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List Of Finnish Government Enterprises
This is a list of Finnish government owned companies: Wholly owned *Alko * OHY Arsenal * CSC - Tieteellinen laskenta * Destia *Finavia * Finnvera * Hansel Ltd. *Motiva * *Patria * Rahapaja (Mint of Finland) *Solidium * *Posti Group * * Suomen Vientiluotto * *VR Group Shared majority ownership * *Finnair *Fortum *Gasum * * *Neste Oil * Raskone * Finnfund * (a joint venture with Tieto) * Neova *Veikkaus *Finnish Broadcasting Company Shared minority ownership *Altia *Ekokem *Engel Yhtymä *Fingrid *Gasum *Licentia * Santapark * Silta * Suomen Siemenperunakeskus * Vuotekno *Companies in state-owned investment company Solidium's portfolio: **Elisa **Kemira **Outokumpu **Outotec **Rautaruukki **Sampo **Stora Enso **Talvivaara **TeliaSonera **Tieto Commercial Government Agencies *Metsähallitus (Forest and Park Service) *Senate Properties Defunct * VPU Pukutehdas See also * Government of Finland * List of Finnish companies * List of government-owned companies * Econom ...
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Finland
Finland ( fi, Suomi ; sv, Finland ), officially the Republic of Finland (; ), is a Nordic country in Northern Europe. It shares land borders with Sweden to the northwest, Norway to the north, and Russia to the east, with the Gulf of Bothnia to the west and the Gulf of Finland across Estonia to the south. Finland covers an area of with a population of 5.6 million. Helsinki is the capital and largest city, forming a larger metropolitan area with the neighbouring cities of Espoo, Kauniainen, and Vantaa. The vast majority of the population are ethnic Finns. Finnish, alongside Swedish, are the official languages. Swedish is the native language of 5.2% of the population. Finland's climate varies from humid continental in the south to the boreal in the north. The land cover is primarily a boreal forest biome, with more than 180,000 recorded lakes. Finland was first inhabited around 9000 BC after the Last Glacial Period. The Stone Age introduced several differ ...
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Fortum
Fortum Oyj is a Finnish state-owned energy company located in Espoo, Finland. In addition to Finland, it focuses on Germany and other countries in Central Europe, Great Britain, Russia and the Nordic region. Fortum operates power plants, including co-generation plants, and generates and sells electricity and heat. The company also sells waste services such as recycling, reutilisation, final disposal solutions and soil remediation and environmental constructions services, and other energy-related services and products e.g. consultancy services for power plants and electric vehicle charging. Fortum is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki stock exchange. In 2020 Fortum was the biggest company in Finland by its revenue. The majority of its income came from Uniper that became Fortum's subsidiary in March 2020. Uniper was nationalised by Germany on the for 8 billion euros. Fortum is Europe's third-largest producer of carbon-free electricity, Europe's second-largest producer of nucle ...
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Licentia
''Ryazan'' (russian: Рязань) was a Hansa A Type cargo ship which was built as ''Licentia'' in 1944 by Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft, Flensburg, Germany for J Jost, Flensburg. She was seized as a prize of war in 1945, passing to the Ministry of War Transport and renamed ''Empire Gabon''. Allocated to the Soviet Union in 1946, she served until 1979 when she was sold to West Germany and renamed ''Rudi''. She was scrapped at Santander, Spain that year. Description The ship was long, with a beam of . She had a depth of . She was assessed as , , . The ship was propelled by a compound steam engine, which had two cylinders of 42 cm (16 inches) and two cylinders of 90 cm (35 inches) diameter by 90 cm (35 inches) stroke. The engine was built by Flensberger Schiffsbau-Geschellschaft. Rated at 1,200 IHP, it could propel the ship at . History ''Licentia'' was a Hansa A Type cargo ship built in 1944 as yard number 467 by Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft, Flensbur ...
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Fingrid
Fingrid Oyj is a Finnish national electricity transmission grid operator. It is owned by the Finnish state (53.1 %) and various financial and insurance institutions (46.9 %). In 2011, power companies Fortum Power and Heat Oy and Pohjolan Voima sold their stakes in Fingrid (25% each), because of EU Internal Market Directive in Electricity, which requires that power production and ownership of the transmission systems should be separate. CEO of the company is Jukka Ruusunen. The transmission from and to the Russian network was interrupted by the Russian side on May 13, 2022. See also *Energy in Finland *European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity ENTSO-E, the European Network of Transmission System Operators, represents 39 electricity transmission system operators (TSOs) from 35 countries across Europe, thus extending beyond EU borders. ENTSO-E was established and given legal mandates by ... (ENTSO-E) References External links * Companies based in H ...
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Engel Yhtymä
Engel means "angel" in some Germanic languages. Engel or Die Engel may refer to: People * Engel (surname) * Engel Beltré (born 1989), Dominican baseball player Music * Engel (band), a Swedish industrial/melodic death metal band * "Engel" (song), by Rammstein * "Engel", a 2014 song by Admiral P featuring Nico D * "Engel", a 2012 song from the album ''Raise Your Fist'' by Doro Others uses * ''Engel'' (role-playing game), a 2002 role-playing game * Frau Engel, a character in the Wolfenstein video game series * Marian Engle Award, a Canadian literary award presented annually from 1986 to 2007 * Engel Stadium, a baseball stadium in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States * De Engel (Lisse), a community in the municipality of Lisse, South Holland, the Netherlands * De Engel (restaurant), Rotterdam, the Netherlands See also * * Engle (other) * Engels (other) Friedrich Engels (1820–1895) was a German communist, social scientist and philosopher. Engels may also r ...
