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Rinnekoti Foundation outsources its property maintenance operations to Are

 

Press release 29 September 2017 at 8:30am

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Are Oy and the Rinnekoti Foundation have signed an agreement on the maintenance operations of residential, care and other properties managed by the foundation. Along with the agreement, valid from October 1, nine Rinnekoti employees will be transferred to Are’s payroll. 

“The cooperation with the Rinnekoti Foundation increases our share in the care property sector remarkably. It is great that the agreement provides us with new professionals who are well acquainted with the foundation’s properties and methods of operation,” says Janne Kokkonen, Unit Manager at Are.

“We at Rinnekoti are glad to see the cooperation starting. Transferring the Rinnekoti professionals to Are’s services benefits us as well. They are familiar with our properties and requirements, but they also bring new expertise from their experience at a larger employer. We expect high quality and reliable maintenance services from our cooperation”, says Lea Nevalainen, Director of Administration at Rinnekoti.

More information: 

Are Oy

Janne Kokkonen, janne.kokkonen@are.fi, +358 40 300 6828

Rinnekoti Foundation

Lea Nevalainen, Director of Administration, lea.nevalainen@rinnekoti.fi, +358 50 3250 656

Are is the largest technical building services company in Finland. Our technical building contracting and property maintenance services guarantee energy efficiency and a comfortable indoor climate throughout the entire life cycle of the building.

We focus on intelligent technical maintenance and our Are Sensus low-energy system in particular. Established more than 100 years ago, the Are Group employs approximately 2,800 people. We serve our customers in 25 locations in Finland as well as in St Petersburg, Russia. More information: www.are.fi/en.

 

 

 

 

 

Rinnekoti is the oldest and largest private company that provides providing services for persons with intellectual disabilities in Finland. Rinnekoti celebrates its 90th anniversary in 2017. It started its activity along with the Helsinki Deaconess Institute in 1927.

 

Rinnekoti is a social enterprise and the sixth-largest operator in the health and care sector in Finland. Rinnekoti offers services to people of all ages who require special support due to a disability, long-term illness or another reason and their families and next of kin. Their list of clients includes parties that have purchased their services, such as municipalities.
Rinnekoti offers living, healthcare, rehabilitation, employment and social inclusion services. These services are used by about approximately 3,500 clients in 60 municipalities. Rinnekoti’s net sales in 2016 were was EUR 74 million. Rinnekoti employs about approximately 1,500 professionals daily, mainly in the Uusimaa region. Rinnekoti’s guiding values of work are good life, professionalism and personal support. More information:
www.rinnekoti.fi.

 

 

 

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