Stories from the world of pulp, sawn timber and other bioproducts
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.
An RFID tag is like a small price tag that contains a lot of information on the pulp unit. The tag makes it possible to monitor the data of a pulp batch in real time.
"Digitalisation is already playing a key role in the pulp industry. Innovations will take place as long as operators have the courage to invest in new technology," says Matti Toivonen, VP, Technology.
Metsä Fibre's Business Development Manager Jukka Rantamäki is a little bit like a scientist and explorer in his work: he follows the competition, gathers data and supervises development projects in which Metsä Fibre's professionals come up with new ideas in cooperation with the company's partners.
My career in Metsä Fibre has been a journey of continuous learning. It goes well together with my crossfit background.
Metsä Fibre's refining audit service can be used to determine how you can refine pulp for the best end result. Optimised refining gives paper or paperboard the desired properties and can save energy costs substantially.
The FIT tool used by Metsä Fibre's technical customer service can be used to quickly and cost-effectively evaluate and modify paper and board furnishes. Optimisation of the stock furnish results in the best possible final product quality, more efficient production and lower production costs.