Metsä Tissue is investing in a new production line at the Raubach mill

Metsä Tissue press release 10 January 2020

Metsä Tissue, a part of Metsä Group, is investing in a new production line for professional tissue papers at its Raubach mill in Germany. The total value of the investment is approximately EUR 10 million.

The new MF4 production line with annual production capacity of 16,000 tonnes will produce folded hand towels, which are used typically in public washrooms.

“Demand for professional tissue paper products is growing and according to our strategy, we are increasing our capacity to meet the market situation. The investment will strengthen our market position especially in Western Europe,” says CEO Esa Kaikkonen.

Production on the new line will begin during the second quarter of 2021.

Further information:

Jari Tiura, SVP Operations, Metsä Tissue, tel. +358 40 708 5632

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With its high-quality tissue and greaseproof papers, Metsä Tissue makes life more comfortable for consumers, customers and end-users every day. Metsä Tissue is a leading tissue paper products supplier to households and professionals in Europe and the world’s leading supplier of greaseproof papers. Our main brands are Lambi, Serla, Mola, Tento, Katrin and SAGA. With production units in five countries, we employ a total of about 2,800 people. Our sales in 2018 were EUR 1 billion. Metsä Tissue is part of Metsä Group.

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Metsä Tissuewww.metsatissue.com With its high-quality tissue and greaseproof papers, Metsä Tissue makes life more comfortable for consumers, customers and end-users every day. Metsä Tissue is a leading tissue paper products supplier to households and professionals in Europe and the world’s leading supplier of greaseproof papers. Our main brands are Lambi, Serla, Mola, Tento, Katrin and SAGA. With production units in five countries, we employ approximately 2,800 people. Our sales in 2018 were EUR 1.0 billion. Metsä Tissue is part of Metsä Group.

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