METSO CORPORATION?S INTERIM REVIEW, JANUARY-MARCH 2005

Metso Corporation   Stock Exchange Release April 27, 2005 at  12.00 p.m.

METSO CORPORATION’S INTERIM REVIEW, JANUARY-MARCH 2005:

FAVORABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE FIRST QUARTER SUPPORTS ACHIEVEMENT OF FINANCIAL
OBJECTIVES FOR 2005

- In January-March 2005, Metso Corporation’s net sales increased by 13 percent
  and totaled EUR 894 million (1-3/2004: EUR 793 million).
- Operating profit (EBIT) was EUR 54.7 million (EUR -7.2 million). All Metso’s
  business areas improved their financial performance compared with the first
  quarter of 2004.
- Earnings per share from continuing operations were EUR 0.26 (EUR 0.15
  negative).
- New orders were received worth EUR 1,089 million (EUR 971 million), an
  increase of 12 percent. The Corporation’s order backlog at the end of March
  was 13 percent higher than at the end of 2004, and was EUR 1,919 million
 (Dec. 31, 2004: EUR 1,705 million).
- Net cash provided by operating activities was EUR 129 million, and gearing
  was 36.2 percent at the end of March (Dec. 31, 2004: 49.7%).

This interim review is prepared in accordance with the IFRS recognition and
measurement principles. Metso adopted IFRS at the beginning of 2005.

Capacity utilization strengthened in the paper industry, which had a positive
effect on demand for Metso Paper’s pulp and paper technology rebuilds and
aftermarket services. Demand for Metso Minerals’ products and services was
strong in the construction, civil engineering and mining industries. The demand
for metals recycling equipment was excellent. Investment decisions concerning
new mining projects were made primarily in South America. Demand for the
products and services of Metso Automation remained good in the power, oil and
gas industry, and was satisfactory in the pulp and paper industry.

The value of orders received by Metso increased by 12 percent compared with the
first quarter of 2004, and the order backlog increased by 13 percent from the
end of 2004. Aftermarket operations accounted for 38 percent of the
Corporation’s net sales, about the same proportion as in the first quarter of
last year.

The Corporation’s operating profit improved significantly on the comparison
period and was EUR 54.7 million, or 6.1 percent of net sales. The profitability
of Metso Minerals continued to improve due to increased delivery volumes and
improved productivity. Metso Automation’s profitability also remained good.
Metso Paper’s profitability improved on the comparison period, due to improved
efficiency and capacity utilization. The measures aimed at renewing the business
concept at Metso Paper are continuing, particularly in the Tissue business line,
which still recorded a loss in the first quarter of 2005.

“In the first months of the year, Metso’s markets and the demand for its
products and services have developed in line with our expectations. I am pleased
to note that all our business areas improved their performance in the first
quarter of 2005 on the comparison period,” says Jorma Eloranta, Metso’s
President and CEO. “The main factors contributing to the improvement of
profitability include the continuing good market situation for Metso Minerals’
products and the enhanced productivity in all business areas.”

Net cash provided by operating activities was very strong, EUR 129 million.
Return on capital employed (ROCE) was 12.4 percent (1.8% negative). Metso
Corporation’s return on equity (ROE) has also improved, and was 15.0 percent for
the review period (10.5% negative).

Short-term outlook

Metso Minerals and Metso Automation are expected to surpass the operating margin
targets set for 2005. However, the targets set for Metso Paper in 2005 are
challenging. After the sale of Metso Drives, the targets set for Metso Ventures
are especially challenging.

In total, Metso Corporation's measures streamlining the cost structure, the
strengthened order backlog and the first quarter result will support a
continuation of favorable profitability development and will help attain the
financial targets set for Metso Corporation for 2005, i.e. an operating margin
that is 6 percent of net sales and a 12-percent return on capital employed.
Should the favorable development continue, these targets could be exceeded.

Metso is a global technology corporation serving customers in the pulp and paper
industry, rock and minerals processing, the energy industry and selected other
industries. In 2004, the net sales of Metso Corporation were approx. EUR 4
billion, and it has some 22,000 employees in more than 50 countries. Metso's
shares are listed on the Helsinki and New York Stock Exchanges.

For further information, please contact:

Jorma Eloranta, President and CEO, Metso Corporation, tel. +358 204 84 3000
Olli Vaartimo, Executive Vice President and CFO, Metso Corporation, tel. + 358
204 84 3010
Mike Phillips, Senior Vice President, Finance and Administration, Metso USA,
tel. +358 204 84 3253

It should be noted that certain statements herein which are not historical
facts, including, without limitation, those regarding expectations for general
economic development and the market situation, expectations for customer
industry profitability and investment willingness, expectations for company
growth, development and profitability and the realization of synergy benefits
and cost savings, and statements preceded by ”expects”, ”estimates”, ”forecasts”
or similar expressions, are forward-looking statements. These statements are
based on current decisions and plans and currently known factors. They involve
risks and uncertainties which may cause the actual results to materially differ
from the results currently expected by the company.

Such factors include, but are not limited to:
(1) general economic conditions, including fluctuations in exchange rates and
interest levels which influence the operating environment and profitability of
customers and thereby the orders received by the company and their margins
(2) the competitive situation, especially significant technological solutions
developed by competitors
(3) the company’s own operating conditions, such as the success of production,
product development and project management and their continuous development and
improvement
(4) the success of pending and future acquisitions and restructuring.


Metso Corporation's Interim Review, January 1 - March 31, 2005

The Corporation’s key figures
                                          1-3/05        1-3/04      1-12/04
                                             EUR           EUR          EUR
                                         million       million      million
Net sales                                    894           793        3,602
Operating profit (loss)                     54.7         (7.2)        199.5
   % of net sales                            6.1         (0.9)          5.5
Earnings per share from continuing                                         
operations, basic, EUR                      0.26        (0.15)         1.16
Earnings per share from continuing                                         
and discontinued operations,                0.26        (0.17)         1.05
basic, EUR
Orders received                            1,089           971        3,989
                                         31.3.05       31.3.04     31.12.04
Order backlog                              1,919         1,545        1,705
Equity to assets ratio, %                   31.8          24.4         30.9
Gearing, %                                  36.2         115.3         49.7


Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

Metso adopted the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) at the
beginning of 2005. The principal changes and impact on the 2004 income statement
and balance sheet were described in the releases published on March 31, 2005 and
April 19, 2005 (quarterly information). Financial assets, liabilities and
derivative financial instruments that are used to hedging are classified and
recorded in accordance with IAS 32 and IAS 39 to the opening balance sheet as of
January 1, 2005, which is presented in the tables of the Interim Review.

