We want to keep our customers updated about the Metsä Fibre Kemi bioproduct mill and Rauma sawmill construction projects. You can follow the progress of construction work from our customer site and webcams.
We have set up a website for our customers with basic information and regular updates and news about the Kemi bioproduct mill and Rauma sawmill construction project. Please visit the Kemi bioproduct mill website here.
Please visit the Rauma sawmill website here.You can also follow the construction work of Kemi bioproduct mill and Rauma sawmill live via our webcams. A total of five cameras broadcast live video of the Kemi bioproduct mill site and the port of Ajos in Kemi, where a port warehouse for the bioproduct mill is being built.
Metsä Group’s objective is that all the raw materials it uses in its products will be fossil-free by 2030.
Metsä Group aims to increase the amount of carbon stored in its products by 30 per cent by 2030. This goal can be achieved by producing wood products with a long life that store carbon throughout their life cycles.
Construction of Metsä Fibre’s Kemi bioproduct mill, one of Finland’s largest building sites, requires huge amounts of sawn timber. Precisely scheduled deliveries have been arranged between the mill constructors, Metsä Fibre’s sawmills and K-Rauta Äimärautio, a hardware store in Oulu.
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Metsä Fibre’s technical customer service offers clear savings and improved pulp performance.
The pulp fibre line building, turbine building and bleached pulp storage towers are now clearly distinguishable. The arrival of the first special transports was a major milestone at the end of the year. In early 2022, the site will move increasingly from construction to installation.
Construction work on the site has advanced in line with the master schedule. The sawmill buildings were completed in November.
Wood is constantly taking on new forms, colors, uses and durability. Thanks to these innovations, wood has become even more versatile in construction and housing.
Metsä Fibre’s new Global Pulp Price (GPP) price mechanism service offers customers more flexibility in choosing the best pulp pricing model for them.
Metsä Fibre, part of Metsä Group, has received Sofidel’s Suppliers Sustainability Award (3SAward) 2021 as the Best Supplier in Pulp Producer category.
To help understand pulp price levels at any given time, indices that track price development are key tools for buyers and sellers alike. Their significance increases at a time of heightened market volatility.
A unique wood-based textile fibre named Kuura is made from pulp. Its raw material is wood from sustainably managed Finnish forests.
Metsä Fibre’s technical service specialists help customers adopt cleaner, more sustainable, and more cost-effective production processes.
Metsä Fibre’s Product Development Director Raili Koponen has worked for Metsä Group for more than three decades. Pulp became her field of expertise by chance, but the work turned out to be so interesting that she became absorbed by it.
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As architects seek responsible solutions, they are using steadily more wood as a building material and for interiors. Wood demand is also being boosted by consumers looking for sustainable choices.
In Kemi, Metsä Fibre and Metsä Board mills have developed seamless collaboration to promote higher quality and customer focus over the years.
Sustainability begins in the forests, a video made in collaboration between Metsä Fibre, Hube Helsinki and Rudolf Helsinki, has been honoured with a People’s Lovie Award for European digital content. The video took bronze in its own category.
Metsä Group’s objective is to reduce the use of process water at its mills by 25% per product tonne from the 2018 level by 2030. To achieve this target, systematic development is underway at Metsä Fibre’s mills.
The latest issue of Fibre, a magazine for Metsä Fibre’s pulp customers, is now out. Read the magazine online.
The growth conditions of Nordic forests give special properties to pulp and sawn timber.
When the new Kemi bioproduct mill comes online in the second half of 2023, the old mill will be wound down. The switchover will not affect deliveries. The additional capacity is now available for booking.
Metsä Fibre’s bioproduct mill, under construction in Kemi, will maximise the conversion of wood, a valuable raw material.