Tikkurila is a strong regional player which focuses on the Nordic countries and Eastern Europe. Tikkurila focuses on higher price and quality grade paints, which are manufactured in 11 production units in eight countries. Tikkurila’s customers comprise consumers and professionals. A significant portion of the Group’s revenue is generated by the sales of decorative paints. Furthermore, Tikkurila serves customers in the wood and metal industries. Tikkurila’s operations are largely based on consumer business as well as on renovation and repair, which greatly reduces the company’s sensitivity to economic
fluctuations. Tikkurila was established in 1862, and it has been listed on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki since 2010. HTML Annual Report 2012Tikkurila Annual Report 2012
Tikkurila wants to influence the well-being of people by inspiring them to beautify their living environments. The new color collections are based on trends taking place around the world. by observing the world around us – art, books, magazines, architecture, life on the streets, different cultures – we create new inspiring color collections. nature and culture guide our conceptions of which colors speak to people. environmental awareness is a current megatrend, generating a number of narrower trends such as repainting recycled materials and preferring light, natural and earthy colors and surface treatments. HTML Annual Report 2011Tikkurila's Annual Report 2011
Tikkurila Annual Report 2010
According to Tikkurila’s vision, Tikkurila inspires people to color their lives and encourages them to use their creativity and imagination. Tikkurila wants to be more than a traditional paints and coatings company.
Tikkurila was listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki in March 2010. The company’s history dates back to 1862. HTML Annual Report 2010Tikkurila's Annual Report 2010