Varkaus


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Varkaus

(vär`kous), town (1996 pop. 24,096), Eastern Finland prov., S central Finland, on Lake Saimaa. In an abundant forest region, it is a major timber, pulp, and paper-manufacturing center. Lake ships are also produced.
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Contract notice: Designing a new swimming pool in varkaus
In addition, the Varkaus kraftliner mill is expected to reach full production during the second half of 2017.
8%, primarily due to the ramp-ups at Varkaus kraftliner and Beihai consumer board mills.
Set up in 2009, the JV, in which Stora Enso owns the other 51%, provides maintenance services at Stora Ensoa[euro](tm)s Heinola, Imatra, Oulu, Uimaharju, Varkaus and Veitsiluoto mills in Finland.
Effects of a doctors' strike on primary care utilization in Varkaus, Finland.
10, 1938, in Varkaus, Finland, daughter of Viljo and Laila (Pursiainen, Reponen) Reijonen.
K2 Energy also has significant experience in the pre-operational stage of battery manufacturing, in particular providing technology and licensing support to European Batteries Oy's lithium battery manufacturing facility in Varkaus, Finland.
Further airports, including Savonlinna and Varkaus, were closed yesterday evening.
The Finnish-Swedish forest group Stora Enso and Neste Oil are partners in a biofuels demonstration facility at Varkaus in southern Finland.
on the fine paper side, PM 1 at the Varkaus mill in Finland is earmarked for closure, taking out 95,000 metric tons/yr of woodfree coated capacity
But Billy Janniro is still missing due to his knee and shoulder injuries, Morten Risager is absent due to this weekend's World Under 21 Championship quarter-final at Varkaus in Finland, and Jason Bunyan is riding for Premier League Isle of Wight at Edinburgh.
In Varkaus, in the South-East of Finland, thousands of paper milk and orange juice cartons, crushed into blocks weighing nearly a tonne each, covering an area of 1,400 m2, are being transformed into paper card, steam and electricity, and uniquely in the world, into aluminium powder.