Allu expands into China

By Andy Brown15 September 2021

Allu is expanding in China

Allu has announced that it has acquired a business license in China to establish its own entity to manufacture and operate from.

The Finland-based company, which manufacturers numerous products such as transformers, compactors and crusher attachments, said that expanding in China was key to its growth strategy.

Peter Grönholm, managing director said, “The opportunity for growth and manufacturing in China is fantastic. We have a clear strategy and are continuously developing our network and always looking at improving to help the customers’ requirements.

“Our people are at the heart of what we do; and safety is one of our key values. The new operational facility gives us the strength we need to invest in the future for the region by providing competitive products.”

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