Nokian Launches Phase Two of its Russian Plant

22nd November 2006 | 0 Comments

The second stage of Nokian Tyres‘ Russian factory, which started operation in June 2005, was launched today (22 November) in Vsevolozhsk. The second stage launch marks the conclusion of construction work on the warehouse and the mixing departments, which started in September 2005.

The 19,000 square metre warehouse can house approximately 600,000 tyres. The start-up and test-run of the first mixing line at the new department was done in September and the second line is being installed. The new mixing department enables the company to produce rubber compounds for tyre production locally in Russia and end deliveries from the Nokia factory in Finland.

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