Personal Chemistry – Maisa Kantola

A foggy morning is turning into a beautiful autumn day as I find myself following Maisa’s red car on the serpentine roads of Rymättylä. We park our cars on a small footpath and Maisa hands…

Personal chemistry – Toni Koski

It’s 5am, and I’m meeting Toni, director of operations at the Mietoinen plant, beside the door of Target Gym. Why this early? That was the question on my mind at 4am, when I started my…

Annual Sports Campaign 2020

The theme this time of the year seems to be gyms where beautiful and happy people exercise, miraculously without perspiring. Also trending are a plethora of wellness diets which promise (for a measly 120€/month) not…

Finnamyl pleased about good organic crop

Finnamyl Group consists of Finnamyl Oy’s plant in Kokemäki and Lapuan Peruna Oy’s in Lapua. Together, these two facilities work with 360 contract farmers, who will deliver 170,000 tons of starch potatoes to the plants…

Personal Chemistry – Jari Immonen

In the first installment of this series, Harri invited Jari Immonen, director of operations at the special chemistry plant in Kaipiainen, to tell us about his passion, music. Jari accepted the challenge, and we headed…

Apollo-project

The Apollo project was launched with the CanSat project in March 2018 here at the upper secondary school in Petalax. Thanks to the CanSat’s, which are small satellites in soda cans that we built, we came closer to space,…

Laatua liedeltä

Personal Chemistry – Harri Heikkinen

A look at Harri Heikkinen opens our new series of profiles, which we hope will offer an introduction to those Chemigate employees our customers may not have met yet. In these lighthearted articles with lively…

Annual Sports Campaign 2019

Chemigate’s annual sports campaign here. I hope you’ve sharpened your skates and upgraded your sweatband because in just a week we are going go hunting for exercise points. About a dozen companies are taking part…

Chemigate’s Vaasa office has been closed

Chemigate’s Vaasa office has been closed. Any mail sent to that location will no longer find its way to us.

Retrogradation, what’s up with that?

1 Introduction Monday morning 7:00 AM and Roger was feeling blue. He was slicing bread for, well, for himself. The staled wheat surface offered some response partly turning into crusts below the sharp, serrated knife…