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  1. Interim Report Q2 2015
    Press release2015-07-16
  2. The SCA plant in Neuss, Germany, has managed to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 1,275 tons a year by abandoning fossil fuels for all its heating and hot water production. Thereby, the facility has also decreased the total energy consumption by 2 percent. Part of this success can be explained by including employees in the project and using local skills.

  3. On August 28th SCA held a teleconference for media, investors and analytics regarding the press information that was released in the morning (see link in right column). The teleconference was led by CEO Magnus Groth and the recorded version can be listened to on this link.

  4. SCA enhances its hygiene organization
    Press release2015-08-28

    SCA is a global hygiene and forest products company with about 85% of its sales derived from its hygiene operations. To intensify growth and the pace of innovation as well as to further strengthen the competitiveness of SCA’s hygiene operations, on January 1, 2016, the company will implement the following enhancements of its hygiene organization:

  5. SCA is a global hygiene and forest products company with about 85% of its sales derived from its hygiene operations. To further intensify the focus on the Group’s two operations, SCA has decided initiate a dividing of the Group into two divisions: a Hygiene division and a Forest Products division. In relation to the Forest Products division, all forest industry and forest land currently owned by SCA will be merged into one division. A decision has also been made to invest in increased capacity for pulp production in the forest products operation.

  6. SCA’s annual report 2014 came in fifth place when the company e.com surveyed 1,600 companies worldwide in its “Annual Report on Annual Reports 2015”. SCA’s report is rated A+ or “first-rate”, which is the highest possible rating.

  7. SCA to close production plant in France
    Press release2015-08-19

    As part of SCA’s ongoing cost-savings program related to the acquisition of Georgia-Pacific’s European tissue operations, SCA will close the tissue production plant in Saint-Cyr-en-Val, France.

  8. Conversion of shares
    Press release2015-07-31
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