Hello and welcome to MTF! That is some interesting equipment. When you have a chance, maybe tell us more about what you have there and how you use it. In Finland, I expect snow duty is a high priority!
The mini loader is a early Norcar Agromatic made in Finland its effectively a Avant 320 I have just rebuilt two of them one is a 740 which has a Lombardini Engine and two hydraulic motors driving 4 wheels through chains, and the pictured machine which is the 2006 744 that has a Kubota 3 cyl diesel driving 4 wheels through independant hydraulic motors, its also got two hydraulic pumps one for drive and one for the hydraulic rams so you dont lose power when using both functions. My driveway and access lane is about 1/4 mile long and we get a lot of snow here, I used the machine in the summer to dig a bank away that was around 80 tons of soil. for snow clearing its got a secondhand homemade 7 foot blade that hydraulically swivels of the auxilary hydraulics, its the first year using it and we have had a mix of snow types this year. I put a few studs in the front tyres, they were pretty shot anyway so will replace them this year. It copes with the snow pretty well and has an advantage over say a quad with a blade in that you can push and stack with the blade because its got about a six foot lift. Last winter we had very heavy snow and used a full size tractor and pto snow blower that I had borrowed. so far this year its done good. I also use the little MTD garden ride on with a blade as a back up, I had the old snow blower from scrap and bought a cheap 10hp motor and threw it on and tried various means of attaching it to the ride on MTD and the Agromatic, it works OK but I need to rig up a way of lifting it to make it easier to turn.
I might buy a full width hydraulic blower this year to go on the front of the agromatic as it has the same fittings as avant so anything avant fits, I will also add a heating element to the seat and controls.
The other agromatic is over at my father in laws on loan but I will be selling that one. I find them so useful kit that its like another pair of hands around the yard