Pöyry of repeat service to world’s largest eucalyptus pulp producer
Finnish consulting and engineering company Pöyry has been awarded an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services assignment for Brazilian company Fibria.
Caverion provides EUR 7 million solutions in Vilnius
Finnish company Caverion has signed a contract with Mitnija, the largest construction company in Lithuania.
Caverion equips German building to the tune of EUR 14 million
Caverion has inked a contract with property management company EKZ Grundstücksverwaltung GmbH in Stuttgart.
Outokumpu helps illuminate 6 000 7-Eleven stores in Thailand
Some 6 000 7-Eleven convenience stores across Thailand have had illuminated signs installed, with the assistance of Finnish stainless steel manufacturer Outokumpu. The Finnish company’s Core 4622 grade was a core component in the light box frames, manufactured by Thai company RBS Group.
Dovre Group lands pair of agreements in Norway
Finnish project management services company Dovre Group has been awarded two significant frame agreements in Norway. Both of which were won by its consulting business area.
Caverion inks EUR 5.4 million Swedish deal
Finnish building systems services provider Caverion is to deliver ventilation, air conditioning and electricity solutions, as well as information and communications services to Segerstedthuset, the new office building of Uppsala University in Sweden.
Peikko provides lengthy solutions to Swedish bank
SEB Bank’s new office buildings located close to Stockholm are to be equipped with Peikko Group’s DELTABEAM Composite Beams and Composite Columns.
Honkarakenne wins EUR 3 million Kenyan order
Finnish log house manufacturer Honkarakenne has received an order for 47 log houses to be delivered to a holiday resort in Kenya.
Pöyry wins Philippines design contract
Finnish consulting and engineering company Pöyry Energy has been commissioned to design a 40-megawatt (MW) biomass power facility in Negros Occidental, the Philippines.
YIT acquires plot in Prague for EUR 15 million project
Finnish company YIT has acquired a plot in Prague’s 5th district, upon which it is constructing an apartment building. Located in the centre of the city, the project is valued at approximately 15 million euros.