Kapuli Business Park

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Kapuli Business Park for Logistics, Mäntsälä

Kapuli Business Park is just a stone’s throw away from the Mäntsälä center, and only 45 minutes from Helsinki-Vantaa International Airport by road. Our energy company, Nivos, helps you with the energy and broadband related matters. Cool climate and reusable excess heat helps in keeping the data center costs down. Excess heat from cooling is transmitted for heating houses in Mäntsälä.

The location of Mäntsälä

Many companies have chosen Mäntsälä for their logistics:

Tokmanni Group has already chosen Mäntsälä as the location for its head office and logistics center.
Comforta offers textile services to hotels and the health care field.
Ball Beverage Packaging Mäntsälä started can production in Mäntsälä in January 2013.

The location of the Kapuli Business Park is tailor-made for the logistical needs of a company: Mäntsälä is connected to major cities through highways, a nearby airport, and ports.

By investing in Mäntsälä, you'll have access to valuable highway connections: The Nelostie highway (E75) takes you to Lahti in 35 minutes, Helsinki in 40 minutes. The ring road V will have you in Porvoo in 35 minutes and Hyvinkää in 20 minutes.

Aerial view of the Kapuli Business Park and the passing highway

There are multiple ways to do maritime transport from Mäntsälä: The port of Vuosaari is only 40 minutes away, Kotka-Hamina 90 minutes away, and the port of Hanko is two and a half an hour away.

Finally, the Helsinki-Vantaa airport is only 45 minutes away from Mäntsälä by road. Furthermore, a recently built railroad connection will get you to the airport even faster. 

Size is no issue for the Kapuli Business Park, as this year the amount of zoned area has been increased by 28 hectares, and now the park has 36 hectares of zoned area in total.

Tokmanni, Yandex, Ball and Comforta - amongst many others - have already invested in Mäntsälä. So contact us - We are ready!

See available plots or find out more about Kapuli:

Site and Building Quota

Aerial view of Kapuli Business Park

Site area is 3 - 30 hectares, the buildable area is 2 – 20 hectares.

Shape and topography:

  • Kapuli IIc: already leveled and ready to build. Soil condition: broken rocks.
  • Kapuli III: will be leveled beforehand. Soil condition: broken rocks, moraine.

Municipality of Mäntsälä owns approximately 100 hectares of land at the Kapuli Industrial Area.

Approximately 38 hectares of the area has been zoned so far. The rest of the area will also be zoned as an industrial and logistics area in the next few years.

In addition, there are plans for a road connecting Sälinkääntie road to Kehä V; this connection will go across the area.

The lot to be sold (unseparated parcels of land) are owned by the municipality, and the construction of buildings for industrial and logistics purposes is allowed under the current city plan, as is the case already with the headquarters and logistics centre of Tokmanni retail store chain (71 700 square metres) and a private investor's hall (4000 square metres).

In practice, a water pipe and a sewer have already been constructed reaching the border of the lot, and there is also a natural gas pipeline nearby.

Moreover, district heating is available from the neighbours.

At its natural state, the lot was forested land with bedrock outcrops, the soil was levelled in 2008-2009 to the present height using soil excavated from the area.

See available plots

Aerial view of Kapuli Business Park

Planning & Permitting

Zoning and readiness for construction: Detailed city planning is in progress.

Permits: Ordinary building permits, other permits depend on the activities and are regulated by mostly environmental laws

The building permit process and planning work in Mäntsälä (.pdf)

Energy

Kapuli Business Park enjoys electric power supplies of first-rate dependability, with sufficient capacity ensured through the connection of Nivos Oy (local energy company)  at two key points in the Finnish national grid. This means that the Business Park can draw a guaranteed 1-50 MW of electrical power from three electricity stations through either of two power lines. In Finland, you can seek best bids for the electricity.

Nivos has begun designing a new, third 110 kV power transmission line directly from the Hikiä generating plant to the substation at Kapuli Business Park. The new line will further improve the dependability of electric power supplies to data centres in the Kapuli area. It is estimated that the new transmission line will be completed in 2017, whereupon Kapuli will be served by three independent 110 kV power cables from two (three) separate connection points on the national grid. The construction work will also duplicate the outgoing transmission line connection at Hikiä to supply two separate substations. Each of the three 110 kV transmission lines will be capable of supplying about 150 MW of electric power to Mäntsälä.

There will be no minimum connection limit for the Nivos 110 kV regional network, so a new operating point beginning at low peak power may be connected to the regional network by bilateral agreement. This will give you flexibility in timing investments, and the freedom to develop your operations without the constraints of a connection limit.

The price of district heating has decreased by 5% in 2016.

You can see the prices of electricity and water connection at our Plots page by clicking the plot you are interested in: http://www.yrityskehitys.net/plots

Excess Heat

Any excess heat from operations such as cooling may be transmitted for further use. Our proposal for your cooling solution is customized district-cooling. This would lower your investment cost as well as cost of energy.

