• New courses and projects within the Treesearch collaboration

    The work within Treesearch is underway and one important step is that several new and recent training courses now are available.

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  • SCA is the official partner of ASAP 2019, the arena for future sustainability leaders

    A Sustainability Acceleration Project (ASAP) is an arena for students, companies, experts and organizations to learn from each other and collaborate to accelerate the transition to a sustainable society.

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  • SCA invests in Obbola kraftliner mill

    SCA to build a new paper machine for the production of kraftliner at its Obbola paper mill in Umeå. The annual production in Obbola will increase from the current 450,000 tonnes of kraftliner to 725,000 tonnes to meet the growing demand for renewable packaging. The investment amount is SEK 7.5 billion.

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  • Summer workers increase the number of women in the harbor

    Harbor worker is a job category that is mainly male-dominated. However, at SCA Logistics, a change is taking place and at the Sundsvall terminal, no fewer than five girls have got summer work there.

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  • Emissions at historically low levels

    An improvement project carried out at Obbola paper mill last year, resulted in a dramatic reduction of emissions to the Ume River. Emission levels are still at a very low level after just over a year.

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  • Burning and seed planting to help endangered pasqueflowers

    At the end of July, SCA carried out controlled burning at two smaller areas in Härjedalen to encourage the growth of the endangered and rare pasqueflower. More than 300 pasqueflower seeds have now been sown in order to hopefully increase the flower population.

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  • SCA appoints new General Counsel

    SCA has appointed Katarina Nilsson new Senior Vice President Legal Affairs and General Counsel. She will be a member of SCA’s Executive Management Team. She succeeds Jan Svedjebrant, who will retire. 

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  • Interim Report Q2 2019

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  • Successful restoration of rich fen in Västerbotten

    Wetter and lusher vegetation with an abundance of ponds. That is the result of a restoration of the Rödmyran Paulund fen, Västerbotten. The fen covers an area of 14 hectares, mostly on SCA’s land.

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  • An inventory of SCA’s forests is now under way

    SCA’s tenth forest assessment, where all of SCA’s forests are being inventoried, has been in full swing since May. The data collected will provide valuable information about the amount of forest that can be harvested in the coming years without reducing future harvesting volumes.

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  • SCA publishes map of nature conservation areas

    SCA has published on its website a digital map of the company’s forests voluntarily set-aside for nature conservation. This is forests that SCA has voluntarily exempted from forest management due to its high conservation values. The areas include forests that are managed with adapted methods to improve conditions for biodiversity and also SCA’s own conservation parks.

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  • SCA acquires another 10,000 hectares of forest land in Latvia

    SCA has signed an agreement to acquire Sundin Mezs SIA from the unlisted Swedish company Livland Skog AB. Sundin Mezs SIA owns forest and land assets in Latvia. The purchase price is approximately SEK 260 million (€24.2m) on a debt-free basis.

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  • Invitation to SCA’s Q2 2019 press conference

    The press conference is held in connection with the publication of SCA’s interim report for the second quarter of 2019 and is available via webcast or by phone.

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  • SCA signs credit facility agreement of SEK 5 Billion and secures a SEK 1 Billion loan from the Nordic Investment Bank

    Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA (publ) has signed a new credit facility of SEK 5 Billion. The new facilitety is a refinancing of the current undrawn credit facilitys of SEK 8 Billion that was signed in 2017. The credit facility is primarily a back-up facility that will remain undrawn and serve as a liquidity reserve for the company.

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  • 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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