Finn-Rotor Oy, a family company owned by the Mäkelä brothers in Saarijärvi, concentrates its operations in Pärnu, Estonia. As a result of the corporate reorganisations, Jussi and Janne Mäkelä will leave the company’s operational duties. The director of Finn-Rotor Estonia Oü is Matti Övermark from Saarijärvi. Mäkelä brothers own the companies and continue work on the boards of the companies.
The transfer was carried out as a normal business transaction, in which Finn-Rotor Oy sold a significant part of its business on September 1, 2021 to its wholly owned subsidiary Finn-rotor Estonia Oü. The personnel moved in the store as so-called old employees, excl. domestic customer service and maintenance operations, which remain in Saarijärvi.
“It has been a pleasure and an honor to be the second generation of entrepreneurs in our family business for almost twenty years and to develop this unique company to success. Everything has its time and place. While our work will continue as active owners, it is time to step aside and give new leaders room to develop the operations in the future.
“I thank the owners for their good cooperation and support. It is a great honor to receive leadership. It has been nice to see how the business has development and changed over the years as needed. I will start with a twinkle in my eye and full of new enthusiasm to create a successful future for the company. ”
Finn-Rotor Oy in brief:
Finn-Rotor Oy is one of the most significant players in its field globally. The company is a forty-year-old family company located in Saarijärvi, owned by the Mäkelä brothers. The company operates under its own Finn-Rotor brand, whose main products are hydraulic grapple turners, as well as control valves for forest and piece goods loaders.
Finn-Rotor Estonia Oü in brief:
Finn-Rotor Estonia Oü is a company founded in 2005 in Pärnu, Estonia, which has been responsible for the manufacture of Finn-Rotor products for many years. Operating from Estonia enables service for international customers even more flexibly. The main market areas are Europe and especially the Baltic countries, for which Pärnu’s location is optimal. Today, fast deliveries and constant communication with customers are even more important in a competitive market.