Fortnite creator Epic Games acquires Kamu
Helsinki-based Kamu is now part of Epic, the games studio behind such hits as Fortnite, Unreal, Gears of War, Shadow Complex and the Infinity Blade series.
Vaisala acquires Leosphere
Finnish environmental and industrial measurement specialist Vaisala has strengthened its remote wind sensing offering by acquiring French company Leosphere.
Fluido acquired by Infosys
The digital service provider and consulting company Infosys has announced that it will acquire Finnish Salesforce advisor and consulting partner Fluido.
Finnish companies get neighbourly with Swedes
Profil-Bau Industrial has been acquired by Swedish industrial engineering and automation firm ÅF and Ramirent is to deliver to the West Link project in Gothenburg.
Fast Display merges with Finnish PixMill
The Estonian digital printing house Fast Display has merged with the Finnish printing house PixMill, which specialises in large-format printing.
Halton expands in the US
Finnish indoor air company the Halton Group has acquired the business activities and product design rights of LCSystems in a deal worth slightly under four million US dollars.
Finland’s Parma to take over TMB Group
Parma, the Finnish subsidiary of the leading supplier of pre-cast concrete solutions in Europe, Consolis, has entered into an agreement to acquire the Estonia-based TMB Group.
K.Hartwall acquires A&A Logistik-Equipment
Finnish provider of returnable logistics solutions K.Hartwall has become a majority shareholder in German company A&A Logistik-Equipment.
Ahlstrom-Munksjö to acquire US-based Expera
Finland-based Ahlstrom-Munksjö will acquire US-based speciality paper producer Expera for 526 million euros.
Aspo’s ESL Shipping acquires AtoB@C
Finnish conglomerate Aspo’s fully owned company ESL Shipping will acquire all the outstanding shares of Sweden-based AtoB@C Shipping and AtoB@C Holding.
Finnish firms acquire greater standing globally
Finnish cyber security company F-Secure is securing a leading position globally by acquiring MWR InfoSecurity, while Finnish IT and software firm Solteq becomes the leading LS Retail supplier in the Nordics after acquisitions from ProInfo in Denmark.