Fineltec was established over 25 years ago in 1993, and our combined experience exceeds 1000 years. We started our business as a fine mechanics provider for the telecom industry. Our own production at our Oulu factory started in 1996, manufacturing cables. In 2004 we started manufacturing electronics at our Estonian factory in Tallinn. As our business expanded, all production was moved to our current premises in Koeru, Estonia.
Lean production, comprehensive service
Our production facility is 4000 m², with more than 50 employees. Our current production facilities enable manufacture, assembly and testing of electronics, as well as cables and wire harnesses. Our production principles comply with lean manufacturing methods.
Our mission is to provide high quality Manufacturing Services with a personal touch. We cooperate closely with our customers, helping them to grow together with a reliable partner. We understand our customers’ needs and assist them to be one step ahead on the fast-moving market.
and safety first
Fineltec adheres to the principles and requirements of the ISO 9001 quality system and the ISO 14001 environmental policy. Constant improvement of quality as well as the development of all our processes comprise the basis of our business.
We consider our client’s special characteristics and requirements, with which we operate flexibly, but never compromising the quality and safety of our functions. Quality and safety are written in our values, as we respect and appreciate our colleagues and customers, as well as our competitors.
Our aim is to ensure customer satisfaction, quality and environmental friendliness in all of our actions.
Constantly evolving and looking for new solutions
TJO Konsultatsioon OÜ implemented a digital diagnostics process in our production, in order to get an overview of the current situation of work organization, as well as digitalization and automation, to identify opportunities for improvement.
The operation was assisted by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications Fund, and the EAS Enterprise Estonia, with a grant of 9 999,50 €