Since Metso published press releases on its transition to IFRS, the comparative
information for 2004 has been changed by separating the power transmission
business (Drives), which was divested in April 2005, from Metso’s continuing
operations. The net result of the Drives business is reported also for the
comparison year in the line Discontinued businesses, after Continuing
operations.

The operating profit of the IFRS income statement for the comparison year is
improved by a nonrecurring annulment of a disability pension liability of EUR 75
million (excluding the divested Drives business) due to amendments of the
Finnish employee pension system (TEL) in December 2004. The reversal of the
pension liability is presented by business area in the tables of the Interim
Review.

The Interim Review has been prepared in accordance with the recognition and
measurement principles of the IFRS and by applying the same policies as in the
above mentioned releases.

In accordance with IFRS 5, profit or loss on discontinued operations net of
taxes and the gain or loss on their disposal are presented in the income
statement separate from continuing operations, while assets and liabilities
classified as held for sale are presented separately in the balance sheet. The
discontinued operations reported by Metso were Converting Equipment, the
Compaction and Paving business line (Dynapac) and the Drilling business line
(Reedrill) divested in 2004, and the power transmission business (Drives), which
was part of Metso Ventures, divested in 2005.


Metso's operating environment in January-March

Economic growth strengthened in Europe and continued to be good in North
America. In China, measures to curb economic growth have, to some extent,
continued to slow down investment decisions in the first months of the year.

In the pulp and paper industry, pulp and paper prices continued their slight
rise in the USA. Conversely, price performance was weaker than expected in
Europe early in the year. Capacity utilization strengthened in the paper
industry.

In the construction and civil engineering industry, the demand for aggregates
remained good in the USA and also improved in Europe. In the mining industry,
the demand for metals continued to be good. Investment decisions concerning new
mining projects were made primarily in South America. The high price of crude
oil bolstered the growth of oil industry investments.


Demand for Metso's products

In the first quarter of the year, the demand for Metso Paper’s pulp and paper
industry machine and equipment rebuilds and aftermarket services increased due
to the improved capacity utilization rates. In South America, investment
activity in pulping lines increased, but in the Chinese market the volume of
paper industry investments were weaker than in January-March 2004.

The market for Metso Minerals’ products remained strong. The demand for crushing
and screening equipment was good in North America and Asia and also improved in
Europe. The already good demand for mining industry equipment strengthened,
particularly in South America and also in Asia-Pacific. The demand for metals
recycling equipment was excellent. The demand for Metso Minerals’ aftermarket
services continued to be good.

The demand for Metso Automation’s products remained at the level of the previous
quarter. The demand for power, oil and gas industry equipment continued to be
good and the demand for pulp and paper industry continued to be satisfactory.
The market for field equipment was more active than that for automation systems.
North America was the market area that performed the most favorably.


Orders received and order backlog

The value of orders received by Metso Corporation during the first quarter of
2005 increased by 12 percent compared with the first quarter of 2004 and totaled
EUR 1,089 million. The Corporation’s order backlog increased by 13 percent from
the end of 2004 and was EUR 1,919 million at the end of March. The order backlog
of continuing operations increased by 24 percent compared with the order backlog
on March 31, 2004. The first quarter’s largest orders were for mining equipment
and paper machine rebuilds and process improvements.

Metso Paper accounted for 32 percent, Metso Minerals for 46 percent, Metso
Automation for 13 percent and Metso Ventures for 9 percent of orders received.

45 percent (42% in 1-3/04) of orders originated from Europe, 21 (27) percent
from North America, 15 (20) percent from Asia-Pacific, 15 (6) percent from South
America and 4 (5) percent from the rest of the world.


Net sales

Metso’s net sales in January-March increased by 13 percent on the comparison
period and were EUR 894 million. Aftermarket operations accounted for 38 percent
(39% in 1-3/04) of the Corporation’s net sales (excluding Metso Ventures).

Of the net sales, 42 percent came from the deliveries of Metso Paper, 37 percent
from Metso Minerals, 14 percent from Metso Automation and 7 percent from Metso
Ventures.

46 percent of net sales came from Europe, 22 percent from North America, 19
percent from Asia-Pacific, 8 percent from South America and 5 percent from the
rest of the world.


Result

The Corporation’s operating profit improved significantly on the comparison
period and was EUR 54.7 million, or 6.1 percent of net sales. Metso Minerals’
profitability continued to improve and Metso Automation’s profitability remained
good. Metso Paper’s profitability improved on the comparison period, due to
improved efficiency and good capacity utilization. Metso Ventures recorded a
slight loss.

In the first quarter Metso’s net financial expenses were EUR 10 million (EUR 10
million in 1-3/04).

Metso’s profit before taxes from continuing operations was EUR 45 million. Taxes
from continuing operations totaled EUR 11 million, i.e. 23 percent of the
Corporation’s profit before taxes. No deferred tax assets have been booked with
respect to the losses sustained in the previous years of Metso’s U.S.
operations, which reduces the Corporation’s taxation rate (see notes).

Profit attributable to equity shareholders (net profit) for the review period
was EUR 35 million. Earnings per share from continuing operations were EUR 0.26,
while earnings per share from continuing and discontinued operations were EUR
0.26.


BUSINESSES

Metso Paper
                                          1-3/05        1-3/04        2004
                                             EUR           EUR         EUR
                                         million       million     million
Net sales                                    386           360       1,559
Operating profit (loss)                     17.7        (16.2)        48.0
   % of net sales                            4.6         (4.5)         3.1
Orders received                              354           436       1,726
                                         31.3.05       31.3.04    31.12.04
Order backlog                                918           864         946


Metso Paper’s net sales were EUR 386 million, up 7 percent on the comparison
period. The growth was mainly due to an increase in the deliveries of the Paper
business line. Aftermarket and maintenance services accounted for 32 percent of
the net sales (34% in 1-3/04).

