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Stora Enso has decided to commence a feasibility study and environmental permit application process on enhancing and expanding the pulp- and board-making capabilities at its Skoghall Mill in Sweden. The investment would leverage the already strong mill into an integrated, highly cost-competitive and environmentally-friendly producer of packaging board and bleached softwood market pulp. The investment would serve customers globally and further establish Stora Enso as a provider of high-quality, renewable packaging materials.

The feasibility study will evaluate a possible upgrade and expansion of existing integrated pulp capacity from 370 000 tonnes to 780 000 tonnes annually and a possible increase of 120 000 tonnes in board capacity. After the investment, the mill would be integrated close to 100%, with an additional 220 000 tonnes of softwood market pulp. This would enable a further increase in cost-competitive board production. The project would also significantly lower the fossil CO2 emissions of production. The findings of a recently completed pre-feasibility study supported continuation of the investment process.

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If the investment is approved following the feasibility study and environmental permit application process, the capital expenditure for the upgrade and expansion is estimated to be approximately EUR 800–850 million. The feasibility study is expected to be completed by the end of 2021. Production would start earliest in Q4/2023. Currently, Skoghall Mill has an annual production capacity of 885 000 tonnes of packaging board.

“Skoghall Mill is one of our core integrated platforms for packaging materials. The investment would allow us to grow and be more flexible in serving our customers and meet an increasing demand for sustainable packaging among consumers. The investment would be in line with our strategy to accelerate growth in the packaging business as well as to develop the competitiveness of our mills based on economies of scale and integration benefits. It would also bolster the potential of profitable growth in attractive packaging end-use segments, such as liquid packaging board and coated unbleached kraft. The possible decision regarding an expansion of Skoghall Mill will be made once the feasibility study has been completed and pending the outcome of the environmental permit application process with local authorities,” says Hannu Kasurinen, EVP, Stora Enso’s Packaging Materials division.

Investor enquiries:
Ulla Paajanen
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Part of the bioeconomy, Stora Enso is a leading global provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper. We believe that everything that is made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. Stora Enso has some 25 000 employees in over 30 countries. Our sales in 2019 were EUR 10.1 billion. Stora Enso shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki (STEAV, STERV) and Nasdaq Stockholm (STE A, STE R). In addition, the shares are traded in the USA as ADRs (SEOAY). storaenso.com

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stora new 2017Stora Enso has completed the co-determination negotiations concerning the closure of one standard newsprint paper machine (PM3) and the deinking plant at Stora Enso’s Hylte Mill in Sweden. The maximum personnel impact is 140 people.

As a result of the co-determination negotiations, PM3 will be shut down by the end of 2020 and the DIP latest in Q2 2021. Negotiations on organizational restructuring, including the risk analysis, have started.

Stora Enso will continue to produce standard newsprint at Hylte, Langerbrugge and Sachsen mills. The closure of Hylte Mill PM3 will not impact Stora Enso’s newsprint product offering, and we will be able to serve our customers as today.

Investor enquiries:
Ulla Paajanen
SVP, Investor Relations
tel. +358 40 763 8767

Part of the bioeconomy, Stora Enso is a leading global provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper. We believe that everything that is made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. Stora Enso has some 25 000 employees in over 30 countries. Our sales in 2018 were EUR 10.5 billion. Stora Enso shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki (STEAV, STERV) and Nasdaq Stockholm (STE A, STE R). In addition, the shares are traded in the USA as ADRs (SEOAY). storaenso.com

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Stora Enso will be the presenting sponsor for the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2023 in Planica, Slovenia and in Trondheim, Norway in 2025.

This marks the fifth and sixth time that Stora Enso will be sponsoring the Nordic World Ski Championships. The company will be presenting sponsor for the upcoming event in Oberstdorf, Germany in 2021 and previously served as presenting sponsor for the 2019 event in Seefeld, Austria, and the 2017 event in Lahti, Finland, as well as being the main sponsor in Falun, Sweden in 2015.

