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Stora Enso (Stora Enso) is a world-renowned paper products manufacturer headquartered in Finland, formerly known as the historic large copper mine in Falun, Sweden, so the company is sometimes referred to as the world's oldest company still in operation. The current Stora Enso company was formed by the merger of Stora and Enso in 1998, mainly producing biomaterials, printing paper, renewable packaging paper and so on.

Neste Oil, a leading Finnish oil group, was founded in February 1948 under the umbrella of the Finnish multinational corporation; in April 2005, it was spun off from FORTUM and publicly listed. Neste is mainly engaged in natural gas sales, petroleum refining, oil sales, petrochemicals, oil and gas exploration and development, among which engine lubricants, industrial lubricants, automotive chemicals and other areas of products in the world are second to none.

La Plata University of Technology (LUT; Lappeenrannan teknillinen korkeakoulu), one of the most prestigious Finnish universities of technology, was founded in 1969 and is located in La Plata, South Carolina, with the main faculties of engineering, business, industrial engineering and management. It has a strong research capability in pattern recognition and artificial intelligence, information and communication technology, forestry, electrical engineering, energy, and economics, and enjoys a high reputation worldwide.

Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT) is a public university in Finland, founded in 1969 and located in the city of Lappeenranta. Lappeenranta University of Technology has strong research capabilities in areas such as green energy technology.

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