• 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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  • 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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  • SCA digs to save the ortolan

    SCA is actively involved in efforts to save the endangered ortolan bunting, which thrives in clearcut areas. It hopes to make it easier for the bird to find food by digging large hollows in areas where the ortolan has been sighted.

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  • This year’s planting season underway at SCA 43 million seedlings to be planted

    The planting season is now beginning in Northern Sweden and 43 million seedlings are to be planted by SCA in its own forests and on the land of private forest owners. The seedlings are from the Bogrundet nursery, the largest nursery in the world for forest trees.

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  • Innovation Race generates new ideas

    SCA Wood is continually working on increasing its understanding of customer needs for new innovations and strengthening its market position.

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  • Interim Report Q1 2019

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  • SCA launches unique initiative for safer timber transport

    Under the name “Not one more”, SCA is starting a unique initiative to reduce accidents involving timber trucks and to make timber transport safer. Some 600 drivers and fleet owners are now to receive training. “Our goal is that everyone can travel and arrive home safely,” says Lars Nolander, Logistics Manager at SCA Skog.

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  • SCA and Moelven in pellet collaboration

    SCA has entered into a cooperation agreement with Moelven to deliver pellets from Moelven’s new pellet factory in Sokna, Norway.

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  • Swedish pine delivered to the world's longest bridge

    Pine from the northern parts of Sweden has been used at the world's longest bridge over water. The 55-kilometer-long bridge, which crosses both under and over water, connects Hong Kong, Macau and China. SCA has in the collaboration with Martinsons delivered 300 m3 of pine which has been used as decking at two lookout points.

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  • Full speed ahead at SCA’s tree nurseries

    The season at SCA’s nurseries has begun in earnest. This year, we are growing almost 100 million seedlings and the first greenhouses are now filling up with plant cassettes where seeds are beginning to grow using heat, water and nutrition.

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  • New website for SCA's design guidelines

    Now you can find SCA's design guidelines as a part of our website, sca.com. The digital design guidelines is available for those of our partners that we collaborate with and therefor needs them in their work.

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