“We are excited to prolong our sponsoring of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships until 2025. Our renewable products made of wood give us the opportunity to contribute to making these world-class sustainable events,” says Annica Bresky, President and CEO, Stora Enso.

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Stora Enso’s products made of wood are more climate-friendly and have a lower carbon footprint compared to many products made from fossil-based materials. Throughout the events, Stora Enso will showcase its sustainable products and solutions in numerous applications such as wooden buildings, juice cartons, paper cups, paper bags, medal boxes, prize podiums and awards. Stora Enso will also contribute to the circularity of the championships by providing expertise within these areas.

“Stora Enso is a role model sponsor for FIS with their proactive support of the local organising committees' sustainability initiatives with practical measures. We are extremely pleased that Stora Enso has extended its engagement for the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships through to 2025. The company’s strong eco-friendly philosophy and actions will have a chance to truly shine with the engaged hosts of Planica and Trondheim, both of whom have highlighted sustainability at the core of the Championships' DNA. It is truly a perfect fit for all parties,” says Sarah Lewis, Secretary General of the International Ski Federation (FIS).

“The Nordic World Ski Championships provide an excellent platform to increase brand awareness while promoting the benefits of using fossil free and recyclable products to combat global warming. Together with the International Ski Federation and the local organising committees, we are committed to contributing to a more eco-friendly future,” says Annica Bresky.

Part of the bioeconomy, Stora Enso is a leading global provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper. We believe that everything that is made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. Stora Enso has some 25 000 employees in over 30 countries. Our sales in 2019 were EUR 10.1 billion. Stora Enso shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki (STEAV, STERV) and Nasdaq Stockholm (STE A, STE R). In addition, the shares are traded in the USA as ADRs (SEOAY). storaenso.com

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Stora Enso will start codetermination negotiations with employees at its Hylte Mill in Sweden regarding a plan to reorganise the mill, including permanent closure of paper machine PM3 and the deinking plant (DIP). After the planned restructuring, the mill would run on 100% thermomechanical pulp (TMP), improving the competitiveness of the mill. The planned closure of PM3 and the reorganisation of the mill would impact a maximum of 140 persons. PM3 is planned to be closed by the end of 2020 and the DIP latest in Q2 2021.

The plan would result in annual cost savings of EUR 14 million. Stora Enso will book restructuring costs of approximately EUR 12 million as an item affecting comparability (IAC) in its Q3 2020 results, of which about EUR 8 million will have a cash impact. The planned closure would not have material impact on Stora Enso’s sales or operational EBIT.

stora new 2017“The decline in global newsprint demand continues due to changes in consumer behaviour, and it is not expected to recover. This has led to global overcapacity, low operating rates, and poor profitability at the Hylte Mill. The planned measures would improve the competitiveness of the mill. Also, Stora Enso has invested in the future of the site to produce formed fiber products and biocomposites,” says Kati ter Horst, EVP, Paper division.

No decisions regarding the planned reorganisation or employee impact will be taken until the codetermination negotiations have been concluded. Hylte Mill currently operates two newsprint machines with an annual capacity of 480 000 tonnes. Production at Hylte Mill would continue on one line, PM4 for standard newsprint paper. The planned shutdown would decrease Stora Enso’s annual newsprint capacity by 26% or 235 000 tonnes, which represents 4% of total European newsprint paper capacity. The planned shutdown would reduce Stora Enso’s total paper capacity by 5%.

Stora Enso will continue to produce standard newsprint at Hylte, Langerbrugge and Sachsen mills. The closure of Hylte Mill PM3 would not impact Stora Enso’s newsprint product offering, and we would be able to serve our customers as today.

