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​​​​​​​​​​Stora Ensos årliga produktionskapacitet är 5,7 miljoner ton kemisk massa, 6,4 miljoner ton papper, 4,1 miljoner ton kartong, 1,3 miljarder kvadratmeter wellpappförpackningar och 5,2 miljoner kubikmeter sågade träprodukter, inklusive 2,5 miljoner kubikmeter vidareförädlade produkter. Vår omsättning 2015 uppgick till 10,0 miljarder EUR och det operativa rörelseresultatet till 915​ MEUR.​
​Kapacitet per kvalitet
Consumer Board, 1 000 t​​2 720
Containerboards, 1 000 t​​​1 360
​Corrugated Packaging, million m2​​1 310 ​
​Biomaterials, 1000 t​​​2 605
​Other chemical pulp, 1 000 t​5 740 ​
​Deinked pulp (DIP), 1 000 t​​2 295 ​
​CMTP, 1 000 t​​675 ​

Wood Products; 1 000 m3 ​

further processing; 1 000 m3

pellets; 1 000 t​

CLT; 1 000 t

LVL capacity 1 000 m3

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Paper, 1 000 t​6 410​ ​
 
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  • Environment and Efficiency

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    We believe that many key solutions for mitigating climate change and overcoming other environmental challenges will be based on the use of renewable raw materials, cleaner and more energy efficient production processes, and sustainable forest management practices.


    Our ultimate “Vision Zero” is of an industry with no waste to landfill, no harmful air emissions, and no
    wastewater discharges. We realise that this ideal cannot be achieved soon, but this vision nevertheless
    helps us to take the right

     
    Certified production quality

    Stora Enso has management systems in place to ensure that all our units adapt the relevant best environmental practices. All Stora Enso’s pulp, paper and board production units are certified according to the ISO 14001 management system standard. Find our mills and their certificates by using Stora Enso's Certificate finder.

     

    Environmental performance of suppliers

    While our own operations play a major role in the value chains of our pulp, paper, paperboard and solid wood products, we also strive to enhance environmental performance along our whole value chain in order to continuously improve our sourcing and the overall environmental performance of our final products. Our responsibility requirements for suppliers and the sustainability audits we conduct at suppliers’ facilities both include strict environmental criteria.

     

     

    Stora Enso is constantly working to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions along the company’s value chain. This involves promoting sustainable forestry, creating innovative products based on renewable raw
    materials, and developing cleaner and more efficient operations.

     

    Most of the greenhouse gas emissions generated by our operations come from the energy we purchase and produce at our mills. The most effective way for us to reduce our fossil CO2 emissions is to further improve our energy efficiency and to increase the share of bioenergy in our total energy use.


    Products with a low carbon footprint

    Stora Enso’s products are based on renewable materials with a comparatively low carbon footprint. Examples include our renewable packaging and wood-based construction solutions. In many cases these products can be used as substitutes for fossil fuel based materials. All of Stora Enso’s divisions have calculated greenhouse gas emissions for their main products.

     
    Forests and the climate

    Wood is our most important raw material, and the benefits of using forest biomass are manifold. Sustainable forest and plantation management plays a vital role in mitigating global warming. Trees absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store the carbon it contains. Carbon is also stored in harvested wood products. As long as forests and plantations are managed sustainably, new generations of trees will grow back after mature trees are logged, absorbing more CO2 from the atmosphere.
    Sustainable forest management also helps to maintain other valuable features of forests, such as
    biodiversity. We promote forest certification and chain-of-custody certification schemes to guarantee that all our wood originates from sustainably managed forests and tree plantations. We also actively combat illegal logging, which is one of the causes of forest loss and degradation, threats to biodiversity and distorted markets for wood.

    Our tree plantations sequester more carbon than the previous land uses, especially in Latin America, where our plantations have almost entirely been planted on modified grasslands and degraded pasturelands. We actively restore and conserve areas of Atlantic rainforest in and around tree plantations we own through our joint venture Veracel in Brazil.

     


    The cornerstone of Stora Enso’s energy efficiency strategy is our global energy target. Our Group-wide target is to reduce our specific electricity and heat consumption per tonne of pulp, paper and board production by 15% by 2020, compared with the baseline year of 2010. In 2014 this indicator was 4%
    lower than 2010 benchmark level.
    Energy procurement and generation
    Stora Enso’s operations are based on the processing of renewable resources. The most energy intensive phase in Stora Enso’s value chain is the production processes of our paper and board products.

    Stora Enso generates steam and electricity internally for use at our production facilities, and we also purchase fuel, electricity and heat from external suppliers. We strive to secure and enhance access to cleaner energy through strategic partnerships with external energy suppliers.
    Pulp and paper production results in by-products such as black liquor, bark, and different kinds of sludge. These materials together with harvesting residues and recovered wood all constitute important biomass sources for our internal energy generation.

     

    Almost all of the water we use directly comes from lakes and rivers, and around 95% of this total volume is recycled back to the environment. Water plays a central role in our pulp, paper and board production processes. The structure of paper is dependent on water, as hydrogen bonds are needed to keep the wood fibres together. Water is also used for cooling machinery at the mills, for cleaning, and as a carrier of energy in the form of steam. Water is additionally needed as a medium to carry fibres through production processes.

    Water also plays a key role in creating the electricity we use and purchase, particularly in hydropower plants. Our mills producing solid wood products additionally need low volumes of water in their manufacturing processes.​
    Quality of treated process water
    All our wastewater streams are carefully purified in our treatment plants before being released back into the natural environment. This is essential, since impurities in water discharges can harm ecosystems in lakes, rivers and other natural water bodies. 
    Water use along our supply chain
    We strive to continuously improve water management along our supply chain in order to manage our water-related risks. We require high quality water management from our suppliers as a part of our responsible sourcing. Water issues also are an integral element in our sustainable forest management and land use.
    Active engagements
    We participate actively in various international initiatives related to water. These initiatives include the CEO Water Mandate of the UN Global Compact and the work of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development on water risk assessment tools. Stora Enso is also actively participating in the Water Footprint Network and in the development of an international ISO standard for water accounting.
     
    Our waste reuse rate across the Group is around 98% today. We are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to reuse materials that would otherwise end up as wastes.

    Stora Enso’s production processes generate various wastes, the vast majority of which are reused as residuals. Such materials include biomass fibres, ash from energy production, lime solids from pulping processes, and wastewater treatment sludge. Many of these materials are used for our internal bioenergy production, or for agricultural purposes, brick manufacturing and road construction by our stakeholders. 
     

    Stora Enso is one of the largest single consumers of Paper for Recycling (PfR) within the European market. In 2014 the utilisation rate of Paper for Recycling (PfR) in our paper and board production was 26%.

    Through contracts with local authorities and communities we secure volumes of paper from household collection to be sorted and used as a valuable raw material at our mills. This paper is then transported by truck for short distances to sorting plants that are mainly located on our mill sites. After sorting, non-pulpable material is also utilised in our mills own power plants to generate energy.

