Neste Oil to use SAP platform for its enterprise resource planning (ERP) needs in the future

Espoo, Finland, 14-8-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — Neste Oil has selected SAP to provide the platform that will be used for its enterprise resource planning (ERP) needs in the future. Accurate information and advanced management tools are essential for Neste Oil’s businesses, as they make a major contribution to efficiency and, ultimately, profitability.

“We have devoted a lot of effort to this change project affecting our business activities and how we operate,” explains Lars Peter Lindfors, Neste Oil’s Senior Vice President, Technology. “SAP’s proven solutions and strong expertise in the oil and chemical industries will enable us to rapidly achieve the benefits we are looking for, we believe.”

“We are very pleased that one of Finland’s largest companies and an international pioneer in the oil and chemical sector has chosen SAP’s solutions,” says Marika Auramo, SAP’s Country Director in Finland. “This is a clear vote of confidence in the in-depth industry expertise that we can offer a leading company like Neste Oil.”

Neste Oil Corporation
Osmo Kammonen
Senior Vice President, Communications and Marketing

Further information:
Lars Peter Lindfors, Senior Vice President, Technology, tel. +358 10 458 3605
Tommi Tuovila, CIO, tel. +358 10 458 4075

Neste Oil in brief

Neste Oil Corporation is a refining and marketing company concentrating on low-emission, high-quality traffic fuels. The company produces a comprehensive range of major petroleum products and is the world’s leading supplier of renewable diesel. Neste Oil had net sales of EUR 17.5 billion in 2013 and employs around 5,000 people, and is listed on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki.

Neste Oil is included in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index, and has featured in The Global 100 list of the world’s most sustainable corporations for many years. Forest Footprint Disclosure (FFD) has ranked Neste Oil as one of the best performers in the oil & gas sector. Further information:


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