Metso Paper’s operating profit was EUR 17.7 million, or 4.6 percent of net
sales. Metso Paper’s profitability improved on the comparison period due to the
efficiency improvement programs and increased capacity utilization. The
comparison period’s operating profit was burdened by nonrecurring costs. The
profitability of the Paper business line, in particular, improved. In contrast,
the Tissue business line still recorded a loss, although its market environment
has improved on the previous year.

The measures related to renewing Metso Paper’s business concept and streamlining
its cost structure are still underway. The remaining measures are aimed
particularly at renewing the business concept and streamlining the cost
structure of the Tissue business and outsourcing certain production functions.
No new nonrecurring costs related to cost structure streamlining were booked in
the first quarter of 2005. The program’s total expenses are estimated to be
approximately EUR 40 million, of which the remaining expenses are estimated to
be under EUR 15 million. Decisions related to the program carried out in 2004
will result in the reduction of Metso Paper’s personnel by about 700, of which
about 200 were implemented at the end of 2004 with the remainder due to be
implemented in the first half of 2005.

The value of orders received by Metso Paper was 19 percent lower than in the
comparison period and totaled EUR 354 million. New orders were mainly for
machinery and process rebuilds and maintenance services. The order backlog at
the end of March was in line with the end of 2004, and totaled EUR 918 million.


Metso Minerals
                                          1-3/05        1-3/04        2004
                                             EUR           EUR         EUR
                                         million       million     million
Net sales                                    338           284       1,366
Operating profit                            31.2          12.8       105.2
   % of net sales                            9.2           4.5         7.7
Orders received                              505           368       1,566
                                         31.3.05       31.3.04    31.12.04
Order backlog                                742           447         560


The net sales of Metso Minerals increased on the comparison period by 19 percent
and totaled EUR 338 million. Increased deliveries were experienced not only in
mining industry equipment, but also in crushing and screening equipment where
the increase was substantial. The relative share of aftermarket and maintenance
services decreased from the comparison period due to the strong growth of new
equipment and project investments and totaled 51 percent of net sales (59% in 1-
3/04).

The operating profit of Metso Minerals was EUR 31.2 million, or 9.2 percent of
net sales. Profitability improved due to increased delivery volumes and improved
productivity.

The value of orders received by Metso Minerals’ continuing operations in the
first quarter, EUR 505 million, was at an all-time high. The value of orders
received increased by 37 percent on the comparison period. The growth was
strongest in mining industry equipment, but orders concerning aggregates
production and metals recycling also increased substantially. Metso Minerals’
order backlog strengthened by 33 percent from the end of 2004 and was EUR 742
million at the end of March.


Metso Automation
                                          1-3/05        1-3/04        2004
                                             EUR           EUR         EUR
                                         million       million     million
Net sales                                    129           113         535
Operating profit                            13.6           5.9        69.6
   % of net sales                           10.5           5.2        13.0
Orders received                              145           140         570
                                         31.3.05       31.3.04    31.12.04
Order backlog                                194           175         176


Metso Automation’s net sales increased by 14 percent from the comparison year
and were EUR 129 million. In terms of market areas, the biggest increase was in
North America. Field equipment deliveries also increased on the comparison
period. Aftermarket and maintenance services accounted for 22 percent of net
sales (23% in 1-3/04).

Metso Automation’s profitability remained good and the operating profit was EUR
13.6 million, or 10.5 percent of net sales. Improved productivity resulting from
efficiency improvement had a positive effect on profitability.

The value of orders received by Metso Automation was at the level of the
comparison period, totaling EUR 145 million. Metso Automation’s order backlog
strengthened by 10 percent from the end of 2004 and was EUR 194 million at the
end of March.


Metso Ventures
                                          1-3/05        1-3/04        2004
                                             EUR           EUR         EUR
                                         million       million     million
Net sales                                     62            54         230
Operating loss                             (1.2)         (5.8)       (6.2)
   % of net sales                          (1.9)        (10.7)       (2.7)
Orders received                              101            46         213
Number of cars produced                    4,657         2,245      10,051
                                         31.3.05       31.3.04    31.12.04
Order backlog                                105           106          66
                                                                          


The net sales of Metso Ventures were up 15 percent on the comparison period, and
totaled EUR 62 million. The deliveries of Valmet Automotive increased, as
production of the new Porsche Boxster model started late last year. The
deliveries of the foundries included in Metso Ventures also increased, but Metso
Panelboard’s deliveries decreased compared with the comparison period.

The operating loss was EUR 1.2 million. The profitability of the foundries
continued to improve due to their good capacity utilization. Metso Panelboard’s
profitability was slightly better than in the comparison period. Valmet
Automotive’s result improved significantly, but the operating result was still a
loss.

The value of orders received by Metso Ventures increased by 120 percent on the
comparison period and was EUR 101 million. Metso Ventures’ order backlog
strengthened by 59 percent from the end of 2004 and was EUR 105 million at the
end of March. The market for Metso Panelboard’s products was better and the
order backlog doubled from the end of 2004.


Cash flow and financing

In the first quarter Metso Corporation’s net cash provided by operating
activities was EUR 129 million. Improved profitability strengthened the cash
flow. EUR 62 million was released from net working capital.

Net interest-bearing liabilities totaled EUR 374 million, which was EUR 121
million less than at the beginning of the year. Gearing, i.e. the ratio of net
interest-bearing liabilities to shareholders’ equity, was 36.2 percent, compared
with 49.7 percent at the beginning of the year. Metso’s equity to assets ratio
was 31.8 percent at the end of March.

Moody's Investors Service confirmed Metso’s existing long-term Ba1 credit rating
and changed the rating outlook from negative to stable on February 25, 2005.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services confirmed Metso’s existing long-term BB+
corporate rating, the BB rating on bonds issued and the EMTN program, and the B
rating on short-term credits, and kept the rating outlook as stable.


Capital expenditure

Metso’s gross capital expenditure including acquisitions totaled EUR 21 million
(EUR 19 million in 1-3/04).

During the review period, Metso Paper's subsidiary, Scandinavian Mill Service,
founded a joint venture together with the Spanish company, Sociedad Anónima
Industrias Celulosa Aragonesa (SAICA). The joint venture, named Scandinavian
Mill Service S.L., is responsible for the maintenance and service of SAICA's
mills in Zaragoza and El Burgo de Riebro, Spain. Metso's ownership in the joint
venture is 68.05 percent.


