, in Estonia, as a likely site. Then, this excellent opportunity came up,” says Christer Fransson, CEO of the newly established Mekanotjanst Baltic. According to Fransson, the profile of the Tartu plant will be similar to that of the Swedish metal processing plant. “Sheet metal processing, milling operations, and, to some extent, assembly,” he says. The plant, currently equipped and planned to be launched in October, will mostly produce for export. “We will have some customers in Estonia, but mainly the product will be exported to Sweden as well as other countries,” says Fransson. “Mekanotjanst is a subcontractor for large Swedish and... Read the rest of this entry »

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