The Board of Directors of Ponsse Plc Decided on Share-based Incentive Plans
Ponsse's Financial Statements for 1 January - 31 December 2022
Ponsse's 19,000th forest machine completed at Vieremä factory
On 17 February, the 19,000th PONSSE forest machine was handed over to Scottish long-term customer Elliot Henderson Ltd, with the Royal Burgh of Annan Pipe Band playing in the background. The PONSSE Scorpion Giant harvester with H8 harvester head will work at logging sites in the Scottish Borders and Scottish Lowlands.
Katja Paananen appointed Chief Responsibility Officer at Ponsse
Ponsse group technology company Epec builds a responsible and smart factory
Epec invests in a responsible new electronics factory in Seinäjoki Finland, aiming for carbon neutrality.
PONSSE HH360 rotator for harvester head
Ponsse launches new PONSSE HH360 harvester head rotator. The new rotator is an innovative solution in which the harvester head can rotate 360° degrees freely without limitations. With PONSSE HH360 the hoses stay in a fixed position from crane tip to rotator, all the time. Now launched rotator enables the harvester head rotating freely without worry about unexpected downtime caused from twisted hoses.
Ponsse once again one of the most reputable companies in Finland
Ponsse is the second most reputable company in Finland in 2022, behind the game development company Supercell and ahead of the lift and escalator company Kone.
Ponsse does not distribute additional dividend from financial year 2021
Ponsse North America, Inc expands to southern USA
Ponsse North America, Inc has expanded its operations to Midway, Florida which is right outside of Tallahassee. The main factors that influenced this development are the growing demand for cut-tolength wood and an increase in machine sales in the south. Our goal at Ponsse is to provide our customers with the best parts and service performance that we can offer.
Ponsse’s financial reporting in 2023
Ponsse's Interim Report for 1 January - 30 September 2022
THL initiated cooperation with Savo Vocational College, Finnish Forest Industries Federation and Ponsse to increase the number of women in the forest sector
The aim of the Dismantling Segregation project carried out by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) and the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health is to dismantle gender segregation in working life. The project aims to increase the number of women in the forest sector together with Savo Vocational College, Finnish Forest Industries Federation and Ponsse. The project offers training and tools for partners to dismantle gender segregation in the forest sector. At the same time, the aim is to strengthen regional cooperation in Eastern Finland.
Tiina Kautonen appointed as CHRO at Ponsse Plc