Divestitures

In March, Metso reached an agreement on the divestiture of its mechanical power
transmission equipment business (Metso Drives) to CapMan, a private equity
investor. Metso Drives Oy and its foreign subsidiaries were transferred to the
ownership of funds managed/advised by CapMan on April 8, 2005. The debt-free
price of the transaction was EUR 98 million. Related to the divestiture, Metso
will book a tax-free sales gain of approximately EUR 18 million for the second
quarter. In accordance with IFRS, the sales gain will be reported on the
Discontinued operations line, below the net result of Continuing operations. The
net result of Metso Drives will also be reported on the same line.


Research and development

Metso’s research and development expenses in the first quarter totaled EUR 25
million (EUR 25 million in 1-3/04), representing 2.8 percent of the
Corporation’s net sales.

During the review period, an Advantage DCT 200 tissue machine, featuring a
SymBelt TIS shoe press designed by Metso Paper especially for tissue production,
was started up at a customer mill.

A Metso Paper designed BCTMP (bleached chemithermomechanical pulp) line was
started up at Shandong Bohui Paper's mill in China. The plant is the world’s
largest single CD refiner line for BCTMP production and uses poplar as the raw
material.

During the review period, Metso Minerals supplemented its shear product family
by launching stationary and mobile shears designed for metal recycling
customers.


PERSONNEL

At the end of March, Metso Corporation’s continuing operations employed 21,824
persons, which was approximately the same as at the end of 2004. The whole
Corporation had 22,723 employees at the end of March. The figure includes 899
persons employed by Metso Drives which was divested in April.

Of the Corporation’s personnel, 39 percent were employed by Metso Paper, 37
percent by Metso Minerals, 15 percent by Metso Automation and 8 percent by Metso
Ventures. The Corporate Office and the Corporation’s shared service centers
employed 1 percent of Metso’s personnel.

The Corporation employed 38 percent of its total personnel in Finland, 12
percent in other Nordic countries, 13 percent in other European countries, 16
percent in North America, 6 percent in Asia-Pacific, 9 percent in South America
and 6 percent in the rest of the world.


Changes in the Executive Team

Metso Corporation's Board of Directors appointed Risto Hautamäki as President of
Metso Paper and a member of the Metso Executive Team as of April 1, 2005.


Shares

At the end of March, the number of Metso Corporation shares was 136,250,545 and
the share capital was EUR 231,625,926.50.

The Helsinki Stock Exchange traded 66.4 million Metso Corporation shares in the
first quarter, equivalent to a turnover of EUR 910 million. The share price on
March 31, 2005 was EUR 13.82. The highest quotation was EUR 14.90 and the lowest
EUR 11.31. The Corporation’s market capitalization on March 31, 2005 was EUR
1,883 million.

The New York Stock Exchange traded 2.4 million Metso ADRs (American Depository
Receipts), equivalent to a turnover of USD 41.4 million. The price of an ADR on
March 31, 2005 was USD 18.05. The highest quotation was USD 20.00 and the lowest
USD 14.70.

On February 21, 2005, Capital Research and Management Company announced a
decrease in the holding of Metso Corporation under its management. The holding
managed by Capital Research and Management Company on December 31, 2004 was
6,400,000 Metso shares. This holding amounts to 4.7 percent of Metso’s paid up
share capital and total votes. Previously,  as announced on April 17, 2002, the
holding had amounted to 6.29 percent of Metso’s paid up share capital and 4.97
percent of the total votes.

On March 8, 2005, UPM-Kymmene announced that they had sold their entire holding
of Metso Corporation shares. Previously, they had owned 14.6 percent of Metso’s
paid up share capital and votes.

On March 11, 2005, Deutsche Bank AG announced an increase in the Metso
Corporation shares held by Deutsche Bank AG and its subsidiary companies.
According to the announcement, on March 9, 2005 Deutsche Bank AG and its
subsidiary companies were in possession of 9,801,820 Metso shares to which they
had the dispositive rights. This holding amounts to 7.19 percent of the paid up
share capital of Metso Corporation. As part of this holding Deutsche Bank AG and
its subsidiary companies were in possession of 9,189,802 Metso shares to which
they had voting rights on March 9, 2005. This voting authority represents 6.74
percent of the total votes of Metso Corporation.


EVENTS AFTER THE REVIEW PERIOD

Decisions of the Annual General Meeting

Metso Corporation’s Annual General Meeting, held on April 4, 2005, endorsed the
financial statements for 2004 and voted to discharge the Board of Directors and
the President and CEO from liability. The Annual General Meeting approved the
Board’s proposals concerning authorizations to repurchase and dispose of the
Corporation's shares. The Annual General Meeting also authorized the Board to
decide on increasing the share capital by issuing new shares, convertible bonds
and/or stock options. Furthermore, it was decided to cancel stock options as
proposed by the Board of Directors.

The Annual General Meeting decided to establish a Nomination Committee of the
Annual General Meeting to prepare proposals for the following General Meeting in
respect of the composition of the Board of Directors and the remuneration of the
Directors. The Nomination Committee comprises representatives appointed by the
four biggest shareholders along with the Chairman of the Board as an expert
member. Furthermore, it was decided to amend the Articles of Association to
state that a person aged 68 years or more is not eligible to be elected to the
Board of Directors.


Composition of the Board of Directors

Metso Corporation’s Annual General Meeting, held on April 4, 2005, re-elected
Matti Kavetvuo as the Chairman of the Board and Jaakko Rauramo, Chairman of
SanomaWSOY Corporation, as the Vice Chairman of the Board. Svante Adde was
elected as a new member of the Board. The Board members re-elected were Maija-
Liisa Friman, President and CEO of Aspocomp Group Oyj, Satu Huber, Director of
Finance and Head of the Finance Division, State Treasury, and Juhani Kuusi, D.
Sc.(Tech.).

PricewaterhouseCoopers, a firm of Authorized Public Accountants, was re-elected
as the Auditor of the Corporation.

Pentti Mäkinen, who was elected by Metso’s Finnish personnel groups, will attend
the meetings of Metso’s Board of Directors as an invited personnel
representative starting from the Annual General Meeting of April 4, 2005 and
ending at the 2006 Annual General Meeting.


Dividend

The Annual General Meeting decided to distribute a dividend of EUR 0.35 per
share for the financial year that ended on December 31, 2004. The dividend was
paid to shareholders who have been entered as shareholders in the Corporation's
shareholder register maintained by the Finnish Central Securities Depository
Ltd. by the dividend record date, April 7, 2005. The dividend was paid on April
14, 2005.


