The Federation of Finnish Technology Industries is the lobbying organisation for technology industry companies.
We promote competitiveness and the operational preconditions for this, the largest and most important export sector in Finland. A constantly developing technology industry creates the basis for the Finnish welfare state. The Federation of Finnish Technology Industries has over 1,600 member companies.
The technology industry makes up 50% of Finnish exports and 80% of R&D investment in the private sector. The sector employs almost 280,000 people directly, and 700,000 people in total. This equates to about 30% of the entire Finnish labour force.
Rubber Manufacturers’ Association of Finland (RMAF) is an organization for rubber manufacturers in Finland. RMAF brings rubber companies together and acts as their voice towards legislators and other organizations. RMAF provides a platform for cooperation for rubber companies.
RMAF is a trade association for Finnish rubber manufacturing companies, founded in 1961. The main mission of the association is to create a favourable operational environment for the member companies. RMAF actively promotes the competitiveness and operational preconditions of its members in Finland.
RMAF keeps its member companies updated on the latest developments in legislation and regulations and provides its members different services that support their everyday work. RMAF also works the other way and communicates pressing matters of member companies to decision makers.
Finnish Association of Purchasing and Logistics LOGY is a not-for-profit association of private individuals and legal entities. The purpose of LOGY is to develop procedures for purchasing of materials and services and to promote physical logistics (i.e. transport, storage, handling) and the professional skills of employees in logistics for the benefit of the Finnish economy and society.
The objectives are to improve logistics and increase the internal and external integration of logistics, to develop the utilization of computer processing and data interchange in logistics and to present Finnish logistics services.
The Forums serve their members as skills and networking centers that offer deeper knowledge in a collegiate atmosphere parallel with the association´s joint offering. The Forums aim to develop processes and systems, improve competitiveness, further education and professional skills as well as to enhance the area´s overall profile.
Finnish Plastics Industries Federation – FIPIF is an organization for plastic manufacturers in Finland. FIPIF brings plastic companies together and acts as their voice towards legislators and other organizations. FIPIF provides a platform for cooperation for plastic companies.
FIPIF is a trade association for Finnish plastics manufacturing companies. FIPIF actively promotes the competitiveness and operational preconditions of its members in Finland. FIPIF keeps its member companies updated on the latest developments in legislation and regulations and provides its members different services that support their everyday work. FIPIF also works the other way and communicates pressing matters of member companies to decision makers.
FIPIF is a member of the Confederation of Finnish Industries (EK) and works in close cooperation with the Chemical Industry Federation of Finland (Kemianteollisuus).
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