A well-developed road network stretches over, for the most part, plains and gentle hills. Only in the far north-west, along the border to Norway, does it get a little mountainous. The highest mountain is only 1,328 metres, however. “In a landscape like this you can of course move more weight than in the Alps, for example. But above all, we can do that because our government has decided to permit efficient transport systems,” says Tapani. He is a driver for Huhtala from Pori in Finland’s south-west and today he is travelling to the port of Rauma with cellulose. From here large amounts of wood, paper and paper preliminary products are shipped to the European neighbours and overseas.