History

2018


Kusinkapital invested in Hoivatilat Oyj, through 2Care Capital Ab, that was founded together with Konstsamfundet.

2017


Kusinkapital invests in Portus housing project in Verkkosaari, Helsinki
Kusinkapital makes an additional investment to Hartwall Capital
Kusinkapital sold Stockmann

2016


Kusinkapital makes an additional investment to Hartwall Capital
Kusinkapital sold Konecranes

2015


Kusinkapital sold Opera passage.

2014


Kusinkapital invests in Tunturinlaita housing project in Levi.
Kusinkapital invests in Tuottoasunnot housing development.
Kusinkapital sold Detskaya.

2013


Kusinkapital sold Cramo.

2012


Kusinkapital invests in Hartwall capital.

2011


Kusinkapital invests in Detskaya high-end housing development in Vasilievsky Island in St. Petersburg.

2010


Kusinkapital invests in Leopolis luxury boutique hotel in Lviv, Ukraine.
Kusinkapital invests in Inkerman in Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine.
Kusinkapital invests in Konecranes.

2009


Kusinkapital invests in Opera Passage luxury-shopping gallery in Lviv, Ukraine.
Kusinkapital invests in Stockmann.
Kusinkapital Invests in Cramo.
Kusinkapital invests in Ultivista, a medium-size real estate investor and provider of building services.

2008


Paul Hartwall is appointed as the CEO of Kusinkapital.
Heineken and Carlsberg acquire Scottish & Newcastle. The Finnish operations of Hartwall become part of Heineken N.V. as of 29 April 2008.

2004


First investment is made in Karelia-Upofloor.
Kusinkapital is founded.
Kusinkapitals owners is one branch of the broader Hartwall family. It’s operations have been financed by its owners.

2002


Finnish Hartwall Ltd. and UK based Scottish&Newcastle merge. The Hartwall share is de-listed from the Helsinki stock exchange.

1994


Hartwall Ltd. is listed on the Helsinki stock exchange on 1 July 1994.

1991


Baltic Beverage Holding (BBH) is established as a joint venture with the Swedish group Pripps Bryggeriet.
The first brewery to be acquired is Estonian Saku brewery, acquired in 1991.

1836


On 2 February 1836, the Senate authorises Victor Hartwall, PhD, to produce and bottle hot and cold mineral waters. Hartwall then sets up the first mineral water plant in the Nordic countries. Operations start in the Sederholm House by Senaatintori Square in Helsinki.