Part of the bioeconomy, Stora Enso is a leading global provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper. We believe that everything that is made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. Stora Enso has some 25 000 employees in over 30 countries. Our sales in 2019 were EUR 10.1 billion. Stora Enso shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki (STEAV, STERV) and Nasdaq Stockholm (STE A, STE R). In addition, the shares are traded in the USA as ADRs (SEOAY). storaenso.com

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Stora Enso’s remuneration policy, published in January 2020, has been ranked the best for Large Cap companies in Finland.

stora new 2017The members of the ranking committee include representatives from the pension insurance company Varma, the Directors’ Institute of Finland, and Nasdaq. The aim of the ranking is to promote good governance practices. Analysis of the remuneration policies for governance bodies was based on, for example, the content, relevance and readability of the text, and how easy it is to find the document.

Stora Enso’s remuneration policy was particularly praised for its connection to the Group's strategy and sustainability work. The policy was also considered thorough and precise.

“This is a highly appreciated accolade for the work we have done in Stora Enso to prepare this policy. The remuneration elements must drive the company’s business strategy and its long-term financial interests. Stora Enso’s clear and transparent remuneration policy is formulated to achieve that goal,” says Jorma Eloranta, Chair of Stora Enso’s Board of Directors and its Remuneration Committee.

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Stora Enso has appointed Annette Stube as EVP, Head of Sustainability and a member of the Group Leadership Team. She will start on 1 September 2020.

Annette Stube is a Danish citizen who joins from a position as Head of Sustainability in A.P. Moller–Maersk, an integrated transport and logistics company. Previously she has worked as Director of Sustainability programmes in the global healthcare company Novo Nordisk. She has a master’s degree in psychology and an Executive Board Education from Copenhagen Business School. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Finnish energy company Fortum.

Annette StubeAnnette StubeAnnette Stube succeeds Stora Enso’s current Head of Sustainability Noel Morrin who retires in the end of year 2020. Noel Morrin joined Stora Enso in 2015.

“I would like to extend my warmest thanks to Noel for his valuable and committed work for Stora Enso. He has played an essential role in setting an ambitious sustainability agenda for Stora Enso and taking the Group’s sustainability reporting to a high level. We have set ambitious targets to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and seen good progress in that during the past years,” says Stora Enso’s President and CEO Annica Bresky.

“I am happy to welcome Annette Stube to our leadership team. Her experience in pioneering and leading sustainability work in global organizations is very valuable and will support us in our continued transformation as “The renewable materials company”. Her background in developing sustainability-based business opportunities and innovations will also strengthen us,” Annica Bresky continues.

“I am happy to join Stora Enso, a true sustainability front-runner. Stora Enso is uniquely positioned as a solution provider in a low-carbon, circular bioeconomy with renewable raw materials, having sustainability at the core of its strategy. Standing on solid sustainability governance and high-quality reporting, Stora Enso is ready to take the next step,” Annette Stube says.

Part of the bioeconomy, Stora Enso is a leading global provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper. We believe that everything that is made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. Stora Enso has some 25 000 employees in over 30 countries. Our sales in 2019 were EUR 10.1 billion. Stora Enso shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki (STEAV, STERV) and Nasdaq Stockholm (STE A, STE R). In addition, the shares are traded in the USA as ADRs (SEOAY). storaenso.com

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We continue to experience unprecedented times with the Covid-19 pandemic, which is affecting global health and creating uncertainty and volatility in the business environment. Stora Enso Investors Relations has received inquiries from investors and analysts related to the Covid-19 and its impacts on our business operations. Please find below some typical questions and answers.

Q: What precautions have you taken against Covid-19?


A: The health and safety of Stora Enso’s employees is a key priority. Stora Enso has secured the health and safety of its employees by various measures and closely monitoring the Covid-19 situation.

stora new 2017Thanks to Stora Enso's proactive approach thus far, there has been minimal impact on the Group's ability to serve customers and run operations. Stora Enso plays an important role in the society by providing vital materials for the food, hygiene and medical industries.

Q: How has Covid-19 impacted your Q2/2020 performance?

A: Group sales decreased by 19% in Q2/2020 from the previous year, negatively impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Sales prices were lower for most grades despite active mix management and a slightly positive foreign exchange rate impact. Volumes were also clearly lower in all other divisions except Packaging Materials, because the Covid-19 pandemic reduced demand, accelerated structural decline of paper demand and created uncertainty.

