Plastone reorganizes its production activities in Estonia and will merge the Saue production unit into the Tallinn plant by 1 January 2022. The purpose of merging the factories is to expand production activities and consolidate the competence and equipment of the plastics industry under one roof.
Peeter Mõrd, CEO of Plastone, notes that merging two factories in Estonia is an important step for the company. “The larger production area at the Tallinn plant creates conditions for growth, new investments and business development in Estonia. We consolidate the entire company’s competence and equipment under one roof, which simplifies production processes and makes supply chains more compact. This will allow us to offer our customers more flexible solutions,” says Peeter Mõrd.
According to the CEO, more than 1 million euros will be invested in restructuring and new equipment, which will improve the efficiency of core and support processes, reduce energy consumption and create new value for customers, partners and employees. Plastone offers jobs at the Tallinn plant to people working in the Saue production unit. Preparations for the relocation of the Saue plant are underway and the technology will be gradually transferred to Tallinn by the end of the year. Plastone will continue assembly work at the Haapsalu plant.