Kesko operates in three divisions: the grocery trade, the building and technical trade, and the car trade.

Grocery trade

K Group is the second biggest grocery trade operator in Finland. Some 1,000 independent K-retailers ensure good customer experiences for the 1.2 million daily customers at K Group’s 1,200 grocery stores. Over 500 of the stores also offer online grocery sales. Our grocery store chains are K-Citymarket, K-Supermarket, K-Market and Neste K. We are the market leader in online grocery in Finland, and in 2021, online grocery sales via K-Ruoka grew by 14.2%. Kespro is the leading foodservice wholesale provider in Finland.

Building and technical trade

The building and technical trade division operates in 7 countries: Finland, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. In the Baltics and Belarus, building and home improvement trade operations are handled by the joint venture Kesko Senukai. The division has some 500 stores, with the chains Onninen, which serves technical wholesale customers, and K-Rauta, Byggmakker and K-Bygg, which serve professional builders and consumers. The division also includes sports trade with its Intersport and Budget Sport chains.

Car trade

Kesko imports and sells Volkswagen, Audi, SEAT, CUPRA, Porsche and Bentley passenger cars and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and MAN trucks in Finland, and SEAT and CUPRA in the Baltics. The market share of brands represented by K-Auto in Finland was 17.3% in 2021 (passenger cars and vans). Kesko’s own outlets and independent dealers sell new and used cars and offer servicing and aftersales services at 71 locations across Finland.

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