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The excavation work on the Rauma sawmill construction site is nearing its end. The sawmill project organisation will move to Rauma in October, when the actual construction work begins. The high-speed sawmill is also being built at a high speed. The test runs will begin in summer 2022.
Our pulp customers in Asia and Europe have responded to a new customer satisfaction survey. The survey provides more detailed information on what is working well and where further development could be made.
Metsä Fibre's multifaceted expert services support the processes and business operations of sawn timber customers. In addition to receiving technical support and quality information based on the Timber FOX index, customers benefit from our online store for sawn timber and efficient monitoring of deliveries.
High-quality products and reliable operations were frequently cited as successes in a customer satisfaction survey conducted by Metsä Fibre. We will continue to increase and improve our active communication with customers.
The Fines Management Audit is a service for assessing how well customers’ paper machines and paperboard production lines manage the fines in the fibre raw material and its development. By optimising the quantity of fines, the productivity of the machines can be improved. Optimisation also prevents equipment from getting dirty and minimises the mill’s wastewater loads.
At Metsä Fibre's bioproduct mill in Äänekoski, exceptional practices are being implemented at work to prevent the spread of coronavirus infections. Some of the new procedures have been found to be so good that they will continue even after the crisis.
Research Professor Tekla Tammelin studies the uses of cellulose. Among other uses, it could have new applications in the purification of drinking water and air, replacing plastic and even in the production of cancer drugs.
Metsä Group's visitor centre, Pro Nemus, is a window not only into the company, but also into the present and future of the Finnish forest industry.
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