DEUTSCHE BANK AG’S HOLDING IN METSO

On April 15, 2005, Deutsche Bank AG announced an increase in the holding by
Deutsche Bank AG and its subsidiary companies of the paid up share capital of
Metso Corporation. According to the announcement, on April 8, 2005, Deutsche
Bank AG and its subsidiary companies were in possession of 15,915,808 Metso
shares to which they had the dispositive rights. This holding amounts to 11.68
percent of the paid up share capital of Metso Corporation. As part of this
holding Deutsche Bank AG and its subsidiary companies were in possession of
15,569,254 Metso shares to which they had voting rights on April 8, 2005. This
voting authority represents 11.43 percent of the total votes of Metso
Corporation.

On April 20, 2005, Deutsche Bank AG announced a decrease in the holding by
Deutsche Bank AG and its subsidiary companies of the paid up share capital of
Metso Corporation. According to the announcement, on April 14, 2005, Deutsche
Bank AG and its subsidiary companies were in possession of 10,653,332 Metso
shares to which they had the dispositive rights. This holding amounts to 7.82
percent of the paid up share capital of Metso Corporation. As part of this
holding Deutsche Bank AG and its subsidiary companies were in possession of
9,898,778 Metso shares to which they had voting rights on April 14, 2005. This
voting authority represents 7.27 percent of the total votes of Metso
Corporation.


Short-term outlook

Improved capacity utilization in Metso Paper’s customer industries is expected
to maintain the good demand for rebuilds and aftermarket services, and to
gradually increase the willingness of customers to invest in new production
lines.

Metso Minerals’ strong order backlog provides a solid foundation for good net
sales growth. Demand for products related to aggregates production is expected
to remain good. Due to the strong investment activity in the mining industry,
the demand for products related to minerals processing is expected to remain
buoyant.

Metso Automation’s markets are expected to remain on par in both the power, oil
and gas industry and in the pulp and paper industry.

Metso Minerals and Metso Automation are expected to surpass the operating margin
targets set for 2005. However, the targets set for Metso Paper in 2005 are
challenging. The targets set for Metso Ventures are especially challenging due
to the structural changes implemented.

In total, Metso Corporation's measures streamlining the cost structure, the
strengthened order backlog and the first quarter result will support a
continuation of favorable profitability development and will help attain the
financial targets set for Metso Corporation for 2005, i.e. an operating margin
that is 6 percent of net sales and a 12-percent return on capital employed.
Should the favorable development continue, these targets could be exceeded.



Helsinki, April 27, 2005



Metso Corporation’s Board of Directors


CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME                                
                                                                 
                                            1-3/2005   1-3/2004  1-12/2004
(Millions)                                       EUR        EUR        EUR
Net sales                                        894        793      3,602
Cost of goods sold                             (656)      (603)    (2,673)
Gross profit                                     238        190        929
Selling, general and administrative            (189)      (203)      (798)
expenses
Other operating income and expenses, net           6          6        (7)
Reversal of Finnish pension liability              -          -         75
Operating profit                                  55        (7)        199
   % of net sales                               6.1%     (0.9)%       5.5%
Financial income and expenses, net              (10)       (10)       (59)
Profit on continuing operations before            45       (17)        140
tax
Income taxes on continuing operations           (11)        (3)         18
Profit on continuing operations                   34       (20)        158
Profit (loss) on discontinued operations           1        (3)       (14)
Profit (loss)                                     35       (23)        144
Profit (loss) attributable to minority             -          -        (1)
interests
Profit (loss) attributable to equity              35       (23)        143
shareholders
                                                                 
                                                                 
Earnings per share from continuing operations, EUR                        
 Basic                                          0.26     (0.15)       1.16
 Diluted                                        0.26     (0.15)       1.16
                                                                          
Earnings per share from discontinued operations, EUR                      
 Basic                                          0.00     (0.02)     (0.11)
 Diluted                                        0.00     (0.02)     (0.11)
                                                                          
Earnings per share from continuing and discontinued operations, EUR
 Basic                                          0.26     (0.17)       1.05
 Diluted                                        0.26     (0.17)       1.05



CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS                                      
                                                                 
ASSETS                                                           
                                                                            
                                                                            
                                               Mar          Mar          Dec
                                           31,2005      31,2004      31,2004
(In millions)                                  EUR          EUR          EUR
Non-current assets                                               
 Intangible assets                                               
   Goodwill                                    498          488          491
   Other intangible assets                      85          105           94
                                               583          593          585
 Property, plant and equipment                                              
   Land and water areas                         68           75           70
   Buildings and structures                    228          279          253
   Machinery and equipment                     271          324          307
   Assets under construction                    23           36           19
                                               590          714          649
 Financial assets                                                           
   Investments in associated                    18           15           17
   companies
   Available for sale investments               13           17           10
   Treasury stock                                -            1            1
   Loan and other interest bearing              13           13           15
   receivables
   Deferred tax asset                          156          129          159
   Other non-current assets                     14           17           37
                                               214          192          239
                                                                            
Total non-current assets                     1,387        1,499        1,473
                                                                            
Current assets                                                              
 Inventories                                   813          673          692
                                                                            
 Receivables                                                                
   Trade and other receivables                 769          786          790
   Cost and earnings of projects               123          221          190
   under construction in excess of
   advance billings
   Interest bearing receivables                 20           20           53
                                               912        1,027        1,033
                                                                            
 Cash and cash equivalents                     468          164          372
                                                                            
Total current assets                         2,193        1,864        2,097
                                                                            
Assets held for sale                           107          408            -
                                                                            
TOTAL ASSETS                                 3,687        3,771        3,570


SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY AND LIABILITIES                                      

                                                                            
                                               Mar          Mar          Dec
                                           31,2005      31,2004      31,2004
(In millions)                                  EUR          EUR          EUR
Equity                                                                      
 Share capital                                 232          232          232
                                                                            
 Other shareholders' equity                                                 
   Share premium reserve                        14           14           14
   Legal reserve                               228          228          228
   Cumulative translation                     (47)         (40)         (48)
   differences
   Treasury stock                                -            1            1
   Fair value and hedge reserves               (1)            -            -
   Other reserves                              202          202          202
   Retained earnings                           365          239          218
   Net profit (loss) for the period             35         (23)          143
 Equity attributable to shareholders         1,028          853          990
                                                                            
