28 / 03 / 18

Kometos Ltd and FMIC signed a cooperation agreement

The operational representative network expands to Southeast Asia - The Philippine´s FMIC will become the 25. international retailer of Kometos Ltd

Kometos Ltd and  FMIC Food Machinery Industrial Corporation of the Philippines have signed a cooperation agreement in early February with the sales, marketing and servicing of Finnmodules, Finncold and Finntray products in the Philippines and Southeast Asia.

The agreement was signed by Mr. Raimo Niemi, CEO of Kometos, and Vincent P. Bernardino, Business Development Director of FMIC. The cooperation agreement covers 1st Philippines and in the future, the agreement would expand to cover South East Asia better in line with FMIC's action. At the same time, the first Kometos Finncold thawing module was signed to deliver via FMIC to Max's Group in the Philippines.

The agreement is an important part of the Asian market growth plan

FMIC has over 16 years of experience in the food industry in the Philippines. As an expert, the company is one of the most prominent players in the Southeast Asian food- and beverage industry.

"With this very important cooperation agreement, Kometos will continue its growth plan, where the Asian market plays a significant role as a strategic area. With the agreement, Kometos's operational network will expand to cover the South East Asia region" says Kometos CEO, Raimo Niemi.

From the left: Tommi Wirtanen (Sales manager, Kometos Ltd), Liziel Tecson (Director, Max´s Group), Raimo Niemi (CEO, Kometos Ltd), Jann Nicolas (Technical director, Max´s Group) and Vincent P. Bernardino (Business development director, FMIC)

14 / 03 / 18

Kometos at the Anuga -fair

In Anuga Foodtech -Fairs on 20. - 23.03.2018 in Cologne, Germany, we are introducing our products; Finncold thawing- and freezing systems, and also Finntray dosing systems, multiheadweigher solutions and ready meal lines.

We have a pleasure to invite You to visit our stand Hall 06.1, stand A011! In the stand co-operating our dealer Emil Müller GmbH & Co. KG from Germany.

30 / 01 / 18

Kometos´s new innovation introduced in Kitee


30-something Jari Paakkunainen will soon open a slaughterhouse in Purujärvi with his cooperation partner Veli-Pekka Uimonen. The two young men founded the Bonus Carnis slaughterhouse in the summer and decided to invest in a modern facility.

- There’s a huge demand for this kind of activity, says CEO Paakkunainen.

Bonus Carnis is a “self-service slaughterhouse”, which means that the farmers transport the animals to slaughter themselves and also take away the chilled carcasses. They all live within 120 kilometers of the slaughterhouse. Paakkunainen also has some Highland cattle himself.

- We only serve customers who sell meat directly from their farm.


Bonus Carnis’s business concept reflects the transformation of the Finnish meat culture. More and more consumers are interested in the origin of food and they are willing to pay for domestic quality. Small farmers are often not able to supply enough meat to meet the demand.

- We noticed the producers’ needs a couple of years ago and teamed up with the world-famous Hardiesmill farm from Scotland to develop the Thomcont on-farm slaughterhouse, designed particularly for small meat farms, says Sales Manager Pekka Paloniemi from Kometos.

Thomcont is a modular food processing facility, and putting it into operation took less than a week.

- This package deal has made our work a lot easier. We would have faced many sleepless nights without this cooperation, Paakkunainen describes the innovation’s ease-of-use.

The slaughter capacity of the Bonus Carnis facility is about seven cows or thirty sheep a day. The Thomcont on-farm slaughterhouse is an indication of innovative problem solving in the food industry for Kometos, a service investment for Bonus Carnis, and a way to distinguish oneself from the bulk production for the meat farmers in the region – a common answer from all operators to those who want high-quality local ingredients.

From the left: Jari Paakkunainen, Veli-Pekka Uimonen, Pekka Paloniemi and Tuomas Paloviita (Kometos´s Production manager)


15 / 12 / 17

Kometos Oy to cooperate for development of Mongolia´s agriculture

Long-term cooperation agreement between ZAO Bat Gan Agro in Mongolia and Kometos Oy was signed on the Finland’s Independence Day on 06.12.2017 in the capital of Mongolia Ulan Bator. The agreement handles extensive cooperation for development of Mongolia’s agriculture and conduction of different related training courses.

The population of Mongolia today is 3 million and the number of livestock amounts to 61 million consisting mostly of sheep, yaks and bovines. Besides meat treatment and logistic systems all the way up to export activities, development of livestock farming is of utmost importance.

Cooperation starts immediately; the first Mobile slaughterhouse will be delivered to the region already in the spring of 2018.

14 / 09 / 17

Read the latest Kometos Magazine!

The latest Kometos Magazine is now published. It’s full of interesting topics – click and read!

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