Stora Enso is a provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper on global markets. The Company aims to replace fossil based materials by innovating and developing new products and services based on wood and other renewable materials. Stora Enso operates through five divisions: Consumer Board, Packaging Solutions, Biomaterials, Wood Products, and Paper.

Type
Public
HQ
New Sweden, US
Founded
1998
Size (employees)
26,371 (est)
Stora Enso was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in New Sweden, US
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Key People/Management at Stora Enso

Karl-Henrik SundströM

Karl-Henrik SundströM

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Stora Enso
Seppo Parvi

Seppo Parvi

Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Stora Enso, Deputy to the CEO, Country Manager Finland
Malin Bendz

Malin Bendz

Executive Vice President, HR
Annica Bresky

Annica Bresky

Executive Vice President, Division Consumer Board
Johanna Hagelberg

Johanna Hagelberg

Executive Vice President, Sourcing and Logistics
Kati Horst

Kati Horst

Executive Vice President, Division Paper
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Stora Enso Office Locations

Stora Enso has an office in New Sweden
New Sweden, US (HQ)
24 Stockholm Rd
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Stora Enso Financials and Metrics

Stora Enso Financials

Market capitalization (31-Oct-2017)

12.3 b

Closing share price (31-Oct-2017)

15.7
Stora Enso's current market capitalization is $12.3 b.
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Stora Enso News and Updates

UPDATE 1-Paper maker Stora Enso beats profit forecasts on price hikes, cost control

* Paper demand falls in Europe but biggest producers still profit

Legal tech win in brief: Stora Enso selects ThoughtRiver

Global renewable materials company Stora Enso has selected ThoughtRiver's contract analysis technology to run trials to pre-screen a wide range of sales agreements with the purpose of dramatically reducing the time it takes to review contracts.
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