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Metsä Group started recruitment of 50 new experts for apprenticeship training starting in January 2021. New professionals are being trained at Metsä Group's pulp, paperboard and tissue paper mills. The future prospects of these industries are good, and apprenticeship recruitment proactively meets the needs for employees at our mills across Finland.

In Metsä Group's apprenticeship programme, you can complete one of four degrees: a professional degree in the process industry, in electrical and automation, in maintenance or in laboratory. The competence-based qualification is carried out as an employee, the total duration of the training programme is about 1.5 years.

2020 05 11 084710"We pay a competitive salary for the entire training period, and at the end of an approved degree, we offer the opportunity to continue working in a permanent contract," says Pertti Hietaniemi, Metsä Group's Senior Vice President, Human Resources.

“During the training, students acquire good experience from versatile production or maintenance tasks, and the process control becomes familiar. We offer the opportunity to get acquainted with many production facilities and, we also encourage our personnel to job rotation between units and business areas. The investments launched and in planning phase offer a wide range of employment opportunities within Metsä Group,” Hietaniemi continues.

A suitable educational background for apprentices is a basic degree in electric automation, process or mechanical engineering or an applicable polytechnic degree.

“It is worth applying for apprenticeship training with an open mind. It is not a disadvantage if experience has been gained for a longer period of time - new experts are trained here not only for the profession, but also for Metsä's operating methods and work culture. Safety at work is part of professional skills, and all our personnel are committed to proactive safety work and safe working methods,” adds Pertti Hietaniemi.

The due date for the apprenticeship training applications is October 4, 2020.

Apprenticeship training will be provided at the mill locations listed below.

Metsä Fibre: Joutseno, Kemi, Rauma and Äänekoski
Metsä Board: Simpele, Kemi and Äänekoski
Metsä Tissue: Mänttä

There is still time to join the training program for Rauma sawmill 

Metsä Group is currently recruiting also for the training program of the new sawmill to be built Rauma. The persons selected for the training program will complete their competence-based qualification at other Metsä Fibre sawmills, and start their permanent work in Rauma when the new sawmill starts up in 2022. More information about Rauma's coaching programme can be found here (in Finnish).

For further information, please contact:

Pertti Hietaniemi, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Metsä Group, tel. +35810 463 3772
Juha Laine, Senior Vice President, Communications, Metsä Group, tel. +358 10 465 4541

Metsä Group
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Metsä Group is a forerunner in sustainable bioeconomy utilising renewable wood from sustainably managed northern forests. Metsä Group focuses on wood supply and forest services, wood products, pulp, fresh fibre paperboards and tissue and greaseproof papers.

In 2019, Metsä Group’s sales totalled EUR 5.5 billion, and it employs approximately 9,300 people. Metsäliitto Cooperative is the parent company of Metsä Group and is owned by approximately 100,000 Finnish forest owners.

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US-based Association of International Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators (AIMCAL) presented its 2020 Product of the Year award to Hazen Paper Company for an Arctic Blue Gin package featuring images of flaming Northern Lights. Metsä Board, the leading European producer of premium fresh fibre paperboards and part of Metsä Group, designed the package structure, the original graphics and the embossing. The impressive package uses the lightweight and strong MetsäBoard Pro FBB Bright folding boxboard 350 g/m2.

“Producing a highly challenging holographic package requires a lot from the material. Smoothness and stiffness are needed to get the large hologram surface adhered to the paperboard without any flaw. Here the Metsä Board team was able to deliver,” says John Hazen, president of Hazen Paper Company. “The paperboard has a very uniform smooth surface, scores and folds exceptionally well, and has economic and environmental superiority. It is an optimal paperboard for transfer metallising and ideal for a high-end graphic arts application, with both beauty and brawn.”

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“We wanted to convey an image of a clean, crisp, winter night, highlighted with northern lights rippling across the Finnish sky. The imagery really stands out and provides exceptional visual elements for maximum brand enhancement,” says Mark Beamesderfer, Packaging Services Director Americas of Metsä Board.