 Minority interests                              6            7            5
                                                                            
Total equity                                 1,034          860          995
                                                                            
Liabilities                                                                 
 Non-current liabilities                                                    
   Long-term debt                              832          929          885
   Post employment benefit                     152          232          171
   obligations
   Deferred tax liability                       20           33           16
   Provisions                                   43           51           31
   Other long-term liabilities                   3            9            6
 Total non-current liabilities               1,050        1,254        1,109
                                                                            
 Current liabilities                                                        
   Current portion of long-term                 14           15           19
   debt
   Short-term debt                              29          243           31
   Trade and other payables                  1,094        1,110        1,065
   Advances received                           308          201          227
   Billings in excess of cost and              127           45          124
   earnings of projects under
   construction
 Total current liabilities                   1,572        1,614        1,466
                                                                            
 Liabilities held for sale                      31           43            -
                                                                            
Total liabilities                            2,653        2,911        2,575
                                                                            
TOTAL SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY AND               3,687        3,771        3,570
LIABILITIES
                                                                            
                                                                            
NET INTEREST BEARING LIABILITIES                                            
                                                                            
Long-term interest bearing debt                832          929          885
Short-term interest bearing debt                43          258           50
Cash and cash equivalents                    (468)        (164)        (372)
Other interest bearing assets                 (33)         (33)         (68)
Total                                          374          990          495


CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED CASH FLOW STATEMENT

                                            1-3/2005   1-3/2004  1-12/2004
(Millions)                                       EUR        EUR        EUR
Cash flows from operating activities:                            
Net profit (loss) for the period                  35       (23)        143
Adjustments to reconcile net income                              
(loss)
to net cash provided by operating
activities
                                                                 
   Depreciation                                   26         29        115
   Provisions / Efficiency improvement           (5)        (6)       (11)
   programs
   Asset write-downs related to the                -          -         10
   efficiency improvement programs
   Other                                          22         25         23
Change in net working capital                     62        (2)         63
Cash flows from operations                       140         23        343
   Financing expenses, net                       (2)        (2)       (51)
   Taxes paid                                    (9)        (7)       (31)
Net cash provided by (used in) operating         129         14        261
activities
Cash flows from investing activities:                            
   Capital expenditures on fixed assets         (20)       (18)       (89)
   Proceeds from sale of fixed assets              9          5         39
   Business acquisitions, net of cash            (1)        (1)        (2)
   acquired
   Proceeds from sale of businesses                -         73        390
   (Investments in) proceeds from sale            35         12       (21)
   of shares and marketable securities
   Other                                         (1)          0        (5)
Net cash provided by (used in) investing          22         71        312
activities
Cash flows from financing activities:                            
   Dividends paid                                  -          -       (27)
   Net funding                                  (49)       (49)      (293)
   Other                                         (3)        (5)       (12)
Net cash provided by (used in) financing        (52)       (54)      (332)
activities
Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash          99         31        241
equivalents
Effect from changes in exchange rates            (3)          3          1
Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of        372        130        130
period
Cash and cash equivalents at end of              468        164        372
period


CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY

                    Share    Share   Cumu-     Fair Retain-    Equi-   Mino-    Total
                    capi-     pre-  lative    value      ed       ty    rity    equi-
                      tal     mium  trans-      and   earn-   attri-   inte-       ty
                               re-  lation    other    ings   butab-    rest
                             serve adjust-   reser-            le to
                                     ments      ves           share-
                                                              holders                                                   
                                                                                     
                                                                                     
                                                                              
(Millions)            EUR      EUR     EUR      EUR     EUR      EUR     EUR      EUR
                                                                                     
Balance at Dec        232       14    (48)      431     361      990       5      995
31, 2004
Effects of                                                                           
adopting IAS 39
 Treasury stock         -        -       -      (1)       -      (1)       -      (1)
 Cash flow              -        -       -        4       -        4       -        4
 hedges, net of
 tax
 Available-for-         -        -       -        2       -        2       -        2
 sale invest-
 ments, net of
 tax
 Other                  -        -       -        -       2        2       -        2
Balance at Jan 1,     232       14    (48)      436     363      997       5    1,002
2005
                                                                                     
Dividends               -        -       -        -       -        -       -        -
Translation             -        -       7        -       -        7       -        7
differences
Net investment          -        -     (6)        -       -      (6)       -      (6)
hedge losses
Cash flow hedges,       -        -       -      (7)       -      (7)       -      (7)
net of tax
Available-for-          -        -       -        0       -        0       -        0
sale investments,
net of tax
Other                   -        -       -        -       2        2       1        3
Net profit (loss)       -        -       -        -      35       35       -       35
for the period
Balance at Mar        232       14    (47)      429     400    1,028       6    1,034
31, 2005

The distributable funds of Metso Corporation at March 31, 2005 consist of
retained earnings (EUR 400 million) excluding accelerated depreciation and
untaxed reserves (EUR 5 million) and negative translation differences (EUR 47
million), and other reserves (EUR 202 million), totaling EUR 550 million. At the
end of the period Metso Corporation possessed 60 841 of its own shares.



ASSETS PLEDGED AND CONTINGENT LIABILITIES                                  

                                                            
                                              Mar 31, 2005            Dec 31, 2004
(Millions)                                             EUR                     EUR
Mortgages on corporate debt                              3                       2
Other pledges and contingencies                             
   Mortgages                                             2                       2
   Pledged assets                                        -                       4
Guarantees on behalf of associated                       -                       -
company obligations
Other guarantees                                         9                       9
                                                            
Repurchase and other commitments                        13                      15
Lease commitments                                      128                     142

Other guarantees include EUR 6 million guarantees given on behalf of sold
businesses. The respective buyers have indemnified Metso and have committed
themselves to release Metso from its guarantee obligations within agreed time
periods.

NOTIONAL AMOUNTS OF DERIVATIVE FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS                        

                                                           
                                              Mar 31, 2005            Dec 31, 2004
(Millions)                                             EUR                     EUR
Forward exchange rate contracts                      1,323                   1,770
Interest rate and currency swaps                         2                       2
Currency swaps                                           5                      73
Interest rate swaps                                    188                     188
Interest rate futures contracts                          0                      10
Option agreements                                           
   Bought                                               14                      10
   Sold                                                 33                      16
Electricity forward contracts 1)                       324                     329
1) Notional amount GWh                                      
                                                            
The notional amounts indicate the volumes in the use of derivatives, but do not
indicate the exposure to risk.

