Patria is an international provider of defence, security and aviation life cycle support services, pilot training and technology solutions.
Patria provides its aerospace and military customers with equipment availability, continuous performance development as well as selected intelligence, surveillance and management system products and services. Patria Group consists of the parent company, Patria Oyj, and its subsidiaries.
Patria has several locations including Finland, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia and Spain. The net sales totaled EUR 627.1 million in 2022, and Patria employs over 3,000 professionals.
Patria is owned by the State of Finland (50.1%) and Norwegian Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS (49.9%). Patria owns 50% of Nammo, and together these three companies form a leading Nordic defence partnership.
Companies with Patria majority ownership
Millog is a strategic partner of the Finnish Defence Forces and provides defence materiel life cycle support to the Finnish Army and Navy in all readiness conditions. Millog's assignments include maintenance and materiel services for platforms and systems related to non-armoured and armoured vehicles, electronic systems as well as modifications and installations.
The company produces its services close to the customer at depot and garrison level, and supports when requested the Finnish Army’s materiel and procurement projects with the company’s expertise.
Millog Oy’s shareholders are Patria Oyj (61,8%) and Insta Group Oy (38,2%).
Milworks offers maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services of armoured and soft skin vehicles as well as other military equipment from several locations in Estonia. The company has a long relationship with the Estonian Defence Forces and has since 2014 provided life cycle management services for the Estonian fleet of Patria XA-180 and XA-188 armoured vehicles.
Milworks’ shareholders are Patria Oyj (60,0%) and SEBE AS (Part of Mootor Grupp) (40,0%).
Nammo is one of the world's leading providers of ammunition and rocket motors for both military and civilian customers. The company has 2400 employees across more than 30 sites and offices in 13 countries.
Nammo was founded in 1998, based on a merger of ammunition related parts of three major Nordic defence companies: Celsius AB, Patria Oyj, and Raufoss ASA.
Nammo’s shareholders are the Norwegian Government represented by the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries (50%) and Patria Oyj (50%).
Kongsberg Aviation Maintenance Services
Kongsberg Aviation Maintenance Services, a Kongsberg - Patria company, conducts advanced maintenance, repair and modification services for aircraft, helicopters, components and field equipment for the Norwegian Armed Forces and other military and civilian organizations. The company’s priorities include engine maintenance for the F-35 aircraft and for Norway's new AW101 search and rescue helicopters.
Kongsberg Aviation Maintenance Services has its main operating base at Kjeller and an operative unit at Rygge air station in Norway.
Kongsberg Aviation Maintenance Services’ shareholders are Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS (50.1%) and Patria Oyj (49.9%).