Glaston receives order from the US
Finnish glass processing expert Glaston has received an order for an FC Series tempering furnace and ProL lamination line from US-based Manko Windows Systems.
Finnish Raumaster continues strong growth
Finnish material handling specialist Raumaster has delivered a comprehensive cleantech solution to China and also secured a 20 million-euro order in Finland.
Wärtsilä makes acquisition and upgrades project
Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has agreed to acquire Sweden-based Puregas Solutions. Wärtsilä is also co-operating with its subsidiary American Hydro to increase the efficiency and production capacity of a pump-generating plant in the US.
MacGregor establishes head office in Singapore
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has established its head office in Singapore in order to strengthen its local presence in Asia.
Konecranes signs big numbers in Belgium
Konecranes’ Antwerp-based service organisation will take care of all of the maintenance and repair work on more than 150 Konecranes Noell Straddle Carriers.
Valmet receives order from South Africa
Finnish industrial company Valmet will deliver a new gravity feed chipper to the Sappi Ngodwana mill in South Africa.
Kalmar and Glaston deliver to Australia and the US
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, is continuing its co-operation with Australia’s largest stevedore DP World Australia and will deliver 38 machines to DP World Logistics Australia. Finnish glass processing company Glaston, meanwhile, has received a significant order from the US.
KONE to equip cruise ships and mega yachts
Finnish elevator and escalator industry giant KONE is to equip two new MV WERFTEN cruise ships being built in Germany. In addition, the company will deliver elevators and escalators to two MV WERFTEN ‘Endeavor’ expedition mega yachts that will operate in the Arctic, Antarctic and in the Tropics.
Wärtsilä powers world first for fish farming industry
Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has been contracted to deliver the ship design for a new processing and transportation vessel to be built at the Balenciaga shipyard in Spain.
Wärtsilä to supply vessels and a power plant
Technology group Wärtsilä is to supply two fishing trawlers being built in Russia with engines and a propulsion system. The Finnish company is also supplying Chinese and German research vessels and a power plant in Morocco.