Scanfil to Arrange a Virtual Factory Tour to Suzhou in its Capital Markets Day

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Scanfil arranges the company’s first Capital Markets Day on Tuesday, 14 September 2021 from 10:00 a.m. until approximately 1:30 p.m. EEST. Scanfil is the first company in Finland to offer a virtual factory tour for investors.

The tour will take participants to the electronics and system integration factory in Suzhou, China. The factory is under expansion project planning which aims to double its production and warehouse space. The project started in August 2021.

“This is an excellent opportunity for investors to discover one of Scanfil’s SMART technology programme flagship factories. When the corona crisis started, we kicked off a virtual factory tour for our customers and now we offer the same to investors”, says Scanfil’s CEO Petteri Jokitalo. “By doing this, we can protect people’s health, save time and reduce environmental effects caused by travelling. We believe this way of working is here to stay”

The event will be arranged as a hybrid event both online and onsite. The live event venue will be Sanomatalo, Helsinki, Finland.


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