Introducing: Millog Marine & Power

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On 1 September, three marine industry companies, all owned by Millog Oy, merged together. Oy Western Shipyard Limited (WSY), Laivakone Oy and Hämeen Diesel Oy came together to form Millog Marine & Power.

Millog Oy is known as a long-standing partner of the Finnish Defense Forces. Millog purchased WSY in 2020, and kept adding important assets after that, too: Millog also acquired Laivakone Oy (2021) and Hämeen Diesel (2022) to diversify its expertise in all things marine.


Janne Sirviö, Managing Director of Millog Marine & Power, says that the new company can deliver diverse docking services – including surface treatment and engine overhaul as well as steel, electric and plumbing works. Teijo shipyard, located on the west coast of Finland, also performs repair and conversion projects.

“Our repair services include work planning, ship system installation works and project co-ordination,” says Sirviö.

The new company can also service large, mid-size and small ship engines.

“We have a very wide offering and can provide full service for the customers,” Sirviö says, adding that the new company seeks to be a reliable and flexible partner for its clients.


One stop shop

It is clear that Millog Marine & Power aims to be a solid “one stop shop” for its customers. Janne Sirviö believes in deepening and widening of the new company’s maintenance and repair services.

“Securing great maintenance for ships is clearly growing in importance,” says Sirviö, adding that mobile and harbour services are also going strong.

In addition to navy vessels, Millog Marine & Power is also able to serve merchant fleets and can build, for example, various floating structures. In fact, the Finnish icebreaker company Arctia Shipping Ltd received a floating platform for its headquarters due to this expertise.

“Presently, there are many emerging opportunities in floating solutions,” confirms Sirviö.

With a long track record in the industry, Sirviö is excited to be leading Millog Marine & Power into the future.


“The fleets keep evolving in various ways, so it’s up to us to keep up with the trends and respond to the changing demands,” he says.

“For example, as fuels and engines shift to more sustainable alternatives, we must train our personnel to handle new technologies.”

Text by: Sami J. Anteroinen

For more information: millog.fi

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