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In the Finnish Transport Agency’s annual road user satisfaction survey, many contracts were particularly successful in winter road maintenance in winter 2020-2021. Based on the feedback survey, the Finnish Transport Agency has selected the most successful maintenance contracts in terms of customer service and those that improved most in terms of customer satisfaction.

The Rovaniemi regional contract is one of the contracts where road users’ satisfaction with winter maintenance has improved the most.
This success is due to our hard-working management team; Arttu, Juuso and Niko. Congratulations to the whole team!

For more information, visit the Finnish Transport Agency’s website: https://vayla.fi/-/maanteiden-talvihoidosta-kiitosta-katso-mista-loytyvat-tyytyvaisimmat-tienkayttajat?fbclid=IwAR1xrpmewBVFu3DyAKqNdq4NoF2WohbF4hnNF1jJmWlNVpr-MrDU-Fa38LY

Terranor Oy has won two new road maintenance contracts for the period 2021-2026, for Kemi and Raasepori. The new contracts will start on 1.10.2021 and will run for five years.

More information on the past road maintenance tendering process: https://vayla.fi/documents/25230764/35411132/Kilpailuttamisen_tuloksia_2021.pdf/14c090fd-15d2-1fae-6b97-f6dd35764751/Kilpailuttamisen_tuloksia_2021.pdf?t=1617884127099&fbclid=IwAR3CDkD-elME9UX65EKpuMzaoHijieBvr9kvuwllpx4_mm9k9z1G7qiQPZc

General information on tendering for contracts on the website of the Finnish Transport Agency: https://vayla.fi/palveluntuottajat/hankinnat/tieurakat

 

The Finnish Transport Agency and the ELY Centre of Southwest Finland put out to tender the 5-year road maintenance contracts responsible for the day-to-day management of roads. Road maintenance contracts are quality responsibility contracts, which are carried out in accordance with the quality requirements defined by Väylä.

The main objective of the road maintenance contracts is the benefit of the road user and their flexible service. The aim is to achieve a fair distribution of risks and to develop good cooperation between the client and the contractor. The aim of road maintenance contracts is also to provide opportunities for better development of maintenance work and to improve the quality of the contract and thus the productivity of the sector.

The German holding company Mutares SE & Co. KGaA acquires the Road Services division of NCC, the road maintenance business in Finland and Sweden. The transaction will take the form of a share purchase agreement and is expected to close in the third quarter of 2020. The transaction is subject to approval by the Swedish competition authorities.

Mutares is a holding company focused on acquiring potential medium-sized companies. It was founded in 2008 and has 90 employees in six offices across Europe. Mutares is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Construction magazine news: https://www.rakennuslehti.fi/2020/07/ncc-myy-ruotsin-ja-suomen-tienhoitoliiketoiminnot/?fbclid=IwAR10ckDzmmb9OnPWVHgsraWB7eIOBo7L-5SvOQ_uvtnFOK7vidQcWHRQcD0