SCA

  • Changes to the forest products company SCA’s Executive Management

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    As a final step in the split of the SCA Group into two listed companies, the Board has today – in connection with Magnus Groth being relieved of his duties as President and CEO – appointed Ulf Larsson as President and CEO of SCA. Magnus Groth has been appointed President and CEO of Essity Aktiebolag (publ), which has today been admitted for trading on Nasdaq Stockholm. / SCA
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  • Skogs- och industridag för åttondeklassare ökar kunskapen om skogsnäringen

    Den 17-18 maj genomfördes en skogs- och industridag för åttondeklassare i Sundsvallsregionen. – Vi vill ge eleverna en inblick i skogsnäringen – från skogen till färdig produkt. Förutom att få följa pappersprocessen vid Ortvikens pappersbruk har eleverna fått se praktiska arbetsmoment i skogsbruket, säger Mikael Sundström. / SCA
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  • Changed financial targets for the hygiene business

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    The financial targets for the hygiene business have been updated in conjunction with the split of the SCA Group into two listed companies; the forest products company SCA and the hygiene and health company Essity. / SCA
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  • SCA to become two listed companies: the forest products company SCA and the hygiene and health company Essity

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    Today, at the Annual General Meeting of SCA, the company’s shareholders voted in favor of the Board of Director’s proposal to split the Group into two listed companies. One of these will continue to operate as SCA, an efficient and well-invested forest products company that will include the forest products operations and all forest land currently owned by the Group. SCA’s hygiene business, including the current business areas of Personal Care (including the recently acquired BSN medical) and Tissue will become a leading global hygiene and health company operating under the name Essity. / SCA
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  • SCA’s acquisition of BSN medical now closed

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    SCA’s acquisition of BSN medical, a leading medical solutions company, has been closed. The company develops, manufactures, markets and sells products within wound care, compression therapy and orthopedics. The purchase price for the shares amounts to EUR 1,400m and takeover of net debt to approximately EUR 1,340m1). SCA consolidates BSN medical as of April 3, 2017. / SCA
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  • Information brochure to SCA’s shareholders regarding the proposed distribution of SCA Hygiene AB

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    In August 2016, SCA announced that the company would initiate work in order to be able to propose to the 2017 Annual General Meeting to decide on a split of the SCA Group into two listed companies; one for the hygiene business and one for the forest products business. On February 23, 2017 SCA’s Board of Directors decided, in addition to a proposed cash dividend of SEK 6.00 per share, to propose to the Annual General Meeting on April 5, 2017 to decide on the distribution of all shares in the wholly owned subsidiary SCA Hygiene AB to shareholders of SCA. Additional information to SCA’s shareholders regarding the proposed distribution of shares in SCA Hygiene AB has today been published in the form of an information brochure on the company’s website www.sca.com and will shortly be distributed to all shareholders. / SCA
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  • SCA invests to further strengthen operations

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    To further strengthen competitiveness and enable future growth in the tissue operations in Mexico, SCA has decided to invest about USD 105m (approx. SEK 950m) in one of the company’s facilities in the country. To strengthen its baby diaper product offering in Europe, SCA has also decided to invest about EUR 40m (approx. SEK 380m) in facilities in Europe. / SCA
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  • Proposed distribution of SCA’s hygiene business

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    In August 2016, SCA announced that the company would initiate work in order to be able to propose to the 2017 Annual General Meeting to decide on a split of the SCA Group into two listed companies; one to operate the hygiene business and one to operate the forest products business. / SCA
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  • SCA strengthens its tissue business in the UK

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    To meet the growing demand for high-quality tissue and strengthen the product offering in the UK, SCA is investing in a through-air drying (TAD) machine at its tissue plant in Skelmersdale. SCA has also decided to close an older tissue machine in Stubbins and signed an agreement to divest its tissue plant in Chesterfield to Sidcot Group Limited. These measures are part of SCA´s Tissue Roadmap and are aligned with the company’s strategy to streamline production and secure capacity for future growth to increase value creation in the Tissue business area. Both initiatives are subject to customary consultation with employee representatives. / SCA
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  • SCA to discontinue its hygiene business in India

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    SCA has decided to discontinue its hygiene business in India. Four years after entering the Indian market, our conclusion is that profitability cannot be achieved within a reasonable timeframe. SCA prioritizes growth in selected emerging markets such as China, Southeast Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe and Russia, where the company already holds strong market positions. Emerging markets accounted for 32% of SCA’s net sales in 2015. / SCA
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