Why do colours always seem so rich and clear when printed on SCA Kraftliner White Top? It’s all thanks to the composition of the liner.

Over many years, our in-house R&D department tested countless different recipes, processes and fibre mixes before arriving at the specific hardwood-pulp formula we use today. Made with 1-millimeter-long fresh birch fibres, our pulp creates a denser Kraftliner with a smoother surface than Kraftliners made from softwood pulp. So ink transfers onto the print surface correctly, without leaving any unprinted areas or cloudy images. The result? Full, even ink coverage and beautiful prints – with less ink.

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The future is here - ahead of schedule
We were aiming for our new SCA Kraftliner machine at the Obbola mill to be up and running with its new increased production in early 2023. But sometimes things just don’t go to plan … and it’s open for business now!

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Get ahead - by going green
Our new Kraftliner machine at the Obbola mill is the largest and most advanced in the world. We are also in the forefront of going green.

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Limit global warming
Did you know that SCA’s operations are climate positive? There are several initiatives and improvements made in our entire value chain.

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Growing trees will help us slow climate change
SCAs growing forest is an obvious contributor for drawing existing carbon out of the atmosphere, a vital factor in reaching the climate goals set by the United Nations.

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