Showing posts with tag: Finland

The Government of Finland did not grant extension to the decision-in-principle for Olkiluoto 4 nuclear power plant unit

(UPM, Helsinki, 25 September 2014 at 14.45 EET) – The Government of Finland has today decided not to grant extension to the decision-in-principle of the Olkiluoto 4 nuclear power plant unit (OL 4) of Teollisuuden Voima Oyj (TVO). TVO applied for the extension as TVO is not in the position to take the project forward […]

Valmet Automotive is one of top recruiters in Finland

Valmet Automotive, a leading service provider for automotive industry, has more than doubled the number of car builders at their plant in Uusikaupunki, Finland within the past 18 months. The total workforce at the plant now numbers over 1500. While gloomy economic views cast a shadow over export-oriented Finland, Valmet Automotive has championed for employment […]

Sales of Tom of Finland stamps begins today

08.09.2014 Advance orders have been delivered to 178 different countries The famous Tom of Finland stamps have become available at Posti outlets today. From April to September, stamps have been pre-ordered from Posti’s online shop to 178 different countries. After Finland, most stamps have been sold to Sweden, Great Britain, the United States and France. […]

Tom of Finland stamps for sale on September

25.08.2014 Fall stamps also feature watercolors by Urpo Martikainen and signs of the sky Itella Posti Oy will release the Tom of Finland stamp sheet on Monday, September 8. The stamps have been the talk of the town both in Finland and internationally. The sheet has been available for preorder from Posti’s online shop since […]

Tieto’s personnel negotiations in Finland concluded

Tieto Corporation STOCK EXCHANGE RELEASE 12 August 2014, 8.30 am EET  Personnel negotiations in the Consulting and System Integration (CSI) service line and Product Development Services in Finland have been concluded. The personnel negotiations were announced on 11 June 2014. In CSI, the renewal of the company’s competence base is ongoing to align it with […]

The Famous FINNBAY Press Release

We decided to name this article as “the Famous FINNBAY Press Release” as we thought that there are good points made here and we could mention this article over and over again in the future. Unfortunately, from today onwards, we have increased our security measures on our website which prevent the public to read our […]

UPM and WWF Finland enter versatile cooperation

(UPM, Helsinki, 18 June 2014, at 11:15 EET) – The Biofore Company UPM and the conservation organisation WWF Finland have agreed on versatile cooperation covering promotion of sustainable wood-based biofuels as well as sustainable forest management and sourcing of raw materials in Finland. “Promoting sustainable forest management and ensuring the sustainability of biofuels production are […]

Basware expands travel and expense management service agreement with major financial services group in Finland

Basware Corporation Stock Exchange Release, June 17, 2014 at 15:00 Basware expands travel and expense management service agreement with major financial services group in Finland Basware has expanded the service agreement on the Basware Travel & Expense Management solution with a major financial services group in Finland. The customer has been using the service since […]

China Agrees to Cooperate with Finland on Transportation

(FINNBAY) – Helsinki, 17 June 2014. Finland and China signed an agreement to cooperate on the development of transportation during  the visit of the Chinese Vice Minister of Transport He Jianzhong in Helsinki on Monday. While the governments did not release the details of the agreement, they announced that the agreement covered cooperation on traffic, intelligent […]

Oulu City to Give €16 Million to Fennovoima Nuclear Power Project

(FINNBAY) – Oulu, 17 June 2014. The Oulu city council decided to invest €16-17 million on the Fennovoima nuclear power plant project on Monday. Also Read: Russia To Allocate Over €2 Billion For Nuclear Power Plant Construction In Finland The decision was favored by 40-27 during the board election. The city’s financial participation in the project will require […]

UPM BioVerno renewable diesel to be distributed in Finland

(UPM, Helsinki, 16 June 2014 at 13:15) – UPM has signed a sales agreement for UPM BioVerno renewable diesel, produced in UPM’s Lappeenranta Biorefinery, with NEOT (North European Oil Trade). NEOT specialises in oil and biofuels wholesale. Large Finnish service stations, ABC, St1 and Shell, get their fuels from NEOT. “UPM’s renewable wood-based diesel, UPM […]

SEB Confiscates Finnish Executives for “Study Trip” to Israel

(FINNBAY) – Helsinki, 16 June 2014. SEB, corporate and investment bank in the Nordic countries, has gathered the top-level Finnish executives for a study trip to Israel. SEB serves large corporations and financial institutions with corporate banking, trading and capital markets and global transaction services. Also Read: Finland Buys Camouflage from Israeli Company Ahead of Sochi Games […]

Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov: Finland Wouldn’t Dare for NATO Membership

(FINNBAY) – Helsinki, 15 June 2014. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that Finland would not “move closer to NATO,” during his visit in Helsinki. Some claimed a subtextual signal behind Lavrov’s statements to connote the idea that Lavrov knows that Finland would not dare to make a move to become a NATO member. […]

Finland in Support of Preventing Sexual Violence in War

(FINNBAY) – London, 13 June 2014. The UK organised a high-profile gathering to combat the increasing prevalence of sexual violence in war zones. Angelina Jolie was the highlight person of the guests. The Finnish Development Minister Pekka Haavisto attended the event as well. Also Read: Children Account Up to 80% of Victims of Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones The […]

Russia to Allocate Over €2 Billion for Nuclear Power Plant Construction in Finland

(FINNBAY) – Moscow, 12 June 2014. According to our sources, Russian government officials are in discussion to provide over 2 billion euros (100 billion rubles) for the construction of the nuclear power plant Hanhikivi 1 (FH1) in Pyhäjoki in Northern Finland. Also Read: Finland Asks Further Clarifications from Fennovoima on Nuclear Plant Project “We plan to invest […]