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STOCK EXCHANGE RELEASE 28 Oct 2005

INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2005

JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP OYJ     Stock Exchange Notice
                           October 28, 2005 at 8.30 a.m.       1(16)

INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2005

The Jaakko Pöyry Group's net sales for the period under review were EUR
378.3 (344.7 in the same period 2004) million. Profit before taxes was
EUR 26.9 (21.2) million.

The Group's consolidated balance sheet is healthy. The equity ratio was
50.7 (49.6) per cent and the net debt/equity ratio (gearing)
-23.6 (-26.9) per cent.

Earnings per share were EUR 1.27 (1.05) and the return on investment
24.4 (20.0) per cent.

The order stock was EUR 420.3 million. It increased by EUR 47.1 million
during the period under review.

Consolidated net sales will increase during 2005. Profit before taxes
will improve in 2005.

Adoption of IFRS standards

The Jaakko Pöyry Group reports its accounts according to the
International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) from the beginning of
2005. All comparable figures for 2004 in this Interim Report are also in
accordance with IFRS. The main adjustments to the statement of income
and balance sheet relate to calculation and recording of pension
arrangements, deferred tax receivables and goodwill. As the Group's
accounting and reporting principles already have been largely in line
with the IFRS standards, the adoption of IFRS standards does not have
any other significant effects on the Group's profit, balance sheet and
equity.

The Jaakko Pöyry Group published a separate stock exchange notice on
February 3, 2005 regarding the impact of the IFRS changes. The same
information is included in the Financial Statements part of the Annual
Report 2004.

Business groups

Forest Industry

Net sales for the period under review were EUR 148.9 (136.2 million).
Operating profit amounted to EUR 14.7 (11.9) million. The operating
profit for the third quarter was particularly good because of items from
completed projects.

Investment activity in the forest industry has remained low. Demand has
focused on rebuild and maintenance investments. Demand for consulting
services increased slightly during the review period.

Taking into account the market situation, the business group's order
stock has remained good. The most significant new project was the new
pulp mill project of Botnia S.A. in Uruguay (EUR 15 million). In
addition, several rebuild and maintenance investments and consulting
assignments have been added to the order stock. The order stock was EUR
78.3 million (EUR 82.5 million, end of 2004).


Energy                                                         2(16)

Net sales for the period under review were EUR 114.5 (104.2) million.
Operating profit was EUR 5.9 (4.5) million.

Demand for energy-related services has remained good and the business
group has strengthened its market position.

The order stock has remained good, increasing to EUR 197.6 (171.8)
million. The most important new projects were Amata Power Ltd's gas-
fired cogeneration power plant in Thailand (EUR 32 million), Brunei
Shell Petroleum's design engineering and services contract in Brunei
(EUR 10 million) and the frame agreement for engineering services signed
with Tecnicas Reunidas in Spain (EUR 10 million). Furthermore, numerous
small and medium-size projects in Europe and Asia were added to the
order stock.

Infrastructure & Environment

Net sales for the period under review were EUR 114.6 (104.8) million.
Operating profit was EUR 6.2 (4.9) million.

Demand for the business group's services has remained basically stable.
Investments in traffic systems in Germany have remained low. In Eastern
Europe, including Russia, demand and investments are growing, which has
had a positive impact on the result for the period under review.

The order stock amounted to EUR 144.2 (118.8) million. The order stock
is good. The order stock of GKW GmbH, which was acquired at the end of
July, was EUR 22.0 million at the end of September. The most important
new projects were the project management contract for the Olkiluoto
nuclear power plant in Finland, the railway management agreement with
the Finnish Rail Administration and the extensions of transportation
project contracts in Venezuela and Taiwan (EUR 8.2 million). In
addition, numerous small and medium-size projects in all of the business
group's areas of operation in Europe and Asia were added to the order
stock.

Group structure

Forest Industry

Jaakko Pöyry AB, Sweden, acquired the entire share capital of
Scancontrol AB at the end of June. Scancontrol's net sales are about EUR
4 million and it has a staff of 55. The company has been consolidated
into the Jaakko Pöyry Group as of July 1, 2005.

Founded in 1995, Scancontrol is an automation and electrical engineering
company specialising in industrial applications. Its main offices are in
Lund and Helsingborg in southern Sweden. The company's expertise covers
automation and electrical design for the paper, packaging and converting
sectors.

