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The Helsinki Ring of Industry means a super talented workforce, cost-effective industrial plots, and reliable and fast connections. Nice work-life balance without any unnecessary adventures – the HRI is where you and your business thrive.
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Our top picks
Antinsaari business district in Hyvinkää
50 000 m2
Price per square meter (plot) € 14.3 / m2
Price per square meter (building rights) € 40 / m2
Hiidenlaakso industrial area in Vihti
350 000 m2
Price per square meter (plot) 20 € / m2
Price per square meter (building rights) 40 € / m2
Rykmentinportti industrial area in Tuusula
Kapuli Business Area in Mäntsälä
180 000 m2
Price per square meter (plot) 16 €
These awesome companies already call us home – why would not you?
“Cooperation with the city of…
…Järvenpää worked quickly and flexibly in the zoning and construction phase. Since the introduction of our distribution centre, close communication and a smooth flow of information have continued.”
Director of Real Estate and Development
Here are a few points why Tuusula was chosen as Makita's future location.
• Good, large plots close enough to the airport. Easy and fast access from different directions. • An evolving area that we can develop from the start. • Outstanding and quick help from the municipality of Tuusula. The best service for businesses. • The positive image of the area and Tuusula.
…and reliable infrastructure were the main reasons for us to expand to Tuusula, Finland. The Capital Region provides us with skilled workforce and Helsinki airport enables our customers to visit us fast and efficiently.
Head of Development
Kerava took care of…
…our expansion fast and professionally. Motorway E75 and the railroad serves well both us and our employees. We share a common goal with Kerava – to make our settlement as fine as possible.
…and numerous other companies
Good news is in our nature
Microsoft intends to build a new datacenter in the HRI region
17 March 2022 – The investment responds to Finland’s growing demand for high performance, sustainable computing, and fast and reliable access to Microsoft services. Over the next four years, Microsoft and its stakeholders could generate more than €EUR17.2 billion in new revenue and will add over 11,000 skilled IT jobs to the Finnish economy.
Last year was record busy for private early-stage investment in Finland
13 April 2022 – Last year was the busiest ever in terms of investment activity, with the number of transactions by private early-stage investors surging from 746 to 1 022 between 2020 and 2021.
DHL builds a state-of-the-art, carbon-neutral logistics center in Sipoo
26 February 2022 – The municipality of Sipoo and DHL Supply Chain Finland Oy will conclude more than € 3.5 million plot sales in the logistics area of Bastukärr. DHL intends to build a logistics center comprising three buildings. The main building is a single-storey storage terminal with just over 44,300 square meters. In addition, a 180 m2 technical building and a 2,500 m2 covered outdoor warehouse will be built on the site. DHL Supply Chain is the world's largest contract logistics company.
Big investment in Kirkkonummi: Prysmian expands and adds up to 120 jobs
23 March 2022 – Italian cable manufacturer Prysmian is making a big investment in its Kirkkonummi plant. The investment will increase production so that 400 kilometers more cables can be made each year. The factory has exported especially submarine cables around the world. The construction of wind power and renewable energy production has increased the demand for high-voltage cables. According to Prysmian, the value of the investment is EUR 100 million. The expansion of the plant is scheduled to begin by the beginning of summer 2022.
Helsinki Airport aims at a next-generation customer experience
December 2021 – The extension of Helsinki Airport's Terminal 2 is now open. The brand-new extension has an impressive main entrance, a departures hall, and an arrivals hall, where a nature diorama welcomes passengers arriving in Finland. All flights will be centralised in one terminal, as the check-in and baggage services for all flights will be under the stunning wooden ceiling of the new terminal extension by June 2022. The next-generation technology at the airport makes security control quicker and easier.
Finns are leaving Helsinki, and the HRI municipalities are the big winners of the new migration
February 2022 – During the corona pandemic, the migration of Finns has changed significantly. In internal migration, Helsinki is losing its people. Nevertheless, the capital population has grown the most among all municipalities. The reason behind it is many immigrants of working age and thus the natural increase in population. The migration of immigrants in Finland is highly concentrated and directed to the Helsinki metropolitan area. The trend in the pandemic period is the solid growth of Helsinki Ring of Industry municipalities. The ten municipalities in the Central Uusimaa region have been the most significant migration winners. The municipalities have benefited the most from the much-talked-about multi-location as loose housing attracts teleworkers. Helsinki's migration loss is due to the fact that so many people in the 25-44 age group move out of the capital.
Helsinki Ring of Industry – 6 good reasons for your success
#1 business environment in the world – for the fourth year in a row
Competitive business costs
Stable society fuelled by innovation
Leader in the number of Nordic FDI projects
#1 happiest country in the world – for the fifth year running 🙂