Exploring new applications for cellulose-based renewable raw material in Louveira, Brazil
Last year, Ahlstrom-Munksjö's plant in Louveira initiated a R&D project to introduce powder lignin into the formation. As the team started to look into lignin in a more detail to understand if and how they could use it, they quickly realized that they had something quite interesting on their hands.
The journey of developing a disruptive innovation into a commercial success in the Printed Circuit Board and Copper Clad Laminates industries
Sustainable practices are becoming crucial for future resource utilization and waste reduction in the Copper Clad Laminates (CCL) and Printed Circuit Board (PCB) industries.
Material matters in face masks – Ahlstrom-Munksjö produces civil face mask fabrics that have a unique filtration technique and high efficiency
“When the COVID-19 broke out, we realized that our expertise and global production platform could be used to answer the growing need of face mask materials both in healthcare and civil use. In Finland, there was demand for a high quality domestic solution that we wanted to respond to.”
Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s Genuine Vegetable Parchment turns typical plastic packaging into purposeful and sustainable solutions
Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s proprietary Genuine Vegetable Parchment (GVP) technology is proving its eco-friendly value combined with its strength and resilience in its new “Boil in a Bag” application.
Ahlstrom-Munksjö's new collaborative innovation creating sustainable fresh food packaging
Central Wisconsin based packaging company “The Paper People LLC” announced today the introduction of their new patent pending paper packaging. Developed throughout the past two years in conjunction with several large U.S. based retailers, their new line of automated form-fill seal and stand up pouch paper packaging is the solution for the future in single use packaging products.
Innovative water-purifying solution using Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s Disruptor® technology to help solve the problem of drinking water shortage
In 2019 Ahlstrom-Munksjö asked its employees to suggest projects or organizations that the company could support. One of the eight selected was Nanomaji, a startup that was born after a successful research collaboration between Aalto University and Ahlstrom-Munksjö in 2015. The company is owned by Jymy Parhiala, Emma-Sofie Kukkonen and Sanna Puhakainen.