The merger of Jaakko Pöyry Consulting Oy into its parent company Jaakko
Pöyry Group Oyj has been registered with the Trade Register on August
31, 2005. The purpose of the merger was to clarify the corporate
structure of the Jaakko Pöyry Group and to simplify administration.

Energy

There were no changes in the Energy business group's structure during
the period under review.

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Infrastructure & Environment

At the beginning of July, JP-Transplan Ltd, Finland, acquired the entire
share capital of Inframan Ltd. Inframan Ltd's net sales are about EUR
0.7 million and it has a staff of seven. The acquisition of Inframan Ltd
expands Jaakko Pöyry Group's life-cycle expertise in transportation
infrastructure asset management in Finland and the rest of northern
Europe.

At the end of July, the Jaakko Pöyry Group acquired the entire share
capital of GKW GmbH in Germany. The transaction price was EUR 6.3
million. The company is debt-free. GKW's net sales for 2004 amounted to
about EUR 30 million and its operating profit was EUR 0.7 million. GKW
has operations in various locations in Germany and it has 270 employees.
The company has been consolidated into the Jaakko Pöyry Group as of
September 1, 2005. GKW's net sales for September were EUR 2.4 million,
and its effect on the Group's result was neutral. The company's order
stock on September 30, 2005 amounted to EUR 22.0 million.

GKW GmbH strengthens the Jaakko Pöyry Group's market position in the
water and environment sector especially in Western Europe and also in
the international markets relying on public funding. The company is
market leader in its sector in Germany and it has a strong position in
international markets, especially in Africa.

Order stock

The Group's order stock is good. It increased by EUR 47.1 million during
the period under review, totalling EUR 420.3 million at the end of
September. At the end of 2004 the order stock was EUR 373.2 million. The
order stock has continued to develop favourably after the review period.
The most important projects received after the review period include
engineering services for Myllykoski's new paper machine to be built in
the Czech Republic (more than EUR 10 million) and the underground
station and tunnel engineering contract in Canton Zurich in Switzerland
(EUR 8 million).

Capital expenditure

The Group's capital expenditure for the period under review totalled EUR
16.5 (11.5) million, of which EUR 5.5 (4.9) million consisted of
computer software, hardware and systems and EUR 11.0 (6.6) million were
due to share investments.

Share capital and shares

The total number of shares at the end of 2004 was 14 109 851. During the
period under review 387 450 new shares were subscribed based on warrants
pursuant to the Bond Loan with Warrants issued in 1998. Following the
registration of the subscribed shares, the number of shares totalled
14 497 301.

The merger of Jaakko Pöyry Consulting Oy into its parent company Jaakko
Pöyry Group Oyj has been registered with the Trade Register on August
31, 2005. The shareholders of Jaakko Pöyry Consulting Oy were disbursed
a merger consideration in new shares issued by Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj.
Following the issuance of the new shares, the registered share capital
of the company increased by EUR 47 735 from EUR 14 497 301 to EUR
14 545 036 and the total number of authorised shares increased to
14 545 036.

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The subscription period based on warrants pursuant to the Bond Loan with
Warrants issued in 1998 ended on April 30, 2005. The warrants carried
subscription rights for a total of 1 300 000 shares of which 1 299 015
shares have been subscribed based on the warrants.

Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj issued in 2004 stock options to the management of
the Group as well as to a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jaakko Pöyry Group
Oyj. The stock options entitle to subscription of a maximum of 550 000
shares in Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj. Each stock option entitles the holder
to subscribe one share in the company. The share subscription periods
are the following: for 165 000 shares between March 1, 2007 and March
31, 2010, for 165 000 shares between March 1, 2008 and March 31, 2011,
and for 220 000 shares between March 1, 2009 and March 31, 2012. All
stock options have been issued and their receipt confirmed.

The Annual General Meeting on March 3, 2005 authorised the Board of
Directors to decide on an increase in the share capital by a new issue
and/or by taking a convertible loan and/or by issuing option rights so
that based on the new issue, the convertible bonds and the option rights
the share capital can be increased by a maximum of EUR 1.0 million by
issuing for subscription a maximum of 1.0 million new shares. The
authorisation is in force until March 3, 2006.