KEY RATIOS

                                           Mar 31,2005   Mar 31,2004  Dec 31,2004
                                                                                *
Earnings per share from continuing                0.26        (0.15)         1.16
operations, EUR
Earnings per share from discontinued              0.00        (0.02)       (0.11)
operations, EUR
Earnings per share from continuing and            0.26        (0.17)         1.05
discontinued operations, EUR
Equity/share, EUR                                 7.54          6.26         7.27
Return on equity (ROE), %                         15.0        (10.5)         15.9
Return on capital employed (ROCE), %              12.4         (0.6)         10.7
Equity to assets ratio, %                         31.8          24.4         30.9
Gearing, %                                        36.2         115.3         49.7
Average number of shares (thousands)           136,189       136,189      136,189
Average number of diluted shares               136,198       136,190      136,192
(thousands)

*) 1-12/2004 key figures excluding reversal of Finnish pension liability are
as follows: Earnings per share from continuing operations 0.75 eur, earnings
per share from discontinued and continuing operations 0.62 eur, return on
equity (ROE) 9.5% and return on capital employed (ROCE) 6.5%.


EXCHANGE RATES USED

                             1-3/      1-3/    1-12/  Mar 31,   Mar 31,    Dec 31,
                             2005      2004     2004     2005      2004       2004
USD (US dollar)            1.3111    1.2507   1.2433   1.2964    1.2224     1.3621
SEK (Swedish krona)        9.0737    9.1826   9.1250   9.1430    9.2581     9.0206
GBP (Pound sterling)       0.6936    0.6801   0.6786   0.6885    0.6659     0.7051
CAD (Canadian dollar)      1.6084    1.6492   1.6170   1.5737    1.5979     1.6416
BRL (Brazilian real)       3.4913    3.6214   3.6350   3.4744    3.5541     3.6177


BY BUSINESS AREA INFORMATION

NET SALES BY BUSINESS AREA                                                         
                                           1-3/        1-3/     4/2004-       1-12/
                                           2005        2004      3/2005        2004
(Millions)                                  EUR         EUR         EUR         EUR
Metso Paper                                 386         360       1,585       1,559
Metso Minerals                              338         284       1,420       1,366
Metso Automation                            129         113         551         535
Metso Ventures                               62          54         238         230
Intra Metso net sales                      (21)        (18)        (91)        (88)
Metso total                                 894         793       3,703       3,602


OTHER OPERATING INCOME (+) AND EXPENSES (-), NET, BY BUSINESS AREA
                                           1-3/        1-3/     4/2004-       1-12/
                                           2005        2004      3/2005        2004
(Millions)                                  EUR         EUR         EUR         EUR
Metso Paper                                 0.6         1.8      (17.9)      (16.7)
Metso Minerals                              4.3         0.9         4.1         0.7
Metso Automation                            0.0         0.0       (3.3)       (3.3)
Metso Ventures                            (0.3)       (1.4)       (1.0)       (2.1)
Corporate Office and other                  1.1         4.9        10.8        14.6
Metso total                                 5.7         6.2       (7.3)       (6.8)


REVERSAL OF FINNISH PENSION LIABILITY BY BUSINESS AREA
                                           1-3/        1-3/     4/2004-       1-12/
                                           2005        2004      3/2005        2004
(Millions)                                  EUR         EUR         EUR         EUR
Metso Paper                                   -           -        39.8        39.8
Metso Minerals                                -           -         4.9         4.9
Metso Automation                              -           -        13.7        13.7
Metso Ventures                                -           -        14.6        14.6
Corporate Office and other                    -           -         2.3         2.3
Metso total                                   -           -        75.3        75.3


OPERATING PROFIT (LOSS) BY BUSINESS AREA
                                           1-3/        1-3/     4/2004-       1-12/
                                           2005        2004      3/2005        2004
(Millions)                                  EUR         EUR         EUR         EUR
Metso Paper                                17.7      (16.2)        81.9        48.0
Metso Minerals                             31.2        12.8       123.6       105.2
Metso Automation                           13.6         5.9        77.3        69.6
Metso Ventures                            (1.2)       (5.8)       (1.6)       (6.2)
Corporate Office and other                (6.6)       (3.9)      (19.8)      (17.1)
Metso total                                54.7       (7.2)       261.4       199.5


ORDERS RECEIVED BY BUSINESS AREA                                                   
                                           1-3/        1-3/     4/2004-       1-12/
                                           2005        2004      3/2005        2004
(Millions)                                  EUR         EUR         EUR         EUR
Metso Paper                                 354         436       1,644       1,726
Metso Minerals                              505         368       1,703       1,566
Metso Automation                            145         140         575         570
Metso Ventures                              101          46         268         213
Intra Metso orders received                (16)        (19)        (83)        (86)
Metso total                               1,089         971       4,107       3,989


PERSONNEL BY BUSINESS AREA                                                         
                                         Mar 31, 2005   Mar 31, 2004   Dec 31, 2004
Metso Paper                                     8,458          9,127          8,660
Metso Minerals                                  8,133          8,180          8,048
Metso Automation                                3,256          3,253          3,267
Metso Ventures                                  1,680          1,562          1,637
Corporate Office and other                        297            240            293
Continuing operations                          21,824         22,362         21,905
Discontinued operations                           899          2,998            897
Metso total                                    22,723         25,360         22,802


QUARTERLY INFORMATION

                                                                          
NET SALES BY BUSINESS AREA                                                
                                     1-3/      4-6/      7-9/     10-12/      1-3/
                                     2004      2004      2004       2004      2005
(Millions)                            EUR       EUR       EUR        EUR       EUR
Metso Paper                           360       351       378        470       386
Metso Minerals                        284       344       340        398       338
Metso Automation                      113       135       140        147       129
Metso Ventures                         54        66        52         58        62
Intra Metso net sales                (18)      (17)      (23)       (30)      (21)
Metso total                           793       879       887      1,043       894