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  • Wood Supply Germany

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    ​Stora Enso kauft in Zentraleuropa zwei verschiedene Holzrohstoffe ein: 1) Holz für die stoffliche Verwertung (Sägerundholz, Papierholz, Sägenebenprodukte) 2) Bioenergie (Holz für die thermische Verwertung/Verbrennung).
    Bionenergie wird vornehmlich in Deutschland für das Biomasseheizkraftwerk im Stora Enso-Papierwerk Karlsruhe-Maxau beschafft.

    Der Holzeinkauf ist für eine Vielzahl von Stora Enso-Papier- und Sägewerken aktiv. Er ist in mehreren Einkaufsländern tätig und - wie Sie folgender Karte entnehmen können - organisatorisch und geographisch aufgeteilt in einen.
     
    Bitte besuchen Sie http://storaensowald.at/ für weitere Informationen.
     
    Holzeinkauf in Westeuropa mit Einkaufsschwerpunkt Papierholz und Hackschnitzel und deshalb organisatorisch integriert in den Konzerngeschäftsbereich Stora Enso Paper  (Zeitungs-, Buchdruck- und Magazinpapiere sowie Büropapiere):

    Einkauf in Deutschland, Frankreich, Belgien, den Niederlanden, Luxemburg und der Schweiz durch Stora Enso Deutschland GmbH (SED, Sitz in Düsseldorf, weitere Büros in Hagen-Kabel, Karlsruhe-Maxau.
     
    Holzeinkauf in Mittel- und Osteuropa mit Einkaufsschwerpunkt Sägerundholz und deshalb organisatorisch integriert in den Konzerngeschäftsbereich Stora Enso Wood Products (früher "Stora Enso Timber SET") (Sägewerks- und Schnittholzsparte) (s. SET-Broschüre Holzeinkauf)
    Einkauf in Österreich, Slowenien, Ungarn, Italien durch Stora Enso Wood Products GmbH (Sitz in Brand, Österreich)
    Einkauf in der Slowakei durch Euro Timber SPOL S R.O. (Sitz in Bratislava, Slowakei)      
    Einkauf in Tschechien durch Stora Enso Wood Products Zdirec s.r.o. (Sitz in Zdirec, Tschechien)
    Unsere  Mitarbeiter, ihre Adressen und Einkaufsgebiete finden Sie auf der Seite Kontakte.
     
      
    Der Holz- und Bioenergieeinkauf in Zentraleuropa ist verantwortlich
    für fünf Stora Enso-Papier- u. Kartonwerke in Deutschland, Frankreich, Polen und Schweden
    sowie für acht Stora Enso-Sägewerke in Österreich, Tschechien, Polen und Litauen      
    als auch für externe Abnehmer aus der Holzindustrie.
     
     
    Wir kaufen folgende Sortimente:
    Sägerundholz
    Papierholz
    Sägewerkshackschnitzel
    Industrieholz
    Altholz (Kategorien A1-A2/3)
    Ersatzbrennstoffe
    weitere Bioenergiesortimente

    Unser Holzeinkauf erfolgt im Klein- und Großprivatwald, im Kommunal-, Landes- und Bundeswald sowie beim Holzhandel in den Einkaufsarten frei Waldstraße, frei Waggon, frei Hafen, frei Werk, in Selbstwerbung/auf dem Stock (in Österreich und Nordost-Bayern).

    Wir bewirtschaften in Kontinentaleuropa keine eigenen Wälder und setzen auch keine eigenen Maschinen ein (weder Holzerntemaschinen noch Lkw).

    In der Holzernte und in der Selbstwerbung/im Stockkauf (in Österreich und Nordost-Bayern) arbeiten wir mit etablierten und zuverlässigen Forstunternehmern zusammen.

    In Kooperation mit unseren Transportunternehmern organisieren wir die Lieferkette vom stehenden Baum bis zum Werkseingang. Unsere Logistik umfasst den Lkw, die Bahn und das Schiff.

    Informationen zu den von uns belieferten Werken finden Sie auf der Seite Werke.

    Auf der Seite Produkte können Sie ersehen, was wir aus Ihrem Holz herstellen.

    In unseren Holzbeschaffungsaktivitäten sind wir zur Nachhaltigkeit verpflichtet. Weitere Informationen auf der Seite Nachhaltigkeit - Umwelt - Zertifizierung.

    Haben Sie noch Fragen zum Stora Enso-Holz- u. Bioenergieeinkauf in Kontinentaleuropa (oder auch zum Stora Enso-Holzeinkauf in Finnland, Schweden, Russland oder dem Baltikum) oder zu unseren Plantagen (in Südamerika und China)? Dann kontaktieren Sie bitte Magnus Deinzer per E-Mail.

    Wenn Sie weitere Informationen zum Konzern Stora Enso benötigen, können Sie aktuelle Stora Enso-Publikationen anfordern.

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  • Human rights

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    Our long-term commitment to respect and support human rights is reflected in our corporate purpose ‘Do good for the people and the planet’.

     

    Our human rights approach is aligned with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. In addition to people working in our own operations, our commitment extends to our suppliers, business partners, communities surrounding our operations and other stakeholders within our sphere of influence.

     

    Embedding human rights in policy commitments

    Our human rights statement, launched in 2012, expressly commits Stora Enso to observe the UN International Bill of Human Rights, which encompasses the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the ILO’s core conventions, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and the Children’s Rights and Business Principles, among other universally accepted international and regional human rights instruments.


    We have embedded these elements in our updated Code of Conduct, which has an enhanced focus on human and labour rights. These issues have also been duly integrated into our social responsibility guidelines, supplier sustainability requirements and due diligence guidelines for new investments.


    All these frameworks shape our approach to human and labour rights and serve as guiding standards when we work in regions where related local regulations are weak or non-existent.

     

    Assessing human rights impacts

    At Stora Enso we take human rights impacts into consideration throughout the life cycle of our operations, from investment decisions onwards. Related assessments are either conducted within the company or in co-operation with credible third parties. Examples include environmental and social impact assessments (ESIA) conducted in Brazil, southern China and Laos by UNDP, and pre-investment due diligence assessments in India and Pakistan.

    We also assess our supplier relationships from environmental and human and labour rights perspectives.


    In December 2013, Stora Enso’s Global Responsibility Council decided that by the end of 2014, Human rights assessments are performed to cover all our production units, wood supply operations, their supply chain management and relations with local communities. In line with this public commitment and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the  assessments are being performed in the following manner.

    Timeline of the human rights assessments 

    During the 1st half of 2014, the primary focus of was on developing a robust assessment tool and building up internal capacity to perform unit level assessments. Stora Enso and the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) entered into a collaboration to develop a customized human rights assessment tool. The tool looks at 43 human rights issue areas (covering labor rights, community impacts and controls for suppliers and business partners) and takes into account our industry, types of operations (industrial and forestry operations) and countries of operation.

