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At Metsä Fibre, we plan to produce even more high-quality sawn timber in the future. This way, we’ll ensure that both our delivery and our customers’ supply chains are reliable.
Barrus, an Estonian customer of Metsä Fibre, transforms also Finnish sawn timber to finger-jointed window and door components.
Mocopinus, a traditional manufacturer of interior panelling, has transformed into an operator that develops and implements trendy timber façade solutions and wants to serve its customers in cooperation with timber producers.
Esko Pekuri, Metsä Fibre’s Technical Customer Service Manager is retiring after working at Metsä Group for a total of 45 years.
Metsä Fibre works towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. We ensure that our products and our supply chain comply with the highest sustainability standards.
Metsä Fibre’s Sales and Marketing organisation moved over to a regional structure on 1 March 2021. Sales regions will be responsible for the sale of both pulp and sawn timber from now on.
Construction work on the Metsä Fibre Rauma sawmill site is progressing as planned. The sawmill buildings will be completed in phases during 2021.
Crude Sulphate Turpentine (CST) is presently used in fragrances, adhesives, chewing gum – and yes, even in car tyres.
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