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Stora Enso to convert mill to packaging plant

Stora Enso is investing around €350 million to convert its Oulu paper mill in Finland to packaging production.

The investment includes converting paper machine 7 into virgin-fiber-based kraftliner production, and the closure of paper machine 6 and sheeting plant. Production on the converted machine is estimated to start by the end of 2020.

“The conversion this mill will enable Stora Enso to improve its position in the growing packaging business and take a major step forward in its transformation. We have proven competence in running large conversion projects successfully, as we have already converted one paper machine at Varkaus Mill to produce kraftliner,” said Stora Enso’s CEO Karl-Henrik Sundström.

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