     

    Simultaneously, assessment coordinators representing all our units were identified and more than 80 Stora Enso employees were trained on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, mapping local stakeholders and Human Rights assessment tool. These capacity building sessions were facilitated by external human rights experts and were organized in Helsinki, Shanghai and Dusseldorf.

     

    During the 2nd half of 2014, our unit level coordinators began the assessment process in their units. Typically, unit level management teams, mill employees and other key personnel were actively engaged. In addition, local stakeholders were mapped and external stakeholders such as trade union representatives, government authorities, community representatives, local NGOs and other business partners were consulted as part of the assessment process. The level of stakeholder consultation depended on the stakeholders identified as part of the stakeholder mapping process. In 13 units in China, Russia, and certain countries in Eastern Europe – external site visits were performed by Fair Working Conditions (FWC) – a non-profit human rights audit and assessment organization. Further, for our trial plantation operations in Laos – Stora Enso has collaborated with Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) to perform the assessment there.

     

    The final phase of the human rights assessments involved an external quality check of unit level assessments and consolidation of assessment results together with the Danish Institute for Human Rights. During the quality check and consolidation process, DIHR and Stora Enso took into account inputs from the units as well as from FWC’s site visits. Results from the human rights assessments were communicated on February 5, 2015. The report is available here:

    STORA ENSO HUMAN RIGHTS ASSESSMENT REVIEW AND CONSOLIDATION REPORT (1 MB)

     

    As already announced, our focus for 2015 will be to develop action plans based on the results and start implementing them.

    Respecting the rights of local communities

    Intensive land use is a key feature of our tree plantations in Asia and South America. In these regions we consistently strive to ensure that the land use rights of local communities are fully respected.


    In many areas the local communities surrounding our mills and plantations include indigenous peoples and other minority groups. We recognize the specific cultural and economic needs of such communities, including their traditional uses of forests, and their legitimate rights to their traditional lands. We strive to ensure that our operations do not violate their rights.


    Our public human rights statement commits Stora Enso to remedy any situation where our activities adversely affect human rights in spite of all our efforts to avoid such cases.​

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  • 斯道拉恩索广西简介 Stora Enso Guangxi in Brief

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    ​​​       “斯道拉恩索广西”是广西壮族自治区目前最大的外商投资项目,也是斯道拉恩索公司迄今为止最大规模的投资项目,预计投资总额约16亿欧元。斯道拉恩索公司与广西林业集团、北海林业投资发展公司及世界银行旗下的国际金融公司(IFC)联合组建合资企业,共同负责项目运营发展。
     
           一体化运营将分为两期建设,第一期建设一座包装纸板厂,年产量预计为45万吨液态包装纸板及高档纸板产品。厂区位于北海铁山港工业园,距离北海市区40公里。斯道拉恩索广西工厂将于2016年年中正式投产。

           斯道拉恩索在广西南宁、北海、玉林、钦廉四个管区租赁了约85,000公顷土地用于人工林种植。从2012年起,斯道拉恩索在广西的人工林种植均通过了FSC®(森林管理委员会)及CFCC®(中国森林认证管理委员会)年度认证,这将为斯道拉恩索广西工厂提供一个可持续的、有成本竞争力及自给自足的纤维原料基地。

           斯道拉恩索广西一体化项目全部投入运营后,将创造30000多个工作机会,其中包括1000多个公司直接岗位,以及涉及林业、物流、机械、化工等相关产业和服务业的间接工作机会。目前,斯道拉恩索在广西的员工约为1,100人,其中广西籍员工约800人。根据联合国发展计划署于2010年出具的评估报告,“斯道拉恩索广西”的运营将会产生重大而积极的社会和经济影响。

     


    Stora Enso Guangxi, with a total expected investment of around EUR 1.6 billion, is so far the largest foreign-funded project in Guangxi Province, and also the biggest investment made by Stora Enso to date. Operations are managed by equity joint-venture companies established by Stora Enso, the Guangxi Forestry Group, the Beihai Forestry Investment &Development Co., Ltd. and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group.

    The integrated operation will consist of two phases, starting with a consumer board mill with an annual capacity of 450,000 tonnes of liquid packaging cardboard and other high-grade paperboard products. The board mill is located in the Tieshangang industrial zone, 40 miles outside of Beihai city. The Stora Enso Guangxi Mill will be put into operation in mid-2016.

    Stora Enso Guangxi has leased around 85,000 hectares of land for plantation covering four operating territories in Guangxi – Nanning, Yulin, Beihai and Qinlian. Since 2012, the plantations of Stora Enso in Guangxi have passed the annual certification of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) and the China Forest Certification Council (CFCC®) which will provide a sustainable, cost-competitive and self-sufficient fibre base for the mill.

    After the full operation, Stora Enso Guangxi will generate around 1,000 direct jobs and 30,000 indirect jobs in forestry, logistics, machinery, chemical industry and other related industries and service industry. At present, Stora Enso Guangxi has 1,100 employees or so, and about 800 of them are from Guangxi Province. According to the evaluation report by the United Nations Development Program in 2010, the operation of Stora Enso Guangxi will create significant positive socio-economic impact.

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    ​Fredrik Werner, Segment Development Manager Food & Beverages at Stora Enso, has just arrived home from the packaging fair Interpack, which takes place every three years in Dusseldorf, Germany. It is listed as one of the world 's leading packaging trade fairs.

    Stora Enso was one of over 2700 companies from 60 countries represented with a stand at this event.
    - There was a great interest in Stora Enso's products from converters ( = packaging manufacturers) and brand owners. Many of the visitors wanted to discuss what sort of packaging material that we can recommend them to their new ideas of packages, says Fredrik Werner.

    Interpack is an important forum to maintain relationships with existing customers and suppliers and also for making new contacts. Recent trends in the packaging industry are presented at the exhibition. The number of visitors was estimated at about 170 000 people. The fair was run 8 to 14 May.

    Fredrik Werner also gave a speech at the fair along with the Finnish designer Renne Angelvuo. The lecture was about how new packaging innovations can help to reduce food waste.

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  • Christmas sparkling to nursing homes

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    ​Oh, how beautiful! Look Kaarlo, how lovely the stars glimmer, admired the residents and nurses of the nursing home Villa Vanamo. On November we donated more than 500 star shaped mobiles to nursing homes and Honkaharju hospital in Imatra to bring Christmas joy. One can either hang the mobiles in front of the windows or have them on table. Silver and gold stars are made of metal laminated Ensocoat 2S –board. Ensocoat 2S is produced at Board Machine 2 in Imatra Mills. 

    Nursing home Villa Vanamo’s Kaarlo Liutu, Anna-Maija Äikäs and Airi Kuittinen hang the star mobiles in front of their windows .