In Q2/2020, Stora Enso delivered an operational EBIT of EUR 178 million, about the same as in the first quarter this year (EUR 180 million). Operational EBIT excluding Paper was EUR 216 million, much stronger than during the first quarter (EUR 159 million). Cash flow from operations was EUR 363 million. We consider the second quarter result good in the current circumstances. This was driven by strong performance in the Packaging Materials and Forest divisions, and Wood Products division delivering a better result than expected. The pandemic's biggest effect on our business has been in the Paper division, accelerating the structural decline in all paper grades. Excluding Paper, our operational EBIT margin stayed at 13% in Q2/2020, showing the resilience of our growth businesses.

Q: How has Covid-19 impacted your sales prices?

A: In the following, we have compared prices in Q2/2020 compared to Q1/2020.

In consumer board business, majority of our customer contracts are annual or longer validity, and the prices remained stable in Q2/2020. In containerboard and wood products businesses, price level increased slightly in Q2/2020. For market pulp, prices remained flat during the quarter. Corrugated packaging prices were slightly lower level in Q2/2020. Due to Covid-19 pandemic and overcapacity in Europe, paper prices decreased slightly in Q2/2020 compared to previous quarter.

Q: Have your units and mills been operating normally?

A: All our units and mills operated normally in the second quarter 2020. However, due to Covid-19 pandemic, production was curtailed during the quarter.

Q: How has Covid-19 impacted your annual maintenance shutdowns?

A: Due to the cross-border travel restrictions and safety concerns associated with Covid-19, most of Stora Enso’s annual mill maintenance shutdowns were postponed from the first half until the second half of 2020. The upcoming maintenance shutdowns are well prepared to ensure the health and safety of the Group's employees, contractors and communities in which it operates.

In Q2/2020, Stora Enso had 14 days annual maintenance shutdown at Heinola fluting mill in Finland. In Q3/2020, maintenance works will be performed at Beihai, Imatra and Varkaus mills (Packaging Materials), Sunila and Veracell mills (Biomaterials) and Veitsiluoto (Paper). In Q3/2020, the total negative impact of maintenance is estimated to be EUR 45 million more compared to Q1/2020 and similar to Q3/2019.

Q: What have been the impacts on your supply chain and deliveries?

A: Covid-19 has had only minor impacts on our supply chain operations. Our supply chain crisis management process, now solidly in place for almost two quarters, ensure swift and agile response to potential disruptions. Availability of containers improved in Q2/2020 compared to the previous quarter and our customer orders were fulfilled even if some increased delivery times could be noted.

Q: What has been the Covid-19 impact on harvesting?

A: In Finland, wood deliveries were clearly lower due to lower production volumes related to Covid-19.
We have decreased our harvesting volumes in order to adjust our operations to prevailing market conditions. Share of harvesting from own forests has increased, which has positively impacted on our cash flow.

Q: What kind of actions you have taken to mitigate the negative impacts from Covid-19 on your financial performance?

A: To address costs and mitigate negative market demand impacts, Stora Enso continues to implement additional cost reduction actions. The Group also continues to focus on ensuring liquidity and cash flow, as well as working capital management to remain resilient and ensure quick recovery.

Already in Q1/2020, we increased our profit protection programme target to EUR 350 million for continuous cost savings by the end of 2021, and an additional EUR 85 million for one-time savings. Approximately EUR 40 million of the continuous cost savings were achieved during Q2/2020. Including the one-time cost savings, the total implemented cost saving amounted to EUR 50 million in Q2/2020. The programme is proceeding well and ahead of plan. In 2019, we achieved EUR 105 million in continuous savings, and in 2020 we expect to achieve the same level of new cost reductions.

During Q2/2020, we concluded temporary lay-off discussions in several divisions, continued tight control of variable and fixed costs and increased market related downtime in our mills due to Covid-19 pandemic. Stora Enso maintains a Covid-19 risk assessment process to determine the potential near- and medium-term implications of the direct and indirect impacts on Stora Enso’s business operations.

