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GS1 Finland

We believe that tomorrow will be better when the consumer can make their choices based on the information they get about the products. Correct and reliable information behind the standards is the key to a more responsible and cooperative world. To a world that creates new opportunities from information and its benefits. This is what we contribute to with our work at GS1 Finland, without choosing a side.
Country organisations
in Finland
Operations started
in Finland

We are a service organization of about 25 experts supporting the success of Finnish companies. We offer global standards, digital services and know-how that bring efficiency and ease to, for example, the management and sharing of product-related information in supply chains. Our customers are appr. 7 300 companies, from small entrepreneurs to the largest companies in Finland.

Our services, which are based on global GS1 standards, are widely used in the trade industry, and our standards are also used in e.g. in the identification of medicines and healthcare equipment and in logistics. More than 2 million organisations around the world use GS1’s standardisation solutions, and every day, the GS1 identifiers are included in recording and transmitting more than 6 billion trade transactions.


International, open and impartial

As part of the GS1 network of 116 countries, we are involved in international standards development work and bring its results and solutions to the benefit of Finnish companies. As an open and impartial operator, we can offer our client companies a neutral platform to network and develop their own industries in cooperation.


Strong industry experience in the background

GS1 Finland Oy is a company owned by the Finnish Food and Drink Industries’ Federation, Finnish Grocery Trade Association and Finnish Chambers of Commerce. Our CEO is Jukka Kehusmaa and the board consists of Heli Tammivuori (chairman, ETL), Kari Luoto (PTY), Taneli Mero (Valio), Marko Bergholm (Fazer) and Stina Wikberg (Finnish Chambers of Commerce).

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