Metsä Board 
www.metsaboard.com 

Metsä Board is a leading European producer of premium fresh fibre paperboards and forerunner in sustainability. We produce premium lightweight folding boxboards, food service boards and white kraftliners for consumer goods packaging as well as retail-ready and food service applications. We work together with our customers on a global scale to innovate solutions for better consumer experiences with less environmental impact. The pure fresh fibres Metsä Board uses are a renewable resource, traceable to origin in sustainably managed northern forests. We aim for completely fossil free mills and raw materials by 2030. 

The global sales network of Metsä Board supports customers worldwide, including brand owners, retailers, converters and merchants. In 2019, the company’s sales totalled EUR 1.9 billion, and it has approximately 2,400 employees. Metsä Board, part of Metsä Group, is listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki.

Metsä Group
www.metsagroup.com

Metsä Group is a forerunner in sustainable bioeconomy utilising renewable wood from sustainably managed northern forests. Metsä Group focuses on wood supply and forest services, wood products, pulp, fresh fibre paperboards and tissue and greaseproof papers.

In 2019, Metsä Group’s sales totalled EUR 5.5 billion, and it employs approximately 9,300 people. Metsäliitto Cooperative is the parent company of Metsä Group and is owned by approximately 103,000 Finnish forest owners.

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Metsä Group’s innovation company Metsä Spring Ltd. and Japanese Itochu Corporation establish a joint venture, which invests approximately EUR 40 million in building and operating a test plant, with the aim to demonstrate a new technology for converting paper-grade pulp into textile fibres. Business Finland, a Finnish governmental funding agency, participates in the financing of the demo project with an R&D loan. 

The textile fibre demo plant will be located next to Metsä Group’s bioproduct mill in Äänekoski, Finland. Construction of the demo plant, with an annual capacity of about 500 tonnes, begins in October 2018 and it is planned to be started up in late 2019. The general engineering partner is Sweco.

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”With the plant, and the demonstration project related to it, we aim to prove the technical feasibility of the new textile fibre production technology. Based on the results of the demonstration project, we can then evaluate the technical and economic realities of building a clearly larger plant in Finland in the future. During the demonstration project, which is expected to last two to three years from the start-up of the plant, we will also gather customer feedback related to the new fibres,” comments CEO of Metsä Spring Niklas von Weymarn.

The new technology to be studied and further developed in the demo project is based on direct dissolution using a novel solvent for the pulp dissolution stage. Metsä Group’s wet paper-grade pulp will be used as the raw material. The new technology is estimated to be more environmentally-friendly than the textile fibre production technologies currently in use. The basis for the new technology has been developed in joint research programmes, starting in 2009. The main collaborators, in terms of development of the technology, include Aalto University, University of Helsinki, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and TITK from Germany. Metsä Group’s own active development work started in 2012.

The textile fibre demo plant is the first investment of Metsä Spring, established in May 2018. Metsä Spring invests together with partners in new endeavours with the target to identify and develop new business opportunities within the sustainable forest-based bioeconomy and circular economy.

Metsä Group
www.metsagroup.com

Metsä Group is a forerunner in sustainable bioeconomy utilising renewable wood from sustainably managed northern forests. Metsä Group focuses on wood supply and forest services, wood products, pulp, fresh fibre paperboards and tissue and cooking papers.

Metsä Group’s sales totalled EUR 5.0 billion in 2017, and it employs approximately 9,100 people. The Group operates in nearly 30 countries. Metsäliitto Cooperative is the parent company of Metsä Group and is owned by approximately 104,000 Finnish forest owners.

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Tomi Seppä, Mill Availability Manager at Metsä Fibre's Kemi pulp mill, has been appointed manager of the Kemi mills as of 1 January 2018. Seppä will be responsible for managing Metsä Fibre’s pulp mill and Metsä Board’s board mill in Kemi. In his new position, Tomi Seppä will report to Harri Pihlajaniemi, SVP, Production at Metsä Board, with regard to the board mill, and to Camilla Wikström, SVP, Production of Metsä Fibre’s pulp business, with regard to the pulp mill.

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Ari-Pekka Vanamo, Manager of Metsä Group’s mills in Kemi, will start as the manager of Metsä Group’s pulp mill in Rauma as of 1 January 2018. In his new position, Vanamo will report to Camilla Wikström, SVP, Production of Metsä Fibre’s pulp business.

