RELOCATE TO JOKIMAA
The Northern Jokimaa business area is located near great transport connections in the southern part of Lahti, along Helsingintie and Ala-Okeroistentie and in the immediate vicinity of the Lahti Southern Ring Road on main road 12.
The area is approximately a 5-minute drive away from the junction of the new Lahti Southern Ring Road, which provides excellent connections in the east-west direction. The drive to the junction of the Lahti–Helsinki highway takes less than 10 minutes.
The Northern Jokimaa area is home to businesses such as Halton Marine, which manufactures solutions for the shipbuilding industry; Kempower, which specialises in electric charging systems; Lem-Kem, which supplies turnkey carbon-neutral solutions for properties; the equipment rental company Cramo; and Veljekset Wahlstén, which manufactures trotting and riding equipment.
Top location near the junctions of the Lahti Southern Ring Road on main road 12.
About 5 min to the centre of Lahti, a little over an hour to Helsinki.
Expansion planned west of Helsingintie.
The soil in the area is primarily clay soil.
Lahti is a city with a population of more than 120,000 and the centre of an economic area with more than 200,000 residents. Not only is Lahti situated in a top location, it is also renowned for its environmental expertise. Thanks to LUT University changing its official name to Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology in 2019, Lahti is also Finland’s youngest university city.
Lahti is well-known as a strong business city and international winter sports hub, in addition to being famous for the eskers of Salpausselkä, the waters in the region, and the high-level cultural activities and events it offers.
Lahti has the most diverse industrial structure among Finland’s major cities and is home to many internationally well-known business brands, such as Fazer Mills and Bakery; the Hartwall beverage factory; Raute, which manufactures equipment for the forest-based industries; Makron, a manufacturer of industrial automation solutions; and Stalatube, which supplies stainless steel structures.