Destia outsources equipment to Ramirent in Finland

29.03.2011 15:40:00

Destia Oy outsources its modules and some light machinery as well as related operations to Ramirent and has signed a five-year rental agreement with Ramirent Finland Oy. A letter of intent on the cooperation agreement was signed in January 2011.

– We have now finalised the agreement for which a letter of intent was signed on 10 January 2011. We believe this solution frees up resources for our core activities and will provide efficient availability to safe and high quality equipment for our projects and a partnership through which we can further improve our operations, says Destia’s Procurement Director Petri Roimela.

– We are committed to cater to Destia’s needs through our offering of Dynamic Rental Solutions and set out to simplify and help improve efficiency in handling equipment needs and related services to Destia’s project sites, says Kari Aulasmaa, Managing Director, Ramirent Finland Oy.


Ramirent is a leading equipment rental group delivering Dynamic Rental Solutions™ that simplify business. We serve a broad range of customers, including construction and process industries, shipyards, the public sector and households. In 2010, Group net sales totalled EUR 531 million. The Group has some 3,000 employees at some 378 permanent outlets in thirteen countries. Ramirent is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd.

Ramirent Finland Oy is the leading machinery rental company in Finland. In 2010, its net sales totalled EUR 137 million. The company has 84 rental outlets and 603 employees in Finland.

Destia Ltd is a Finnish infrastructure and construction service company. We build, maintain and design not only traffic routes and both industrial and traffic environments, but also complete living environments. Our services cover the whole spectrum, from comprehensive overground operations to subterranean construction. Destia Group’s turnover in 2010 was approximately EUR 540 milion. Destia employs about 2 000 people.
Destia – Building the bigger picture.



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