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    Voi, miten ihania! Katsos Kaarlo, miten kauniisti tähdet kimmeltävät, ihastelivat ryhmäkoti Villa Vanamon asukkaat ja hoitajat tähtimobileja. Lahjoitimme 2013 marraskuun viimeisellä viikolla Imatran seudun hoivakoteihin ja Honkaharjun sairaalaan yli 500 kartonkista tähtimobilea jouluiloa tuomaan. Hopeakultaiset tähtimobilet voi ripustaa riippumaan tai pitää koottuna pöydillä. Tähdet ovat metallilaminoitua Ensocoat 2S:ä, jota valmistetaan Imatran tehtailla.   

    Ryhmäkoti Villa Vanamon Kaarlo Liutu, Anna-Maija Äikäs ja Airi Kuittinen ripustivat kauniit tähtimobilet oleskelutilan ikkunaan.

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    ​In 1934, Enso Gutzeit decided to build a sulphate pulp mill near the Enso mill along the banks of Lake Saimaa, within the vicinity of the Vuoksi River.
    The planning and construction of Kaukopää took place at breakneck speed. May 1934 can be considered the official starting point for the worksite when, just after May Day, lorry driver Jussi Inkinen brought the workers a truckload of spades from the company’s warehouse. An entire train and the required rails, engine and sand trucks as well as ‘Mad John’, a high-power, steam-operated digger, were loaded onto barges at Vuoksenniska Harbour. A tugboat transported the barges along the banks of Lake Saimaa to Kaukopää’s cove. The worksite now had powerful machines to help the spade-wielding workers.
    A stream of construction materials and workers flowed onto the site. Altogether 3 million bricks, thousands of train-loads of cement, 10 million kilograms of construction iron and 100 000 kilograms of nails were needed to erect the most impressive industrial plant of its time. Altogether some two thousand men and women helped build Kaukopää.
    The goal laid down in the mill’s production calculation was to create a plant that would achieve a simply mind-boggling production volume considering the conditions of its day: 80 000 tonnes of strong sulphate pulp when the usual figures achieved by similar mills equalled just 10 000–15 000 tonnes annually. In September 1935, just 13 months after construction commenced, in the wee hours of the 25th, Kaukopää’s first batch of dry pulp came off the Milton machine. And so begins the story of Imatra Mills.

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    ​The public are warmly welcome on guided tours at Skoghall Mill during the summer.

    All tours start at 10:00 am. Meet in the conference room "Aulan" at Skoghall Mill. During the tour the wood room and board machine 8 are shown. Visit lasts about 2 hours.
    All visitors will get refreshments. Limited number of persons per turn. Advance bookings must be made via telephone +46 1046 735 66. Children: 9 years accompanied by an adult. Responsible: Minus Jonsson guide. Language: Swedish. For guided tours in English contact Minus Jonsson +46 1046 735 66.

    Date for guided tours - starting at 10:00 am at Skoghall Mill: 

    • Monday, June 22
    • Tuesday, June 23 
    • Wednesday, June 24 
    • Monday, July 6
    • Tuesday, July 7
    • Wednesday, July 8
    • Monday, July 20
    • Tuesday, July 21
    • Wednesday, July 22 
    • Monday, August 3
    • Tuesday, August 4
    • Wednesday, August 5

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    ​On October 15th engineering students have the possibility to join an inspiring trip to some of the most successful technology companies in the county of Värmland. Skoghall Mill is one of the company the student will visit.

    During the trip you might find your dream job! The bus leaves from the university at 8 am and ends in the evening with food at Nöjesfabriken.

    For more information: http://www.paperprovince.com/kauresan/

     


     

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    ​Stora Enso’s Imatra Mills will organise a campaign to encourage employees to take care of their well-being.
    The campaign, called “Sykettä elämään” (Pump up your life), will last from September 2014 until March 2015. A monthly changing theme will encourage employees to make positive changes to their lifestyles. The campaign is part of a comprehensive OHS programme taking place at Imatra Mills.
    In 2011, Imatra Mills began its health improvement and preventive work together with Aino Health Management. More than 630 employees have taken part in the health analyses offered by the employer, and some 80 employees have also participated in personal fitness training. Almost 400 have had the condition of their vascular system measured using specialised VaSera measurements that indicate the presence of cardiovascular disease.
    “In addition to health and fitness services, we have at our disposal other measures that improve the well-being of our employees and help them to cope at work. The early intervention model and alternative work and home care allowance practices have proven successful for us over the years. At the moment, changes in practices are being implemented at the mill that affect the work load and work satisfaction of employees. We are also testing rapid shift rotation, which has been found by studies to boost employees’ ability to cope,” says Director, Local HR, Aimo Kettunen. 
    The sick leave rate at Imatra Mills has declined from 7.5% in 2011 to its present level of 4% (9/2014).

    Arto Partinen from Kaukopää’s Board Machine 2 taking part in personal training offered by the employer. Susanna Laine from Aino Health Management offers him advice. 

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    ​The Forests Dialogue, the forest sector’s international co-operation forum, was organised for the first time in Finland on 2–5 September. The group visited Stora Enso’s Imatra Mills on Tuesday 2 September 2014.
    The Forests Dialogue brings together forest, biofuel and agriculture experts a couple of times a year. The event, now organised for the first time in Finland, aims at increasing the awareness of international influencers about the Finnish forest sector and at presenting the factors that make the country’s forest sector a success.
    The group visited Imatra Mills in Kaukopää on Tuesday 2 September 2014. Pulp Mill Production Manager Timo Tidenberg and Power Plant Manager Juha Kosonen told the visitors about the energy generated during pulp and board production. At the end of the visit, the guests were taken to the roof of the Recovery Boiler 6 to get a bird’s-eye view of the mill and the surrounding scenery.
    The participants came from around 40 countries, including the USA, Brazil, Vietnam, Zambia, Cameroon, Indonesia and Europe. During the visit, the participants familiarised themselves with the forest industry in Eastern Finland and discussed the coordination of various stakeholders’ land use needs, ecosystem services and bio-economy under the theme “Forest-Fibre-Fuel-Food”.
    Established in 1998, The Forests Dialogue is a global forest sector co-operation forum hosted by Yale University. The Forests Dialogue’s objective is to support an open, multi-stakeholder dialogue in order to solve disputes related to forests and land use. The event is organised in Finland by Metsä Group, Metsähallitus, the Finnish Forest Industries Federation, The Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners (MTK), Stora Enso, UPM and WWF Finland.

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    ​The annual maintenance break at Imatra Mills will take place during week 39 (Sept 19 -29). Production will be stopped in order to allow for more than 1600 separate investments and repair projects mainly related to improved quality and efficiency of the board machines.
    During the week about 1 400 contractors will be at work in in Kaukopää and Tainionkoski. About forty percent of them are local from the South Carelia region in Finland.
    We apologise for possible temporary noise and odour disturbances that may occur during the week.

