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

Grocery trade

K Group is the 2nd biggest grocery trade operator in Finland. Nearly 1,000 independent K-food retailers are in charge of daily customer experiences. There are some 1,200 K-food stores in Finland, with 1.2 million daily customer visits. Some 470 stores also offer online services. The K-food store chains are K-Citymarket, K-Supermarket, K-Market and Neste K service stations. Sales of our K-Ruoka online grocery service grew in 2020, making us the market leader in Finland. Kespro is the leading foodservice provider in Finland.

Building and technical trade

The building and technical trade division operates in seven countries: Finland, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, with a total of some 500 stores. The division's chains are Onninen, which serves technical professionals, and K-Rauta, Byggmakker, Carlsen Fritzøe and K-Bygg, which serve both professional builders and consumers. The division also comprises leisure trade and the chains Intersport and Budget Sport.

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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 in the Baltics. The market share of brands represented by K-Auto in Finland was 16.9% in 2020 (incl. passenger cars and vans). Kesko's retail company K Auto Retail Oy and independent dealers sell new and used vehicles and offer servicing and after-sales services at 71 outlets across Finland. 

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