The core of SCA’s business is the growing forest. Around this unique resource, we have built a well-developed value chain based on renewable raw material from our own and others’ forests.
We offer packaging paper, pulp, wood products, renewable energy, services for forest owners and efficient transport solutions.
Fossil free world
Limiting global warming is one of today's biggest challenges. As a forest company, we want to contribute and be part of the solution. Now we set a new goal and increase our climate benefit from 10 to 15 million tons of carbon dioxide per year by 2030 (base year 2019). The long-term goal is a fossil-free value chain. By 2030, we have set the goal of halving fossil emissions in the value chain.
From Europe’s to the world’s largest Kraftliner machine
SCA is building a new paper machine for the production of kraftliner at the Obbola paper mill in Umeå. The annual production will increase from the current 450,000 tonnes to 725,000 tonnes of kraftliner to meet the growing demand for renewable packaging.
Our vigorous expansion to become the leading CTMP supplier is now in full swing and our new facility at Ortviken's industrial site will be up and running early 2023. The extensive upgrade enables us to not only triple our capacity. We will also offer an even broader product mix. And our already outstanding environmental performance will further improve.
Park in Ångermanland to include the Hornsjömon and Hornsjöbäcken valley. The new area encompasses 670 hectares, of which 455 hectares are to be managed in a manner that preserves or develops conservation values. The entire park is now 3,147 hectares.
impact from its Härnösand pellet mill and to reduce discomforts for neighbours. The investments comprise among other items a wet electrical filter. The whole project will be operational by the summer 2022.
SCA shares are quoted and traded on Nasdaq Stockholm
SCA had approximately 100,000 shareholders as of December 31, 2018. Some 55% of the share capital is owned by Swedish investors and 45% by foreign investors. The US, Norway and the UK account for the highest percentage of shareholders registered outside Sweden.