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    ​Right now you can see paperboard from Skoghall Mill at an exhibition at the gallery “Sebastian Schildt +” on Nybrogatan in Stockholm. It is the artist Helena Bengtsson from the county Värmland exhibiting her artwork made of paper and paperboard from mills in Värmland. The exhibition is named "Paper Love".

    Textile artist Helena Bengtsson is frequently represented in public places, museums and exhibitions in Sweden. The exhibition at the gallery Sebastian Schildt + is her first exhibition of only her artwork in paper and paperboard. It runs until April 5.

    In the opening invitation you can read:
    "At a time when words like local and regional produce have become catchwords, it is perhaps not surprising that our emotions are triggered when we see the paper artwork that artist Helena Bengtsson creates. Besides their simple beauty, they are made of paper that had once been spruce and pine. Artwork in a simple, natural and durable material – can it be more timely."

    More info about Helena Bengtsson: www.helenabengtsson.com/ More info about the gallery : www.sebastianschildtplus.se

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    ​The idea to breed jumbo prawn in the warm waste water from pulp and paper mills was the winning idea in the Swedish organisation Paper Province’s Warm Water Innovation Challenge recently. Behind the idea is Matilda Olstorpe, CEO of Vegafish AB.

    Breeding jumbo prawns gives the possibility of an eco-friendly, tasty and locally produced foodstuff. Today jumbo prawns are imported from tropical countries and the production is sometimes raising environmental concern. 
     "I think it's good that we try to find use for waste water. The winners will now be able to via the Paper Province develop their idea further", says Peter Olsson, Manager Technology & Investment Sweden within Stora Enso Renewable Packaging, who has been a member of the jury.


    Stora Enso is a partner of The Paper Province organisation (www.paperprovince.com).

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    We strive to continuously reduce water use at our pulp, paper and board mills. Reducing the water demand of our mills helps to improve the energy and material efficiency of our production.
    Water management is one of our long-term focus areas. Our environmental targets include quantitative and qualitative targets for process water discharges.
    Our assessments of water-related risks in our operations and our supply chain indicate that almost all of Stora Enso’s production units are located in regions where water is a relatively abundant resource.
     
    Almost all of the water we use directly comes from lakes and rivers, and around 95% of this total volume is recycled back to the environment. This recycling occurs either after appropriate treatment (for process water), or without treatment where this is not necessary (for cooling water).
    Water plays a central role in our pulp, paper and board production processes. The structure of paper is dependent on water, as hydrogen bonds are needed to keep the wood fibres together. Water is also used for cooling machinery at the mills, for cleaning, and as a carrier of energy in the form of steam. Water is additionally needed as a medium to carry fibres through production processes.
    Water also plays a key role in creating the electricity we use and purchase, particularly in hydropower plants. Our mills producing solid wood products additionally need low volumes of water in their manufacturing processes.​
     
    All our wastewater streams are carefully purified in our treatment plants before being released back into the natural environment. This is essential, since impurities in water discharges can harm ecosystems in lakes, rivers and other natural water bodies.
    Stora Enso uses top class wastewater treatment systems to ensure that the water we release is purified, ecologically safe, and meets all regulatory requirements. Our water treatment systems also recycle water within mills where feasible, reducing the need for water intake.
     
    We strive to continuously improve water management along our supply chain in order to manage our water-related risks. We require high quality water management from our suppliers as a part of our responsible sourcing. Water issues also are an integral element in our sustainable forest management and land use.
     
    Trees need water to grow, and forests play a vital role in the water cycle, for instance by storing and purifying water. Both natural and planted forests use more water than other types of vegetation cover, including cropland and pastureland.
    Forests’ significant contributions to the hydrological balance include their positive impacts on water quality. In forests pollutants are filtered out of rainwater by the undergrowth and forest litter in the topsoil. Forests also reduce soil erosion and the consequent accumulation of sediments in water bodies downstream.
    Stora Enso does not establish tree plantations in hydrologically sensitive areas. We carefully monitor soil conditions and the availability of water in our plantations. Eucalypt species utilise water efficiently, since they need less water per unit of produced biomass than agricultural crops.
     
    We participate actively in various international initiatives related to water. These initiatives include the CEO Water Mandate of the UN Global Compact and the work of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development on water risk assessment tools. Stora Enso is also actively participating in the Water Footprint Network and in the development of an international ISO standard for water accounting.

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    Stora Enso is constantly working to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions along the company’s value chain. This involves promoting sustainable forestry, creating innovative products based on renewable raw materials, and developing cleaner and more efficient processes and operations.
    In 2011 we updated our previous target for reducing our fossil CO2 emissions, and we now aim to reduce emissions per saleable tonne of pulp, paper, and board by 35% from 2006 levels by the end of 2025.​
    Most of the greenhouse gas emissions generated by our operations come from the energy we purchase and produce at our mills. The most effective way for us to reduce our fossil CO2 emissions is to further improve our energy efficiency and to increase the share of bioenergy in our total energy use.
     
    Products with a low carbon footprint
    Stora Enso’s products are based on renewable materials with a comparatively low carbon footprint. Examples include our renewable packaging and wood-based construction solutions. In many cases these products can be used as substitutes for fossil fuel based materials.
    All of Stora Enso’s divisions have calculated greenhouse gas emissions for their main products.
     
    Forests and the climate
    Wood is our most important raw material, and the benefits of using forest biomass are manifold. Sustainable forest and plantation management plays a vital role in mitigating global warming. Trees absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store the carbon it contains. Carbon is also stored in harvested wood products. As long as forests and plantations are managed sustainably, new generations of trees will grow back after mature trees are logged, absorbing more CO2 from the atmosphere.
    Sustainable forest management also helps to maintain other valuable features of forests, such as
    biodiversity. We promote forest certification and chain-of-custody certification schemes to guarantee that all our wood originates from sustainably managed forests and tree plantations. We also actively combat illegal logging, which is one of the causes of forest loss and degradation, threats to biodiversity and distorted markets for wood.
    Our tree plantations sequester more carbon than the previous land uses, especially in Latin America, where our plantations have almost entirely been planted on modified grasslands and degraded pasturelands. We actively restore and conserve areas of Atlantic rainforest in and around tree plantations we own through our joint venture Veracel in Brazil.

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    Ethical business conduct and legal compliance are not only cornerstones of our way of doing business, but also paramount for living up to Stora Enso’s corporate Purpose ‘Do Good for the People and the Planet’ and our Value ‘Do What’s Right’.
    We believe that an ethical approach will lead to successful business, foster accountability and enhance our good reputation. Our work aims to strengthen our organisational culture, which encourages our employees and stakeholders to take part in open and honest discussions on ethical issues related to Stora Enso.​
    Stora Enso’s Ethics and Compliance function is part of the Group’s Legal Services. The Head of Ethics and Compliance, our General Counsel, is responsible for Stora Enso Ethics and Compliance and reports directly to the CEO. Our Ethics and Compliance Board, which is a management-level governance body appointed by the CEO, monitors and assesses the Group’s legal compliance and ethical business conduct.
     
