Invenir project working has not been affected too much by the corona-virus, at least not yet. Planning, assembly and testing operations have continued as normal. Due to the travel restrictions some on-site installations will require special arrangements. We have also seen some delays in components supply, but it is not too bad.
We have applied internal precaution activities: avoiding all unnecessary traveling, taking no visitors, activating some practical measures inside the normal working day and part of the office people working at home.
We also continue discussions and project planning for the future with a number of potential customers. It is good to see that all the investment plans have not been blocked by corona. It will be over some day, and now it’s the best moment to start plans and preparations for machine installations in 2021.
It’s time to look forward to 2020.
2018-19 were busy years for Invenir, thanks to a strong growth in sales in recent years. Rapid growth can be challenging, but we have been fortunate to find more professionals in all required fields of competence: Project management, mechanical design, electrical design, assembly, programming and not to forget ever so important functions as documentation and after sales. We are now better than ever equipped to meet the demands of our customers.
We go into 2020 with an optimal organization, having a healthy order and offer book. That gives us the opportunity to focus on staying in the front edge of technological development and project execution. Good can always be better.
P.S. In stead of sending post card greetings, we have made a charity donation.
If you wonder what we have worked with within the last years, please check our updated reference lists under Woodworking and Insulation Industry. There you can find examples of what we have delivered so far.
We are happy to announce that we have received many significant orders during the start of 2017. Together with the strong offer book, it has enabled us to employ new co-workers. We have made in total 4 new recruitments, to construction design department and assembly department. Thus we are well prepared to meet the increasing demand for our solutions.
Invenir Oy has received a significant order from SCA for updating the existing planer line in Tunadal. The delivery includes both new equipment and re-arranging and control of existing equipment.
– We are very excited and proud that we were chosen by SCA as the main supplier for this major investment. The order is one of the biggest in our history, and it is the first time we have signed a contract with SCA, which is one of the biggest forest product companies in Europe. We look forward to working with SCA and we hope it will lead into a long lasting partnership, says Andreas Björses, Director of Wood Industry at Invenir Oy.
– This investment is of great importance to us. We are getting a line that is fully adapted to our main product lines, for example exterior cladding. With the new line we should be able to take a market leading position in terms of quality and future development. We are fully satisfied with the solutions presented by Invenir that, in competition with others, best meets our requirements, says Markus Henningsson, manager SCA Timber Supply Skandinavien
The installation works will start in the end of 2017, and the production will start in February 2018.
Invenir is pleased to announce that as of today, Petri Saikkonen has been appointed Technical Director and will join the project sales and administration team.
Petri has 20 years of experience of project sales and management to the woodworking businesses. Petri joins Invenir from Manitek Oy, where he worked as head of sales. For the time being Petri will also continue co-operation with Manitek plywood customers.
-It is rare to find people with Petri’s skills, know-how and contact network. I am sure he will be a great addition to our team, says CEO Matti Ylitalo.
For more information, please contact Petri Saikkonen or Matti Ylitalo.
After receiving multiple orders in the beginning of 2016 – still keeping a strong offer book, Invenir is happy to announce three new recruitments. All three are add-on recruitments, to increase the strength and capacity of Invenir. Timo Koski has joined the construction design department, Pekka Uusitalo is new in the automation department, and Mikko Heinonen will join the assembly department. Invenir now has a staff of 19 persons, in addition to a solid network of subcontractors.
Invenir has upgraded the automatic feeding system to a horizontal Finger Joint machine for StoraEnso in Sweden. The installation and the commissioning of the next generation feeding system was done during a long weekend.
– We are very satisfied with the Invenir delivery, as we have had a clear increase in production capacity since the update, says Jan-Owe Swaij at StoraEnso .
Invenir next generation feeding system combines all benefits with product development. It is cheaper to build, more simple to use, requires less setting times – still being faster and more reliable than other solutions on the market. For more information, please contact Andreas Björses at Invenir.
Martek-Invenir next generation slab packaging machine has been installed and commissioned successfully for Izocam Ticaret ve Sanyi A.S. in Istanbul at the end of year 2015.
The new bagger is able to pack more slabs/pack than other existing machines, with less over compression – still using the same foil and foil tube size.
The delivery of the bagger was the first project for Martek-Invenir in co-operation with Izocam and also the first delivery to Turkey.
For further details about the new bagger, please contact Juho Hemminki.
We welcome you to meet us at the Puu ja Bioenergia 2015 fair in Jyväskylä 2-4.9.2015. You can find us at stand B-561. Personnel from scanner supplier Woodeye will also attend the fair together with us.
If your schedule is tight and you wish to book negotiation time, please contact Andreas Björses, +358 503298681.