Articles dealing with Metsä Fibre's partner companies and co-operation.
Issue 2/2018 / Partners
Collaboration with educational and research institutions is helping Metsä Fibre to gain a broader understanding of natural phenomena and future technologies, and to reach leading professionals in the field. We met up at Lappeenranta University of Technology to discuss the goals and benefits of partnership.
Issue 1/2018 / Partners
Paptic is a biobased, recyclable and renewable next generation packaging material made of sustainable wood fibre.
Li Na, Vice Chairman of the Chinese Sun Paper company, says that Metsä Fibre’s strong brand reputation, core values and product quality form the basis of a solid partnership.
Issue 2/2017 / Partners
Based in China, Metsä Fibre’s partner company GreenDoer is a leading supplier of next-generation sustainable packaging solutions to the consumer industry. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, the company has developed innovative 3D shaping technology for producing molded fibre products.
What’s at the heart of a hundred-year success story? Two companies with deep roots and an intense passion for customer satisfaction.
Experts on product safety from throughout Metsä Group – as well as customer organisation CP Kelco – share their views on this crucial area.
Issue 1/2017 / Partners
Soilfood is Finland’s largest supplier of recycled fertilisers and soil improvement products, with a staff that combines solid expertise in agricultural science with practical farming experience. The company reprocesses the side streams and by-products of Metsä Fibre’s pulp manufacturing, turning them into high-quality agricultural products. Soilfood focuses on researching and developing products with a view to expanding its business concept into the international market.
Machinery and raw-material suppliers do not look at the world so very differently, explains Valmet’s Senior Paper Technology Manager, Timo Valkama.
Issue 2/2016 / Partners
This year the Italian tissue paper manufacturer Sofidel, based in Lucca, Tuscany, is celebrating 50 years of existence. Despite a demanding market situation, the company has maintained its profitability and is set for growth. This is credit to a unique company structure, expertise in regional markets and cross-border relationships.
Issue 1/2016 / Partners
Metsä Fibre’s expertise and high-quality pulp enable the competitive production of tissue paper for the growing Middle Eastern market. Accelerated paper production and lower costs – without compromising on the quality of the end product – are the key factors helping Queenex Hygiene Paper Manufacturing LLC (QHPM) develop into the fastest growing player in the region.
Specialisation and an affective culture of innovation have made Ponsse one of the world’s leading manufacturers of forest machines. Proof of this is the Quality Innovation award presented to the Ponsse Scorpion harvester in 2014. Metsä Fibre’s Botnia Nordic + softwood pulp was also awarded in the same competition. Both companies cherish their innovation culture, but what are the crucial factors specific to Ponsse’s innovation and R&D?
Issue 2/2015 / Partners
General trading company Itochu provides a uniquely well-informed point of view on the Asian market for Metsä Fibre's offering.
Issue 1/2015 / Partners
Metsä Fibre and the trading company Europcell have developed a successful collaboration, purpose-built to serve the south-eastern European pulp market.
Issue 2/2014 / Partners
Executives and technical staff of Turkey's leading tissue and paper manufacturers turned out in force at the Zorlu Center, Istanbul, in September for a seminar on the science of tissue, including presentations from Metsä Fibre and chemicals manufacturer Kemira.
Long-term added value is only achievable through an effective partnership, say Angus Clarke and Frederic Deschamps.
Issue 1/2014 / Partners
Metsä Fibre logistics partner Royal Wagenborg is a major shipping company in global forest industry product transportation. CEO Egbert Vuursteen shares some insight into the importance of sustainability for the company, the way it does business, and the future of logistics.