Metsä Board
www.metsaboard.com

Metsä Board is a leading European producer of premium fresh fibre paperboards including folding boxboards, food service boards and white kraftliners. Our lightweight paperboards are developed to provide better, safer and more sustainable solutions for consumer goods as well as retail-ready and food service applications. We work together with our customers on a global scale to innovate solutions for better consumer experiences with less environmental impact. The pure fresh fibres Metsä Board uses are a renewable resource, traceable to origin in sustainably managed northern forests.

The global sales network of Metsä Board supports customers worldwide, including brand owners, retailers, converters and merchants. In 2016, the company’s sales totalled EUR 1.7 billion, and it has approximately 2,500 employees. Metsä Board, part of Metsä Group, is listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki.

Metsä Group
www.metsagroup.com

Metsä Group is a forerunner in bioeconomy utilising renewable wood from sustainably managed northern forests. Metsä Group focuses on wood supply and forest services, wood products, pulp, fresh fibre paperboards and tissue and cooking papers.

Metsä Group’s sales totalled EUR 4.7 billion in 2016, and it employs approximately 9,300 people. The Group operates in some 30 countries. Metsäliitto Cooperative is the parent company of Metsä Group and owned by approximately 104,000 Finnish forest owners.

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Leading producer of bioproducts and bioenergy Metsä Fibre, part of Metsä Group, and ABB have signed an agreement to connect ABB electrical systems installed at the Äänekoski bioproduct mill to the ABB Ability Collaborative Operations solution portfolio. The solutions include the remote monitoring of electrical systems using cloud services, and remote access to ABB experts 24/7 aimed at raising the performance and reliability of electrical systems to a new level.

ABB supplied the Metsä Group’s bioproduct mill in Äänekoski in Central Finland in 2016 with a comprehensive electrification solution including the mill’s entire electrical power distribution system and process electrification. Metsä Fibre and ABB have now signed an agreement to connect a considerable number of the supplied devices to ABB Ability Collaborative Operations. This will enable remote monitoring of functionality and availability of the electrical devices and electrical systems through Metsä Fibre as well as ABB experts and allow real-time collaborating to achieve the highest possible availability and performance.

“This gives us an at-a-glance overview of the status of all of ABB electrical devices connected to the system. We can see what level of stress the frequency converters are under, and can monitor their condition and react to deviations proactively,” says Botnia Mill Service’s Ossi Puromäki, who is in charge of the bioproduct mill’s lifecycle contracts.

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ABB Collaborative Operations is a true Internet-of-Things application and is part of the company's portfolio of ABB Ability with industry-leading digital solutions. Collaborative Operations provides performance management, remote monitoring and preventive analysis technologies to ensure security, and improve efficiency and productivity in various industries. ABB Collaborative Operations Centers connects people in enterprise-wide production facilities and headquarters to ABB’s technology and expertise.

The electrical power distribution system at the mill includes 650 frequency converters alone. Condition monitoring is also facilitated by extensive device-specific alarms and, as ABB Ability presents its data in the cloud, ABB experts can provide instant support in tackling problems. Furthermore, analyzing the data collected from electrical systems and devices for its predictive value also enhances reliability over the long-term.

“Monitoring helps us to do maintenance on the right device at the right time, instead of simply servicing all devices at predefined intervals. This will optimize both costs and quality of upkeep,” says Puromäki.

“Our mill’s most important performance indicator is its availability rate, which we target to maintain at 98 percent and above on an annual rate. Maintenance plays a critical role in ensuring this high level of performance,” said Timo Merikallio, Project Director of bioproduct mill project. ”At the same time, we simply don’t have all expertise at the mill. Therefore, maintenance based on cooperation with trusted partners is key for us.” Merikallio continued.

“ABB has been remotely monitoring paper mill drives and electrical distribution systems for many years. Applying this knowledge in the context of ABB Ability Collaborative Operations takes it to a whole new level and demonstrates our leadership in delivering real benefits to our customers through big data. It allows us to turn data into insights and immediate actions that significantly improve our customers’ operations in terms of availability, performance and quality,” says Jim Fisher, Global Product Group Manager for Pulp and Paper.