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Ekokem
Fortum Waste Solutions Oy (formerly Ekokem) is a Finnish company that provides recycling and waste management services for industries, cities, and communities. Fortum Waste Solutions is part of Fortum Corporation. Fortum Waste Solutions covers a network of over 30 offices in Finland, Sweden, and Denmark. In 2014, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) selected Fortum Waste Solutions as one of the companies to incinerate wastes produced in destruction of Syria's chemical weapons. See also *List of Finnish government enterprises This is a list of Finnish government owned companies: Wholly owned *Alko * OHY Arsenal * CSC - Tieteellinen laskenta * Destia *Finavia * Finnvera * Hansel Ltd. *Motiva * *Patria * Rahapaja (Mint of Finland) *Solidium * *Posti Group * * Suome ... References Waste management companies of Finland 1979 establishments in Finland Government-owned companies of Finland Riihimäki Waste companies established in 1979 Waste S ...
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Altia
Altia Oyj was a Finnish state-owned corporation based in Helsinki, which produces, imports, exports and markets alcoholic beverages. It operates in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Estonia and Latvia. Altia has production plants in Koskenkorva and Rajamäki in Finland and in Tabasalu in Estonia. Altia's strategy is based on two complementary cornerstones – building own brands and providing a leading Nordic and Baltic service platform for partners to develop their business. The largest imported brands are Drostdy-Hof, Two Oceans and Jack Daniel's. Altia's sales companies in the alcohol monopoly countries are Altia Finland, Alpha Beverages and Wennerco in Finland, Altia Sweden, Bibendum and Philipson Söderberg in Sweden and Interbev, Bibendum, Strøm and Best Buys in Norway. Altia Denmark, Altia Eesti, Altia Latvia and Jaunalko operate in the open markets Denmark, Estonia and Latvia. The corporation was formed from the production and import sectors of the old alcohol monopo ...
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Finnish Broadcasting Company
Yleisradio Oy (Finnish, literally "General Radio Ltd." or "General Broadcast Ltd."; abbr. Yle ; sv, Rundradion Ab, italics=no), translated to English as the Finnish Broadcasting Company, is Finland's national public broadcasting company, founded in 1926. It is a joint-stock company which is 99.98% owned by the Finnish state, and employs around 3,200 people in Finland. Yle shares many of its organizational characteristics with its British counterpart, the BBC, on which it was largely modelled. For the greater part of Yle's existence the company was funded by the revenues obtained from a broadcast receiving licence fee payable by the owners of radio sets (1927–1976) and television sets (1958–2012), as well as receiving a portion of the broadcasting licence fees payable by private television broadcasters. Since the beginning of 2013 the licence fee has been replaced by a public broadcasting tax (known as the Yle tax), which is collected annually from private individuals and co ...
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Veikkaus
Veikkaus Oy is the Finnish government-owned betting agency which holds a monopoly in the country. It was formed in 2017 as a merger of three previously existing betting and gambling agencies of Veikkaus, Fintoto and Finland's Slot Machine Association. In January 2019, Veikkaus announced a plan to reduce its workforce by around 400 positions, while also announcing "significant overhauls of our gaming locations and an end to the restaurant gaming table business". A survey, conducted by Finnish polling specialist Bilendi on behalf of Kasino Curt, says that more Finns support than oppose the idea of abolishing Finland’s gambling monopoly and adopting a gambling licence system. The interviews were conducted within Bilendi Oy’s nationwide consumer panel during March 20 to 24 2019. The survey error margin is ±3.1 percentage points. The survey found that 31 per cent of Finns want to abolish the gambling monopoly and adopt a gambling licence system instead, whereas 27 per cent of ...
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Neova
Neova Oy (formerly Vapo Oy) is a Finnish state-owned company. In 2021, approximately two-thirds of the company’s turnover was derived from refined growing media sold under the Kekkilä brand, among others. The company’s other key products included activated carbon produced from peat, and wood-based fuels. The Finnish state owns 50.1% of Neova, with the rest being held by Suomen Energiavarat Oy (SEV), which is owned by Finnish energy companies. History From Timber Office to Valtion Polttoainetoimisto (State Fuel Office), Vapo (1940–1950) The outbreak of World War II made it more difficult for government offices to acquire fuel in Finland. In January 1940, state-owned companies’ procurement of firewood and timber was concentrated in the temporarily expanded Timber Office of the National Board of Railways. The Timber Office’s activities were expanded and it began to operate under the Ministry of Supply. The office was responsible for the fuel supply of the state-owned r ...
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Tieto
Tietoevry Oyj, Tietoevry Corporation, (Tieto prior to Jun 2019) is a Finnish IT software and service company providing IT and product engineering services. Tietoevry is domiciled in Espoo, Finland, and the company's shares are listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki, NASDAQ OMX Stockholm and Oslo Stock Exchange. Tietoevry has approximately 24,000 employees across 20 countries, and has customers in the energy, forestry, banking, and healthcare sectors. History Tietotehdas, TT Tieto and Tieto in Finland (1968–1999) Tieto started its business operations in Espoo, Finland in 1968 under the name Tietotehdas Oy. During the company's first years, it developed and maintained IT systems mainly for the Union Bank of Finland (''Suomen Yhdyspankki'', today Nordea) and its customers, as well as a few forestry companies. The customer base of the company grew during the 1970s, when mini-computers were introduced alongside the existing mainframe computers. Besides mainframe computer services and ...
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