The Finnish food packaging and disposable tableware production giant Huhtamaki is increasing its production capacity at its plant in Ivanteevka, Moscow Region, with a new manufacturing and storage facility built, according to the Finnish-Russian Chamber of Commerce.
Finnish company Huhtamaki, which is a leading specialist in the production of food packaging for food products, beverages and disposable dishes, plans to expand its production in the Moscow region, said Moscow Region Governor Andrey Vorobyev.
Three new residents of the Titanium Valley special economic zone in the Urals are expected to invest more than RUB1 billion in the creation of production facilities, reports the Information Policy Department of the Sverdlovsk Region.
The Finnish Huhtamaki will expand production in the Alabuga SEZ in 2020 and transfer catering from plastic to paper. The company's plans were disclose right before the Finnish Business goes Kazan forum by Evgeniy Osipenko, CEO of Huhtamaki Foodservice Alabuga, the factory of disposable tableware and paper packaging. The news was reported by the press-office of the Alabuga SEZ.
The Finnish company specializing in the production of food packaging and disposable tableware plans to invest 3.2 billion rubles in the development of production in the Moscow Region, according to the press release by Deputy Prime Minister of the Moscow Region Denis Butsaev.
The Finnish Huhtamaki producing carton packaging will invest RUB 3.2 bln in expansion of its production in the Moscow Region, according to the press-office of the Ministry of Investments of the Moscow Region.
Finnish Huhtamaki intends to launch additional production in the territory of the Moscow Region, Denis Butsayev, Deputy Chairman of the Moscow Region Government and Minister of Investments and Innovations, said.
It was discussed today that in the event of support from the government of the Moscow Region in provision of additional volumes of gas the company (Huhtamaki) will be ready to invest RUB 0.5 bln more at the next stage of construction, Butsayev said.
Huhtamaki Molded Fiber of Finland launched its seventh production line for environmentally friendly egg packaging in Ivanteevka in the vicinity of Moscow. Investments into construction of the new line and warehousing facility exceeded RUB 700 mm. The plant is the largest company enterprise in Eastern Europe and the largest egg packaging producer in Russia and CIS.
I am happy to announce inauguration of the new egg packaging production line in the Huhtamaki Milded Fiber division. We are inaugurating a new line due to, among other things, the increasing demand for our products among the clients. We thank them all for this. The new line will create 20 new jobs. It all started with our opening of a small production facility in Ivanteevka. Now, we are inaugurating our seventh line. I am very grateful to our clients for their staying with us," the company executive noted.
Finland-based Huhtamaki, a food packaging and tableware company, is to build a plant in Alabuga special economic zone in Tatarstan, Russia.
The new plant will supply McDonalds restaurants in the Volga area, Western Siberia, Kazakhstan and the Urals. The plant is expected to be operational at the end of 2015. The company will invest about $40 million. It also runs a plant in Moscow.
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Huhtamaki serves the consumer packaging industry through three sectors: fast-moving consumer goods, food service and fresh foods. Its products include plastic and paper cups, packaging for dairy products, frozen meals, fresh produce, delicatessen items and disposable tableware.