Stora Enso Veracel Mill

Veracel Mill

Veracel Mill in the state of Bahia, eastern Brazil, is a state-of-the-art pulp mill run as a joint venture together with Brazilian pulp and paper company Suzano.

Veracel is 50% owned by Stora Enso, which uses its share of the Veracel pulp at its European paper mills.Veracel owns 211 000 hectares of land, which are all FSC® and PEFC™ (Cerflor) certified. Veracel takes an active role in restoring the Atlantic rainforest in the state of Bahia and promoting children's rights, together with the Childhood Brazil organisation.

Key facts

  • Stora Enso Division: Biomaterials
  • Country: Brazil
  • Products: short-fibre pulp
  • Annual capacity: 575 000 tonnes
  • Number of employees: 700
  • Founded: 2005


Veracel Mill
Caixa Postal 21
CEP: 45820-970 - Eunápolis/BA


+55 73 36 118 000

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Biodiversity protection is an integral part of forest certification. Stora Enso promotes and participates in the development of forest certification systems. In 2021, 99% of land in wood production and harvesting owned and managed by Stora Enso was covered by forest certification schemes.

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