Backman-Trummer Group

Adolf Lahti

Oy Adolf Lahti Yxpila Ab is a modern, professional operator in the machinery business, offering versatile industrial services in the Kokkola and Pietarsaari region. We perform smaller as well as large scale tasks with precision and according to the demands of the client.

We are a part of the international KWH Group. In cooperation with Oy M. Rauanheimo Ab we combine sea and road transports as well as factory and mining industry services into a seamless whole, benefiting our client's operations.


News

Oy Adolf Lahti Yxpila Ab:n toiminta laajenee Metsä Groupin Äänekosken tehdasintegraatissa

1.6.2018 alkaen vastaamme biotuotetehtaan jakelukeskuksen lastaustoimintojen lisäksi myös tehdasintegraatin sisäisistä sellun ja kartongin kuljetuksista. Kuljetussopimus on merkittävä ja toivottu lisäurakka lastaustoimintojemme rinnalle ja se edesauttaa yhteisten synergiahyötyjen saavuttamista.

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01.09.2017 Personnel news

Forestry Engineer Pekka Pöllänen has been appointed Sales Director at Oy Adolf Lahti Yxpila Ab as of September 1, 2017.

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27.04.2017 Open Vacancies

Oy Adolf Lahti Yxpila Ab has open vacancies. You can find more information on our Finnish website.

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11.07.2016 Personnel news

Forestry engineer Antti Ylitalo (33) has been appointed project manager at Adolf Lahti as of 15.08.2016.

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Selected articles from our customer magazine

Adolf Lahti takes charge of wood handling for UPM-Kymmene in Pietarsaari

Oy Adolf Lahti Yxpila Ab, which is part of the Backman-Trummer Group, will take responsibility for production-related wood handling at UPM-Kymmene’s mills in Pietarsaari. The contract was won in a tough competition with major suppliers in the wood handling sector and it comprises the handling, storing, and feeding of pulpwood, chips and sawdust into the mills’ processes. It also covers the by-products of the Alholma sawmill, which is located in the vicinity of the UPM facilities, and involves the hauling of imported wood chips and pulpwood from the port to the mill.

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