Palax firewood processors since 1959!
Ylistaron Terästakomo Oy is an engineering works, founded in 1954, that manufactures firewood processors and related accessories under the "Palax" brand name making full use of its long history and experience of product development. The company also comprises a specialised plate-handling division, which fabricates plate parts of medium weight for metal industry. The company employs about 60 people. Ylistaron Terästakomo Oy turns over about 12 million euro annually. It is a member of the Finnish industrial concern Terra Patris Oy, which turns over about 70 million euro and employs about 500 people.
Matériel Forestier Astic is the Dealer of the Year of Palax machines in 2014Ylistaron Terästakomo Oy is a Finnish engineering works, founded in 1954, that manufactures firewood processors and related accessories. The company also comprises a specialised plate-handling division, which fabricates the parts for the Palax firewood processors. The company also subcontracts various semi-fabricated fabricated articles for the metal industry in the area. The Palax products have been successfully sold on the domestic market for many years, and they are being exported to 25 different countries.
To celebrate its 60th anniversary, Ylistaron Terästakomo for the first time nominated the "Dealer of the Year". As criteria applied; distribution network, development of sales volume, cooperation between enterprises and plans for the future. We were proud to present the "Dealer of the Year 2014" certificate on February the 24th at the SIMA exhibition in Paris to Matériel Forestier ASTIC, a French company specializing in import of products for the forest sector. We congratulate and thank our dealer for the successful year and look forward to continuing our excellent cooperation for many years to come.
In the picture: on the left Pekka Himanka, Managing director of Ylistaron Terästakomo, John Astic of Matériel Forestier Astic, Export manager Sari Hirvelä, Jim Astic of Matériel Forestier Astic, Loic Fontanet of Matériel Forestier Astic, and Timo Laine from Sapinus Oy.