Metsä Wood

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Metsä Wood
Subsidiary
Industry Construction
Predecessor Finnforest
Headquarters Espoo, Finland
Products Wood products
Revenue € 904 MEU (2012)
Number of employees
3000 (2012)
Website www.metsawood.com

Metsä Wood (formerly 'Finnforest') is the wood products arm of Finnish pulp and paper group Metsäliitto. Metsä Wood mainly provides timber and engineered wood products for the construction industry. Headquartered in Espoo, the company employs some 3000 people in 20 countries.

Finnforest (Metsäliitto Cooperative) is part of Metsä Group. Metsä Group also include Metsä Tissue, Metsä Board, Metsä Fibre, Metsä Wood and Metsä Forest.

Headquarters are in Tapiola.

Energy[edit]

Peat energy[edit]

Metsäliitto owned 33% of Vapo in 2002-2005 and 49.9% in 2005-2009. Vapo is the major peat energy producer in Finland. In 2009 ownership of Vapo was reconstructed to Suomen Energiavarat Oy, owned by EPV Energy (ex Etelä-Pohjanmaan Voima Oy) and several peat energy using companies.

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