Raw material from the sawmill
CTMP plant grinds chips for use as raw material for the middle layer of paperboard.
Of the raw material 50% becomes sawn wood. The by-product from sawing, sawdust, is cooked into cellulose pulp.
Utilised for energy to power MM Kotkamills operations.
The cutting edge technology enables the production of easily recyclable and biodegradable barrier boards at competitive costs, unlike many other environmentally friendly alternatives items.
Building this unique paperboard machine in Kotka enabled our Consumer Boards to set out on changing the game. It is our blueprint that we can replicate anywhere in the world.
Our Saturating Kraft Paper Absorbex® assists us in the sustainability challenge by offering laminating kraft paper grades that act as effective carbon storage for great many years in long lasting end products.
Over 50 years of continuous development and spotting new opportunities has led to our saturating kraft paper range becoming known around the world. For the power of wood built into daily life.
The pulp mill
Our pulp mill cooks the sawdust into cellulose pulp, which is then used without bleaching as raw material for Absorbex®.
The energy plant
Black liqueur created as a by-product of cellulose pulp production is utilised in the energy production of the mill.
The CTMP plant
Our chemi-thermomechanical pulp (CTMP) mill grinds the woodchips into chemi-thermomechanical pulp.