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Estonia: Russian manufacturer of fertilizers starts building ammonia terminal in Sillamae

Estonia: Russian manufacturer of fertilizers starts building ammonia terminal in Sillamae

17.12.2018

The Russian manufacturer of fertilizers EuroChem Group AG has started the construction of an ammonia terminal capable of handling a million tons of ammonia per year in the northeastern Estonian city of Sillamae, reported LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Cargo, Construction, Industrial Parks, Investments, Port, Transport



Lithuania's Megrame to manage 1,400 ha of forests in Rwanda

Lithuania's Megrame to manage 1,400 ha of forests in Rwanda

06.11.2018

Sawmill East Africa, a firm linked to Lithuania's windows and doors manufacturing group Megrame, has signed a concession agreement with Rwanda's government to manage over 1,411 hectares of state forests for 49 years and is about to complete the construction of a wood processing facility in a local industrial park, informs LETA/BNS/Verslo Zinios.

Lithuania wants to attract major data centers to Kruonis industrial park

Lithuania wants to attract major data centers to Kruonis industrial park

08.10.2018

As Lithuania wants to attract major data centers, the country plans to assess possibilities until next spring as to whether the Kruonis PSP Industrial Park is suitable for that, informed LETA/BNS.


Capella’s 10M EUR Klaipeda FEZ plant material extraction plant to boost Klaipeda’s blue economy

Capella’s 10M EUR Klaipeda FEZ plant material extraction plant to boost Klaipeda’s blue economy

27.02.2018

Capella Baltica, a Spanish cosmetics and food industry supplier, has just signed a 10M EUR investment deal to build a 2500 sq. m powder and oil extract production plant and laboratory at the Klaipeda Free Economic Zone. The company plans to employ up to 40 engineers, biochemists and other specialists at the Klaipeda facility to supply customers from EU, US, Canada and Asia.

North Estonia to get new prefab concrete plant

North Estonia to get new prefab concrete plant

04.09.2017

A company by the name G.K. Ehitus is about to set up a plant for the manufacture of prefabricated concrete elements inside the building of a former roof tile factory in Aseri, north Estonia, which is expected to employ a workforce of up to 50 people, informs LETA/BNS.


03.07.2017

East Capital’s fund acquires Nehatu logistics park in Tallinn

East Capital Baltic Property Fund III managed by East Capital announces the signing of an agreement to acquire Nehatu logistics park in Tallinn from logistics and industrial park operator VGP. The price of the transaction is 54 mln euros, making it one of the largest transactions in Estonia since the fund bought Hilton hotel in 2016, reported BC the press service of the fund.

23.05.2017

Tallinna Toostuspargid posts EUR 493,528 profit for 2016

AS Tallinna Toostuspargid, an industrial parks company owned by the city of Tallinn, earned a net profit of 493,528 euros in 2016, compared with a profit of 123,400 euros posted for 2015, writes LETA/BNS.

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