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Pulp and paper industry in Europe

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Pulp and paper industry in Europe

Pulp and paper industry in Europe.

Leading companies

According to the 2011 PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Forest & Paper Industry Survey [1], the top 10 forest and paper products companies in Europe were:

Rank Company Country
1 Stora Enso  Finland
2 UPM  Finland
3 SCA  Sweden
4 Smurfit Kappa Group  Ireland
5 Mondi Group  United Kingdom
6 Metsäliitto  Finland
7 Sequana Capital  France
8 DS Smith  United Kingdom
9 Norske Skog  Norway
10 Lenzing  Austria

See also

External links

  • IPW The magazine for the international pulp and paper industry
  • RISI RISI Pulp and Paper Conferences and Events
  • TAPPI Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry
  • The Paper Province Top EU Clusters in High Innovation Regions
  • CEPI Confederation of European Paper industries
  • Paper Online
  • CEPI Sustainability CEPI Sustainability Report 2011

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