The Metsä Fibre site will primarily be monitored from the Helsinki ABB Ability Collaborative Operations Center, which ABB has opened in October this year. Along with the existing centers in Westerville, Ohio, USA and a planned center in Singapore, scheduled to be opened beginning of next year, this center will focus on the pulp and paper industry, giving access to ABB industry experts on the “follow the sun” principle and supporting customers anywhere in the world.

ABB (ABBN: SIX Swiss Ex) is a pioneering technology leader in electrification products, robotics and motion, industrial automation and power grids, serving customers in utilities, industry, and transport and infrastructure globally. Continuing history of innovation more than 125 years long, ABB today is writing the future of industrial digitalization and driving the Energy and Fourth Industrial Revolutions. ABB operates in more than 100 countries and has about 136,000 employees. www.abb.com

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Katrinefors Kraftvärme AB (KKAB), a 50/50 joint venture owned by Metsä Tissue, part of Metsä Group, and the local municipal energy company VänerEnergi AB, will build a new biomass combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Mariestad, Sweden, in conjunction with the Metsä Tissue mill. This will be the second bioenergy plant operated by KKAB.

The construction of the new plant will start in April 2013. The plant is expected to be operating by the end of 2014. The total investment will amount to approximately 30 million euros of which Metsä Tissue’s share will be 50 per cent.

According to Mark Watkins, SVP Tissue Scandinavia, KKAB’s new bioenergy plant is an important step in increasing the share of bioenergy. In Metsä Group, the share of wood-based bioenergy is high, as over 80 per cent of all the used fuel is biomass.

Increasing the share of bioenergy is one of the key activities in Metsä Group’s efforts to mitigate climate change and reduce fossil CO2 emissions. Metsä Group’s target is to reduce fossil-based CO2 emissions by 30 per cent per product tonne by 2020 from the 2009 level.

The new bioenergy production reduces significantly, even as much as 90 per cent, Metsä Tissue Mariestad mill’s oil usage. The new power plant will decrease Mariestad mill’s CO2 emissions by approximately 6,000 tonnes, i.e. by 30 per cent from the present. Currently oil is used to cover wintertime peak in heat demand and as reserve fuel.

The new biomass CHP plant will be composed of an approximately 28 MW biomass boiler to produce heat and approximately 7 MW turbine to produce electricity. The biomass fuels consist of energy wood and the mill’s recycled fibre residues.

In addition to producing electricity and heat to Mariestad mill, the plant will provide renewable energy for the surrounding community in the form of district heating and bio-based grid electricity.

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logoA fire broke at the reel warehouse of Metsä Board Corporation’s Gohrsmühle mill in Germany early in the morning of 15 February 2013. Several fire rescue departments’ units from the neighboring areas arrived on the mill site and the work to put out the fire continues. According to current information there is no danger of the fire spreading to a wider area. No personal injuries have occurred.   

Metsä Board produces cast coated Chromolux papers and has folding boxboard sheeting operations, launched in autumn 2012, at the Gohrsmühle mill.

The sheeting operations at the site will be stopped for some time due to the fire and customers will be informed about the possible impacts on the deliveries in due course. According to current understanding, the fire is not expected to have any material impact on Metsä Board’s total folding boxboard deliveries nor any material result impact for Metsä Board.

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Metsä Board Corporation Financial Statements 1 January–31 December 2012, 7 February 2013 at 12:00 noon

Full year result for 2012

-Sales were EUR 2,108 million (Q1–Q4/2011: 2,485).

-The operating result excluding non-recurring items was EUR 74 million (59). The operating result including non-recurring items was EUR 220 million (-214).

-The result before taxes excluding non-recurring items was EUR 30 million (0). The result before taxes including non-recurring items was EUR 176 million (-281).

-Earnings per share excluding non-recurring items were EUR 0.13 (0.02) and including non-recurring items EUR 0.53 (-0.83).

-The Board of Directors proposes that a dividend of 0.06 euros per share be distributed for the financial year 2012.

 

 Result for the fourth quarter of 2012

-Sales were EUR 509 million (Q3/2012: 532).

