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The softest holiday gift is a soft packet of Lambi and Tento

This year once again, consumers can find Metsä Tissue´s Lambi and Tento brands’ winter-themed seasonal products on the shelves in their favourite stores all over Europe. These soft seasonal packages are inspired by winter and Christmas time, when remembering loved ones is especially important. The design with small hearts in the shape of snowflakes are on packaging and on the tissue paper itself.

Metsä Tissue's renewed tissue paper machine in Mänttä goes into continuous production

Metsä Tissue's, part of Metsä Group, renewed tissue paper machine at the Mänttä mill has moved from the trial run phase to continuous production. The renewed paper machine will be used to produce fresh fibre-based tissue paper products especially for the Finnish market. The upgrade will increase the production capacity of the tissue paper machine by 15 per cent, as well as improve product quality and energy and production efficiency.

Metsä Tissue mills in Western and Eastern Europe to have day-long temporary production stops due to extremely high energy prices

Metsä Tissue, part of Metsä Group, announces day-long temporary production stops in the week commencing 11 July in its Kreuzau mill in Germany and Zilina mill in Slovakia due to extremely high energy prices. Profitability will continue to be reviewed on a daily basis and high energy costs may continue to cause temporary production shutdowns.

New and improved quality of Tento Complex household paper awarded in Slovakia and Czech republic

At Metsä Tissue, we make sure that we take care of the quality of our tissue products and continuously work to improve them. One important quality improvement was made in Žilina mill in Slovakia at the end of 2021, when we changed the last Tento branded household paper to a 100 % fresh fibre product.

Mondi to divest its Personal Care Components business

Mondi plc (‘Mondi’ or the ‘Group’) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement to sell its Personal Care Components business (‘PCC’) to Nitto Denko Corporation (‘Nitto’) for an enterprise value of €615 million, which is also the approximate cash consideration payable to Mondi at completion (the ‘Transaction’).
Mondi’s strategic focus to grow in packaging and the limited overlap of PCC with the rest of its business, has led Mondi to conclude that the next phase of PCC’s development will be better undertaken outside of the Group.

Körber Business Area Tissue: double-digit growth, continued market leadership in Europe and North America and development of its core business in China, Latin America, and Africa

Its evolved ecosystem approach leaves Körber Business Area Tissue with a growth of 10% in 2021, a turnover in constant growth and important developments in markets such as China, Latin America, and Africa.  While Körber Business Area Tissue’s traditional business continues going strong, this progress is also driven by its evolvement from a supplier of high-level machinery to a strategic partner able to offer broad solutions within an ecosystem of integrated systems ranging from converting to logistics, digital solutions to value added services

Recycled raw material shortages result in production curtailments at Metsä Tissue's Mariestad mill

The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the availability and quality challenges in recycled raw material for tissue production. This has resulted in temporary curtailments of the recycled paper production at Metsä Tissue’s Mariestad mill in Sweden. As a result of this, the fresh fibre portfolios will be prioritized in Metsä Tissue production and no wider delivery issues or tissue paper shortages are to be expected to end users, as fresh fibre raw material has a good and consistent availability.