MEYER TURKU at a Glance

MEYER TURKU OY, family-owned by Meyer family, is one of the leading European shipbuilding companies. Turku Shipyard was founded in 1737 and, today, the managing partner of the company is Tim Meyer.

The company provides state-of-the-art technology solutions, advanced construction processes and cutting edge innovations for cruise operators and other ship owners. MEYER TURKU specializes in building cruise ships, car-passenger ferries and special vessels. Over the years the shipyard has built more than 1,300 new ships for customers around the world.

The subsidiaries of MEYER TURKU are Piikkio Works Oy, which is a Cabin Factory in Piikkiö, Shipbuilding Completion Oy, which provides turnkey solutions to public spaces in ships, and ENG´nD Oy, which is an engineering company offering services for shipbuilding and offshore.

Today, MEYER TURKU has over 2,000 employees and is a major employer in Southwest Finland but also throughout the maritime network in Finland. It is remarkable that, all combined, the Finnish maritime cluster employs over 30, 000 people. The cluster is a network of all actors involved in technology, education, training and manufacturing, formed around the maritime industries and shipping.