    Code of Conduct

    Stora Enso has a single set of values that are applied wherever we operate. Our Code of Conduct defines common rules for all our employees, and provides guidance on Stora Enso’s approach to ethical business practices, environmental values, and human and labour rights.

    To ensure our employees understand and follow the rules set out in our Code of Conduct, they receive related training through our established e-learning tool or face-to-face training.

     

    Business Practice Policy

    In 2011 Stora Enso launched a new Business Practice Policy to complement our Code of Conduct, aiming to further strengthen our stand on ethical business practices. The policy gives our employees more detailed guidance on topics such as antitrust, corruption, gifts and entertainment, conflicts of interest and money laundering.

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    ​Our operations have wide-ranging impacts on different groups of stakeholders locally, regionally and globally. In addition to minimising any adverse impacts that our activities may have, we also aim to enrich economic and social conditions in the communities where we operate.


    We recognise the need to create shared value in the communities where we operate. By creating shared value we aim to increase Stora Enso’s competitiveness, while at the same time promoting improvements on economic, environmental, ethical, and social issues along our value chain.


    In Finland and Sweden, where our presence is particularly significant, we operate as part of a vibrant regional forest cluster. Procuring wood as raw material for our mills also creates value for everyone within such clusters, including forest owners, wood supply intermediaries, local entrepreneurs, and logistics providers.


    In Continental Europe, where paper for recycling is an important raw material for our mills, we strive to create value together with recycled paper suppliers, the public sector and non-governmental organisations who promote recycling.


    The sourcing of raw materials, other goods and services forms a major part of the Group’s economic value creation. Payments for wood are our largest single cost item. Our relationships with our local and global suppliers and responsibility issues along our supply chain are key topics in our Global Responsibility Strategy.

     

    Supporting cluster development in Asia and South America

    Our joint ventures Veracel in Bahia, Brazil and Montes del Plata in Uruguay, and our operations in Guangxi, southern China, are a major part of emerging local industrial clusters around our mills and tree plantations.

     

    Our investments in capacity building and local sourcing, local nature conservation, agro-forestry programmes, and income generation projects in local communities all provide examples of ways we are supporting cluster development and shared value creation in these regions.

     

    Responsible restructuring

    Stora Enso has restructured its operations which has largely been driven by the decline in global paper markets. Local communities in our traditional areas of operations have suffered due to the closures of production lines or entire production units.

     

    Discontinuing operations creates problems not only for our employees, but for the affected communities as a whole. We proactively assist such communities to deal with regional structural changes and help to find alternative livelihoods for the people affected. Stora Enso also works to minimise the environmental impacts of closures.

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    ​Stora Enso Packaging on aaltopahviin perustuvien pakkausratkaisujen globaali valmistaja sekä pakkauskoneiden ja -järjestelmien toimittaja.Yrityksen palveluksessa on noin 330 henkeä. Tuotevalikoimaamme kuuluu kuluttajapakkauksia, kuljetuspakkauksia, ryhmä- ja hyllyvalmiita pakkauksia, yksipuolista aaltopahvia, aaltopahviarkkeja sekä pakkausjärjestelmiä ja –koneita. Aaltopahvitehtaamme sijaitsevat Lahdessa ja Kristiinankaupungissa.

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  • Imavere mill receives SBP certificate

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    ​​​​​Imavare Mill has received SBP – Sustainable Biomass Partnership certificate for its pellet production.

     

    The first Stora Enso mill that was granted the SBP certificate was Näpi mill in July 2016, and also Nebolchi mill is currently finalising its certification.

     

    SBP certification is a tool, which has been developed for the biomass energy sector. It helps the biomass sector to verify sustainable origin of wood and the amount of greenhouse gas emissions in the biomass supply chain.

     

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  • Stora Enso becomes Partner of World Green Building Council's Europe Regional Network

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    Stora Enso's division Wood Products has today become an official Regional Partner of the World Green Building Council's Europe Regional Network.


    Europe's largest supplier of wooden construction material and Europe's largest sustainable building network today entered into a partnership that is aimed at supporting the mainstreaming of sustainable building practices across the region.


    WorldGBC's Europe Regional Network represents a community of 24 Green Building Councils (GBCs), seven Regional Partners and over 5,000 company members who cooperate closely to support the growth of the sustainable building movement in Europe.


    James Drinkwater, Regional Director of WorldGBC's Europe Regional Network, said: "This year will be a big year for sustainable building in Europe. The summer will see the release of the EU's first policy aimed at moving towards a 'common language' for sustainable building assessment and shifting our sector towards a circular approach.


    "We are therefore very happy to be welcoming Stora Enso to our Regional Partnership – their leadership and expertise will significantly strengthen our work to ensure Europe's building sector is moving towards lifecycle thinking and the circular economy."


    Petri Perttula, Head of Building Solutions at Stora Enso, said: "We are convinced that our versatile solutions are key to the European Union's drive for circular economy. Our offering helps in reducing the carbon footprint of the building industry. This is one of the reasons why we have recently introduced a set of publicly available manuals and toolsets for project stakeholders to more easily consider massive wood based construction methods from the early stages of project definition."


    Anna-Liisa Myllynen, SVP Sustainability for Stora Enso Wood Products, added: "We are proud to be partnering with the World Green Building Council. We are delighted by the prospect of working with the WorldGBC, their partner network and the national Green Building Councils in Europe to increase the uptake of sustainable building solutions."


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  • Stora Enso launches the UK’s first online ordering system for imported softwood products

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    Stora Enso is launching MySupply, a free to use online ordering system for imported softwood products. The solution, developed by Stora Enso, enables both customers and internal sales persons to place orders directly into our system anytime and anywhere. Plus, the system gives the advantage of seeing our live-stock situation.


    “This is a great, innovative tool to be introduced in the UK softwood trade. For customers MySupply means quicker ordering times, greater visibility of available stock and enhanced access to account information. And for the sales team, it means more time can be spent developing new business with customers, instead of processing paperwork”, says Howard Sidney-Wilmot, Sales Director UK, Ireland & Benelux.


    MySupply provides quick, easy access to trading and credit information, shipping information, certificates and more. Different features such as live access to product availability and a load optimizer will help to meet various business requirements. The system will streamline the whole ordering process, save time and make every day easier for both customers and the Stora Enso sales team.


    “The megatrend of digitalisation is driving structural change in the marketplace and also increasing the need to develop e-commerce solutions to better serve our customers. MySupply was piloted in Australia 2014 and now we are ready to launch an advanced version in the UK”, says Jörgen Hermansson, Head of Building Components and Systems in Wood Products division. “The plan is also to expand the service into other markets," Hermansson continues.

