Metso Outotec to buy a building lot for new Finnish tech centre

Metso Outotec's plan to build a new technology centre in Tampere, Finland, took a step forward on Thursday 17 December when the company's board of directors approved the proposal to buy a 23.4ha building lot in the Lahdesjärvi area from the City of Tampere.
Crushing Static & Mobile / December 18, 2020
By Guy Woodford
Metso Outotec has moved a big step closer to building its planned technology centre in Tampere. Pic: Metso Outotec

Using the lot for industrial purposes requires changes in the building plan. The next project step is to apply for a building permit, and once that is in place, a final decision can be made on the works. 

Metso Outotec has hundreds of employees in Tampere, which is one of the main competence hubs for the global quarrying and mining plant maker's aggregates business.

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