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Today, 30th November, the shareholders of Solwers Plc and Lukkaroinen Architects Ltd have signed a contract on the acquisition of all shares of Lukkaroinen Architects. The acquisition supports the growth strategy of Solwers and strengthens its position as a provider of architectural services. Lukkaroinen Architects Ltd was founded in 1980 in Oulu and today employs

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Samuli Ojanperä appointed Managing Director at Pontek Oy

M.Sc. Tech. Samuli Ojanperä has been appointed Managing Director of Pontek Oy and member of the Solwers’ Finnish Business Management Team as of 1 January 2022. Ojanperä will move to the position from another group company, Rockplan, where he has been manager of the structural design branch since 2017 as well as been a member

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New managing director for Geounion

Markku Savolainen has been appointed Managing Director of GeoUnion Oy as of 1 June 2021. He will start the introduction period at GeoUnion at the beginning of May and joins the company from the position of Head of Department at Sitowise. He has previously worked at Geotek as Head of Department and has had a long

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Kaarle Korhonen appointed Managing Director of Finnmap Infra Oy

Kaarle Korhonen, M.Sc., has been appointed Managing Director of Finnmap Infra Oy as of 1.6. 2021. He has previously worked at AFRY Finland and Pöyry as Market Area Manager of Transportation infra design since 2015. Prior to that, he has worked at Ahma-insinöörit Oy and Lemcon Oy as project manager and project engineer.  Solwers Group CEO Stefan

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Solwers’ Financial Statements 2020

Solwers’ growth continued in the financial year 2020 and the order backlog remained at a good level despite the pandemic. In line with the strategy, the company acquisitions continued with the Swedish LICAB AB, Enerwex AB and the Finnish Geounion Oy joining the group during the year. Net sales (Pro Forma 12 months) reached EUR

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Christmas Donation

Bidibidi is the world’s second largest refugee settlement with some 250,000 refugees from South Sudan. At the Yenga school there are some 1,400 students, majority of which are refugees. Part of the students come from local, low-income families. The students are 5-16 years old and the education has significance as an important promotor of wellbeing

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