A total redevelopment of the Tampere region shows the Finns don’t do things by halves.
The story of Ägräs began in the former plow factory in Fiskars Village, Finland, where wild herbs and berries were utilized in Rekola brewery. The dream of having an own distillery finally came true. When Nordic flavors were booming, the trend had to be joined.
UpCloud has pushed through the limits and now ranks as the #1 performance leader among the top cloud-hosting providers in Europe.
With more than 7000 customers in 17 countries, plastics and chemicals distributor Telko takes pride in the technical expertise and market knowledge it offers across a wide range of industries.
Safety, ergonomics and durability are the criteria that Norwegian fish processing industry expects from their work boats. Finnish Weldmec Marine has responded to that demand and has designed new purpose built aluminium boats, which fulfill the high Norwegian standards.
Convincing the customer is easier if you and the customer speak the same language.
With 40 years’ experience in developing market-ready products, the city of Oulu Finland possesses an indisputably leading knowledge base in information and communication technologies and related operations. With 12,500 professionals working in companies of various sizes and backgrounds, the city is one of the true hotspots when it comes to wirelessly connecting people and businesses.
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calls Finland a home. Whether it is a 17th century Italian architectural masterpiece or a modern cruise vessel carrying 8,000 passengers and crew, the technology of Evac is behind them both.
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An antenna or two that might have once been a virtual simulation on a computer screen in Northern Finland’s high-tech capital Oulu.
Text: Sanna Nyström According to the new State of Social Business Report from Altimeter Group, 77 percent of companies with social business programs are planning to implement or already have Employee…
As you’re zipping across the sky, there just might be a ship right below you loaded with 1,172 kilometres of fibre optic cable. The ship is making its way across the Baltic Sea, building a new high-speed submarine telecommunications connection between Finland and Central Europe.