Ahlstrom-Munksjo to acquire paper mill in Brazil

April 24, 2018

Finnish company Ahlstrom-Munksjo has agreed to acquire MD Papéis’ Caieiras specialty paper mill in Brazil from Formitex Group.

MacGregor celebrates joint venture in China

April 24, 2018

Finnish offshore and marine industry company MacGregor and CSSC Nanjing Luzhou have celebrated the launch of their first joint venture in China.

Exel Composites expands into the US

April 24, 2018

Finnish company Exel Composites has expanded into the US market by acquiring Diversified Structural Composites.

Brella connects the dots in business

April 24, 2018

Be it love or professional life, we all know how difficult it can be to find The One. Finnish company Brella wants to make sure people leave business events with more than just a bag full of flyers.

GrainSense brings innovation to the field

April 23, 2018

With its handheld device, Finnish company GrainSense makes it easy for farmers to measure the quality of their grain, allowing them to make better decisions about their produce.

Five for Friday: Film directors

April 20, 2018

Finnish cinema is reaching an ever-growing audience through screens around the world.

Sleep easy – Valpas squashes the bedbug problem

April 18, 2018

Finnish startup Valpas has found a novel way to prevent bedbugs from contaminating hotel rooms, and is now setting its sight on beds worldwide.

Aalto and VTT funded for new CERES center

April 23, 2018

Aalto University and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland are setting up a new bioeconomy competence centre called CERES, which has been selected for Academy of Finland flagship funding.


Solita’s expansion boosted by the Apax Digital Fund

April 23, 2018

The controlling interest in Finnish digital transformation company Solita has changed hands from Vaaka Partners to the Apax Digital Fund. The investment will help Solita with its domestic and international expansion.

The wheels of Finnish industry keep spinning

April 23, 2018

Finnish industrial companies Peikko, Konecranes, Outokumpu, YIT and Nokia have been busy worldwide.

Logonet brings Finnish Baby Aid Kit to Somalia

April 20, 2018

Finnish company Logonet has received 124 680 euros in funding from Finnpartnership to bring its tailored Finnish Baby Aid Kit to Somalia and help reduce child and maternal mortality in the country.