Socially responsible

Building the future by supporting the rising stars over the years

Donating to help the victims of natural disaster

As our customers have a continuous presence in Australia, the devastating fires destroying the natural habitat of local wildlife and causing human stress and damages, we wanted to follow the example of our customer Carnival Australia who donated a fair amount to salvage work via Australian Red Cross – because our customers’ customers and the preservation of nature where the ships of our customers sail, do matter to us too.

Rebuilding The Bahamas

After devastation, it is important to support the communities to rebuild. To support the efforts in The Bahamas, we have also made a donation to the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce as a small part to rebuilding The Bahamas after hurricane Dorian.

Supporting the arctic rescue operations

The arctic rescue helicopter Aslak is playing a key role in the security of a rural Northern Finland area, Lapland. By supporting the operation of the helicopter as well as the medical center, FCR Finland is ensuring people’s safety in the Northern areas.

World’s last wooden barque used for trade across the oceans

FCR Finland has dedicated itself to participating in sponsoring the renovation project of the precious museum ship. This major renovation project will last for two years and it will be carried out in cooperation with other companies in the Turku region and the renewed Ruissalo shipyard personnel. During the project, this beautiful museum ship will get for example new masts, rigging parts, and side planks. FCR Finland has already sponsored a new Jib boom for this beauty.

Fighting for the Finnish national championship

FCR Finland Motorsport, in sponsorship with FCR Finland, competes in the Finnish national motocross series with number one series position achieved by #163 Teemu Keljo. The team is making great progress towards the national championship title, with relentless passion and expertise in the sport.

Ambitious floorball team of youngsters.

Playing in the competitive division of Boys 2007 the team is packed with talented players, hungry to develop towards professionality. Building a strong foundation on training conditions, professional coaching, training environment and top class equipment, is essential for young players to grow to the top of the game.

Pushing German Floorball forward

Jesse Backman, Head Coach for DJK Holzbuttgen, second season as head coach in German Floorball Bundesliga, which is the highest level in German Floorball. Jay is leading his team in the Bundesliga but also making a difference in the junior sector of the sports club and pushing the sport towards the world class and Olympic level in floorball. Long term goal for Jay is to make coaching an International full-time job and FCR want to support him in this ambition.

A young tennis pro going international

Emma Virtanen is a tennis player whose ranking within Finnish U14 girls is the best possible, number 1. Long term target for Emma is to play tennis as a professional. Shorter term objectives are to climb up in European ranking in her age group and reach the peak of national women’s rank- ing. Tennis being an international sport and Emma being a Finnish young pro, it is natural that FCR wants to support her in her career.