The Prime Minister attended a meeting with the company’s management team. After a company presentation and discussion, she joined a facility tour. Foxway introduced to the Prime Minister the current situation in the field of electronics refurbishing.
Although strong players have emerged in the market, such as Foxway, this business field is still in early stages and will experience rapid growth in following years due to higher demand. Along with investments, qualified and dedicated personnel is as important to secure company’s sustainable growth.
Within six month of this year Foxway has processed nearly 880,000 electronic devices from Estonia, thus avoiding the release of over 42,400 tons of CO2 into the air, which would have been generated from the production of mobile devices alone.
Foxway was represented in the meeting by Agnes Makk (CEO in Estonia), Oliver Kotkas (Operations Director), Janno Järv (IT Director), Jaan Tähiste (BI Director) and Kaie Kasemets-Remmel (HR Director), and Kristina Zolina (Marketing Manager).
For more information, contact:
Martin Backman, CEO of Foxway