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 responds to the growing need for renewable packaging materials by unveiling industry’s first wood-based film material
(UPM, Helsinki, 15 August 2019 at 10:00 EET) – UPM Raflatac is pleased to announce it is the first label material producer to bring a new wood-based polypropylene film material into the market. The UPM Raflatac Forest Film™ label material has been...
New leader for UPM Biofuels
Panu Routasalo is appointed Vice President, UPM Biofuels. Panu has an extensive experience in the industry, most recently as the Sales Director for UPM Biofuels. Panu succeeds Sari Mannonen , who has decided to leave the company to pursue...
UPM supports the Baltic Sea Action Group's operations to prevent eutrophication
UPM continues its long-standing co-operation with the Baltic Sea Action Group (BSAG) to prevent eutrophication in the Baltic Sea and in Finnish waters. "Preventing eutrophication requires collaboration between various parties. We are able to...
Wood-based UPM BioVerno diesel reduces tailpipe emissions
(UPM, Helsinki, 7 March 2019 at 10.00 EET) - The latest results from the off-road vehicle test carried out at Vuosaari Harbour, Helsinki, confirm that renewable UPM BioVerno diesel reduces tailpipe emissions. The test in the Vuosaari Harbour focus...