Russian Atom shifts from Nokia to 5G
Julkaistu 12 maaliskuu 2021
One of the leading developers of 5G technologies, the Finnish corporation Nokia, has completed testing of a specially designed network at the Chepetsk Metallurgical Plant. It is the world's largest producer of metals and alloys used as nuclear fuel.
Finland extends participation in the “green” energy sector of Russia
Julkaistu 04 maaliskuu 2021
Finland's state-owned energy company Fortum Corporation continues to invest in Russian projects related to renewable energy sources. The next step is the construction of a solar electric park in the south of the Russian Federation.
Finnish fast food hopes for a quick recovery from quarantine
Julkaistu 18 helmikuu 2021
Atria, one of the largest food companies in Finland, has decided to focus its Russian division's work on the fast food market. According to experts, this industry should increase rapidly after the easing of quarantine restrictions.
Finnish business in Russia vaccinated by Sputnik V
Julkaistu 11 helmikuu 2021
Representatives of Finnish businesses in Russia are actively interested in the possibility of Sputnik V vaccination, including for employees of their own companies. This may become an additional factor in the restoration of trade turnover between the countries in the conditions of global quarantine.
Finland will help the EAEU to establish digital communication with Europe
Julkaistu 04 helmikuu 2021
At a recent meeting of representatives of the diplomatic corps of Finland and the trade bloc of the EAEU Commission, the issue of solving the problem of falling trade turnover between the Union and European countries, which declined against the background of the covid-19 pandemic, was raised.
Finnair returns to Russian sky
Julkaistu 28 tammikuu 2021
This week, at the initiative of the Russian side, the ban on air travel between Finland and the Russian Federation was lifted. Residents of Suomi will be able to arrive in St. Petersburg on Finnair flights this week.
Krasnodar winemakers enter the Finnish market
Julkaistu 21 tammikuu 2021
Kuban-Wine, one of the largest wineries in Russia, with the assistance of the leadership of Krasnodar Krai, has agreed on the supply of its own alcoholic beverages to the Finnish market. Chateau Tamagne wines will be the first to appear on store shelves.
Fortum became a co-owner of the Russian Green Energy Development Fund
Julkaistu 13 tammikuu 2021
Finnish state-owned energy company Fortum Corporation has become a partner of the Direct Investment Fund in Russia in a new company whose activities will be aimed at developing the “green” electricity sector. The controlling stake will remain with the Russian side.
Metso Outotec to supply new furnaces for Russian Nickel
Julkaistu 23 2020
Norilsk Nickel, Russia's largest non-ferrous metal producer, will upgrade its smelting line at one of its facilities located beyond the Arctic circle in the coming year. Metso Outotec, a specialist in mining and metallurgical technologies, will develop and manufacture the equipment.
Russia and Finland's railways are increasing turnover even during the crisis
Julkaistu 17 2020
State operators of the railways of Finland and Russia - VR-Yhtymä and Russian Railways - summed up their joint work in 2020. Despite the difficult economic situation and the closure of borders to ordinary passengers, total traffic continues to grow.
FinScan's new line started operating in the Arkhangelsk region
Julkaistu 10 2020
Finnish company FinScan, specializing in high-tech automatic systems for evaluating and sorting sawn products, has launched a new line at several enterprises of the Ustyansky timber industry.
Nokia tests solutions for switching to 5G in Russia
Julkaistu 03 2020
The Finnish company Nokia, one of the leaders in the development of 5G technology, has conducted test launches of new software for AirScale communication stations operating in the network of the Russian operator MegaFon. The Research Institute of radio named after M. I. Krivosheev took part in the work.
New quarantine restrictions are introduced in major cities of Finland
Julkaistu 25 2020
Due to the continuing increase in the daily number of cases of coronavirus infection in the capital and other major cities, the Finnish government is introducing stricter restrictive measures for three weeks. Their validity can be extended until the end of the year.
Finland will start buying tannery raw materials in Yakutia
Julkaistu 20 2020
Representatives of the Ministry of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East held talks with Lapin Nahka company, which has been one of the best suppliers of deer skins in Finland for more than 50 years. The main goal is to establish the supply of leather raw materials from Russian manufacturers.
Finland may open borders to Russia by New year
Julkaistu 12 2020
At the moment, the Ministry of social security and health of Finland is making the latest adjustments to the legislation that will allow Russian tourists to visit Finland on Christmas and New year's eve.
Finland is preparing for the return of Russian tourists
Julkaistu 03 2020
A new shopping complex Scandinavian Shopping Center has appeared in the community of Virolahti, not far from the most popular border crossing point among Russian tourists. So far, the facility is focused on working with the local population.
A personal marketplace has been created for Finnish tires
Julkaistu 22 2020
Nokian, one of the most famous Finnish brands in Russia, has created a separate online platform for its products, which will help the buyer choose the best offer for tires in the region he needs. So far, the service is available to residents of Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Fortum approves investment in Russian wind turbines
Julkaistu 14 2020
Finland's state energy concern Fortum has agreed a budget with Russian RUSNANO company for the construction of two large wind generator parks in the southern Federal district of the Russian Federation. The first electricity deliveries are expected by the end of 2021.
Finnish Ponsse will open the largest network of services in Russia
Julkaistu 06 2020
One of the leaders in innovating in the field of logging equipment - the Finnish company Ponsse - plans to open 7 service centers in Russia by the end of 2021. About 10 million euros will be invested in the project.
Finnish builders are developing a service direction in Russia
Julkaistu 01 2020
One of the most famous Finnish construction companies in Russia, YIT Corporation, is actively increasing its presence in the market of providing services for tenants and renters. Russian developers' software products are used for this purpose.

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