     

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  • More business in Varkaus mill site

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    ​​​​​​For 33 years, the hall was equipped with Paper Machine 4 (PM4) producing newsprint. Today, it is a quiet and dusty place. The echo fades away before reaching the other end of the 300 metre long building. But that will change. The premises will soon be brought back to life when Stora Enso invests in a new LVL production line creating new job opportunities for the region.


    Varkaus is a location where transformation is clearly visible for Stora Enso and the forestry industry. In the former PM4 building, Stora Enso Wood Product’s will start a production line for wooden building elements during the second quarter 2016. The line will produce LVL panels based on peeling technology.


    ”LVL is a mature and well-known technique, but Stora Enso’s innovation enables cost-efficient wooden building elements as a complement to CLT in non-visual applications. LVL will expand our product portfolio and strengthen our market position in building elements,” explains Jari Suominen, Head of Stora Enso Wood Products.


     

    Beneficial location

    Varkaus has been at the heart of the Finnish forest industry for decades, and was chosen for the new production line for numerous reasons.
     
    “Varkaus is an ideal location for this kind of production. Besides utilising the available premises and the industrial infrastructure and efficient logistics, we see a clear benefit in terms of raw material availability and wood sourcing optimisation. The panel production will be using spruce and birch, partly also in sizes that we have not been able to utilise to the fullest before,” describes Mill Director Jarkko Tehomaa from Varkaus.
     
    In terms of logistics, on top of good road and rail connections the in-site harbour at Varkaus will enable efficient exports.


    The estimated total employment impact for the region is 150 full-time jobs, out of which approximately 80 will be directly employed by Stora Enso. “I’m very pleased to announce this investment which opens up new opportunities to Varkaus region and our employees,” says Tehomaa.​

     


    Building the future

    In about a year from now, the empty premises of the old PM4 as well as the nearby storage and thermo-mechanical pulp plant premises will be filled with new equipment. It will not be quiet anymore. After a three-year ramp-up phase, the production line will have a yearly capacity of 100 000 m3.


    “The panel production line, together with the newly invested container board machine will bring Varkaus production close to the high peak years back in the ‘old days’. We will use mainly the same raw material, but the big difference is that we are producing something else. The end product is different,” Jarkko Tehomaa says.


    The total investment to the new wooden building element production line will be EUR 43 million. With this, Stora Enso strengthens its position as a global provider of high quality engineered wooden elements.


    “We believe in wood as the building material of the future. Wood is energy efficient, renewable and carbon-neutral. Engineered wood products are key in tomorrow’s wood products offering. As the population continues to grow and non-renewable raw material resources decrease, wood offers a sustainable solution to fulfil the needs of construction industry,” concludes Suominen.


     

    New Varkaus integrate in figures:​

     

    ​Saw Mill​white wood timber​260 000m3
    ​Pulp Mill​unbleached kraft pulp​310 000 t/a *)
    ​Paper Mill​containerboards​390 000 t/a *)
    ​LVL Mill​LVL​100 000 m3/a (start-up 2016)
    ​Personnel​current

    LVL
    ​350 (including Efora maintenance operations)
    80
    ​Wood Usage​spruce, pine, birch​approx. 2,1 million m3 (after investments)


     

    *) after mill conversion to containerboards Q4/2015


     

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    ​智能且经济高效的多层城市建筑斯道拉恩索扩大可生物降解包装纸板产品系列Cupforma Natura纸杯纸用料更省,产出率更高斯道拉恩索DeLight 产品提供微波适用的保鲜鱼肉包装食品生产商HK 推出系列肉片产品并采用可回收纸板用于冷切包装Performa White纸板用于著名瓷器品牌包装斯道拉恩索用于卫生保健的智能包装解决方案斯道拉恩索Natura系列液体包装纸板力求为客户创造最好的经济效益和社会效益斯道拉恩索推出Performa Bright纸板斯道拉恩索推出用于高端用途的Ensocoat纸板纸板包出来的“甜蜜事业”纸杯上的创意如何成就另一种信息媒介?食品包装领域面临成本及环保双重挑战:我们如何能够提高包装的成本效率和生态效率?推动旅行零售业的发展乳品包装 更新换代 纸托盘“托起”健康生活 用纸板改变世界

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  • The northernmost timber construction project in the world built with Stora Enso CLT

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    Photo: Veldekke Arctic AS

     

    The northernmost CLT building in the world is found in Ny-Alesund, Norway. Apart from the concrete foundations, the new observatory project is primarily built using Stora Enso CLT. The project started in 2014 and the completion of the observatory is planned for 2016.


    The observatory in Ny-Alesund is the northernmost of its kind and part of a global network for researching and observing climatic changes such as sea level, earthquakes and glacial melting in the Arctic.


    The observatory consists of solid concrete foundations and four solid timber buildings, which are connected via wooden walkways. The timber is Cross Laminated Timber or CLT made by Stora Enso.


    "We are proud that our products are being used to develop this important climate research station. It proves how versatile timber is as a building material - even under extreme climatic conditions", says Herbert Jöbstl, Head of Central European Operations in Stora Enso Wood Products. "CLT is a sustainable building material which is almost predestined to be used in environmental projects due to the positive CO2 balance of timber and the durability."


    Prefabricated CLT panels also enabled minimizing the amount of construction waste at the site.

     

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  • Stora Enso introduces new board grade, Performa Brilliance, for premium packaging

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    ​Stora Enso is now introducing a new board grade, Performa Brilliance, for high-quality folding cartons and graphical products. The product is suitable for multiple end uses such as pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and luxury packaging.
     
    “Performa Brilliance is one of the best folding boxboards created by Stora Enso and sets new standards for visuals, printability and runnability. The key characteristics of Performa Brilliance include high brightness, excellent smoothness and great visual appearance. Combine this with high quality and versatility and you have a perfect match for any premium brand. The board offers superior whiteness, on both top and reverse side, in the folding boxboard market,” says Jari Latvanen, Head of the Consumer Board division.

    Different from other board grades in the Stora Enso Performa product family, the recipe for Performa Brilliance contains CTMP (chemi-thermomechanical pulp) made from birch fibre, which enhances the board’s visual properties. Stora Enso invested MEUR 6 in their Fors mill in Sweden to enable CTMP production from birch.

     

    Stora Enso continues to respond to customer needs by developing its service concepts such as the Express Delivery Promise™, which guarantees delivery in five working days. When it comes to environmental credentials, the new Performa Brilliance board is available with the FSC®, PEFC™ and EU Ecolabel certificates. The EU Ecolabel confirms that the board fulfils the European Commission’s ecological criteria for paper and board used for graphical end uses.

     

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  • People and Ethics

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    We set high ethical and professional standards throughout our global operations, and fully respect and support the human rights and labour rights of all our employees and the communities around our operations. We are committed to ensure that our workplaces are healthy and safe, and we aim to make Stora Enso an employer of choice.
    Our long-term commitment to respect and support human rights is reflected in our corporate purpose ‘Do good for the people and the planet’.

