Largest companies in Finland as of November 2018, by number of employees
Largest companies in Finland 2018, by number of employees
This statistic shows the largest companies in Finland as of November 2018, by number of employees. At the time, Nokia Oyj was the largest company in Finland, employing a little over 101,700 people. Nokia is a global communications and IT company, largely known of its mobile phones and losing share of the mobile phone market in the beginning of the 21st century. The next largest company in Finland as of 2018 was KONE Oyj with a number of employees of roughly 53,400. The third largest company was the paper pulp and paper manufacturer Stora Enso Oyj employing roughly 26,200 people.
This statistic contains several companies that specialise in paper and wood production, metals and metal products, energy as well as shipbuilding. While Finland has a tradition for all these industry areas, looking at the economy as a whole, the Finnish economy has become more dominated by electronics and services. As a result, traditional industries such as the forest industry have declined. Leading brands across all industries in Finland include Fazer, Prisma, Paulig and Fiskars.
Largest companies in Finland as of November 2018, by number of employees
Number of employees
Nokia Oyj101,731
KONE Oyj53,417
Stora Enso Oyj26,206
Helsing ja Uudenmaan Sairaanhoitopiirin kuntayhtymä22,970
Kesko Oyj22,077
PKC Group Oyj21,277
Posti Group Oyj20,632
UPM-Kymmene Oyj19,489
Wärtsilä Oyj Abp17,866
Huhtamäki Oyj17,361
Caverion Oyj16,607
Konecranes Oyj15,519
SLP Group Oy15,015
Tieto Oyj13,889
Solemo Oy13,685
Staffpoint Oy12,641
Valmet Oyj12,208
Metso Oyj11,703
Cargotec Oyj11,128
Outokumpu Oyj10,485
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Source

Release date

November 2018

Region

Finland

Survey time period

November 2018

Supplementary notes

The source adds the following information: "The top list data is always based on the latest available financial statements."

Total number of employees refers to the average number of employees.

Subsidiaries are excluded if the parent company is on the top list with consolidated figures.

Largest companies in Finland 2018, by number of employees
This statistic shows the largest companies in Finland as of November 2018, by number of employees. At the time, Nokia Oyj was the largest company in Finland, employing a little over 101,700 people. Nokia is a global communications and IT company, largely known of its mobile phones and losing share of the mobile phone market in the beginning of the 21st century. The next largest company in Finland as of 2018 was KONE Oyj with a number of employees of roughly 53,400. The third largest company was the paper pulp and paper manufacturer Stora Enso Oyj employing roughly 26,200 people.
This statistic contains several companies that specialise in paper and wood production, metals and metal products, energy as well as shipbuilding. While Finland has a tradition for all these industry areas, looking at the economy as a whole, the Finnish economy has become more dominated by electronics and services. As a result, traditional industries such as the forest industry have declined. Leading brands across all industries in Finland include Fazer, Prisma, Paulig and Fiskars.
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