The daily brief: 24 June 2019
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Silo.AI, Kalmar, Raute and KONE make headlines.
Helsinki’s startup ambitions grow with campus
The Nordics’ biggest startup and growth company campus is being planned for the former Maria Hospital site in Finland’s capital.
Caverion involved in Düsseldorf building project
Finnish company Caverion and two German real estate developers have signed a project agreement for a new sustainable office and retail building in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Stockholm and Warsaw make space for Technopolis
Finnish shared workspace provider Technopolis is entering a new market in Warsaw and opening a pair of UMA Workspaces in Stockholm.
Finnish companies building internationally
Peikko has opened a new sales office in Johannesburg, South Africa, and Honka is building an exclusive holiday resort in Japan.
Technopolis comes to downtown Oslo
Finnish shared workspace provider Technopolis is opening a new co-working space in downtown Oslo in December.
Caverion involved in Copenhagen hotel project
Finnish company Caverion has signed an agreement with HENT Danmark on the delivery of building systems for a new hotel to be opened in the old Central Post Office in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Finnish Salcomp opens world’s largest charger plant in China
Finnish developer of chargers and adapters Salcomp has opened a new plant in Guigang, China, with a capacity of more than 350 million chargers a year.
Caverion agrees on EUR 31 million PPP project
Finnish Caverion has signed a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) contract with Danish construction company A. Enggaard for all the technical solutions and upkeep of a new office building in Denmark’s Aarhus.
Peikko gets busy in South Korea
Peikko Group has announced an order of concrete connection items for a precast cooling tower of a new electric power plant in Pocheon, South Korea.
Caverion helps Düsseldorf project get a-Float
Caverion, the Finnish provider of energy-efficient solutions, will set up all the technical disciplines in the FLOAT office buildings being developed in Düsseldorf, Germany, in a contract worth an estimated 25 million euros.