Saturday, 21 October 2017


tna is opening of a new office in Moscow, Russia, set up to support food manufacturers in Russia, the Baltics and the wider region of CIS countries with the company range of turnkey processing and packaging solutions.

The new subsidiary, TNA Eurasia LLC, will be managed by Alexandra Simakova, with over 15 years’ experience in sales, business development and service management.

Peter Oussoren, chief sales officer at tna, says: “We see immense potential in the region with more and more manufacturers looking for high-speed technology that can help them reach the same throughput with a single piece of equipment. Whether that’s a high-capacity fryer or ultra high-speed packaging system, with our advanced turnkey technology, food manufacturers can cater to the increasing demand while maximizing their return on investment. Alexandra’s expertise together with our range of high performance packaging and processing solutions will be instrumental in supporting the growth of the regional market.”

Simakova says: “The Russian food industry is very diverse, with each region having its own specific set of preferences. At the same time, we’re also seeing global trends affect local consumer choices. As a global business with a strong regional footprint,tna is well placed to cater to both the needs of the big multinationals as well as the smaller local manufacturers.” 

The new Russian office follows tna’s recent announcement of a new office in Tokyo, Japan. tna has now over 30 offices and manufacturing sites around the world and over 14,000 systems installed across more than 120 countries.  

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