New technology manager in Aurajoki Oy

DI, IWE Timo Kettunen has been appointed as Technology Manager of Aurajoki Oy's engineering workshops since 1 May 2017. Timo is responsible for the quality management systems for engineering workshops, the coordination of welding and the development of production methods. Timo has previously worked as a product manager at Proxocon Oy, a subsidiary of Aurajoki Oy.

More information
Business Area Director Tommi Kivinen, GSM +358 40 755 9958, infrastructure products
Business Area Director Jukka Rintala, GSM +358 50 307 6369, pressure vessels

Electronic invoicing

Invoicing information of Aurajoki Group: 

Our company information
Name VAT number Our electronic invoicing address
AuraCoat Turku Oy FI20890725 003720890725
Aurajoki Oy FI19787800 003719787800
Aurajoki Pro Oy FI23648037 003723648037
Jokiauran Kiinteistöt Oy FI21361278 003721361278
Identification data
Broker Broker ID
Maventa 003721291126
Identification code when sending from a banking network: DABAFIHH

If you cannot send invoices electronically as an online invoice, we ask you to provide the purchase invoices either by email or by mail:

Our company information
Name Email address Mailing address
AuraCoat Turku Oy  AuraCoat Turku Oy
PL 100
80020 Kollektor Scan
Aurajoki Oy  Aurajoki Oy
PL 100
80020 Kollektor Scan
Aurajoki Pro Oy  Aurajoki Pro Oy
PL 100
80020 Kollektor Scan
Jokiauran Kiinteistöt Oy  Jokiauran Kiinteistöt Oy
PL 100
80020 Kollektor Scan

For more information, contact::

Toni Casagrande, Administrative Director
phone +358 400 501 883

New sales manager for the Baltic region

Aurajoki Oy's new sales manager for the Baltic region Joosep Poom has started working from 2.5.2017. Mr. Poom has previously worked in metal industry sales and production departments. Mr. Poom has experience with metal constructions and metal surface coatings.

Mr. Poom will be repsonsible for clients, projects and supervision in the Baltic states. Point of operation for Mr. Poom is Tallinn.

GSM +372 5852 9522
Skype +358 201 746 617

Maintenance break on week 8 in Aura and Mikkeli

Maintenance break on week 8 in Aura and Mikkeli. 

Aura plant operates in one shift. 

Mikkeli plant has a production break but reception and dispatch department are open from 7.00 - 15.30.

More information
Ville Sinkkonen
+358 201 746 418

Jouni Marttinen
+358 201 746 535

Environmental charge

The new Environmental Protection Act (527/2014) and the new Environmental Protection Decree (713/2014) came into force on 1 September and 10 September 2014, respectively. The reform has brought the Environmental Protection Act up to date and in line with a more refined interpretation of the provisions of the constitution, and with the reformed legislation of the European Union. At the same time, some reforms have been implemented to improve the functioning of the permit and notification system of the Environmental Protection Act. With the new act, the monitoring of environmental permits has become subject to a charge, which results in significant additional costs for businesses.

The latest changes in legislation entered into force between 2014 and 2016, and they have influenced the running of daily business in our industry. In addition, the EU-level REACH regulation has tightened the requirements for the traceability of raw materials, increased the costs for the disposal of waste generated in our line of business, and made the requirements for final waste disposal sites stricter.

Hot-dip galvanising as an industry is a major user of electricity, and a change made to the Electricity Market Act in 2013 obligates electricity distribution companies to improve the safety and reliability of electricity distribution. A significant number of the related changes must be in place as early as 2019. For this reason, electricity distribution companies have started making significant improvements to their transmission networks, for example, through undergrounding. The costs caused by the actions taken to improve reliability will eventually be paid by the end customers using electricity in the area of each electricity distribution company.

For the reasons presented above, we will, as of 10 October 2016, introduce a separate environmental charge, which is calculated from the total invoice amount excluding tax, and added as a separate line on the invoice. The environmental charge is 3.3% of the total invoice amount, and the percentage rate is flat, regardless of the total.

During the past year, we have put a lot of effort into developing our expertise and our processes. An even better consideration of environmental issues and our responsible way of doing business will ensure fully competitive products for our customers in the future. Aurajoki is included in the portal (as a company that complies with the "Contractor's Obligations Act"[M1] ), which is an indication of the way in which we deal with our social obligations.

We will start applying the environmental charge to new orders and annual contracts as of 10 October 2016.