Finnish patent and trademark agency Papula-Nevinpat has acquired Forssén & Salomaa

22.3.2011
Papula-Nevinpat to further strengthen its strong position as one of the leading patent and trademark agencies in Finland

Papula-Nevinpat has acquired Forssén & Salomaa, a Finnish patent agency established in 1949. The company has served its customers globally in all intellectual property rights. All operations of Forssén & Salomaa will be acquired by Papula-Nevinpat. Forssén & Salomaa will continue its business operations under the name of Forssén & Salomaa at least until the end of 2011.

“The legislative changes will make competition tighter in Finland. The company acquisition strengthens our position, also on international markets”, says Mr Markku Simmelvuo, Papula-Nevinpat’s Managing Director.

Forssén & Salomaa is a middle-sized company in the IPR field operating in Finland. Long experience and established processes have contributed to a good base for excellent customer service. The company has also strived to develop its processes and is well on its way to becoming a paperless office.
Papula-Nevinpat
Papula-Nevinpat is a globally recognized patent, trademark and design agency. In addition to our Finland-based global operations, Papula-Nevinpat has a strong foothold in the Eurasian territory with local offices in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. Our attorneys will help you secure your exclusive rights anywhere in the world.

www.papula-nevinpat.com
Media enquiries:

Papula-Nevinpat
Markku Simmelvuo, Managing Director
Tel. +358 40 545 4484

Papula-Nevinpat
Marika Kojo, Communications Manager
Tel. +358 400 816 384

 

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