Outotec (Filters) Oy and FSP Finnish Steel Painting Oy have reached an agreement on the outsourcing of acid pickling and painting operations at Outotec’s Lappeenranta factory. With this cooperation, FSP will be expanding its operations to South Karelia. The company sees demand for high-quality and cost-efficient surface treatment services in the area. Outotec Filters and
Head office’s new street address from 1st November 2015: FSP Finnish Steel Painting Ltd Kalliosolantie 3 FI-01740 Vantaa, Finland Email: fsp@fspcorp.com Phone (switchboard): +358 9 278 6270 Other phone numbers starting “+358 9” and fax will be deactivated. Contact information of FSP’s other places of business will remain unchanged. Our invoicing address will change from
We welcome you to meet us at the Subcontracting Trade Fair which will take place on 15-17 September 2015 at Tampere Exhibition and Sports Centre. The Subcontracting Trade Fair is an excellent forum for getting to know new possibilities and exchanging views with other professionals. You are welcomed to meet us at our stand C
Transtech Oy, a railway vehicle supplier and manufacturer of engineering products, and FSP Finnish Steel Painting Oy, the leading provider of industrial surface treatment in North Europe, have signed a significant cooperation agreement covering several years. The agreement states that FSP will provide surface treatment for outer surface parts of low-floor articulated trams at the
We have finalized our co-operation negotiations in 30th September 2014, that’s how we ensure that we respond to our customers’ needs also in the future, we invest in flexibility and the overall quality of our services. With organizational changes we both enhance and develop our operations and respond to the demand of the surface treatment
The Swedish Ramberg Investment AB has acquired a controlling interest in FSP Finnish Steel Painting Oy located in Söderkulla, Sipoo, Helsinki capital area. The investment company is headed by Fredrik Ramberg, who has also previously been among the main owners of FSP. Now Ramberg wants to increase his ownership in FSP. At the same time,
The establishment of the subsidiary in Norway supports FSP’s vision of being the leading and diverse surface treatment producer in the North European market.The main strategic goal is to increase turnover to 50 million euro before the end of 2015.The objective is to double international sale during three following years. There will be big expansion
FSP Finnish Steel Painting Ltd and a leading manufacturer of lift truck attachments, Auramo Oy have concluded a significant agreement in surface treatment services. In the initial phase, the agreement covers surface treatment operations at the Auramo’s Vantaa facilities. In the end of the summer operations will be transferred to the new factory in Järvenpää.