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Adapteo Group appoints new managing director for Adapteo Finland
Adapteo Group, the leading provider of adaptable buildings in Northern Europe, announces the appointment of Tuomas Vaalto as new managing director to oversee its operations in Finland.
Tuomas brings with him a wealth of experience from leading positions in various industries, most recently serving as the Unit Director at Mehiläinen Oy. Before that, Tuomas had occupied multiple senior managerial roles at Coor Service Management.
“Finland is a crucial market for Adapteo, and we recognize the potential for further growth and expansion in the region. With Tuomas' commercial mindset and proven ability to lead and develop successful teams, we are confident in his ability to take the Finnish organization through its next development phase”, said Teemu Saarela, Chief Operating Officer at Adapteo Group.
Tuomas Vaalto will lead Adapteo's growth within the region and further strengthen its position as a driving force towards a more flexible and sustainable society.
“Both private and public actors have an increasing need for flexible buildings to meet changing demands for buildings and premises. At Adapteo, we offer unique innovative solutions, such as the Smart School, combined with a circular business model, which positions us well to expand our market share in Finland. I am honored to be part of this journey." said Tuomas Vaalto.
Tuomas Vaalto assumed his new role 18 April. He will be reporting directly to Teemu Saarela, Chief Operating Officer at Adapteo Group.
Adapteo is the leading adaptable space partner in Northern Europe. We develop, build, rent out and sell adaptable buildings for schools, daycares, care centres, offices, and accommodation. With our modular and circular building solutions, our customers can transform, repurpose, scale up and scale down based on their changing needs. That is how we build adaptable and sustainable societies. Adapteo has a building portfolio of 1.4 million square metres and operates in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Lithuania. A majority of our revenues is generated by rental contracts from the public sector.