Manufacturing cluster in the Tampere Region. The centre of the Finnish manufacturing industry. There are wide bases of businesses operating in manufacturing industry in the Tampere Region. Mining Construction and Mobile Machinery are the leading ones. 2,8% energy and cleantech
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There are wide bases of businesses operating in manufacturing industry in the Tampere Region. Mining Construction and Mobile Machinery are the leading ones.
0,8% textileand leather
0,2% life science
29,3% Mining and construction
24,7% Mobile machinery
11,8% Food industry
5,1% Rubber and plastics
4,3% pulpand paper
3,2% mechanical engineering
ALL DIVERSELY ENABLING AN ENVIRONMENT FOR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES
NEW INNOVATION AND APPLICATION ENABLERS, OTHER CLUSTERS IN THE TAMPERE REGION
WIDE COMPANY BASE Skilled people, capability of renewal, co-operation with universities and innovation platforms
MODERN INNOVATION PLATFORMS
New Factory, Demola,Protomo, Konela,Suuntaamo
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES
High quality research and education, labour with know-how
Long history in supporting and developing the manufacturing industry
The New Factory is an environment for open innovation where ideas can be processed into prototypes, pilot projects, products and services, new business and new jobs.
Demola is an open innovation environment where university students from different fields develop products and services in teams together with companies and public-sector organizations.
Protomo is a developing community for starting businesses where idea developers, seasoned professionals and young talents spar each other when creating new products and service development.
Suuntaamo connects ordinary people in the development of new and innovative products and services and at the same time improve their own living environment.
Tampere is a popular industrial trade fair city, which collects thousands of fair visitors and exhibitors together every year.
SUBCONTRACTING TRADE FAIR- Metal, electronics, plastic and rubber industries
- Industrial ICT solutions, planning and consulting services
INDUSTRIAL SERVICES TRADE FAIR
- Maintenance and manufacturing
- Energy efficiency and environment solutions
- Industrial ICT, tools and safety
- Material handling and internal logistics; products, services and solutions
The Tampere Region’s universities provide high-level education and they are active cooperation partners for industry.
Supporting education, research & development:
TAMPERE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
Intelligent hydraulics and automation
Electronics and communications engineering
TAMPERE UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
Mechanical and production engineering
Paper, textile and chemical technology
Energy and environmental technology
TAMPERE VOCATIONAL COLLEGE TREDU
TAMPERE ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE TAKKAutomotive
Concrete building products
Electricity and automation
TECHNICAL RESEARCH CENTRE OF FINLAND
Ecologic solutions for machines and vehicles
In Tampere everything works
- Fastest growing region in Finland- Population 499 000- 31 000 places of business- 2nd largest airport in the country- 2/3 of Finns live with in 1,5h drive from Tampere
Manufacturing Industries(Companies over 0.5M€ turnover)*
Gateway to Europe:
Finland offers a central location in the expanding markets of Northern Europe and also provides an ideal business gateway to Russia.
Safe and stable: Finland enjoys the highest possible AAA status with the global credit rating agencies Fitch Ratings, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s. Finland is famous for its transparency, straightforwardness and low levels of bureaucracy.
Competent facilities:According to WEF’s Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011, Finland has the best availability of scientists and engineers who are trained by one of the best educational systems in the world.
Easy and Innovative:Finnish infrastructure excels in terms of physical transportation as well as telecommunications. Technology infrastructure is one of the best in Europe.
Finland’s global rankings:
#1 Health and primary education
#1 Higher education and training
#1 Availability of scientists and engineers
#1 Property rights and IPR protection#1 Availability of latest technologies#2 University-industry collaboration in R&D
#2 Protection of minority shareholders’ interest
#2 Quality of education system
#2 Quality of math and science education
#2 Extent of staff training
#2 Country capacity to retain talent
#2 Tertiary education graduates in OECD
#3 Company spending on R&D
#3 Quality of overall infrastructure
For information on how to combine innovation, research and know-how with other industries, request materials on the other top clusters of the Tampere Region: