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Mobile facilities on a lease

It is not always possible to predict the usage needs of buildings over a long period of time. Innorent Oy provides a solution for temporary space needs. The company builds, rents out and supplies its customers with movable facilities that can be used as sports halls, shops or industrial halls, among other things.

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Problem

A lot of resources and money are used to construct buildings that last decades. However, it is not always possible to predict the use of the building very far into the future. For example, societal changes such as migration affect the need to use buildings. Buildings may also remain empty because they no longer meet the requirements for living. Empty buildings consume resources and take up city space needlessly.

Solution: movable facilities based on a rental agreement

Innorent builds, rents out and supplies to its customers movable facilities to be used as sports halls, shops or industrial halls, among other things. The facilities have steel frames and their joints and automated systems enable them to be easily dismantled and moved. If the customer wishes, the facilities can be used for years, and the possibilities in terms of usage are not greatly different from those provided by permanent buildings.

Revenue logic and benefits to Innorent

Innorent’s business operations are based on renting out and leasing movable facilities. The company builds the facilities and the customer pays rent for using them. After the agreement has ended, the company can use the space solution somewhere else. The facilities can be used for a variety of purposes, which makes it easier to rent them again.

Benefits to customers and end users

With Innorent, the customer does not need to own or build the required facilities or wonder about their further use and/or sale after the need for them has ended. In addition, the customer does not need to build new facilities in a situation where the need for the facilities is likely to be only for the short term. The solution enables local authorities, for example, to provide services that would otherwise not be possible because of risks related to construction.

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