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Arnon invests in international growth - standards provide a solid foundation

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Janne Martin brings lean thinking to Arnon

Janne Martin, M.Sc. (Eng.) in Power Electronics, has been appointed Chief Operating Officer of Arnon Oy, a Tampere-based provider of electrical, automation, and cloud services, as of 15 October 2021.

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Summer at ARNON

We asked our summer intern, Juhani, a few questions about his summer at ARNON. Juhani also gave some stellar tips for future summer workers!

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The behavioural scientist who became an engineer

Nina Wali, 37, personifies the hope for Swedish industry. She changed her path in life, defied the norms and is now raising her voice for more women to follow suit. “The industry has a huge need for skills which do already exist. It’s really just about seeing the possibilities from both sides.”

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Pro at Work - Toni Peltomaa

Toni is a true professional when it comes to power quality and power factor correction. TKFs customers are mainly in construction, industry, and power grid companies. TKF also serves ARNON’s key accounts.

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Recruitment Brings the Growth Strategy to Life

ARNON’s growth strategy impacts HR Director Anni-Maria Kauppila’s everyday life in a tangible manner: new applications are constantly popping up in the recruitment system, and the days are filled with application reviews, interviews, and orientations.

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Pro At Work - Mirva Vuosjoki

Mirva’s expertise and experience in procurement and purchasing are unparalleled. She has a long career in the field and brings adamant professionalism to her team here at ARNON.

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Pro At Work - Viivi Välimäki

”I believe that having a positive, enthusiastic mindset and doing your job joyfully help you to achieve anything you want.”

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Occupational safety at Arnon: Approaching world’s forefront

Arnon Oy has been awarded level II classification of the Vision Zero Forum, Nolla tapaturmaa -foorumi, for the year 2020. The classification is based on, among other things, the number of accidents at work, investigations and absences due to accidents at work, procedures for reporting safety observations and near misses.

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