HAKA Plast is a polyethylene (PE) pipes manufacturing company located in Kadrina, Estonia. The company was founded in 2003 and it started modestly with one production line and a few employees.

Today, the company has grown into the largest polyethylene pipe manufacturer in the Baltics, employing approximately 40 people.

Year by year, the company has grown and developed. The people, who work here, have made an important contribution to the company’s success. Many of them have more than 15 years of experience in pipe production and business.

The production of HAKA Plast is divided into two: the production of pipes, where pipes are manufactured on 6 extrusion lines and the production of handicrafts, where various handicraft products are made.

HAKA Plast produces pipes for various purposes from ø16mm up to ø630mm by using high quality and approved raw material in the production.

In addition to water, sewerage and gas pipes, the product range also includes cable protection pipes, pontoons for floating bridges and saunas, geothermal heating circuits with manifold chambers and manifolds pairs, sign posts and etc.

The products are mostly sold to the Baltic and Nordic countries. HAKA Plast’s products are already well-known and recognized in these areas and the customer base is constantly expanding. The furthest country to which HAKA Plast has sold its products so far is Iceland. 

HAKA Plast’s pressure pipes have been certified by certification bodies in various countries and HAKA Plast has also been issued an ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management System certificate.

HAKA Plast is a member of the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EKTK), a member of the Association of Construction Material Producers of Estonia (EETL) and a member of the Estonian Heat Pump Association (ESPL).

© HAKA Plast | Tööstuse 35, 45201, Kadrina, Estonia | hakaplast[at]hakaplast.ee


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