• Ortviken paper mill enters discussions on temporary layoffs

    The corona pandemic has lead to significant short-term uncertainties for the publication paper market. This may lead the Ortviken Publication Paper mill to temporarily halt production. As a result Ortviken has entered discussions with the trade unions regarding temporary layoffs.

    0 Non-regulatory
  • First seedling delivery for planting on SCA land in Latvia

    SCA’s seedling operation has now delivered 100,000 spruce seedlings for planting on SCA land in Latvia. The seedlings are frozen and delivered packaged in corrugated board boxes. “This is the first year that we have delivered boxed frozen seedlings,” says Peter Engblom of NorrPlant.

  • SCA’s Annual General Meeting 2020

    SCA’s Annual General Meeting of SCA was held at Hotel Södra Berget, Sundsvall. 24 shareholders took part in the meeting. Many others had chosen to participate through proxy. A number of precautionary measures had been taken to avoid potential infection.

    0 Regulatory
  • Invitation to SCA’s Q1 2020 press conference April 24, 10.00 CET

    The press conference held in connection with the publication of SCA’s interim report for the first quarter of 2020, will be available via webcast or by phone.

    0 Regulatory
  • New SCA Wood Magazine focuses on sustainability and wood

    Today we are launching the brand new SCA Wood Magazine! This magazine focuses on sustainability and wood. It contains fascinating stories from all over the world and interviews with amazing people. All content is strongly connected to the material of the future: wood.

  • Controlled burning beneficial for insects

    An inventory carried out by SCA at their conservation park in Sörgraninge in Ångermanland has revealed that controlled burns in pine forests are beneficial to many species of insects. In total, 326 species made up primarily of beetles, including 23 red-listed species, were discovered.

  • SCA publishes Annual Report for 2019 Reports benefits for society and climate

    Today, March 6, SCA has published the company’s Annual Report for 2019. The report presents for the first time a measure of the company’s contribution to the local economy in Northern Sweden. Of SCA’s total disbursements for 2019 of SEK 25 billion, 53 per cent was paid out to people or organisations based in Northern Sweden.

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  • SCA invests in fossil-free heating at Bogrundet nursery

    Fossil-free heating is to be installed at SCA’s Bogrundet nursery. The investment includes a large, environmentally-friendly heating system that will operate on pellets. SCA is also receiving a grant from the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency’s Klimatklivet initiative to reduce its emissions of greenhouse gases.