Q: Will you postpone your Oulu kraftliner conversion project due to Covid-19?

A: Our transformation project at Oulu Mill is proceeding as planned and the conversion to kraftliner production will start in the fourth quarter this year. Paper production at the mill will stop at the end of Q3/2020. After the conversion, we will have a new world-class line for virgin-fibre based kraftliner (both brown and white-top) with an annual capacity of 450 000 tonnes. Stora Enso invests approximately EUR 350 million to convert the Oulu paper mill into packaging production.

In Q2/2020, we introduced AvantForte™ by Stora Enso, a food-safe kraftliner. AvantForte meets the customers' need for high-performing, safe and plastic-free packaging while using less material. AvantForte will be produced at Oulu Mill.

Q: What is Stora Enso’s current liquidity position?

A: Stora Enso’s liquidity and funding position is strong. At the end of Q2/2020, cash and cash equivalents were at EUR 1 062 million. Additionally, the Company has undrawn committed credit facilities of EUR 1 000 million, and a possibility to have EUR 950 million statutory pension premium loans in Finland. There are no financial covenants on Stora Enso Oyj's debt. Going forward we continue to monitor the Covid-19 situation, its impacts on Stora Enso and take steps to keep adequate liquidity at all times. We continue to have a good access to various funding sources.

Q: Why were dividends lowered from EUR 0.50 per share in 2019 to EUR 0.15 per share in 2020?

A: In June, the Annual General Meeting approved the proposal by the Board of Directors that the Company distributes a dividend of EUR 0.15 per share for the year 2019. In addition, the AGM approved the proposal that the Board of Directors to decide at its discretion on the payment of dividend up to a maximum of EUR 0.35 per share. A resolution on the distribution of a dividend will be made at a later stage when it is possible to make a more reliable estimate on the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on Stora Enso’s business and liquidity.

Q: How do you expect Covid-19 to impact Q3/2020 demand?

A: Stora Enso has discontinued its quarterly guidance and annual outlook until further notice, due to the uncertainty in the global economy. The current situation has accelerated the decline in demand for European paper, and the market conditions for the Group's other products continue to be mixed.

Q: When you will resume guidance and annual outlook?

A: We will continue following the business environment and consider the guidance when appropriate.

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Stora Enso is offering a possibility to follow its Annual General Meeting (AGM) via webcast as a precautionary measure to decrease any risk of infection of the new COVID-19 coronavirus.

The company strongly encourages any shareholders who

  • have recently visited a risk area for coronavirus infection,
  • have symptoms of illness,
  • or who are part of the risk group,

to consider following the AGM by webcast or authorizing another person to represent them at the meeting.

2014 01 24 083832Shareholders, who have registered for the event, but who decide not to attend the meeting, are asked to cancel their registration by e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone +358 204 621 245. The AGM will be held on Thursday 19 March 2020 from 16:00 EET. Doors will open at 15:30 EET and shareholders will be asked to go directly to meeting hall after registration.

Stora Enso’s private shareholders can follow the AGM by webcast. Please note that this means the shareholder’s shares are not considered to have attended the meeting. It is not possible to speak or vote over the webcast. To follow the webcast, shareholders need to sign in with a Finnish bank ID or Finnish mobile certificate. The meeting language is Finnish, and some of the speeches are held in English. Simultaneous interpretation or subtitles are not available over the webcast.

More information on following the AGM via webcast and authorizing another person is available on the company website.


Stora Enso aims to keep the meeting as short as possible, fulfilling all legal requirements. That is why no refreshments will be served after the meeting and there will be no product displays prior to the meeting. Stora Enso follows the development relating to coronavirus and will take additional measures if needed. With these precautionary measures, Stora Enso aims at contributing to a safe environment. In normal circumstances about 300 shareholders attend Stora Enso’s Annual General Meetings.

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Stora Enso’s Sustainability Report 2018 was chosen as the best in Finland in a competition organised by an independent group of expert organisations.

