Annica Bresky, President and CEO Stora Enso

Annica Bresky, President and CEO: The future grows in the forest

As of December 1 2019, Annica Bresky is President and CEO of Stora Enso. In an interview made shortly after presenting her first quarterly report as CEO, Bresky shares her thoughts on the results and her goals for the future of Stora Enso.

The new Forest division, a changed structure of the packaging business and her plans for the acceleration of the Stora Enso transformation, are some of the interesting topics handled.

Read the interview here.

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