Sabriscan Accelerating growth for Finnish mould supplier

Editor: Briggette Jaya

Moulds – Finland-based Sabriscan supplies moulds internationally, with the business model of the company being based on local service partnerships globally.

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A Sabriscan injection mould. The operating model of the company is based on global delivery, local customer service, a quality that has been improved with lean methods, delivery reliability, engineering expertise and a sizeable manufacturing capacity.
A Sabriscan injection mould. The operating model of the company is based on global delivery, local customer service, a quality that has been improved with lean methods, delivery reliability, engineering expertise and a sizeable manufacturing capacity.
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A mould supplier to top Tier1 manufacturers of big makers including Valeo, Hella and Schieffer, Sabriscan says its operating model is based on global delivery, local customer service, a quality that has been improved with lean methods, delivery reliability, engineering expertise and a sizeable manufacturing capacity.

MD and CEO Jari Kokkonen said: “Recent years have proven that our unique business model works in the industry. In the past two years, the number of purchasing customers has tripled and the order backlog is strong. Now we just need a slight additional boost for the number of customers to continue to grow.”

Among its customers are international automotive lighting industry and moulds markets, including those in the electrical and electronics industry as well as the consumer products sector. In addition to its Riihimäki-based high-expertise engineering workshop in Finland, Sabriscan has subsidiaries that serve customers situated in India and Romania. Spring will see the company joining the Swedish market and a subsidiary is being opened in Morocco.

The company revealed that its sales had increased in 2018 by over 50% amounting to €8,7 million. Kokkonen added that about two thirds of the company turnover is derived within the country, but it is aiming for more than half of the turnover to come from international markets.

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