Finn-Metacon started its operations in the 1980s as a subcontracting machine shop. A decade later, in the 1990s, internal innovation led Finn-Metacon to design and manufacture conveyor systems directly for end users. Initially, our conveyor systems were designed on a drawing board. Later, we started using the Autocad software, which enabled 2D modelling. By the turn of the millennium, Finn-Metacon had established itself as one of the most reliable players and pioneers in the field. Today, Finn-Metacon’s conveyor systems are designed with 3D modelling using the Solidworks software.
The customer has always been at the heart of Finn-Metacon's operations, and understanding the individual needs of the customer has always been a prerequisite for successful cooperation. In-depth knowledge, high-level expertise, flexible and fast service, and strict quality control have ensured excellent results.
All this has also required a lot from Finn-Metacon, such as the adoption of new technology, the development of various solutions, the continuous development of production, and the renewal of machinery. The drawing board has been set aside and replaced by computer-based modelling software. Laser cutters and modern brake presses, machine tools and lathes have been acquired for production.
Finn-Metacon has always strived to develop its operations – and will continue to do so in the future as well.
That is the only way we can ensure the best possible service for our customers.