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Fortum Hydro outsources documentation management to Etteplan
Published: 15-May-2014 01:00 pm
Publisher: Etteplan Oyj
- After the new agreement Etteplan is responsible for technical and real estate documentation in Fortum Hydro and Fortum Heat.
Etteplan has signed a three-year outsourcing agreement with Fortum to manage Fortum Hydro’s technical documentation function in Sweden.
The agreement will come into force as of June 1, 2014 and comprises the documentation for the sites in Arbrå, Borlänge, Karlstad and Stockholm. The agreement affects seven of Fortum’s employees as well as 1-3 employees who work as subcontractors. The Fortum employees will be offered employment at Etteplan.
- Documentation is outside our core business and it makes sense to outsource this function to Etteplan, who is a specialist in this field, says Risto Andsten, Senior Vice President at Fortum Hydro.
- Fortum has become one of our key accounts. Extension of our cooperation within Fortum is a great proof of Etteplan’s commitment to result oriented cooperation that we have achieved with Fortum Heat, concludes Juha Näkki, President and CEO of Etteplan.
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Etteplan provides engineering services and technical product information solutions to the world’s leading companies in the manufacturing industry. Our services are geared to improve the competitiveness of our customers’ products and engineering processes throughout the product life cycle. The results of Etteplan’s innovative engineering can be seen in numerous industrial solutions and everyday products.
In 2013, Etteplan had turnover of EUR 128.6 million. The company currently has about 1,800 professionals in Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands and China. Etteplan's shares are listed on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd under the ETT1V ticker.