Konekesko is a machinery trade company, focusing on the import, sale and after-sales service of construction, materials handling, environmental and agricultural machinery, trucks and buses, and recreational machinery. Konekesko operates in Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Konekesko’s largest business area is agricultural machinery. The main brands in Finland are Massey Ferguson tractors and Claas combine harvesters. In the Baltic countries, the selection also includes Claas tractors and a range of agricultural implements, the most important brands being Claas, Lemken, Hardi and Umega. Claas combine harvesters are market leaders in every Baltic country and Konekesko is now also the market leader for tractors in Latvia.
Konekesko’s sale of recreational machinery is based on close, long-term cooperation with Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd. Konekesko has the largest dealer network in Finland selling Yamaha motorcycles, mopeds, ATVs, snowmobiles, outboards, generators, PWCs and snowblowers.
Konekesko’s own boat brands are Yamarin, Yamarin Cross, Suvi and Palta. During the year, five new Yamarin and Suvi models were launched to the market. Konekesko also represents Zodiac and TG boats.
Yamaha launched several new motorcycle, snowmobile, ATV and outboard models during the year. Yamaha has been the market leader in outboards since 1977 and it also retained its position as the market leader for motorcycles in Finland. Yamarin increased its market share in registered boats.
Konekesko has a sales network of its own for construction, materials handling and environmental machinery in Finland and the Baltic countries. The best-known product brands are Kobelco, Kubota, Sennebogen, Weidemann, Grove and Still. In the Baltic countries, Konekesko also represents Ponsse forestry machinery and Dynapac asphalt rollers and pavers. After cooperation between CNH and Kobelco ended, Konekesko started as Kobelco’s first new importer in Europe.
In Finland, Konekesko is also responsible for the sales and after-sales service of MAN trucks, and MAN and Neoplan buses.