Tag: Finland

The 1st near zero-energy hall in Finland completed

The first near zero-energy hall in Finland for commercial and office premises has been completed at Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK) in Hämeenlinna.

Outokumpu restarts ferrochrome production project

Outokumpu has announced that it will restart its ferrochrome production project to double the Group's ferrochrome production capacity in Finland.

Ferrochrome production expansion re-evaluated

Outokumpu has decided to update the feasibility study on the investment to double the ferrochrome production capacity at Tornio in Finland to 530,000tns.

Outokumpu to close Veteli site

Outokumpu is taking new actions to restructure its Stainless Tubular Business Unit by closing its production site in Veteli in Finland.

Ruukki to improve operations

Ruukki Metals will further improve long-term efficiency and profitability and to adjust operations to weak market conditions.

Outokumpu layoffs

Outokumpu has stated in the outlook of its third quarter interim report, that the stainless steel demand is currently weak and the company expects its fourth quarter delivery volumes to be at about the same level or slightly above the volumes in the third quarter, which is clearly below the company's full production capacity.

Finland: ferrochrome production increase

Outokumpu's Board of Directors has approved plans to expand the Group's ferrochrome production capacity in Tornio, Finland.

Special stainless increase

Outokumpu’s Board of Directors has approved a major investment to start the production of high-quality ultra-clean ferritic stainless steel grades, as well as bright annealed austenitic and ferritic stainless steel products in Tornio, Finland, to increase the share of direct end-user and project sales and to expand the value-added special stainless steel products capacity.

Outokumpu improves ferritic capability

Outokumpu has revealed details of another major investment at its flagship works in Tornio, Finland.

Finland: Areva modernisation

A consortium led by AREVA has signed a contract with Fortum Heat and Power Oy for the modernisation of instrumentation & control (I&C) systems in the Loviisa nuclear power plant in Finland.