Stora Enso consists of five divisions: Consumer Board, Packaging Solutions, Biomaterials, Wood Products, and Paper. Our customers include the packaging, joinery and construction industries as well as publishers, printing houses and paper merchants.
Consumer Board division
Consumer Board division develops and provides consumer packaging boards for printing and packaging applications. A wide board and barrier coating selection is suitable for the design and optimisation of packaging for liquid, food, pharmaceutical and luxury goods. We serve converters and brand owners globally and are expanding in growth markets such as China and Asia Pacific to meet rising demand.
Packaging Solutions division
Packaging Solutions develops fibre-based packaging, and operates at every stage of the value chain from pulp production, material and packaging production to recycling. Our solutions serve leading converters, brand owners and retailer customers helping to optimise performance, reduce total costs and enhance sales.
Biomaterials division offers a variety of pulp grades to meet the demands of paper, board, tissue, textile and hygiene product producers. We also develop new ways to maximise the value extractable from wood, as well as other kinds of lignocellulosic biomasses. Sugars and lignin hold potential for use in applications in the specialty chemical, construction, personal care and food industries.
Wood Products division
Wood Products division provides versatile
wood-based solutions for building and housing. Our product range covers all
areas of urban construction including massive wood elements, wood components
and pellets. We also offer a variety of sawn timber goods. Our customers are
mainly construction and joinery companies, merchandisers and retailers.
Paper division provides
best-in-class paper solutions for print media and office use. The wide
selection covers papers made from recycled and fresh wood fibre. Our main
customer groups include publishers, retailers, printing houses, merchants,
converters and office suppliers. Three of the mills produce paper based on