TIME TO MINE! 30-40% shorter development time:

  • Proper investment targeting
  • Geological interpretation and modelling
  • Integrated exploration and measurement techniques
  • Mineralogical characterization and benefication tests
  • Environmental and geotechnical inforamtion simultaneously


ROCKPLAN’s services comprehensively cover the development, design and project management of a construction project, in the field of: Project Development, Principal Design, Architecture, Geology and Environmental Services, Rock Engineering, Rock Mechanics, Structural Engineering and Project Management. Additionally, we work with our partners to deliver building service technology design and field surveys.

Specim, Spectral Imaging

With more than 5 000 instruments and spectrographs delivered and in daily use, Specim, Spectral Imaging Ltd. is the world leading manufacturer of hyperspectral imaging instruments and systems. Specim’s success is driven by our passion for light. Today that passion has resulted in a range of products from the most advanced remote sensing applications and drill core logging solutions to industrial OEM segment and easy-to-use handheld devices.

Doofor Oy

Doofor Inc. is a company producing drifters and their original spare parts. Our philosophy is to offer the highest technical quality in the drilling industry. Unique Doofor drills are known as powerful, reliable and durable worldwide. High quality in our products is a result of expertise and know how of mining industry for several years. As a company we are innovative and development driven. We stand for the highest level of endurance and functionality for customers' advantage. Our products are robust, easy to fit in various solutions and built to perform in hard conditions.


FinnCobalt (aka Vulcan Hautalampi Oy) is a private Finnish company which owns the ground and all mining rights of the Hautalampi Cobalt-Nickel-Copper Mine. The Hautalampi Mine is located in Outokumpu town and has been previously known as the Cobalt-Nickel parallel of the historic Outokumpu (Keretti) Copper mine.

Geological Survey of Finland

The Geological Survey of Finland (GTK) is a leading European competence centre on assessment and sustainable use of geological resources. We provide expertise that serves the interests of our clients, stakeholders and society as a whole. Working closely with our clients and partners, we create solutions that lead to new technologies and business areas, as well as promote sustainable growth.

Stress Measurement Company Oy

SMCOY has developed a new method to measure in situ stresses reliably. The method is based on LVDT cell stress measurement method from existing tunnel or shaft surface and results in full stress tensor after solving the stress state using our 3D inversion algorithm. The deepest mines in Scandinavia (up to 1430 m) are using our technology.

Benefit also from our complete rock mechanical laboratory services that include uniaxial and triaxial compressive strength testing. Come and get your complete rock stress and strength services from us. We promise fast delivery.

M-Solutions Oy

M-Solutions Ltd. offers comprehensive ICT services and solutions that serve our customers in all stages of their business. We will refine the ever-growing amount of information into a big picture that is meaningful, up-to-date and easy to adopt, and helps enhancing the efficiency, productivity and safety of your business. Our expertise in for example systems, data management, enterprise architecture and ICT services will help bringing added value to our customers’ business development.

Markku Iljina GeoConsulting Oy

Dr. Markku Iljina, the founder of the company has 30 years post-graduation experience in mineral exploration and geological research. Experience includes supervision of field operations, planning and conducting of exploration projects 3-5 years in duration, conducting and participation in international research and mining community related projects. Past employers and hosting organisations include major Finnish mining and metals house Outokumpu Oy, Geological Survey of Finland, and private sector actors.