-The operating result excluding non-recurring items was EUR 25 million (25). The operating result including non-recurring items was EUR 41 million (22).

-The result before taxes excluding non-recurring items was EUR 12 million (10). The result before taxes including non-recurring items was EUR 27 million (8).

-Earnings per share excluding non-recurring items were EUR 0.08 (0.02) and including non-recurring items EUR 0.13 (0.02).

Events in the fourth quarter of 2012

-Delivery volumes decreased from the previous quarter mainly due to seasonal reasons.

-Average price of linerboard increased. Pulp price took an upward turn. The average prices of folding boxboard and papers declined slightly.

-The new biopower plant owned by Pohjolan Voima and Leppäkosken Sähkö was commissioned at Metsä Board Kyro mill.

Events after the period

The Alizay mill site in France, including machines, equipment and buildings, was sold to Conseil General de l’Eure for EUR 22 million.

“The operating result excluding non-recurring items in the last quarter of 2012 was at the third quarter level, as expected. Folding boxboard delivery volumes were at a normal level, although slightly lower than in the previous quarter due to seasonal effects. Demand for linerboard continued to be strong, and the price increase had a positive impact on the result in the last quarter of the year. The price of pulp also increased, and demand was good in the last quarter. Instead, demand for and price level of papers decreased in Europe, which weakened the profitability of our paper production.

The year 2012 was a significant milestone for our company. We successfully completed our strategic review, launched in 2006, which has resulted in the transformation of the company from a paper producer to the leading paperboard company. The measures to eliminate the last heavy losses of our paper operations were successfully completed. In the fall of 2012, we completed our EUR 120 million investment programme, related to which we increased our annual folding boxboard capacity by approximately 150,000 tonnes, modernized  the Kemi linerboard mill, and increased the use of bioenergy in our production.

Our main targets for the year 2013 are the full utilisation of our expanded folding boxboard capacity, development and expansion of our current paperboard product portfolio and improvement of the profitability and cash flow of the paper and market pulp units”.

Mikko Helander, CEO

Near-term outlook

Folding boxboard delivery volumes in the last quarter of 2012 were at a normal level, although seasonally slightly lower than in the previous quarter. Folding boxboard order volumes are expected to gradually improve at the beginning of the year and delivery volumes to increase slightly in the first quarter of 2013, compared to the previous quarter. As a result of the completed annual folding boxboard contract negotiations the volumes are increasing in 2013 compared to 2012 and no material price changes are expected.

Demand for linerboard is expected to continue to be very strong, and delivery volumes are expected to increase slightly in the first quarter of 2013, compared to the previous quarter. No significant changes are expected in the price of linerboard in the coming months.

Delivery volumes of uncoated fine paper are expected to increase slightly in the first quarter of 2013, compared to the previous quarter, and delivery volumes of pulp are expected to be at the previous quarter level. No considerable changes are on the horizon in the price of uncoated fine paper. The currency-denominated price increase of long-fibre pulp is expected to continue at the beginning of the year.

The market situation of coated paper has weakened further since the year end, and delivery volumes and prices are expected to decrease slightly in the first quarter of 2013.

Production costs are expected to increase slightly in the first quarter of 2013, compared to the previous quarter, primarily due to increased energy costs.

Metsä Board’s operating result for the first quarter of 2013, excluding non-recurring items, is expected to improve slightly from the fourth quarter of 2012.

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Metsä Board Corporation follows the disclosure procedure enabled by Standard 5.2b published by the Finnish Financial Supervision Authority and hereby publishes its Financial Statements 2012 enclosed to this stock exchange release. Metsä Board's complete Financial Statements is attached to this release in pdf-format and is also available on the company's web site at www.metsaboard.com.

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Metsä Board Corporation Interim Report 1 January–30 September 2012, 1 November 2012 at 12 noon

Result for January–September 2012

  • Sales were EUR 1,599 million (Q1–Q3/2011: 1,961).
  • The operating result excluding non-recurring items was EUR 49 million (81). The operating result including non-recurring items was EUR 179 million (1).
  • The result before taxes excluding non-recurring items was EUR 18 million (33). The result before taxes including non-recurring items was EUR 149 million (-51).
  • Earnings per share excluding non-recurring items were EUR 0.05 (0.06) and including non-recurring items EUR 0.40 (-0.20).

