Valmet's stakeholders are existing and potential customers, existing and potential employees, suppliers and subcontractors, shareholders and investors, media, non-governmental organizations, authorities and local communities, research institutes, universities and vocational schools.
Valmet promotes its own and its stakeholders operations through active stakeholder dialogue of sustainability themes such as the development and implementation of energy and climate policy, legislation and regulation, and research and technology development (RTD) activities in environmental technology.
Valmet promotes energy efficient technology development and has a long tradition in supporting e.g. universities, in researching sustainable production technologies and finding new solutions. We also share our knowledge and raise awareness of eco-efficient products within our stakeholders for further discussions.
Continuous stakeholder dialogue
Valmet conducts annually an online stakeholder survey for collecting and analyzing stakeholder opinions. The process allows our stakeholders to express their views on Valmet’s sustainability performance and propose ideas for further development.
The web-based tool is open for all stakeholders and utilized in annual and one-off meetings with our stakeholders to gather feedback from as many stakeholder groups as possible.
The survey results are reviewed on a regular basis. All received information is collected and analyzed for the annual strategy review process to assess and evaluate potential new topics of concern and to update sustainability agenda accordingly.
Valmet participates in the Global Cleantech Summit
Valmet will join the Global Cleantech Summit 2015 in September 8-10 to highlight the opportunities that Valmet’s technologies and solutions can provide to pulp, paper, energy and other process industries in creating more value from each processed tonne of feedstock or fuel.
Valmet's stakeholder survey
The feedback received through a stakeholder survey indicates that Valmet’s main stakeholders confirm our current view on what’s important with regard to the company’s sustainability performance. The most important topics concern safety, sustainable solutions, ethical behavior and employee wellbeing.