Arctic Machine Oy is part of the globally active Aebi Schmidt Group. The Aebi Schmidt Group is a global leader of smart product systems and services for the treatment of mission-critical infrastructural and agricultural areas. The Group is headquartered in Switzerland and employs around 2,000 people. As our own "Arctic" brand, the brands represented in the group all look back on many years of experience, in some cases even over 100 years.

Arctic brand is specialized in full equipped road maintenance trucks and tractors for high-speed road maintenance in professional use, and control systems combined with intelligent traffic system services. In addition to road and street maintenance applications, Arctic also has solutions for airports and railways.

Seasonal products are ploughs, spreaders, washers and sweepers. Components present highest protection class and extended operating temperature range, which allows to use them even in Polar conditions. Arctic provides also digitalization and automatization solutions as traffic management system and operations management systems based on Infotripla cloud and analytic services. We have our own control systems and software as well as data collection system with map and report applications.

Internationally Arctic

Nowadays we have 2 factories in Finland. The company headquarter is located in Jyväskylä, Finland. 70% of the company's products are annually exported to the countries of Scandinavia, the Baltic states, the CIS and Iceland. In all these countries we take leading positions in deliveries of most modern Road Maintenance Trucks every year.

The turnover of the Group is nearly €22 million and we employ approximately 75 persons. We continuously focus on the development of both our own competence and products and all our operations observe the ISO 9001:2015 quality certificate.

In addition to delivery of machines we are organizing seminars and trainings for road maintenance specialists, training of drivers at new equipments, and also give consultancy in comparison of traditional maintenance methods towards most modern ones, including economical proof of new technologies and equipment.