RELOCATE TO PAASSILTA
The Paassilta business area is located in Hollola, approximately a 10-minute drive from Lahti, along Riihimäentie and near the Soramäki interchange on the Lahti Southern Ring Road on main road 12.
The area offers easy and quick routes to the Helsinki metropolitan area, an airport and harbours. Thanks to its great transport connections and location, Paassilta is perfect for industrial and logistics operators. The plot division presented in the local detailed plan is indicative and can be adjusted to suit business’s needs.
The area is home to operators such as the lighting manufacturer Karlux; Protalli, which rents out units for storage and other purposes; and the Hollola Emergency Services Station.
Just over an hour from Helsinki, smooth transport connections to Tampere and Turku
The area is not located in a groundwater area
Preconstruction has been carried out on some of the plots
Located next to the Hopeakallio business area and the municipal centre’s services
The top location, residential environment near nature, and investments in the business environment have boosted Hollola’s growth. The growing and evolving municipality of Hollola, with a population of over 23,000, is well-known for the Messilä Ski Centre and golf courses, the medieval church area, and the beautiful Pyhäniemi Manor (photo), which is available for private and business events, among other things. Hollola also offers magnificent lake landscapes and conditions for hiking – thanks to Lake Vesijärvi, which connects to Lake Päijänne, and the numerous small lakes with clear water. The municipal centre of Salpakangas is located approximately a 10-minute drive from the Lahti city centre.
Hollola is home to many manufacturing businesses, such as Nepean Conveyors, which specialises in the manufacturing of machinery for mining and quarrying; Bellmer Finland, which manufactures paper and cardboard industry equipment; and Lojer, which manufactures hospital beds. Other interesting businesses include the Ainoa Winery vineyard, which has won many international competitions; the new communal machine shop Takomo; and logistics operators such as Suomen Kaukokiito.