The foundation stone of Teknosavo’s new HQ was laid in Savonlinna

The provider of optimization solutions for the wood processing industry, Teknosavo, is building a new business premise in Savonlinna. At the same time the growing organization’s three separate offices will move under the one roof. The new office space of over 1,000 square meters in Noheva Technology Center will include Teknosavo’s production, testing and office facilities.

Teknosavo’s EUR 1.5 million construction investment is based on accelerating the company’s international growth. The operations of Teknosavo have expanded significantly in the last years. The location of the new facilities in the Technology Park provides an excellent product development and testing conditions for the company and a strong network of partners. A Fiber Laboratory and the research environment of the South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences XAMK in the Noheva Technology Park played an important role in choosing the location. In the future, cooperation between the actors is expected to become even closer, both in terms of research and knowledge exchange.

The new premises are expected to be completed in July. However, the actual relocation is scheduled to the end of August, when the trial run of the building is expected to be completed. The foundation stone of the new building was laid in Savonlinna on Wednesday 8. At the bricklaying, the day’s newspaper, drawings of the building, Finnish white wine and an USB stick containing information on the history of Teknosavo were buried in a metal capsule into the foundations of the building.

Teknosavo Oy — Founded in 1988, Teknosavo from Savonlinna develops and manufactures high-quality technology to improve raw material processes and energy efficiency of the wood processing industry. Teknosavo’s technology reduces wood wastage by up to two-thirds, while also improving quality, energy efficiency and logistics. 85% of the company’s solution production is exported. The company has about 20 employees in Savonlinna.

Noheva — The technology park is one of Savonlinna’s flagship projects. The operating environment created over the last ten years is attractive to forest technology companies with the help of its R&D facilities and engineering education. The technology park currently employs a total of around 300 people, approximately 50 R&D personnel and about 100 engineering students.
The number is expected to increase in the coming years.