Simumak opens its doors to the Finnish market thanks to its alliance with Epic Group Oy

Autor:    Fecha:  11 September 2018

Epic Group Oy becomes the distributor in the Finnish market of Simumak’s simulation solutions.

Kalle Lahervo, Managing Director at Epic Group Oy and David Ropero, President at Simumak.

September 11th, 2018, Madrid. Simumak signs an alliance with Epic Group Oy, a Finnish company founded in 2013 and highly trained in the driver training centers sector with more than 64 driving schools throughout the country and a team of 130 employees.

With the intention of intensifying the experience in the customer’s learning process, Epic Group Oy has decided to distribute and to incorporate into their driver training centers advanced automotive simulation solutions designed and developed by the Spanish simulation company Simumak, part of everis Aerospace and Defense Group.

Epic Group Oy offers services for all types of driver’s licenses, from motorcycles to cars, trucks and trailers with the intention of helping thousands of students to become licensed drivers. It also offers training through short-term road safety courses, first aid courses, vocational training courses and conferences about occupational safety.

Thanks to the modifications in the Finnish local driving license law of July 1st, 2018 made possible a more effective use of simulators in driving schools.

With the introduction of our simulation solutions into its business model, Epic Group Oy expects to become the most competitive organization with automotive simulator in the Finnish market, providing this device and service to local driving schools in Finland.

“We did a comparative evaluation of most of the simulator manufacturers in Europe and found that Simumak has the product and company with the greatest potential for our needs and the driving school scene in Finland.” Kalle Lahervo, Managing Director at Epic Group Oy.

Thanks to this alliance with the Finnish company, Simumak opens its doors to northern Europe where it intends to boost its business and to open up to the Scandinavian market.