UPM Biofuels produces renewable and sustainable products for the transport and petrochemical industries. We offer our customers ways to replace fossil raw materials and reduce their carbon footprint.
Driving cleaner traffic
The fuels and chemicals of the future are already here. We produce renewable diesel and naphtha. Made in Finland.
What makes our biofuels so sustainable?
Saves fossil resources
Supports the circular economy
Drop-in biofuel and biofeed
Lowers GHG emissions
Unique sustainability certifications
Origin in sustainable forestry
No direct or indirect land use change
UPM BioVerno diesel and UPM BioVerno naphtha are both renewable and sustainable alternatives to fossil-based transport fuels.
Renewable UPM BioVerno naphtha, turpentine and pitch are wood-based alternatives to petrochemicals.
UPM Raflatac partners with Vellamo for bottled water industry’s first and only wood-based clear plastic label material
UPM Raflatac is partnering with Vellamo, Finland’s award-winning natural mineral water for a truly innovative sustainable label. Vellamo’s bottles feature UPM Raflatac Forest Film PP TM , the world’s first and only wood-based polypropylene plastic...
UPM Raflatac expands Forest Film product range with the industry’s first wood-based polyethylene label film
UPM Raflatac launches UPM Raflatac Forest Film PE™ to complement its range of sustainable film labeling solutions. The new PE film label takes UPM Raflatac forward in its quest for a smarter future beyond fossils, decreasing the use of fossil-base...
DSM announces partnership with SABIC and UPM Biofuels to create bio-based Dyneema®
Royal DSM, a global science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, and UPM Biofuels, a leading producer of sustainable raw materials, today announced a partnership that will help...
Almost every third Finnish family is recycling more thanks to children – Arla and UPM launch a new game to encourage recycling
Children’s interest in recycling plays a big role in the degree to which families recycle their household waste, a new survey by Arla Finland and UPM finds. Nearly every third Finnish family has increased recycling thanks to children. Kierrätyskam...