Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency

Digitization of analogue archival material and further processing of digital material according to the requirements of the National Archives of Finland. 576 shelf meters of document material and over 200,000 large-sized drawings or maps, some of which are in poor condition and fragile material.

City of Mikkeli

Digitization and metadata processing of the building permit archive of the building control authority of the city of Mikkeli, approximately 600 shelf meters.

Joint municipal authority of the Hospital District of South Ostrobothnia

Digitization of old sensitive patient documents and further processing of material, 320 shelf meters, approx. 3,5 million images.

Parliament of Finland library, archive

Micro-filming and scanning of committee documents and micro-filming of the voting lists of plenary sessions and the minutes of the Chancellery Commission.

City of Turku

Scanning of building permit drawings and further processing of material.

The Institute for the Languages of Finland, name archive
Storing of metadata from place-name card files, totalling approximately 2.7 million card files.

Group Administration of the City of Jyväskylä

Digitization of paper material in the City Archives and further processing of the material. Including handwritten minutes from the 18th century in poor condition.

Koneviesti magazine

Digitization of old annual volumes of Koneviesti magazine into digital editions.

Central Museum of Natural History
Digitization of the ringing center’s documents and letters of discovery. Bindings and loose forms of different ages and conditions.

Society of Swedish Literature in Finland 

Digitization of archive collections belonging to the Finnish Swedish cultural heritage, including letters, manuscripts, photographs, and books.

Vasabladet, Österbotten Tidning, Syd-Österbotten

Scanning of Swedish-language newspapers of Coastal Ostrobothnia  in the late 1970s from microfilmed low-quality microfilm rolls  to this day, about one million film frames.

Industrial and production facilities

Microfilming and digitization of technical production drawings since 1980.


Microfilming, digitization and metadata storage of church books and family journals. Materials from more than 360 parishes, tens of millions of images.