BUMAX continues to strengthen its global footprint, by making end user customer access to its market leading high strength stainless-steel fastener products more widespread. As a result of continued market expansion, BUMAX are pleased to announce the appointment of Etra Oy as an approved distributor for BUMAX in Finland.
Finland’s economy benefits from developed industrial market sectors, such as pulp & paper production, mining, marine & offshore and related leading industrial technologies. These are typically industries where BUMAX products provide their strongest offering, given the demanding nature of such applications and the environments they operate in. With extensive experience and a strong customer base in these industries, Etra will be a valued partner working hand in hand with BUMAX.
Etra was founded in 2007 but the company’s history dates back all the way to 1932, when Etola Group started rubber business in Helsinki. During this time the business has continued to grow, bringing many other companies and product groups into Etola Group.
Etra aims to be a trustworthy partner for industrial products and services in Nordic Countries and The Baltics. This has been done by developing strong cooperation with both customers and suppliers, building trust, creating an efficient purchasing process and providing an extensive range of products, supplies and services, all under one roof. Etra also boasts a wide network of Etra ‘Megacenters’, which are well placed to service the needs of their customers locally.
“We are delighted for having the opportunity to start cooperation with Bumax. This will strengthen our range of stainless fasteners and BUMAX fits perfectly into our core values as a widely known brand with top notch quality products.” Jussi Timonen, Category Manager- Fasteners (Etra Oy)
BUMAX’s extensive range of high-performance stainless-steel fastener products, such as BUMAX 88 & 109 (Hi-Mo A4/316L eqv. 8.8 & 10.9), DX 129 (duplex eqv. 12.9) and SDX 109 (super-duplex eqv. 10.9), are now available to order from Etra.