The Annual General Meeting authorised the Board of Directors to acquire
and convey the company's own shares to a maximum of 700 000 shares,
which equals less than 5 per cent of the company's share capital. The
authorisations are in force until March 3, 2006.

The Annual General Meeting decided that a dividend of EUR 1.20 be
distributed per outstanding share for 2004 (for 2003 1.00 and additional
dividend 0.50), totalling EUR 16.9 million. The dividend was paid on
March 15, 2005.

The company's shares are quoted on the Helsinki Stock Exchange. The
average trading price during the period under review was EUR 25.73, with
a high of EUR 29.00 and a low of EUR 22.20. A total of 3.5 million of
the company's shares were traded, equalling 24.2 per cent of the total
number of shares and corresponding to a turnover of EUR 90.5 million.

Prospects

Demand for forest industry engineering services is not expected to
change during the rest of the year. The number of new investments in
Europe and North America is expected to remain low during 2005 and
investments will primarily focus on modernisations. However, large new
investments are expected to go ahead during this and next year mainly in
South America. Demand for consulting and investment banking services is
growing in industrialised countries as well as in emerging markets. The
Forest Industry business group's operating profit will improve somewhat
in 2005.

The recovery of energy markets in the Far East, China and partly also in
Europe, and the expansion of the EU, create good opportunities for
growth in demand for energy-related services. This applies in particular
to renewable energy, plant modernisations and management consulting
services. The market position of the Energy business group has improved
and its order stock is good. The business group's operating profit will
improve in 2005.

Demand for the Infrastructure & Environment business group's traffic
systems expertise has remained good in emerging markets. Demand for

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traffic systems expertise remains slack in Germany. In the water and
environment sector, demand is expected to remain good. Demand for
building services has picked up in all of this business area's main
markets, i.e. in Finland, the Baltic countries and Russia. The business
group's order stock is good. Its operating profit will improve in 2005.

The Group has a solid market position in all of its business groups. The
order stock increased during the period under review. The Group's
balance sheet structure and liquidity are good. Consolidated net sales
will increase in 2005. Profit before taxes will improve in 2005.


Vantaa, October 27, 2005

JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP OYJ
Board of Directors

JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP OYJ



Erkki Pehu-Lehtonen                 Teuvo Salminen
President and CEO                   Deputy to President and CEO


Additional information by:
Erkki Pehu-Lehtonen, President and CEO, Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj
tel. +358 9 8947 2999, +358 400 468 084
Teuvo Salminen, Deputy to President and CEO, Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj
tel. +358 9 8947 2872, +358 400 420 285
Satu Perälampi, Investor Relations Manager, Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj
tel. +358 9 8947 3002, +358 40 526 3388

www.poyry.com


DISTRIBUTION:
Helsinki Stock Exchange
Major media
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JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP


Consolidated Statement of      7-9/05 7-9/04 1-9/05   1-9/04   1-12/04
Income
EUR million

NET SALES                       125.1  110.4  378.3    344.7     473.9

Other operating income            0.5    0.0    0.7      0.3       2.1
Share of associated companies'    0.3    0.1    0.7      0.3       0.5
results

Materials and supplies          -18.9  -16.6  -49.6    -43.8     -64.9
Personnel expenses              -66.6  -60.2 -209.2   -197.8    -266.4
Depreciation                     -1.9   -2.2   -5.9     -6.7      -9.1
Other operating expenses        -28.7  -24.1  -89.1    -76.3    -106.2

OPERATING PROFIT                  9.8    7.4   25.9     20.7      29.9
Proportion of net sales, %        7.8    6.7    6.8      6.0       6.3

Financial income                  0.8    0.5    1.4      1.0       1.6
Financial expenses               -0.4   -0.4   -0.6     -0.6      -0.8
Exchange rate differences         0.2    0.1    0.2      0.1       0.2

PROFIT BEFORE TAXES              10.4    7.6   26.9     21.2      30.9
Proportion of net sales, %        8.3    6.9    7.1      6.2       6.5

Income taxes                     -3.2   -1.4   -8.5     -6.1     -10.0

NET PROFIT FOR THE PERIOD         7.2    6.2   18.4     15.1      20.9

Attributable to:
Equity holders of the parent      7.4    6.1   18.2     14.5      19.7
company
Minority interest                -0.2    0.1    0.2      0.6       1.2

