Forest-derived biomass as an alternative to fossil fuels.


Wood fuel

A viable alternative to fossil fuels—biomass derived from sustainably managed forests.


Mixed woodchips

Unprocessed woodchips containing 10–12 percent of bark and 1–4 percent of ash content relative to the total weight. The moisture content of standard woodchips ranges between 40 to 50 percent.

Softwood woodchips

Woodchips with 1–2 percent of bark content, corresponding to the quality required for wood pulp production. Ash content comprises 0.5–1 percent of the total weight, while moisture content ranges between 45 to 55 percent.


Woodchips from logging residues, with 12–13 percent of bark content and 3–4 percent of ash content of the total weight. Logging residue woodchips contain 40 to 50 percent of moisture content.


Split ash, oak, birch, or alder wood, with a log length of 20–60 cm, 6–15 cm in diameter, and moisture content of 15–25 percent.

Rapidly growing woodchip production

Our output currently stands at                  1 300 000 megawatt-hours a year, ensuring steady and reliable deliveries to biomass power plants across the Baltics and Scandinavia.

Most powerful and cutting-edge equipment

PATA owns the most modern and powerful wood-chipping machinery which can produce tailor-made woodchip fractions of consistent size.


PATA produces briquettes from spruce and pine sawdust to maximise the use of by-products from the sawn timber production process.

Our softwood briquettes are high-quality, economical, and energy-efficient fuel.