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Huhtamaki opens a paper straw manufacturing facility in Northern Ireland


Huhtamaki celebrates today the opening of its new, state-of-the-art foodservice packaging manufacturing facility in Northern Ireland. The facility is located in the town of Antrim, near Belfast, and it is expected to employ approximately 100 people over the next few years. With the new facility ...


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Huhtamaki appoints Charles Héaulmé as President and CEO


The planned CEO succession takes place as Jukka Moisio steps down after a long and successful tenure and Charles Héaulmé (52) takes the lead as the new President and CEO of Huhtamaki. The transition will take place on April 26, 2019, following the Annual General Meeting. "I want to thank Jukka ...


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Huhtamaki invests in a new manufacturing facility in Hämeenlinna, Finland


Huhtamaki is investing app. EUR 11 million to have a new manufacturing facility built in Hämeenlinna, Finland. Manufacturing operations will be transferred from the current facility that has been built in the 60's to a new, modern facility. Construction work is planned to begin during spring 2018 ...


Huhtamaki invests to grow its foodservice business in Eastern Europe


Huhtamaki will set up a greenfield paper cup manufacturing unit in Kiev, Ukraine. With local manufacturing Huhtamaki will be able to better serve both its local and global customers, and help them grow. Huhtamaki has been present in Ukraine since 2002 and is currently serving the market by ...


Huhtamaki invests to grow in China


Huhtamaki supports the profitable growth of its foodservice business in China by investing in the expansion and modernization of its manufacturing unit in Guangzhou, South China. The total investment including site expansion, improvements in plant layout and new high-speed machinery is expected ...


Huhtamaki to improve competitiveness in Asia-Oceania


Huhtamaki is taking actions to improve the competitiveness of its Foodservice business in Asia and Oceania. The actions concern the Foodservice Europe-Asia-Oceania segment's operations in China and New Zealand, which have had an adverse effect on the segment's earnings in 2015 and in the first ...


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