Earnings/share, for profit
attributable to the equity
holders of the parent company,   0.52   0.44   1.27     1.05      1.42
EUR
  Corrected with dilution        0.52   0.44   1.27     1.03      1.38
  effect

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                                      7-9/04          1-9/04   1-12/04
Net profit attributable to the
equity holders of the parent
parent company, FAS                      5.7            12.7      18.0

  Pension expenses from                 -0.5            -1.5      -2.0
  benefit plans
  Expenses from option                  -0.3            -0.5      -0.7
  programmes
  Depreciation of                        1.3             4.1       4.9
  consolidation goodwill
  Change in deferred tax                -0.1            -0.3      -0.5
  receivables
Total changes                            0.4             1.8       1.7
Net profit attributable to the
equity holders of the parent
company, IFRS                            6.1            14.5      19.7

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Consolidated Balance Sheet      Sept.  Sept.                  December
                                  30,    30,                       31,
EUR million                      2005   2004                      2004

ASSETS

NON-CURRENT ASSETS
Goodwill                         38.8   31.5                      33.6
Intangible assets                 5.8    4.6                       4.4
Tangible assets                  15.7   17.7                      15.8
Non-current investments          13.9    9.8                      10.4
Deferred tax receivables          4.2    6.1                       6.2
Other                             7.5    5.8                       5.5
                                 85.9   75.5                      75.9

CURRENT ASSETS
Work in progress                 67.9   65.1                      46.6
Accounts receivable             103.3   85.4                     105.4
Other receivables                26.9   28.7                      22.5
Cash and cash equivalents        44.3   48.1                      62.2
                                242.4  227.3                     236.7

TOTAL                           328.3  302.8                     312.6

EQUITY AND LIABILITIES

EQUITY ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE
EQUITY HOLDERS OF THE
PARENT COMPANY
Share capital                    14.5   13.9                      14.1
Share premium reserve            31.5   26.8                      28.4
Legal reserve                    18.2   18.2                      18.2
Retained earnings                53.7   46.9                      46.2
Net profit for the period        18.2   14.5                      19.7
                                136.1  120.3                     126.6
Minority interest                 4.8    6.7                       7.1
TOTAL EQUITY                    140.9  127.0                     133.7

NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES
Non-current loans from credit     6.9    9.6                       8.6
institutions
Other interest bearing non-       0.7    0.8                       0.7
current liabilities
Other non-current liabilities    17.4   13.7                      14.0
                                 25.0   24.1                      23.3

CURRENT LIABILITIES
Current loans from credit         3.2    3.2                       2.6
institutions
Other interest bearing current    0.3    0.4                       0.3
liabilities
Project advances                 50.6   46.7                      51.6
Accounts payable                 16.8   11.8                      13.9
Other current liabilities        91.5   89.6                      87.2
                                162.4  151.7                     155.6

TOTAL                           328.3  302.8                     312.6
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                                       Sept.                  December
                                         30,                  31, 2004
                                        2004
Equity attributable to the
equity holders of the parent
company, FAS                           110.5                     117.5

  Benefit plans, net assets              5.0                       4.6
  Deferred tax receivables               5.0                       4.9
  Financial assets, value               -0.1                      -0.2
  decrease
  Other                                 -0.1                      -0.2
Total changes, IFRS                      9.8                       9.1

Equity attributable to the
equity holders of the
parent company, IFRS                   120.3                     126.6


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Statement of changes in        7-9/05 7-9/04 1-9/05   1-9/04   1-12/04
financial situation
EUR million

FROM OPERATIONS
  Operating profit                9.8    7.4   25.9     20.7      29.9
  Depreciation and value          1.9    2.2    5.9      6.7       9.1
  decrease
  Gain on sale of fixed          -0.1    0.0   -0.1      0.0      -0.4
  assets
  Share of associated            -0.3   -0.1   -0.7     -0.3      -0.5
  companies' results
  Change in net working          -5.3   -2.2  -11.7     -9.5      13.3
  capital
  Financial income and            0.0    0.0    0.2      0.5       1.0
  expenses
  Taxes                          -2.1   -2.2   -8.5     -8.5     -15.0

