Nanofoot Finland Oy 2017-05-29T14:21:48+00:00

On a mission to reshape diode laser quality control industry

NF delivers true challenge-solving solutions from individual devices to complete testing lines, guaranteeing smooth processes with maintenance, support and training available when needed. We supply for every step from start to finish, helping our clients to cultivate growth.

We believe this can be made possible with communication, collaboration and most importantly – with trust.

Our passion is to be customer’s first choice.

Nanofoot Finland Oy – With You Every Step

Since its establishment in 2006, Nanofoot Finland Oy has become one of the leading solution suppliers in the field of diode laser testing and quality control. The company was founded in the heart of the ‘Photonics Valley’, Tampere, Finland where our premises are still located. Like several other laser industry companies, NF too was originally a spin-off from Optoelectronics Research Center of Tampere University of Technology.

 

In the early days, NF ‘s business objective was widely spread in different photonics areas. Back in 2009 a major strategic decision was made in order to set the business focus in diode laser testing solutions. Thanks to that decision, today NF is one of the few global state-of-the-art suppliers for high power diode laser burn-in/lifetime testing and characterization.

Management Team

Today NF employs 20 highly committed and enthusiastic specialists. The team is  led by experienced laser industry professionals, CEO Jari Sillanpää and CTO Dr. Jouni Gustafsson who have together more than 40 years of solid experience from the laser industry. Petteri Österlund, sales & marketing, and Hannu Harju, operations, complete the management team.

Jari Sillanpää

CEO

Jari Sillanpää
Jouni Gustafsson

CTO

Jouni Gustafsson
Petteri Österlund

Director, Sales & Marketing

Petteri Österlund
Hannu Harju

Manager, Operations

Hannu Harju
Esa Saarinen

Manager, After Sales Services

Esa Saarinen

E-mail addresses are firstname.lastname@nanofoot.fi.

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