Stora Enso’s Sustainability Report won Finland’s best sustainability report of the year award. The report was particularly recognised for strong external assurance and describing risks and opportunities. The report was, amongst other things, also praised for the description of the Group’s strategy contributing to a low carbon future.

stora new1“We are proud that our efforts in transparent reporting have been acknowledged. Our report reflects our sustained focus on topics that ensure a positive contribution to society and address our long-term opportunities and challenges,” says Noel Morrin, EVP Sustainability at Stora Enso.

“A good report must be highly informative and coherent, but also easy to use and continuously developed. As a sustainability driven company, we value this recognition highly,” says Ulrika Lilja, EVP Communications at Stora Enso.

The Stora Enso Annual Report 2018 consists of Strategy, Financials, Sustainability, and Governance. All parts of the Annual Report are available at storaenso.com/annualreport.

The annual sustainability report review has been organised since 1996. This year it was carried out in co-operation with Aalto University, Climate Leadership Coalition, Finland's Sustainable Investment Forum (Finsif), Hanken, Nasdaq, The Finnish Association of Auditors, The Association for Environmental Management, the Ministry of the Environment, and the corporate responsibility network FIBS. This year, a total of 47 sustainability reports from different organisations were evaluated.

Part of the bioeconomy, Stora Enso is a leading global provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper. We believe that everything that is made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. Stora Enso has some 26 000 employees in over 30 countries. Our sales in 2018 were EUR 10.5 billion. Stora Enso shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki (STEAV, STERV) and Nasdaq Stockholm (STE A, STE R). In addition, the shares are traded in the USA as ADRs (SEOAY). storaenso.com 

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Intelligent Pulp Solution by Stora Enso

Unlock the hidden value – achieve full traceability across the pulp supply chain.

Stora Enso produces yearly over 9 million tons of pulp in different grades and more than 2 million tons of that is sold globally. Based on our long history in the pulp business, we see a lot of hidden value in the pulp value chain. The lack of visibility and unit level traceability inhibits companies to realize the full value of the pulp.

With Stora Enso’ s complete solution for the pulp industry, our clients can achieve full traceability across the value chain, unlocking value for producers, transporters, warehouse operators and consumers.

We offer a turn-key solution with everything from RFID tags and reading equipment to software and services. Read more about our solutions to see what they can do for your business.

Turn-Key solution by Stora Enso

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Pulp Solution overview

Our solution starts and ends with our unique pulp industry-specific tag, ECO Bale. ECO Bale is a paper-based, repulpable, and fully water-soluble RFID tag with superior performance in the pulp supply chain.

ECO Bale is designed and optimized for tagging pulp bales and complies with the special requirements of the pulping process. Applied to the pulp bale, ECO Bale enables end-to-end traceability until the tagged bale enters the papermaking process and dissolves.

To efficiently apply ECO Bale to the pulp bale, we have developed the Stora Enso Pulp Industry Hammer System, consisting of the Hammer Central Unit, an off-the-shelf industrial-grade label applicator and RFID accessories. The Hammer system has been designed and built to maximize system uptime. All selected components are suitable for industrial environments with no compromises.

The Hammer System, in operation, will do (1) quality control of the tag (2) automated removal of under-performing tags (3) tag encoding (4) encoding data transmission to the selected database (5) tag encoding verification by integrated RFID reader and (6) tag application to the bale unit.

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To read the RFID tagged Bale units at different points in the pulp value chain, Stora Enso offers pre-designed and tested Sonar reading systems for clamp trucks, gate reading points and much more. At every reading point, the data is captured by our Bridge Middleware for use in production and supply chain applications. The captured data may be fed via the Bridge Edge Server to our customers’ systems and/or to the Bridge Cloud.

Stora Enso provides tailored and secure Bridge Cloud portals for monitoring and tracking the pulp supply chain from manufacturers to consumers. 

For all hardware and software components of the solution, we offer installation, integration and maintenance services, ensuring an industry-grade, turn-key solution for our customers.

Download Intelligent Pulp Solution brochure (PDF)

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