Arctic Paper S.A.

About Arctic Paper S.A.

Arctic Paper S.A., together with its subsidiaries, produces and sells paper for printing houses, paper distributors, book and magazine publishing houses, and the advertising industries in Poland, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, other Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, and internationally. The company operates through Uncoated Paper, Coated Paper, and Pulp segments. It offers uncoated wood-free papers, such as white offset, woodfree bulky book, and graphic papers; coated wood-free papers; uncoated wood-containing papers, such as wood containing bulky book papers; packaging papers comprising kraft paper and one side coated packaging paper; fully bleached and unbleached sulphate pulps; and chemi-thermo mechanical and groundwood pulps. The company markets its products under the Munken, Amber, G, and Arctic brands. In addition, it generates, transmits, and distributes electricity; produces and distributes heat; distributes paper and pulp; rents properties, and machines and equipment; and produces hydro power and food packaging products, as well as provides trading, logistics, and procurement bureau services. The company was founded in 1740 and is headquartered in Kostrzyn, Poland. Arctic Paper S.A. is a subsidiary of Nemus Holding AB.

https://www.arcticpaper.com

ATC.WA Poland

17.24USD0.84 (+4.87%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

Warsaw exchange

Sector: Basic Materials

Industry: Paper & Paper Products

Location Poland, Kostrzyn

Grade: ADF

368,902,371 USD
MARKET CAP
14.375
PE
0.227
BETA (5y)
1.600
EPS

Profits

for 5 years
320%
for 3 years
301%
for 2 years
154%
for last year
91%
for this year
0%
Arctic Paper S.A.
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