Halton in Brief
Halton Group is the global technology leader in indoor air solutions for demanding spaces. The company develops and provides solutions for commercial and public premises, healthcare institutions and laboratories, professional kitchens and restaurants as well as energy production environments and marine vessels. Halton's mission is to provide its end-users with safe, comfortable and productive indoor environments that are energy-efficient and comply with sustainable principles.
The company was founded in Finland in 1969. Today, Halton Group has production units in ten and R&D units in eight countries. Licensed production is carried out in four countries. Halton Group employs nearly 1500 people in over 30 countries. The company's turnover in 2016 was approximately 200 million euros.
Halton in a nutshell
- Founded in 1969 by Seppo Halttunen and owned by Halttunen family
- Chairman of the board: Mika Halttunen
- CEO of Halton Group: Kai Konola
- Turnover: 200 million (2016)
- Personnel: appr. 1450 (2016)
- Line of business: Indoor climate products, services and solutions, indoor environment management.
- Geographical coverage: Halton has operations in over 30 countries. Headquarter is in Finland. Production facilities are located in Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, UK, USA, Canada, China and Malaysia. License manufacturing in South-Africa, Mexico, New-Zealand and Australia. R&D facilities are in the USA, Canada, the UK, Germany, France, Malaysia and Finland.
CEO, Halton Group
Chairman of the Board