OTHER OPERATING INCOME (+) AND EXPENSES (-), NET, BY BUSINESS AREA
                                     1-3/      4-6/      7-9/     10-12/      1-3/
                                     2004      2004      2004       2004      2005
(Millions)                            EUR       EUR       EUR        EUR       EUR
Metso Paper                           1.8       1.6     (1.2)     (18.9)       0.6
Metso Minerals                        0.9       1.8       2.1      (4.1)       4.3
Metso Automation                      0.0       0.1       0.2      (3.6)       0.0
Metso Ventures                      (1.4)       0.0     (0.4)      (0.3)     (0.3)
Corporate Office and other            4.9       4.4       2.7        2.6       1.1
Metso total                           6.2       7.9       3.4     (24.3)       5.7


REVERSAL OF FINNISH PENSION LIABILITY BY BUSINESS AREA
                                     1-3/      4-6/      7-9/     10-12/      1-3/
                                     2004      2004      2004       2004      2005
(Millions)                            EUR       EUR       EUR        EUR       EUR
Metso Paper                             -         -         -       39.8         -
Metso Minerals                          -         -         -        4.9         -
Metso Automation                        -         -         -       13.7         -
Metso Ventures                          -         -         -       14.6         -
Corporate Office and other              -         -         -        2.3         -
Metso total                             -         -         -       75.3         -


OPERATING PROFIT (LOSS) BY BUSINESS AREA
                                     1-3/      4-6/      7-9/     10-12/      1-3/
                                     2004      2004      2004       2004      2005
(Millions)                            EUR       EUR       EUR        EUR       EUR
Metso Paper                        (16.2)      10.8      20.1       33.3      17.7
Metso Minerals                       12.8      27.7      28.2       36.5      31.2
Metso Automation                      5.9      12.9      19.6       31.2      13.6
Metso Ventures                      (5.8)     (2.0)     (8.8)       10.4     (1.2)
Corporate Office and other          (3.9)     (3.4)     (3.9)      (5.9)     (6.6)
Metso total                         (7.2)      46.0      55.2      105.5      54.7


CAPITAL EMPLOYED BY BUSINESS AREA
                                  Mar 31,  June 30,   Sep 30,    Dec 31,   Mar 31,
                                     2004      2004      2004       2004      2005
(Millions)                            EUR       EUR       EUR        EUR       EUR
Metso Paper                           452       389       397        323       275
Metso Minerals                        652       675       698        712       731
Metso Automation                      130       130       131        135       126
Metso Ventures                         40        50        25         39        39
Corporate Office and other            327       619       507        642       658
Continuing operations               1,601     1,863     1,758      1,851     1,829
Discontinued operations               447       113       114         80        79
Metso total                         2,048     1,976     1,872      1,931     1,908


ORDERS RECEIVED BY BUSINESS                                                       
AREA
                                     1-3/      4-6/      7-9/     10-12/      1-3/
                                     2004      2004      2004       2004      2005
(Millions)                            EUR       EUR       EUR        EUR       EUR
Metso Paper                           436       699       291        300       354
Metso Minerals                        368       374       373        451       505
Metso Automation                      140       154       146        130       145
Metso Ventures                         46        65        33         69       101
Intra Metso orders received          (19)      (24)      (20)       (23)      (16)
Metso total                           971     1,268       823        927     1,089



ORDER BACKLOG BY BUSINESS AREA                                                    
                                  Mar 31,  June 30,   Sep 30,    Dec 31,   Mar 31,
                                     2004      2004      2004       2004      2005
(Millions)                            EUR       EUR       EUR        EUR       EUR
Metso Paper                           864     1,211     1,124        946       918
Metso Minerals                        447       476       525        560       742
Metso Automation                      175       193       198        176       194
Metso Ventures                        106        73        55         66       105
Intra Metso order backlog            (47)      (53)      (50)       (43)      (40)
Continuing operations               1,545     1,900     1,852      1,705     1,919
Discontinued operations               132        85        78         53        57
Metso total                         1,677     1,985     1,930      1,758     1,976


ADOPTION OF IAS32 AND IAS39                                         
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS                                         

ASSETS                                  Dec 31,2004       Effect of     Jan 1,2005
                                                        adoption of
                                                         IAS 32 and
                                                             IAS 39
                                                                                  
                                                                                  
                                                                                  
(Millions)                                      EUR             EUR            EUR
Non-current assets                                                  
 Intangible assets                              585               -            585
 Property, plant and equipment                  649               -            649
 Financial assets                               239            (19)            220
Total non-current assets                      1,473            (19)          1,454
                                                                                  
Current assets                                                                    
 Inventories                                    692               -            692
 Receivables                                  1,033              13          1,046
 Cash and cash equivalents                      372               -            372
Total current assets                          2,097              13          2,110
                                                                                  
Assets held for sale                              -               -              -
TOTAL ASSETS                                  3,570             (6)          3,564

SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY AND LIABILITIES                                
                                        Dec 31,2004       Effect of     Jan 1,2005
                                                        adoption of
                                                         IAS 32 and
                                                             IAS 39
                                                                                  
                                                                                  
                                                                                  
(Millions)                                      EUR             EUR            EUR
Equity                                                                            
 Share capital                                  232               -            232
 Other shareholders' equity                     758               7            765
 Minority interests                               5               -              5
Total equity                                    995               7          1,002
                                                                                  
Liabilities                                                                       
 Non-current liabilities                      1,109            (22)          1,087
 Current liabilities                          1,466               9          1,475
 Liabilities held for sale                        -               -              -
Total liabilities                             2,575            (13)          2,562
                                                                                  
TOTAL SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY AND                3,570             (6)          3,564
LIABILITIES


Tax losses carried forward as of December 31, 2004 (under IFRS)

Country                       Amount    Deferred tax      Valuation   Deferred tax
                                               asset      allowance       asset in
                                                                     balance sheet
(Millions)                       EUR             EUR            EUR            EUR
                                                                    
Finland                          269              70              9             61
USA                              189              71             70              1
Germany                          103              36              9             27
Other                            111              33             18             15
Total                            672             210            106            104





Metso Corporation




Olli Vaartimo                            Kati Renvall
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About Us

Metso is a world-leading industrial company offering equipment and services for the sustainable processing and flow of natural resources in the mining, aggregates, recycling and process industries. With our unique knowledge and innovative solutions, we help our customers improve their operational efficiency, reduce risks and increase profitability. Metso employs over 14,000 people in more than 50 countries.

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