Stora Enso develops its expertise in renewable materials to meet customer needs through products with high sustainability performance. Our business is organised into five divisions, each with their own focus areas and products, catering to a range of customers.
We work actively together with our customers to improve the material efficiency and environmental impact of our products and the related production processes.
Our prioritisation of product safety ensures our various products are covered by specific safety regulations, such as food contact materials, packaging for pharmaceuticals, and construction materials. Product safety and quality control systems cover our processes from product development and raw material sourcing, to the delivery of the finished products. We also require suppliers to comply with our product safety standards.
Our units that produce sensitive packaging materials follow Good Manufacturing Practice – a set of widely recognised guidelines incorporated into EU regulations. All our Consumer Board mills and most of our Packaging Solutions mills are also certified according to recognised hygiene management standards. Our units' ISO 22000
, FSSC 22000
, and FDA
product safety certificates ensure a systematic approach to food safety.
Many Stora Enso products are sold as FSC®1 or PEFC certified, which signifies they have been produced using wood from responsibly managed sources, and that the entire journey of the raw material from the forest to the store shelf has been verified by a third party.
Stora Enso's customers also benefit from the information provided by the numerous ecolabels and certificates
granted to our units and brands, such as the EU Ecolabel, the Nordic Ecolabel, and the Blue Angel (Blauer Engel).