|Born||24 January 1937|
Martin Saarikangas (born January 24, 1937 in Helsinki) is a Finnish shipbuilder, best known as the founder of Masa-Yards (now Aker Finnyards), after the bankruptcy of Wärtsilä Marine. From 2003 to 2007 he was a member of the Finnish Parliament. In 1994 he played three minutes for Finnish association football top flight side TPS Turku at the age of 57.
- The bankruptcy was unnecessary, interview of Martin Saarikangas in Scandinavian Shipping Gazette, February 22, 2008, network edition.
- Iso-Masa, laivanrakentaja Ajatus Kirjat, 2002 ISBN 951-20-6227-5
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