Masino Group’s operations based in Turku will gradually move to new premises on the Oriketo industrial site at Polttolaitoksenkatu 5 in late May/early June. Located a stone’s throw away from our current premises, the new facility is easy to find.
It will house Sejo’s collection point for the Turku region, Masino-Konaflex’s hydraulics sales, the hydraulic system assembly point, maintenance services for hydraulic pumps and engines, and Masino Welding’s main warehouse.
‘Sejo’s new, modern facilities will be larger than our current premises and they have been designed with a view to achieving functional sales and product delivery operations for both our staff and customers,’ explains Risto Koivusalo, regional manager for Southwest Finland and Ostrobothnia. ‘Originally, the space project was started because Sejo had outgrown its old premises. We’re very happy to be opening our new store to customers on Wednesday 27 May.’
‘The new premises will help Masino-Konaflex to update its machine stock, which guarantees even more comprehensive and efficient services for our customers. We are transferring to the new premises step by step, with the last of the operations moving in June,’ says hydraulics sales manager Jari Tulonen.
‘For Masino Welding, the main benefits brought by the new premises include an increase in our capacity and new space arrangements that manifest as improved product availability and faster deliveries. The new facilities will enable all our employees who are based in Turku to work under the same roof,’ explains sales director Pasi Hiltunen.
‘The new facilities, the machinery and equipment required for them and indirect moving costs constitute a significant investment for Masino Group, but we want to make long-term plans and investments with our sights firmly on the future. We are also planning an opening event for the autumn,’ says Masino Group’s CEO Jarmo Pietarinen.