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    • Construction of Tahkoluoto offshore wind farm began
      June 22, 2016

      Preparation works started in April and ten wind turbines should be ready by the autumn of 2017. The construction project will be carried out over the next two summer seasons covering multiple stages of specialist work. The project involves international suppliers some of which Promolior supports with its partners regarding financial administration processes. Promolior helps […]

    • The main obligations with 10 common pitfalls in construction projects
      March 26, 2016

      This publication goes through the main obligations that apply to non-Finnish subcontractors participating in the Finnish construction and industrial projects as well as shows some of the pitfalls where foreign companies may stumble when working in Finland. Please find the entire article under the Company section, or here.

    • Promolior supporting its clients on the Helsinki Airport construction site
      January 22, 2016

      The second phase of the Helsinki airport development including the construction of a new south wing passenger terminal began in January. Promolior is working as a local representative for the posted workers of some of the non-Finnish subcontractors participating in the construction from the beginning of this phase, and helps its clients to fulfill efficiently […]

    • Taxation and obligations of Russian companies participating in the Finnish construction projects
      December 1, 2015

      The publication discusses the taxation and other provisions that concern Russian based companies and employees in construction and installation projects of different types in Finland, considering the Finnish Income Tax Act, the Finnish-Russian tax treaty and other applicable legislation. Please find the entire article under the Company section, or here.

    • Contractor obligations during the construction of the Äänekoski bioproduct mill
      November 12, 2015

      The work on the construction site is under way. The current projects concern mostly mill infrastructure that does not involve large workforce but as the equipment installation will go ahead in the beginning of 2016, about 2,500 people are expected to be working on the construction site. While as many as 70 per cent of […]

    • Leased employees in the Finnish construction projects
      November 11, 2015

      The publication covers the main regulations and responsibilities of foreign leasing corporations, service recipient companies and leased employees considering taxation, legislation and tax treaties. Please find the entire article under the Company section, or here.

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