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AFRY acquires Suunnittelukide Oy, a Finnish engineering company in the infrastructure sector

Tue, 04/06/2021 - 09:15

AFRY has acquired Suunnittelukide Oy, a Finnish company providing engineering, construction contracting and supervision services for the infrastructure sector. The company is experts in bridge and special structures engineering. With this acquisition, AFRY will further strengthen its offering in Finland.

”Infrastructure is one of our key segments for growth and with this acquisition we will significantly strengthen our engineering competences in bridges and special structures. This will enable us to provide a more compelling and extensive service offering for our clients in the infrastructure sector in Finland,” says Mikko Inkala, Transportation Finland, AFRY.

“We feel pleased and confident as we become part of AFRY’s international group of experts in the infrastructure sector. Being part of AFRY will enable our employees to contribute in interesting infrastructure projects with a strong focus on sustainability. Our 20 years of experience in designing bridges and special structures will continue, and from now on we will be making future as part of AFRY,” says Jarmo Niemi, Managing Director of Suunnittelukide Oy.

Suunnittelukide Oy employs about 25 experts in the cities of Tampere, Turku, Kouvola, Seinäjoki and Jyväskylä in Finland. The company’s net sales in 2020 amounted to 34 MSEK.

Suunnittelukide Oy will be consolidated in AFRY Finland Oy as of April 1, 2021 and the company will continue its operations with its current brand during a transition period.

For more information, please contact:

Mikko Inkala
BU President, Transportation Finland, AFRY
tel. +358 40 716 9133
mikko.inkala@afry.com

Jarmo Niemi
Managing Director, Suunnittelukide Oy
tel. +358 50 411 6210

jarmo.niemi@suunnittelukide.com

 

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