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Procopé & Hornborg advises Ensto Group on the divestment of its injection moulding manufacturing operations in Tallinn, Estonia to Plastone Oy

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Ensto designs and provides smart electrical solutions to improve the safety, functionality, reliability and efficiency of smart grids, buildings and transportation. Ensto, an international technology company and a family business, was founded in 1958 and employs ca. 1,600 professionals in Europe, the U.S. and Asia. In 2017, Ensto generated a turnover of EUR 261 million.

Plastone is part of the Saxo Group and it produces high-quality plastic components by means of injection moulding. Plastone offers comprehensive additional related services. Plastone mainly focuses on plastic products for the health care sector and the electrical and electronics industry.

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