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Nokian Tyres in brief

Nokian Tyres is the world’s northernmost tyre manufacturer that offers peace of mind in all conditions. Our know-how stems from our Scandinavian roots and values. Sustainable safety and eco-friendliness across the entire life cycle are the goals for our passenger car tyres, truck tyres and heavy tyres. Our group also includes the Vianor chain, specialising in vehicle maintenance and tyre services.

In 2017, the company’s turnover was approximately EUR 1.6 billion and it employed some 4,600 people. Nokian Tyres is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki.

Business areas

We develop and manufacture high-quality tyres for passenger cars, vans and trucks. We are especially well known for our innovative winter tyres, while we are also developing competitive summer and all-season tyre ranges. As one of the world's leading manufacturers of heavy special tyres, we focus on selected segments, such as forest, agricultural, harbour and mining machinery. Our group also includes the Vianor chain, specialising in vehicle maintenance and tyre services.

Passenger car tyres 
Heavy tyres 
Vianor

Market areas

Nokian Tyres is a strong brand especially in the Nordic countries and Russia, while Central Europe and North America are growth markets for us. Our innovative and pioneering products, high-quality services and strong distribution network help us increase our market share in growth regions. In the long term, we want to operate on all significant winter tyre markets.

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Production

Key products are produced in our factories in Nokia, Finland and in Vsevolozhsk, Russia. Certain products are produced by off-take contract manufacturers in factories where the quality level corresponds to Nokian Tyres’ high standards.

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History of Nokian Tyres

Since the beginning, Nokian Tyres has called North its home

Nokian Tyres plc was founded in 1988 and the company’s roots go back all the way to 1898, when Suomen Gummitehdas Oy, or Finnish Rubber Factory, was established. 

History of Nokian Tyres