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Svenska Cellulosa SCA AB is a Sweden-based forest products company that develops solid-wood products, pulp, kraftliner, publication papers and renewable energy. The Company consists of five business units: Forest, Wood, Pulp, Paper, Renewable Energy, and supporting unit Sourcing & Logistics. The Forest unit comprises management of over two million hectares forestland, which is used for timber production. The operations consist of procurement of timber from and the service to private forest owners. The Wood unit consists of sawmills, wood processing units, distribution and wholesale operations. The Pulp unit comprises pulp mill production. The Paper unit manufactures packaging paper and publication papers. The Renewable Energy comprises wind power, forest-based biofuels unit and pellet mills. The Sourcing & Logistics unit provides sea and land transport service within Europe and other overseas destinations.

  • Revenue in SEK (TTM)18.77bn
  • Net income in SEK14.85bn
  • Incorporated--
  • Employees4.12k
  • Location
    Svenska Cellulosa SCA ABSkepparplatsen 1SUNDSVALL 851 88SwedenSWE
  • Phone+46 60193000
  • Fax+46 87885380
  • Websitehttps://www.sca.com/
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