Total from operations             3.9    5.1   11.0      9.6      37.4

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
  Investments in shares in       -8.0   -0.1   -8.0     -6.5     -11.3
  subsidiaries
  Investments in other shares    -1.7   -0.1   -3.0     -0.1      -0.1
  Investments in fixed assets    -1.6   -1.5   -5.5     -4.9      -7.3
  Sales of other shares           0.0    0.0    0.0      0.0       0.1
  Sales of fixed assets           0.6    0.1    0.8      0.4       1.5

Capital expenditure total       -10.7   -1.6  -15.7    -11.1     -17.1

Cash flow before financing       -6.8    3.5   -4.7     -1.5      20.3

FINANCING
  New loans                       0.0    0.0    0.0      0.0       0.0
  Repayments of loans            -0.5   -0.5   -1.8     -1.3      -2.1
  Change in current financing     0.0    0.8    0.7      0.7      -0.1
  Change in non-current           0.0    0.0    0.0      0.0      -0.3
  investments
  Dividends                       0.0   -0.1  -17.2    -13.9     -20.7
  Share subscription              0.0    0.0    2.5      0.4       2.3
  Translation difference          2.6   -0.4    2.6      0.6      -0.3

Financing total                   2.1   -0.2  -13.2    -13.5     -21.2

Change in liquid assets          -4.7    3.3  -17.9    -15.0      -0.9

Liquid assets at the beginning   49.0   44.8   62.2     63.1      63.1
of the period

Liquid assets at the end of      44.3   48.1   44.3     48.1      62.2
the period

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Changes in equity              7-9/05 7-9/04 1-9/05   1-9/04   1-12/04
EUR million

Share capital beginning of       14.5   13.9   14.1     14.0      14.0
period
  Cancellation of own shares      0.0    0.0    0.0     -0.1      -0.1
  Shares subscribed with          0.0    0.0    0.4      0.0       0.2
  warrants
Share capital end of period      14.5   13.9   14.5     13.9      14.1

Share premium reserve            30.5   26.8   28.4     26.3      26.3
beginning of period
  Cancellation of own shares      0.0    0.0    0.0      0.1       0.1
  Shares subscribed with          0.0    0.0    2.1      0.4       2.0
  warrants
  Changes                         1.0    0.0    1.0      0.0       0.0
Share premium reserve end of     31.5   26.8   31.5     26.8      28.4
period

Legal reserve beginning of       18.2   18.2   18.2     18.2      18.2
period / end of period

Own shares beginning of         -12.8  -12.8  -12.8    -12.8     -12.8
period / end of period

Translation differences         -12.0  -10.8  -10.7    -10.8     -10.8
beginning of period
  Changes                         3.5    0.0    2.2      0.0       0.1
Translation differences end of   -8.5  -10.8   -8.5    -10.8     -10.7
period

Earnings beginning of period     83.5   79.7   89.4     94.5      94.5
  Payment of dividend             0.0    0.0  -16.9    -20.7     -20.7
  Other changes                   1.8   -0.8    2.0     -3.2      -4.0
  Translation differences         0.5    0.0    0.5     -0.1      -0.1
  Net profit for the period       7.4    6.1   18.2     14.5      19.7
Earnings end of period           93.2   85.0   93.2     85.0      89.4

Minority interest beginning of    7.5    6.9    7.1      4.2       4.2
period
  Decrease/increase              -2.5   -0.3   -2.5      1.9       1.7
  Net profit for the period      -0.2    0.1    0.2      0.6       1.2
Minority interest end of          4.8    6.7    4.8      6.7       7.1
period

Total equity beginning of       129.4  121.9  133.7    133.6     133.6
period
  Payment of dividend             0.0    0.0  -16.9    -20.7     -20.7
  Shares subscribed with          0.0    0.0    2.5      0.4       2.2
  warrants
  Other changes                   0.3   -0.8    0.5     -3.2      -4.0
  Minority increase               0.0   -0.3    0.0      1.9       1.7
  Translation differences         4.0    0.0    2.7     -0.1       0.0
  Net profit for the period       7.2    6.2   18.4     15.1      20.9
Total equity end of period      140.9  127.0  140.9    127.0     133.7

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Contingent Liabilities          Sept.  Sept.                  Dec. 31,
                                  30,    30,
EUR million                      2005   2004                      2004

Pledged assets and mortgages
for own debt
  Mortgages on company assets     0.0    0.0                       0.0

