QUALITY ARISES FROM COOPERATION

Quality control and improvement. Cooperation and understanding of customer needs. These big words are often heard, but what do they actually mean? In this issue of For Surface Protection, we wish to tell you what they mean to us.
We are constantly following material development and product innovations in Finland and abroad. We have earlier discussed for example noise damp coated containers.
Borealis is a leading provider of innovative solutions in the fields of polyolefins, base chemicals and fertilizers. The company operates in 120 countries. In Finland, Borealis Polymers Oy manufactures polyolefins and base chemicals in Kilpilahti, Porvoo.

MAINTENANCE PAINTING AT ATRIA’S PLANT

Atria, based in Finland, is one of the leading meat and food companies in the Nordic countries, Russia and Estonia.

FRESH SHINE FOR SILOS

The Finnish family-owned chemical industry company Kiilto operates in four business areas: construction, industrial adhesive and hygiene solutions, professional cleaning and hygiene, and consumer products. Many car travellers recognize the Kiilto silos on Tampere motorway in Lempäälä.

REDI’S MAJAKKA IS HARD AS STEEL

Majakka, part of the REDI complex being built in Helsinki’s Kalasatama district, will be a 134-metre high landmark. Once completed, Majakka will be Finland’s tallest residential building, first of the eight new tower buildings planned in Kalasatama.
Quality, safety and environmental values are at the heart of FSP’s operations. High quality emerges from the right materials, methods and expertise.
Tens of thousands of litres of paint per year, hundreds of customer contacts and a continuous flow of customer audits. Work days are busy and varied at the surface treatment facility in Saue, Estonia. A cooperative outlook helps succeed in both the painting shop and customer work.
In late 2018 the Finnish aerospace and defence company Patria and FSP agreed on a long-term cooperation at the Hämeenlinna site where Patria’s products were being surface treated. The surface treatment functions of the site were transferred to FSP this January. What is our Hämeenlinna unit like? Read on to learn more about its operations
The largest customer of FSP’s Iisalmi unit is Normet. We share production facilities and work in close cooperation. It is beneficial for both sides to have processes as smooth as possible – which leaves production capacity for other customers as well.