Latest Scandinavian Manufacturing News

Tetra Pak builds new plant in Rayong, Thailand

Tetra Pak has annouced to build a new plant at its Rayong site in Thailand, dedicated to producing closures for carton packaging. The €24 million investment, which will create around 60 jobs when it opens early in 2018, will be capable of producing more than 3 billion closures every year. With demand for well-designed closures…

Jotun’s growth in Southeast Asia contributes to result

Jotun (Norway), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of paints and powder coatings delivered its second best result ever in 2016, seeing strong results in challenging markets such as Southeast Asia. Led by solid growth in the Decorative Paints and Powder Coatings segments, the company had operating revenue of NOK 15.8 billion and an operating…

Much more than cabinets – Thai-Swedish business celebrates 20

After 20 years in business The Cabinet (equally representing a Hua Hin-based furniture store, a kitchen and interior designer etc.) have achieved more than even those who think they know this firm well could imagine! Quite many years ago when Janeric Hogane introduced The Cabinet he talked of: ‘From bare shell to beer in the…

Swedish business solutions for Thai manufacturing towards Industry 4.0

In November 2016 the Embassy of Sweden in Bangkok and Business Sweden brought a manufacturing delegation of Swedish companies to Thailand for the second year in a row. This included, in connection to the Metalex Fair a seminar on the topic ‘Implementation of industry 4.0 in the Thai Manufacturing industry’, with the purpose to discuss…

Tetra Pak builds new factory in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Tetra Pak, the world’s leading food processing and packaging solutions company has announced it will expand it regional manufacturing footprint in the Asia-Pacific with a US$110 million factory in Vietnam. The decision is based on increasing in Thailand as well as the Asia-Pacific and demand for liquid dairy and beverages packed in cartons. Tetra Pak’s…

Lego’s top management visited China

During 21 – 25 November 2016 Danish toy company Lego’s top management visited China in order to open factories, participate in innovation seminars, meeting several Chinese government official and signing an agreement with the Forbidden Palace – all done with the support of the Danish representations in China. On the 24th of November, the Embassy…

Volvo Cars’ new China strategy and expansion

Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, has in November 2016 unveiled a new manufacturing strategy for China in which production capacity will be increased and a global manufacturing and export hub will be developed, servicing growing demand for its new range of cars in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific. Volvo Cars will make its…

Sunquick Malaysia’s manufacturing success

Denmark is legendary for its dairy products and beer brands, but also other beverages such as fruit juices. And from the island of Penang island comes Sunquick. But what most consumers of this very popular brand in Malaysia probably do not know is that it is in fact Danish. It will also surprise most that…