Altia has launched a new website, www.altiaindustrial.com, for industrial customers and partners. The new site gathers all Altia’s industrial services and products in one place. The site also provides information for Finnish farmers who produce raw material, high-quality barley, for Altia.
Altia has received a permit for bottling Fairtrade wines at its Rajamäki plant.
Rajamäki water is so clean that it is not necessary to use any type of chemical or physical cleansing procedure with the water used in the production of alcoholic beverages.
Altia’s strengthened wine team works ambitiously to meet the increasing expectations of consumers, customers and partners. The company has focused its wine production in the Rajamäki plant whose flexible technology facilitates various packaging methods for future needs.
Chill Out Unique Art Collection is a collection of different hand-made packages for Chill Out Wines by independent artisans. The collection is part of Fiskars Village summer exhibition “Blurred Lines” 2014.
Altia’s wine and glögg production will be relocated from Svendborg plant in Denmark to Rajamäki, Finland, during spring 2014. The statutory negotiations with the Danish employees were concluded on October 3rd, 2013. As the outcome of the negotiations the number of affected positions in Altia Svendborg plant will be 84 instead of the estimated 100 positions.
Altia is considering relocating its wine and glögg production from Svendborg plant in Denmark to Rajamäki, Finland. Svendborg production would cease gradually and end in the beginning of 2015. According to the plan the logistic center would continue operating in Svendborg.