Vision, mission and values

We have only seen the beginning of what fiber-based materials and solutions can do

Fibers are one of the wonders of nature forming the structural components of all that’s green. Modern technology has allowed the man to harness the strength, durability and versatility of fibers and put them to work in everyday products and applications. New fibers have been created from materials like glass and carbon pushing the boundaries even further.

At Ahlstrom-Munksjö we make smart things out of fiber. We add value by combining fibers with our advanced technology and innovative and entrepreneurial culture, constantly exploring novel materials and new applications. 

Sustainability, innovation and quality are central in all our solutions – compostable food and beverage processing and packaging materials, filter media, diagnostic materials, protective surgical fabrics and water filters are only the beginning. This is why when we imagine the future, we imagine fiber.

Vision

The global leader in chosen growth segments. 

Mission

Our mission is to expand the role of fiber-based solutions for a sustainable everyday life.

Our offering includes filter materials, release liners, food and beverage processing materials, decor papers, abrasive and tape backings, electrotechnical paper, glass fiber materials, medical fiber materials and solutions for diagnostics as well as a range of specialty papers for industrial and consumer end-users.

Values

We combine long-term commitment with the courage to prioritize

Building long-term relationships within and outside our company, based on clear strategic choices, trust, respect and engagement.

Teamwork

Focusing on collaboration and common targets while delivering results through applying a pragmatic approach, a safety mindset and clear accountability.

Passionate to innovate and improve

Recognizing our achievements and being innovative and open to change to become more sustainable and increase the value for our customers, owners and employees. 

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