Sponsoring the “Turvassa Tiellä” road safety campaign
The “Turvassa Tiellä” campaign aims to influence young drivers by nurturing the understanding, knowledge and skill that are ultimately learnt at the wheel of a car.
Our tradition of giving back to our communities goes back to the early 1900s when our company built housing for the personnel. We affect our local communities in many ways: In Nokia, Finland we are one of the major employers. In Russia, we have built housing for our personnel. The taxes that we pay support the well-being of people in different countries. We are also actively involved in making road traffic safer. We believe that even small actions matter. Read interesting stories, campaigns and achievements of our own everyday heroes.
In Nokia, we are one of the major employers. In Russia, we built housing for our personnel. We pay taxes that support the well-being of people in several countries. We are also actively involved in making road traffic safer.
Vianor employees' teamwork skills and competence are put to the test in the Pitcrew Challenge, which is one of the many ways to improve the competence and the customer service.
The Hakkapeliitta of the Year award is one of the ways of showing appreciation and rewarding persons whose actions and example contribute to the work environment.
The Hakkapeliitta Village has become a close-knit community where the residents are very satisfied with the high standard of living, day-care services, and the safe surroundings.
The traffic books help children to understand traffic better and to learn the rules of the road.
We decided to surprise several children in the Tampere Region by giving the bicycles out under the Save the Children Finland’s Sporttikummi programme.
The Leningrad Oblast decided to support families with more than seven children by donating 40 multi-purpose vehicles to them. We decided to donate safe and eco-friendly tyres.
In addition to our in-house and partner projects, we work with educational institutions in projects that benefit the students as well as the company.