Estonia occupies a strategic location with excellent multimodal connections to the Nordic, Baltic, EU and CIS markets, supported by necessary language skills and protocols.
We are consistently ranked among the most open and competitive economies in the world, and low red tape ensures goods and data flow efficiently. Our compact size and transparent business culture make it easy to secure decisions, grow and flex.
Our modern infrastructure is augmented by highly-trained workers with quality certification as standard. We are experienced in managing complex industrial supply chains for the likes of ABB and Ericsson and possess expertise in sensitive cargoes such as petrochemicals and just-in-time fulfilment.
Ongoing investment in IT and infrastructure projects such as Rail Baltic and Tallinn Airport increase Estonia’s addressable market and competitiveness further. New possibilities in North-South, East-West supply chain are emerging, such as Post 11’s use of Tallinn as a hub for fullfilment of Chinese e-commerce across Northern Europe and Northwest Russia.
As befits the world’s most digitally advanced nation, Estonia is applying IT to transform all aspects of supply chain management, from enterprise planning to e-customs, automated goods handling to last mile delivery. Combined with expertise in supply chain shared services, Estonia is increasingly a hub for integrated SCM.
Whether your requirement is regional or global, Estonia has the infrastructure, expertise and IT to deliver accurate, efficient and innovative supply chain solutions.
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Estonia is the world’s most digitally enabled nation, offering a unique combination of talent, environment and innovation. Our IT R&D ecosystem enjoys global proof of concept, being trusted by global organisations such as Kuehne+Nagel and NATO and producing unicorn startups Transferwise and Bolt.
Estonia has a sizeable Advanced Industrial sector and world-class IT expertise in areas including high tech systems, control technologies and cyber security. Supported by a collaborative ecosystem well suited to research and development, Estonia is emerging as a centre of excellence in industrial automation.
Estonia has one of Europe’s largest bioeconomies, including world leading expertise in forest-based activity. Supported by high-quality natural resources, ultra-high use of IT and supportive policy making, Estonia offers a range of production and innovation opportunities.
Estonia developed X-Road, its proprietary decentralised, distributed system in 2001 and has utilised Blockchain since 2008. World-class technical skills supported by practical experience implementing public and permissioned Blockchain’s place Estonia at the forefront of the emerging Blockchain economy.
Estonia’s marine sector specialises in the design and build of small and medium-sized commercial and leisure vessels. Centuries long expertise, cutting-edge application of IT and a flexible approach make Estonia a competitive location for innovation and export-oriented production.
Estonia has a diversified energy sector which comprises long-standing expertise in oil shale, a sizeable renewables sector and growing CleanTech capability. World-class expertise within a highly digital, pro-business environment will see Estonia play a leading role in the energy revolution
Estonia has a sizeable food industry which benefits from ecological raw materials, skilled workers and modern production facilities. With an established export capability and growing application of food science and technology, Estonia is the ideal location for export and R&D oriented investment.
Patient records in Estonia are digitised and secured by the Blockchain, providing a single immutable data source for healthcare professionals. With a unique digital platform and collaborative ecosystem, Estonia is positioned to lead on preventative medicine, patient self-treatment and industry efficiency.
Estonia is a cashless society with over 99% of financial transactions occurring digitally. Electronic ID and Blockchain are widely used in FinTech applications. 80+ FinTechs ranging from innovative startups such as TransferWise to Blockchain leader Guardtime make Estonia a global centre of excellence for FinTech.
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