A new method for adding liquid byproducts from the wood and forests industry into wood-plastic composites prior to manufacturing was developed in a new study from the University of Eastern Finland.

Ottobock has become the majority shareholder in Baltic Yachts with 80% and together the two companies will focus on the future and invest heavily in carbon fibre technology.

The VTT Technical Research Centre in Finland is developing methods to develop bio-based composite materials containing peat fibre, for the manufacture of consumer products and construction materials. The advantages of products containing peat fibre are their bio origins, low-cost, water ...

Researchers at VTT Technical Research Centre in Finland have developed a kitchen furniture framework material from plastic polymers reinforced with natural fibre. The new material reduces raw materials consumption by 25–30 per cent and the carbon footprint of production by ...

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