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Do you have what it takes to be one of the car plant heroes?

Join Finland’s largest work community!

Car Plant Heroes is a project that has seen our company grow at an exceptional speed. In 2017 and 2018, we have recruited some 3,000 new employees to work at the Uusikaupunki car plant. The largest group among the new hires consists of car builders in our production operations. We have also recruited hundreds of white collar employees. We are continuing to grow and we are also constantly looking for more personnel at our locations in Germany and Poland.

Thousands of good people around Finland

The Valmet Automotive factory is unique in Finland. With 4,500 employees, the factory is like a small town that never stops, not even at night. Finland’s largest workplace is home to a large and diverse group of good people of all ages, hailing from different regions of Finland and beyond. There are as many different backgrounds as there are employees. Check out the videos below for examples of the Heroes at the Automotive Factory and their stories!

Amir
Mechanic

”This workplace is great, the people are great and the town of Uusikaupunki is great.”

Amir, mechanic, at the factory for four years.

Erika
Paint shop worker

”Work is fun when you’re in a positive and supportive atmosphere.”

Erika, paint shop worker, at the factory for three years.

Pasi
Senior Vice President, Manufacturing

”We looked at this small town by the sea as a place full of advantages. Everything you need is nearby.”

Pasi, Senior Vice President, Manufacturing, at the factory for more than 20 years.

Seija-Riitta
Operator

”I wouldn’t dream of going back to my old job. I feel good here.”

Seija-Riitta,operator, at the factory for four years.

There’s more to life than just work

Find happiness in a town that is just the right size.

The production of world-class cars isn’t the only thing that makes Uusikaupunki a noteworthy place. You can spend an evening enjoying tapas in a unique restaurant located in an old stockhouse by the sea or go watch a film in Kuvala, a quaint cinema in an old wooden building.