Other obligations
  Pledged assets                  0.3    0.3                       0.3
  Rent and leasing obligations  111.3  109.0                     108.2
  Pension obligations             0.0    0.0                       0.0
  Other obligations              48.4   41.0                      40.3

For others
  Pledged assets                  0.1    0.2                       0.1
  Mortgages, real estate          0.0    0.0                       0.0
  Other obligations               0.0    0.0                       0.0

Derivative Instruments

Foreign exchange forward
contracts,
  Notional values                29.7   18.5                      16.6
  Fair values                    -1.2   -0.1                       0.3

Currency options
  Notional values                10.0
  Fair values                    -0.2

  Interest rate swaps, fair      -0.1                             -0.1
  values

Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj has
made interest rate swaps
for EUR 9.5 million external
loans.

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Key Figures                    7-9/05 7-9/04 1-9/05   1-9/04   1-12/04


Earnings/share, EUR              0.52   0.44   1.27     1.05      1.42
  Corrected with dilution        0.52   0.44   1.27     1.03      1.38
  effect

Shareholders' equity/share,                    9.36     8.68      9.09
EUR

Return on investment, % p.a.                   24.4     20.0      21.4

Return on investment, % p.a.
for the Business Groups
  Forest Industry                              28.5
  Energy                                       14.7
  Infrastructure &                             15.0
  Environment

Return on equity, % p.a.                       17.9     15.5      15.6

Equity ratio, %                                50.7     49.6      51.2

Equity/assets ratio, %                         42.9     41.9      42.8

Net debt / equity ratio                       -23.6    -26.9     -37.4
(gearing), %

Net debt, EUR million                         -33.1    -34.1     -50.0

Consulting and engineering,                   388.1    367.1     359.3
EUR million
EPC, EUR million                               32.2     17.7      13.9
Order stock total, EUR million                420.3    384.8     373.2

Capital expenditure,              1.6    1.5    5.5      4.9       7.3
operating, EUR million
Capital expenditure in shares,    9.7    0.2   11.0      6.6      11.4
EUR million

Personnel in group companies                   5362     5240      5219
on average
Personnel in group companies
at the end of the period                       5557     5257      5309
Personnel in associated
companies at the end of the
period                                          249      211       240


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Key Figures for the Business   7-9/05 7-9/04 1-9/05   1-9/04   1-12/04
Groups
EUR million

NET SALES
Forest Industry                  47.4   40.7  148.9    136.2     186.3
Energy                           37.4   35.5  114.5    104.2     146.5
Infrastructure & Environment     39.7   34.6  114.6    104.8     142.1
Other                             0.6   -0.4    0.3     -0.5      -1.0
Total                           125.1  110.4  378.3    344.7     473.9

OPERATING PROFIT AND
NET PROFIT FOR THE PERIOD
Forest Industry                   5.9    4.1   14.7     11.9      17.2
Energy                            1.8    1.4    5.9      4.5       7.0
Infrastructure & Environment      2.3    2.1    6.2      4.9       7.0
Other                            -0.2   -0.2   -0.9     -0.6      -1.3
Operating profit total            9.8    7.4   25.9     20.7      29.9
Financial items                   0.6    0.2    1.0      0.5       1.0
Profit before taxes              10.4    7.6   26.9     21.2      30.9
Income taxes                     -3.2   -1.4   -8.5     -6.1     -10.0
Net profit for the period         7.2    6.2   18.4     15.1      20.9
Profit attributable to:
Equity holders of the parent      7.4    6.1   18.2     14.5      19.7
company
Minority interest                -0.2    0.1    0.2      0.6       1.2

OPERATING PROFIT %
Forest Industry                  12.4   10.1    9.9      8.7       9.2
Energy                            4.8    3.9    5.2      4.3       4.8
Infrastructure & Environment      5.8    6.1    5.4      4.7       4.9
Total                             7.8    6.7    6.8      6.0       6.3

ORDER STOCK
Forest Industry                  78.3   83.0   78.3     83.0      82.5
Energy                          197.6  184.6  197.6    184.6     171.8
Infrastructure & Environment    144.2  117.1  144.2    117.1     118.8
Other                             0.2    0.1    0.2      0.1       0.1
Total                           420.3  384.8  420.3    384.8     373.2

