Handheld expands to Finland

The Handheld Group of companies expands their presence on the Finnish market by starting a new subsidiary; HHCS Handheld Finland Oy.

The office will be located in Lahti, Finland and the company will be led by industry veteran Juhani Salas with the objective to increase the market share for the group on the Finnish market. 

The Handheld group was founded in 1997 and focuses on delivering rugged mobile computers and handhelds to its partners with a focus on the European and Middle Eastern markets.

I am excited to be joining the Handheld Group and leading HHCS Handheld Finland Oy. I look forward to the challenge of building the existing partner network stronger and introducing the large number of new products that we have coming in the next couple of months. I have worked in the industry for a long time and the product line up and portfolio that we have in the Handheld group is by far the strongest I have ever seen, says Juhani Salas, Managing Director HHCS Handheld Finland Oy.

We are delighted to announce the opening of our new Finnish office. We are also very pleased that Juhani Salas joins us and will lead the company. We have seen a growing demand of our products on the Finnish market and we believe that with a local presence we can support our partner network even better, says Jerker Hellstrm, Managing Director HHCS Handheld Computer Specialists AB.


About the Handheld Group

HHCS Handheld Computer Specialists AB was founded in 1997 and are today one of Europe's leading suppliers of rugged computers for forestry, utility, military, transportation and logistics and other applications. Through its subsidiaries Handheld Europe AB and Handheld Scandinavia AB the group works with its partners to deliver complete mobile computing systems that meet the specific needs of the European and Middle Eastern markets. HHCS Handheld Finland Oy is a subsidiary of HHCS Handheld Computer Specialists AB a company specializing in rugged field computing solutions.

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