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Report
Tetra Pak,
Lappeenranta
February 20, 2013
Tor Dahlskog,
your presenter
► Supply
Chain director, TP Nordics
► 54
years old
► 30
years in Tetra Pak
► Swedish
► 22
and based in Sweden since 2009
years working abroad
- Argentina, Canada, Spain, Italy, Switzerland and USA
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Our Vision
We commit to making
food safe and available,
everywhere
What do we do?
Tetra Paks Global Business Model
Capital Equipment
Technical Service
Packaging Material
Three independent business areas
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”A package should save more
than it costs!”
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The first Tetra Pak package
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Today’s package portfolio
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Tetra Pak is global and works locally
Tetra Pak in summary, January 2012
Machine assembly plants
Packaging material and closure plants
9
42
Countries where Tetra Pak packages are available >170
R&D units
11
Technical training centres
16
Employees
22,896
Net sales mio €
10,360
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A local partner
38 market companies
79 sales offices around the world
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Products delivered in Tetra Pak
packages in 2011
Food, 2.8%
Other products, 0.9%
Dairy alternatives, 4.3%
Wine & spirits, 2.6%
Still drinks, 8.5%
Liquid dairy
products
(LDP), 63.3%
Juices &
nectars, 17.6%
Per cent of total volume: 75,686 mio litres
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Market Area Nordics, Packaging
SWEDEN
Lund
EMPLOYEES NORDICS
TOTAL 2011
Packaging
176
Production (TPPM)
625
Total
801
95
TPPM Lund
270
TPPM Sunne
260
TPPM Skoghall
40
FINLAND
Helsinki
36
TPPM Imatra
50
NORWAY
Oslo
15
ESTONIA
Tallinn
5
LATVIA
Riga
20
LITHUANIA
Vilnius
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Building TP Imatra...
Logistic savings were the main
reason for allocation to Imatra
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We got Approval end of 2010
•
February 2011 – Imatra Site identified
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May 2011 – Imatra Site confirmed
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June 2011 – Factory building work commenced
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August 2011 – Recruitment of all personnel completed
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September 2011 – Started the WCM Journey
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September 2011 – Handover of factory from contractor
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December 2011 – Machine Installation completed
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December 2011 – All machines commissioned
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December 2011 – First Packaging Material Produced
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December 2011 – First product delivered to Customer
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February 2011 – Imatra Site identified
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June 2011 – Factory building work
commenced
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We have 50 employees, there
were 850 applicants
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We are employing mostly local
people, everybody speaks English
Factory Manager
Tommy Kjellberg
Controller
Niina Ovaska
Office & HR
Manager
Leena Kokkonen
Production
Manager
Timo Vitol
Process Manager
Martin Frijters
Quality Manager
Reija Asikainen
Maintenance
Supervisor
Tomi Pinomäki
Supply Chain
Manager
Titta Vanhatalo
WCM Manager
Mari Hankia
Production Planner
Vesa Hirvonen
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Company knowledge and Core values are
important when starting in a new country
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In September we started to
install our machines
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In January 2012 we delivered the
first package to customers
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…and here we are producing 500 mio packs
for the Finnish Consumers
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Local production of packaging
and packaging material
42 plants around the world
Carton:
Closures:
36
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