    Our human rights approach is aligned with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. In addition to people working in our own operations, our commitment extends to our suppliers, business partners, communities surrounding our operations and other stakeholders within our sphere of influence.

    Results from our Group-wide Human Rights Assessments are available in a PDF format. The report is consolidated by the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR).

    STORA ENSO HUMAN RIGHTS ASSESSMENT REVIEW AND CONSOLIDATION REPORT (1 MB)

    Our People Strategy sets out our goals for human capital development, focusing on four key areas:

    Leadership

    Workforce planning and people recruitment

    Alignment and engagement

    Occupational health and safety


    For each of these prioritised areas we have defined ambitions, targets and actions related to our
    personnel. Enhancing our performance in all these areas will contribute to Stora Enso’s overall business
    strategy to transform into a renewable materials company.

    We believe diversity is a key factor behind improved performance and innovation. We consider aspects such as gender, age, nationality and individual differences like varying experiences when assessing diversity within Stora Enso.
    A robust approach to safety issues
    We are striving to become an accident-free workplace, and we start the journey towards this goal every morning. Our leaders play a crucial role in shaping our safety culture, but each employee at our units is responsible for making every workday an accident-free day. Our guiding principle is “Everybody home
    safe, every day”. 
     
    Ethical business conduct and legal compliance are not only cornerstones of our way of doing business, but also paramount for living up to Stora Enso’s corporate Purpose ‘Do Good for the People and the
    Planet’ and our Value ‘Do What’s Right’.
    We believe that an ethical approach will lead to successful business, foster accountability and enhance our good reputation. Our work aims to strengthen our organisational culture, which encourages our employees and stakeholders to take part in open and honest discussions on ethical issues related to Stora Enso.

    Our operations have wide-ranging impacts on different groups of stakeholders locally, regionally and globally. In addition to minimising any adverse impacts that our activities may have, we also aim to enrich economic and social conditions in the communities where we operate. By creating shared value we aim to increase Stora Enso’s competitiveness, while at the same time promoting improvements on economic, environmental, ethical, and social issues along our value chain.

     

    Common rules for all employees

    Stora Enso has a single set of values that are applied wherever we operate. Our Code of Conduct defines common rules for all our employees, and provides guidance on Stora Enso’s approach to ethical business practices, environmental values, and human and labour rights.

     

    Our Business Practice Policy  gives our employees more detailed guidance on topics such as antitrust, corruption, gifts and entertainment, conflicts of interest and money laundering.

     

    Stora Enso pays taxes in full compliance with all applicable local, national and international laws and regulations. In addition to corporate income taxes we also pay other kinds of taxes such as property and energy taxes. Taxes collected by Stora Enso include value added taxes (VAT) and payroll taxes.
     
    Stora Enso’s approach to tax planning
    Stora Enso’s approach is to conduct non-aggressive tax planning. This may involve taking advantage of tax incentives granted by governments on reasonable grounds where Stora Enso’s business operations are in alignment with the goals of the incentive scheme.

    Stora Enso has operations in following locations that offer favorable tax treatments:


    Our joint venture Montes del Plata will start running a pulp mill in a Special Economic Zone in Uruguay in 2014.

    Pulp from our joint venture Veracel in Brazil is traded via a pulp sourcing and marketing company based in Amsterdam.

    Stora Enso owns 51% of a holding company in the British Virgin Islands. This holding company came into the Group’s ownership structure with the acquisition of the Inpac International packaging company in July 2011. The holding company does not practice any operating or financing activities, and Stora Enso does not make any tax savings by owning this company.

    Stora Enso holds two companies in Luxembourg and a company in United Arab Emirates. None of these companies is used for tax planning purposes.

     

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  • Investing in China

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    Our road to Guangxi has not been entirely smooth. It took a lot longer than expected to obtain the necessary approvals from the authorities. In July 2013, the company received the final investment approval from the central government of China for this super-complex, which will consist of a board machine with an annual capacity of 450 000 tonnes and a pulp mill producing 900 000 tonnes a year, as well as a power plant and other support functions.
     
     
    Years of preparations

    We do already have two paper mills, two core factories and production and distributing units in China. But this is the first time the company has started a mill project from an empty field in the land of the dragon.

    We did not set out for Guangxi on a whim. The project dates back to the early 2000s, when the company first explored opportunities for setting up tree plantations in China. “At first we just went there to look and learn – on a very small scale. Only later did we realise how much potential China offered,” recalls Markus Mannström, who heads the Guangxi mill project.

    In 2007, we decided that the company’s presence in Guangxi should go beyond raw material sourcing. There were two reasons behind this decision: firstly, consumerism and customer behavior had changed; and secondly, demand for board-based food packaging was increasing.

    “Stora Enso today supplies a third of all the raw materials for the world’s liquid packaging board. If we want to keep our position or get even bigger, we have to hit the growth markets – and hard,” Mannström emphasises.

    The plans are for the Guangxi mill to manufacture fibre-based liquid packaging board for products such as milk cartons and fast-food drink cups. Demand for these products is expected to grow at an annual rate of ten per cent in China over the next decade.

    At first, we will build up a consumer board machine and after it is completed, a pulp mill. The total value of Stora Enso’s investment in Guangxi is roughly 1.6 billion euros.

    The mill itself will employ some 700 people. But even more new jobs will be created in wood harvesting. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) estimates that our project will have a direct and indirect employment effect of some 30 000 new jobs in Guangxi Province, an area the size of France.

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  • Cross Laminated Timber | Stora Enso

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    ​​​                cross laminated timber
    Dry construction method​

    Excellent structural properties

    Cross Laminated Timber, CLT by Stora Enso, is a massive wood construction product consisting of bonded single-layer panels arranged at right angles to one another. CLT can measure up to 2.95m in width and 16.00​m in length. CLT panels are made up of several layers and are available in different panel thicknesses dep​endi​ng o​n structural requirements.       
    CLT offers virtually boundless possibilities in terms of construction concept, style and architecture, and is fully compatible with other building materials. CLT is suitable for internal and external walls and for ceilings and roofs. The complete finished pre-cut CLT panels are delivered by truck directly to your construction site, ready for fitting by a construction company.

    CLT is available in non-visible, industrial visible and visible quality, and each individual panel is supplied with a sanded surface. The individual lamellas are sorted according to criteria specified by Stora Enso.
    short set-up time, easy to assemble and high level of prefabrication
    sustainable construction method with positive CO2 balance 
    CLT is lighter than concrete or brick
    excellent fire safety characteristics
    earthquake-proof construction method
    up to 10% more living space gained by using CLT
    comfortable and healthy indoor climate​​​
     For more information please visit our dedicated CLT website: www.clt.info​​

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