The transition to digital environments and tools is also strongly evident in Halton. The company’s potential for streamlining production is multiplied by the fact that Halton has production facilities in many different countries. Halton is a family business founded in Kausala, Kymenlaakso, in 1969; over the years, its operations have expanded to almost 35 countries.
The Halton Group currently employs more than 1,550 people and has production facilities in nine countries. The products delivered for high-profile applications are not only top-quality, but also manufactured in a streamlined manner.
– Now that we have taken a great step towards the digitalization and optimization of our production here in Finland, we certainly want to utilize this opportunity in our foreign facilities as well. Gradual introduction of PES at our factory in France is among our short-term objectives, Ahola mentions.
Another megatrend that has reached Halton is the network-like operation model. In Halton’s solution range, the novel concept is represented by Inoroom™, for example – an integrated operating theater solution jointly developed by three partners. In addition to being smart and hygienic, this operating theater designed for the demanding application is also easy to use.
– Through combination of our specialist expertise, we have developed a solution that truly serves the customer in the best possible way and that can be ordered from us based on the turnkey principle. Products change and evolve over time, but the very core of our company has remained the same throughout our fifty years of operation: the key phrase is customer-oriented approach.