If you choose Mäntsälä to be the site for your data center we can build a facility that would produce both heat and cooling using heat pump technology.

Case: Yandex Data Center

Nivos has launched a heat recovery plant and the heat transfer to the district heating network. The heat recovery is carried out in cooperation with Yandex data center. Yandex data parlors generate heat, which is collected and directed along the district heating network to the Mäntsälä households. Initially, the waste heat can be collected corresponding to the heating amount around a thousand houses. In this scale the project is the first one in the world.

Due to the collected waste heat carbon dioxide emissions are reduced by up to 40% in Nivos district heating. This is a significant achievement, as the case of district heating, it corresponds to the objective EU set for emission reductions in 2030. Heat recycling is good for the environment and in the long-term will also improve the competitiveness of district heating, because at the moment 50 % of the natural gas usage can be replaced by recycled heat. In case of data center extension recovery of the waste heat can be Increased, the ideal situation is that natural gas could be replaced by natural waste-heat in its entirety.

Employment in Finland

Accident and Pension Insurance

The employer has a statutory obligation to take out accident and pension insurance for the employees; the employees are also provided with group life assurance and unemployment insurance in connection with the statutory accident insurance. The employer must arrange for statutory occupational health care.

Tax and Social Security

The employer is responsible for paying any withheld taxes and social security contributions to the tax authorities, and for submitting annual notifications to the tax authorities, and the pension and accident insurance companies, with information on the wages and salaries paid to employees.

Terms and Conditions of Employment

Working hours.

Regular working hours are usually at most 8 daily hours and 40 weekly hours. In a two week period the working hours are not more than 80 hours and in a three week period 120 hours. The weekly hours may also be arranged in longer periods during which the average weekly hours do not exceed 40 hours. Working hours may be arranged by law or collective agreements alternatively, for example in two or three week periods.

Holidays.

An employee has a right to receive pay also for the time he/she is on annual holiday. Normally holiday leave accumulates 2 days (when employment has lasted less than 1 year) or 2 1/2 days for each holiday credit month. Normal wages are paid for the time an employee is on holiday.

Sick pay.

According to the law, an employee who is unable to work due to an illness or an accident is entitled to paid sick leave. Wages are paid for the day when the illness started and for the working days. If the employment relationship at the start of the disability has lasted for at least one month, the employee will be paid full wages for the said period. If the employment relationship has lasted for a period shorter than one month, half of the wages will be paid for the same period.

Parental leave.

Parental leave lasts 158 working days taken during pregnancy or in the period following birth. It is extended by 60 working days per child in the case of multiple births. During the parental leave, Kela (The Social Insurance Institution of Finland) pays parental allowance. Both parents can take the parental leave in up to two separate periods of at least 12 working days each.

A typical breakdown of payments made by the employer for an employee, with a salary of EUR 3100 in 2015, EUR/month
(Source: Federation of Finnish Enterprises)
PaymentAmount
Salary 3,100.00
Earnings-related pension insurance contribution (19.00% on av. for employer) 589.00
Employers’ social insurance contribution (2.08%) 64.48
Unemployment insurance (av. 0.8% for employer) 24.80
Total employer costs 3,778.28

Our Strengths

  • Educated labor force available.
  • Excellent commuting options
  • A single owner for energy, water and site (Municipality of Mäntsälä),
  • Experience what datacenter needs (Yandex 2013).
  • Locations near capital city Helsinki and airport.
  • With a population of over 20,000, Mäntsälä is a thriving municipality in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area.
  • Mäntsälä is located at the junction of highway no. 4 and the Kehä V Helsinki ring road. In other words, it is the crossroads of the road from Hanko to Porvoo, just a VT40-kilometer drive from the Finnish capital.
  • Mäntsälä is only 40 minutes from Helsinki by Z-train and 20 minutes from Lahti.
  • The population is young, and many families with young children have made their home here. A wide range of services and leisure activities, beautiful countryside and excellent transport links attract new residents. What more could you ask?
  • The search engine company Yandex selected Mäntsälä most of all for its excellent benefits in terms of location, secure energy supply and overall energy economy.
  • We have established contacts with construction companies, employment services, security companies etc.

Establishment support

Harri Kari and Jyrki Teeriaho

  • Help businesses relocate to Mäntsälä,
  • Sell commercial plots at attractive rates
  • Keep an up-to-date register of vacant private commercial and production premises and services
  • Help businesses looking for premises.
  • We also provide advice on starting, relocating or developing commercial operations
  • Our Tips and expert advice make it easier to run a business in Mäntsälä.
  • We co-operate closely with ABB and Schneider Electrics. We also have good relations with different building companies in Finland. We can help you with recruiting and the permission questions.
  • We provide you with information on how to set up and run a business in Finland, including rules and regulations, legal entities, employment matters, taxes and more.

Contact Us - We Are Ready

Mr. Harri Kari
+358 400 493 008
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