The new Industri-Textil team, from left: Raisa Ollikainen, finance & administration manager; Tero Vasti, area sales manager; Stephen Eastick, European sales manager, Vortex; Tommi Kyllastinen, area manager; Henri Sakomaa, managing director.
DARLINGTON, U.K. -- Vortex Global Limited, a solids and bulk handling components company, announced the appointment of Industri-Textil Job AB as its new representative agent in Finland. Industri-Textil will service solely the Finnish market.

Industri-Textil Job AB is a major brand owned by the Job Group. The Job Group has seen significant recent growth due to innovation. The group is known for offering an extensive range of products and services – primarily, those focused on filtration and other “clean tech” solutions. In addition, is widely known for their hi-tech textile offerings.

“We are very excited to represent Vortex’s high-quality products in Finland,” said Tommi Kyllästinen, area manager at Industri-Textil Job AB. “Vortex's product lines are well-suited for our product portfolio. The quality of the products we manufacture is very important to us, and we are proud of our results. We seek that same level of quality in the products we represent.
“Both Vortex and Industri-Textil are renowned for their high quality, professionalism and know-how in the dry bulk industry. By working together, we are able to offer the Finnish market greater knowledge and more comprehensive product offerings to assist customers in their processes.”

Industri-Textil will utilize Vortex valves and loading equipment to complement the Job Group’s filtration technologies. These efforts will improve filtration capabilities and overall efficiencies in facilities throughout Finland.

“Industi-Textil has a proven history working in the dry bulk solids industry in the Finnish market and further afield,” said Laurence Millington, managing director of Vortex Global Limited. “Vortex has always strived to increase our opportunities within the Scandinavian markets, and Industi-Textil is well-placed to make this happen.”