Visitors from Hokkaido University at Jujo Thermal

One of the strategic aims of Jujo Thermal Ltd. is to serve as a bridge between Finland and Japan by fostering the synergy between both countries' technology and culture. In line with this Jujo Themal’s Kauttua-factory was visited by 23 students and two teachers from the Hokkaido University. They got introduced to the products, processes, and production operations of the company.

Hokkaido University dates back to 1876. Today, it is a globally acclaimed university and research institution with 2,000 academicians and 18,200 students from all over the world. The main campus is in Sapporo. The University has earned a reputation for pioneering research and it has established strong links with, for instance, the paper industry. Consequently, Jujo Thermal’s factory was an appreciated excursion target for its students.

We educate international experts of future technologies and business operations. We are grateful we had the chance to visit Jujo Thermal. The company made a great impression on us”, says Mr Mikio Masaki at Hokkaido University.   

The factory visit was a valuable and positive experience for the Japanese visitors, as Jujo Thermal is a member of the Nippon Paper Corporation.   

 

For more information: HR & ICT Director Marko Kallio (marko.kallio@jujothermal.com)