• Forest roads can be built with fly ash from SCA’s industries

    Fly ash from SCA’s industries can be used to build high-quality forest roads, as shown in a study carried out by SCA and Skogforsk (Forestry Research Institute of Sweden). “Sustainability runs through everything we do, and being able to re-use fly ash for our roads is another step towards integrating the forest with industry,” says Tomas Johansson of SCA Skog.

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  • SCA sells logistics terminal in Rotterdam

    SCA intends to divest SCA Logistics (Rotterdam) B.V. to the Dutch company Matrans Holdings B.V. The transaction is expected to reduce SCA’s net debt by about 575 M SEK, including both the purchase price and the effect of financial leases which are included in the sale. The divestment is expected to reduce SCA’s EBITDA by around 30 M SEK on an annual basis.

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  • SCA acquires 10,000 hectares of forest land in Estonia

    SCA has acquired Forestum Group AB, a Swedish company which owns forest and land assets in Estonia, totalling approximately 10,000 hectares. The purchase price is SEK 420 million (€39m) on a debt-free  basis.

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  • Electric forklifts - does good for both the environment and drivers

    For a few weeks the employees at SCAs sawmill in Tunadal just outside of Sundsvall, Sweden, are testing an electric forklift. There are many advantages of electric forklifts, among other things, they are quieter, which benefits both the driver and the surroundings.

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  • SCA updates the Medium Term Programme and publishes the prospectus

    Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA (publ) on May 8, 2018 established a so-called Medium Term Note program (MTN) with a framework loan amount of SEK 8 billion. Until the date of this press release SCA has issued SEK 2,2 billion within the framework of the MTN program.

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