Consulting and engineering      388.1  367.1  388.1    367.1     359.3
EPC                              32.2   17.7   32.2     17.7      13.9
Total                           420.3  384.8  420.3    384.8     373.2

NET SALES BY AREA
The Nordic countries             32.8   28.9  102.7     88.9     125.2
Europe                           53.3   48.4  163.8    154.8     211.4
Asia                             18.5   16.0   52.4     49.1      70.6
North America                     4.2    4.7   13.7     14.8      18.2
South America                    11.0    6.0   27.5     16.5      23.2
Other                             5.3    6.4   18.2     20.6      25.3
Total                           125.1  110.4  378.3    344.7     473.9

                                                               15(16)

Key Figures for the Business   1-3/04 4-6/04 7-9/04 10-12/04
Groups
EUR million

NET SALES
Forest Industry                  47.1   48.4   40.7     50.1
Energy                           33.0   35.7   35.5     42.3
Infrastructure & Environment     35.5   34.7   34.6     37.3
Other                            -0.1    0.0   -0.4     -0.5
Total                           115.5  118.8  110.4    129.2

OPERATING PROFIT AND
NET PROFIT FOR THE PERIOD
Forest Industry                   3.5    4.3    4.1      5.3
Energy                            1.8    1.3    1.4      2.5
Infrastructure & Environment      1.3    1.5    2.1      2.1
Other                            -0.1   -0.3   -0.2     -0.7
Operating profit total            6.5    6.8    7.4      9.2

Financial items                   0.1    0.2    0.2      0.5
Profit before taxes               6.6    7.0    7.6      9.7

Income taxes                     -2.2   -2.5   -1.4     -3.9
Net profit for the period         4.4    4.5    6.2      5.8
Profit attributable to:
Equity holders of the parent      4.3    4.1    6.1      5.2
company
Minority interest                 0.1    0.4    0.1      0.6

OPERATING PROFIT %
Forest Industry                   7.4    8.9   10.1     10.6
Energy                            5.5    3.6    3.9      5.9
Infrastructure & Environment      3.7    4.3    6.1      5.6
Total                             5.6    5.7    6.7      7.1

ORDER STOCK
Forest Industry                  94.6   90.4   83.0     82.5
Energy                          166.7  181.8  184.6    171.8
Infrastructure & Environment    121.5  118.8  117.1    118.8
Other                             0.0    0.0    0.1      0.1
Total                           382.8  391.0  384.8    373.2

Consulting and engineering      368.0  371.3  367.1    359.3
EPC                              14.8   19.7   17.7     13.9
Total                           382.8  391.0  384.8    373.2

                                                               16(16)

Key Figures for the Business   1-3/05 4-6/05 7-9/05
Groups
EUR million

NET SALES
Forest Industry                  50.0   51.5   47.4
Energy                           37.8   39.3   37.4
Infrastructure & Environment     35.7   39.2   39.7
Other                            -0.2   -0.1    0.6
Total                           123.3  129.9  125.1

OPERATING PROFIT AND
NET PROFIT FOR THE PERIOD
Forest Industry                   4.1    4.7    5.9
Energy                            2.0    2.1    1.8
Infrastructure & Environment      1.3    2.6    2.3
Other                            -0.2   -0.5   -0.2
Operating profit total            7.2    8.9    9.8

Financial items                   0.3    0.1    0.6
Profit before taxes               7.5    9.0   10.4

Income taxes                     -2.5   -2.8   -3.2
Net profit for the period         5.0    6.2    7.2
Profit attributable to:
Equity holders of the parent      4.7    6.1    7.4
company
Minority interest                 0.3    0.1   -0.2

OPERATING PROFIT %
Forest Industry                   8.2    9.1   12.4
Energy                            5.3    5.3    4.8
Infrastructure & Environment      3.6    6.6    5.8
Total                             5.8    6.9    7.8

ORDER STOCK
Forest Industry                  82.5   79.6   78.3
Energy                          167.1  203.4  197.6
Infrastructure & Environment    127.0  121.1  144.2
Other                             0.3    0.2    0.2
Total                           376.9  404.3  420.3

Consulting and engineering      366.7  367.4  388.1
EPC                              10.2   36.9   32.2
Total                           376.9  404.3  420.3

The figures in the interim
report are unaudited.