Launched to greet the spring, the new Patio Verso and Saaristo Laituriöljy oils were specially developed for Finland's changeable weather conditions.
President and CEO Elisa Markula will go through the priorities on which she will focus first. These include improving efficiency, increasing revenue organically, and building leadership and unified corporate culture.
On the basis of our new strategy, we have defined our corporate story and published a company video that highlights what we stand for, our mission and customer promise: Nordic quality from start to finish. Our company description, Tikkurila story, reflects our Nordic roots and emphasizes our sustainable solutions, solid competence in surface treatment and dedicated professionals.
Danish trend analyst Nina Bruun's monthly color collage is all about pink. The co-operation with the award-winning trend analyst enriches Tikkurila Group's pioneering role as a unique color expert. Her visual mood boards consist of topical and interesting surfaces, completed with Tikkurila and Beckers color codes.
Climate change is one of the global megatrends that guides our operations at Tikkurila, and we want to mitigate climate change and its impacts in our operations and through our products.
The ceiling panels and movable partition walls in the famous Palace restaurant at Eteläranta 10 in Helsinki were treated, respecting their cultural history value, with Tikkurila’s Dicco Color, Uvinol and Merit Blond products to give a durable and beautiful finish.
Danish trend analyst Nina Bruun continues her partnership with Tikkurila Group on a more regular basis. She will choose monthly color collages for Tikkurila and Beckers, both paving the way in the design world and enriching our pioneering role as a unique color expert.
We traveled to Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair and mapped out the new colors to watch out for. Earthy reds still feel fresh but are now contested by brighter hues, shades of untreated wood and surprising up-and-coming colors, such as baby blue. The era of rich surfaces continues but there is a clear shift towards bolder combinations.
Tikkurila Oyj is one of the official partners of the Finland 100 centenary. Tikkurila recently honored the anniversary by donating murals to four Finnish cities to enrich and brighten up the living environment.
One in three Finns live in gray house 26.09.2017
Tikkurila honored the 100th anniversary of Finland’s independence by inviting the public to help build the biggest color chart in the country’s history. More than 4,000 Finns added the color of their house to the chart between April and August. The analysis of the database revealed that one in three Finns live in a gray house.
The 2017 World Expo is held in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, between June 10 and September 10, 2017. The theme of the expo is "Future Energy" - promotion of sustainable energy and sustainable design.
Development of high-quality exterior products results in the long life-cycle of exterior surfaces and decreased environmental impact. Climate conditions set a variety of requirements for products that must function both in heat and frost, rain and sun.
Already for generations, sustainability has been a key requirement in viticulture and oenology. High quality winemaking is also setting strict sustainability requirements – especially for wine cellars.
The planning and development of paint and surface treatment products is carried out by young, promising researchers who create products that are a more responsible choice every day.
Tikkurila’s research, development and innovation move with the megatrends. In the next 30 years, we will see renewable raw materials enter the field due to a scarcity of resources, diminishing natural resources, and climate change. With new kinds of paint components, the carbon footprint of paint can be halved.
Tikkurila’s cooperation partner Emballator Lagan Plast is constantly working on ways to cut down loss and waste generated from production and supply chain to improve the sustainability of the paint packaging.
Seeing the world with the eyes of a child 05.12.2016
"Stop for a moment in the middle of your busy routines and try to look at the surrounding world through the eyes of a child. Can you see all the different colors?"
Tikkurila China is piloting a new solution for consumers to choose their favorite colors in a creative way. The Virtual Reality (VR) system is a technology providing a new way to experience and decorate apartments.
Every painter knows that after a painting project there is quite often some paint left over. The usual way is to store it for the next painting project. Instead of storing the paint at home or disposing it, one very kind and socially responsible way is to utilize the consumers' leftover paints in various community projects.
Beautiful murals were painted with Tikkurila's paints in seven cities in Finland.