Finland is dependent on sea traffic, its fluency and competitiveness. Almost 90 percent of exports and imports to Finland are transported by sea.
Seafaring builds value chains that create the basis for the growth of industry, tourism and other forms of trade. The Finnish shipowners are forerunners of technology and environmental innovations and are actively participating in developing solutions for sustainable shipping.
Leading experts of the European Maritime Cluster gather in Helsinki for Breaking Waves 2018
4. December 2018 - Suomen Varustamot Ry
LL.M. Maija Mattila starts as a new labour law attorney at the Finnish Shipowners’ Association
11. October 2018 - Suomen Varustamot Ry
Breaking Waves 2018 – Representatives of the global maritime cluster, from shipowners to startups, to gather in Helsinki
5. September 2018 - Suomen Varustamot RyShow all releases
From the shipowners
The Board of Directors of Kvarken Link have decided to enter into a Letter of Intent with Rauma Marine Constructions Oy
11. January 2019 - Wasaline / Kvarken Link Ab
The world’s most eco-friendly bulk carrier now operating on the Baltic Sea
14. November 2018 - ESL Shipping
Mrs Karolina Kjellgren, VP Oceania Trade Team Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean – speaker Maritime Day Thurs 9 May 2019
8. November 2018 - Godby ShippingMore from the shipowners
Wärtsilästä kasvaa kyberturvallisuusyhtiö – laivojen ja voimalaitosten turvajärjestelmät rikollisten kohteena
16. January 2019 - Tekniikka&Talous
Merenkurkun uusi autolautta rakennetaan Raumalla
11. January 2019 - Yle.fi
Vuoden uutuusvirastot ovat Traficom ja Väylä – mutta mitä ne oikein tekevät?
3. January 2019 - Tekniikka&TalousMaritime news
Finnish shipowners are forerunners in the field of environmental innovations. New solutions that have been tested and taken into use on Finnish shipowners’ vessels have had international success.Read more