Result for the third quarter of 2012

  • Sales were EUR 532 million (Q2/2012: 522).
  • The operating result excluding non-recurring items was EUR 25 million (19). The operating result including non-recurring items was EUR 22 million (161).
  • The result before taxes excluding non-recurring items was EUR 10 million (17). The result before taxes including non-recurring items was EUR 8 million (159).
  • Earnings per share excluding non-recurring items were EUR 0.02 (0.05) and including non-recurring items EUR 0.02 (0.43).

Events in the third quarter of 2012

  • Delivery volumes of paperboard and coated paper increased.
  • Delivery volumes of uncoated paper and pulp decreased.
  • There were no material changes in paper and paperboard prices. The market price of pulp decreased.

Events after the period

  • The biopower plant owned by Pohjolan Voima and Leppäkosken Sähkö was inaugurated at the Kyro mill.

“Our profitability improved further in the third quarter. Favourable development in the paperboard business continued, and delivery volumes increased as expected. Despite the extensive maintenance shutdown at the Husum mill, the operating result of the paper and pulp business remained at the second quarter level. 

The paper and paperboard order books and operating rates are currently at a normal level. Folding boxboard order inflows have in recent weeks slowed down somewhat, but the price situation is stable. Paperboard delivery volumes are estimated to be slightly lower in the fourth quarter than in the third quarter, due to seasonal factors. Market prices of pulp are expected to increase in the fourth quarter, but it is estimated that the average price of deliveries will be slightly lower than in the third quarter. The overall situation in the global economy is currently uncertain, which makes business forecasting more difficult than in normal conditions.

We completed the Paperboard business area’s investment programme as planned with the inauguration of the biopower plant at the Kyro mill. Our production machinery is now top class in the world, and our folding boxboard capacity, which was expanded by 150,000 annual tonnes, will be fully available from the beginning of 2013. New capacity is necessary in order for us to ensure the availability of board for our customers in all situations.”

Mikko Helander, CEO

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Near-term outlook

The situation in the global economy is currently uncertain, which makes business forecasting more difficult than in normal conditions.

Folding boxboard order books and operating rates are currently at a normal level, but the order inflows have recently slowed down somewhat. The average prices of folding boxboard are not expected to change materially in the coming months.

Linerboard order books and operating rates are at a strong level. Prices of linerboard will be slightly higher in the fourth quarter than in the third quarter, as a result of the price increase implemented in September.

It is estimated that in the fourth quarter the delivery volume of folding boxboard and linerboard will be slightly lower than in the third quarter, due to the seasonally weaker December. The slight increase in the price of linerboard is, however, not estimated to be sufficient to completely cover the negative result impact of the seasonally lower delivery volumes in the fourth quarter in the Paperboard business area.

The delivery volumes of paper and pulp are in the fourth quarter expected to be at least at the third quarter level. No material changes are on the horizon in paper prices. The USD denominated market price of long fibre pulp is estimated to increase somewhat during the fourth quarter. All in all, the average price of Metsä Board’s pulp deliveries in the fourth quarter is however estimated to be slightly lower than in the third quarter.

Production costs are not estimated to change materially in the coming months. 

Metsä Board’s operating result in the fourth quarter of 2012, excluding non-recurring items, is expected to be roughly at the third quarter of 2012 level.

Disclosure procedure

Metsä Board Corporation follows the disclosure procedure enabled by Standard 5.2b published by the Finnish Financial Supervision Authority and hereby publishes its Interim Report for January-September 2012 enclosed to this stock exchange release. Metsä Board's complete Interim Report is attached to this release in pdf-format and is also available on the company's web site at www.metsaboard.com.

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Metsä Fibre Price announcement

logoMetsä Fibre will announce a new price of Botnia Nordic Pine (Northern Bleached Softwood Kraft) in Europe, effective November 1, 2012 until further notice.

The new price is 820 USD, CIF Metsä Fibre’s usual European ports.

The other terms remain as agreed.

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