Cornerstone of the Finnish economy
Sawn timber was Finland’s fifth most important export item in 2018: its export value was EUR 1.8 billion. Sawmills utilise one third of the roundwood harvested in Finland annually, paying two thirds of forest owners’ stumpage earnings.
Sawn timber is a product that binds the carbon stored in forests for as long as centuries.
+358 20 779 0960
Säästöpankinranta 4 C 24, 00530 Helsinki
Finnish Sawmills Association
The Finnish Sawmills Association, established in 1945, promotes the interests of the independent sawmilling industry. The association has more than 30 member companies.
EOS GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 18 JUNE 2019 PRESS RELEASE On 18 June 2019, EOS, together with its Member, Fachverband der Holzindustrie Österreichs, hosted the EOS General Assembly and the EOS Board meeting in Vienna. The meeting was anticipated by the visit to the HoHo...
Finnish Sawmills Association has appointed M.Sc. Anniina Kostilainen as its manager of public relations Sahateollisuus ry is reinforcing its expertise Sahateollisuus ry (the Finnish Sawmills Association) is boosting its lobbying and advocacy. The association,...
Wood from Finland Conference in Helsinki More than three hundred professionals from 25 countries within the sawn softwood, logistics and education sectors gathered together on the 13th of Feb 2019 in Helsinki to participate the 17th Wood from Finland conference. The...
“Sawn softwood is not only traditional construction material but a modern, renewable, sustainable and climate mitigating material for various end-uses.“
Pekka Kopra, Chairman of the Board, Finnish Sawmills Association
+358 20 779 0960
Säästöpankinranta 4 C 24, 00530 HELSINKI
Association that promotes the interests of the Finnish sawmilling industry
The Finnish Sawmills Association promotes the business operations of its member companies by representing their interests. The association’s membership base consists of approximately 30 companies that operate throughout the country. Nearly all of our members are family companies with a face.