Electronics producer Éolane Tallinn opens a new plant in Lasnamäe On Wednesday 16 January 2019, one of the largest electronics producers in Estonia Éolane Tallinn AS is opening its new plant in Lasnamäe, where its entire production was transferred at the end of last year.

 

Antoine Yon, member of the board of Éolane Tallinn AS, confirms that the opening of the new plant is an important milestone for the local and international industry landscape alike, “Our turnover has increased multi- fold in the recent years, and our next goal involves both the expansion of operation in our region and making further steps in the Nordic market. The new modern plant will provide excellent opportunities for expanding our production and increasing export.” For employees, the new 11 000 square meters plant building means more modern and spacious working facilities while conditions for workers with special needs are also taken into account. The plant has a lift and toilets suitable for wheelchair users. The architect of the building at 49b on Peterburi tee is Tõnis Tarbe; the construction contractor is Tallinna Ehitustrust OÜ, and the building is owned by Capital Mill.

 

AS Éolane Tallinn is the largest subsidiary of the French Éolane Group; last year, its turnover reached 68 million euros, which was one fifth of the entire group’s turnover. Exporting almost 100% of its production, the electronics enterprise in Lasnamäe produces special-purpose communication devices and lighting components for the automotive industry. According to Äripäev’s Top rating, Éolane Tallinn with its current staff of 500 people is the fourth largest electronics producer in Estonia. Last year, the recruiting agency Fontes named Éolane Tallinn the company that was the best in Estonia at following the principles of equal pay for women and men.