Manufacturing paper is one thing, but there's more to tell us about us. For example, what products our customers create, innovations and how we work with sustainability. Here you will find some selected stories about Nordic Paper.
Nordic Paper is world leading within manufacturing of natural greaseproof paper without the addition of fluorocarbons, so called PFAS. The company has obtained yet another confirmation of the environmental performance of its products as Nordic Paper´s baking papers now are compost certified.Read more
In 2021 transport accounted for 20 percent of GHG emissions from Nordic Paper’s products. Raw materials and inputs, such as wood, chemicals and pulp, need to be transported to Nordic Paper’s plants and paper products need to be transported to customers. Due to longer distances, transporting finished products accounts for the majority of the Company’s transport-related GHG emissions.Read more
Increased production capacity, better work environment and decreased use of fossil fuels. These are some of the effects of the investment in the Säffle production plant. Anna Jansson, line manager, talks about the successful production transition.Read more
Our history and the fact that we have been producing paper sine the 19Th century is one thing. But another part of our success story is how we today manufacture and develop paper for the future.Read more
A request from the USA resulted in Gamma Plastic, an Italian packaging company, developing unique paper packaging for fruit and vegetables made from Nordic Paper’s kraft paper. Andrea Barzon, the CEO of Gamma Plastics, talks about the strong sustainability trend in the market.Read more
Since many years, Nordic Paper is part of the European federation Eurosac. On a yearly basis Eurosac arrange a congress where the member companies are invited to listen to different speakers, attend to seminars and network. During the latest congress, held in the end of May 2022, most of the member companies were represented since the interest in meeting in real life were obvious post pandemic.Read more