2030: Aasialainen kuluttaja paalupaikalla

By 2030, the focus of the global consumer marketplace will have shifted to Asia and the middle class of its growing cities. Products and services will become digital, but demand will also grow in another rising segment: renewable biomaterials.

14 August 2018
Tougher than the rest

Families with children need decking that is up to the task in more ways than one. Not only must it be durable and low-maintenance, but it should also be cosy and easy on the eye.

27 March 2018

UPM’s Biomedicals department fosters collaboration between corporations and universities in the field of biomedical innovation.

9 March 2018
Aiming for improved air quality

Helsinki, Finland, is one of the world’s first urban regions to switch from regular fuels to 100% waste- and residue-based fuels in public transport by the year 2020.

2 March 2018

The Bio Era truck visited 66 localities in Finland last year. The 6-month Bio Era tour made especially young Finns more aware of the importance of bioeconomy the diversity of trades it is linked with.

25 January 2018
Lietteiden ravinteet lannoitekäyttöön

UPM is working together with crop nutrition company Yara to research possibilities for agricultural reuse of nutrients retrieved from the sludge originating from the pulp and paper mills’ production processes.

23 November 2017
Kymi recovery plant

UPM has four pulp mills that produce pulp from pine, spruce and birch in Finland and from eucalyptus in Uruguay. The mills also use the same wood to produce a significant amount of bioenergy.

10 October 2017
Piano Pavillion

Since its launch in 2007, UPM ProFi has been making summer life even better. The weather may not actually have improved, and yet outdoor decking has never looked so good.

24 August 2017
Stefanie Eichiner

Thanks to renewable raw material, a low carbon footprint and efficient recycling options, print media remains one of the most sustainable choices for mass communication. Paper also represents durable and emotional value for many people.

17 August 2017
Zero Solid Waste -projekti etenee – ei enää kiinteää kaatopaikkajätettä UPM:n Suomen Vaneri- ja Sahaliiketoiminnoista

UPM Plywood and UPM Timber in Finland are the first businesses to have reached the tight recycling target set by the Zero Solid Waste project. The company aims to send zero waste to landfill operations globally by 2030.

17 July 2017