What’s going on in the world of paper? The small stuff, the game changing findings, the facts and the fun. This is where we let you know what we’re especially proud of at the moment. Where we share the stories connected to our future and unfold the mysteries of our heritage.
A few years back, we created a trade show concept called “Make a green statement”, encouraging people to choose Multicopy. Well, when it goes for Nymölla Mill, Sweden where Multicopy is produced, you can without hesitation call the whole site a sustainable statement. This mill showcases the Stora Enso ambition to lead the industry into a fossil free future – through certifications, constant improvement and groundbreaking inventions and projects.
The sustainable, high quality papers in the Multicopy range all help you do and look good. Especially this carbon neutral® office paper that will take you closer to your green targets by saving the planet sheet by sheet. Today we point the spotlight at Multicopy Zero.
Planting season is a busy time of year in Stora Enso’s forests. More than 48 million seedlings will be planted in Sweden, Finland, Russia and Estonia during 2021. Planting season is about 150 days and about 320 000 new trees are planted each day, hence the total of 48 million.
Multicopy is manufactured from chemical pulp at Nymölla Mill in Sweden. The annual production capacity is 485 000 tonnes of paper. Stora Enso is now investing EUR 26 million in modernizing the pulp production in Nymölla to improve the site’s competitiveness as well as its sustainable performance. When the modernization is completed, during the second quarter of 2022, the early pulp production capacity is estimated to grow from 220 000 tonnes to 245 000 tonnes.
The sustainable, high quality papers in the Multicopy range help you do and look good. Since there is even more to Multicopy – being problem free, bright white and a perfect base for amazing print in all office machines – your choice of paper will make you feel good as well. Today we point the spotlight at Multicopy.
As a service to our clients, the Paper Division has developed an interactive self-learning resource on the topic of sustainability – a digital academy – that was launched in early 2021.