Established 67 years ago, Pohjaset Oy is a growing family-owned business and the Pohjaset Group employs a total of 120 persons. The Group’s operating area covers large parts of Finland and Northern Sweden. In Finland, we have offices in Keminmaa, Kemi, Tornio, Oulu, Rovaniemi, Jyväskylä and Boden located in Sweden.

The Pohjaset Group consists of five companies (Pohjaset Oy, Pohjaset Logistics Oy , Pohjaset Recycling Oy, Pohjaset Kiinteistöpalvelut Oy and Pohjaset Ab) and the group’s business operations are divided into four business units: Bioenergy services, Recycling services, Logistics services and Factory services.

Excellent leadership, safety, professional development, continuous improvement and a strong will to succeed help us complete every project successfully and lay the foundation for the long-term partnerships we have with our customers.

Our company has a quality and environmental management system (SFS-EN ISO 9001:2015 and SFS-EN ISO 14001:2015) and an occupational safety and health management system (SFS-EN ISO 45001:2018) in place.


Our mission is to enable sustainable development and circular economy.

We strive to take care of the environment by producing recycled fuels and bioenergy, providing environmentally friendly recycling services and producing factory services as well as responsible and innovative logistical solutions.


We provide tailored services for our customers based on our partnership model:

We produce added value to our customers by combining our unique skills and services, which makes us the number one option for our partners.


  • Our customers are our partners
  • We value our employees
  • We promote safety and sustainability
  • Our operations are profitable
  • We keep what we promise

Together we succeed better!


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History and company profile

“Martti Pohjanen (father) started in the 1950s by delivering wood to the local sawmill using a tractor. Later on, he provided taxi services until the 1970s. In the 1960s, Martti expanded to earthworks, which continued all the way to the 1990s.”