Halton’s investments in France continue: professional kitchens and location attract
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Halton invests approximately EUR 1 million in their Béthune factory research and product development facilities and the show kitchen environment that is unique in the world, enabling the company to test their indoor air technology widely and as a part of other professional kitchen technology. The project is a part of the more than EUR 4 million investments into Halton’s operations in France since 2016. Bethune’s renewed facilities will be opened for customers on 31 May 2018.

Halton delivers fire dampers and shut-off dampers for the TANAP gas pipeline project
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Halton will supply gas-tight fire dampers and gas-tight shut-off dampers for the compressor and measuring stations of the 1,850 kilometre-long Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline being built across Turkey. Slightly under a half of the dampers made at Halton's Lahti factory were delivered by the end of November 2017 and the rest will be delivered during 2018.

The 2017 Finnish Association of Civil Engineers Award goes to the Inoroom operating theatre concept
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The Finnish Association of Civil Engineers (Finnish: RIL) has given its annual award for 2017 to the Inoroom™ operating theatre concept. Transport and communications minister Anne Berner chose the winner from three finalists selected by an expert jury.

Halton invests in the growth of its factory operations in Germany
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Halton's newly refurbished 6,380 m2 factory in the Alpine landscapes of Reit im Winkl intends to increase its output by up to 50 % in the coming years. The expansion of the premises is in response to the factory's increased total sales, which have doubled since 2006. The value of the investment in the premises is €3 million.

Halton Provides Indoor Air for Japan’s Culinary and Confectionery Students
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Halton shall provide professional kitchen indoor air solutions for 13 teaching kitchens and four restaurants serving paying customers at the new 8,463-square meter building housing the culinary and pastry art schools of Taiwa Gakuen Education Inc. in Kyoto, Japan by the end of October of 2017. The delivery includes Halton’s ventilated ceilings with demand-controlled ventilation that saves up to 50% energy, and as the first Asian delivery, Halton’s Human Centric Lighting solution that can be integrated into a ventilated ceiling, the first in the world developed for professional kitchens. The total value of the delivery is about 2 M€.

Press Contacts

Mika Halttunen

Chairman of the Board Halton Group Tel. +358 400 711 299 mika.halttunen(at)

Kai Konola

CEO Halton Group Tel. +358 40 502 4900 kai.konola(at)

Susanna Hovi-Skrifvars

Communications Manager Halton Group Tel. +358 40 922 0362 susanna.hovi(at)