Stockholm exchange. Sector: Basic Materials. Industry: Paper & Paper Products. Location Sweden, Stockholm.

Holmen AB (publ) [HOLM-B.STSweden

433USD0.5 (+0.12%)

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About Holmen AB (publ)

Holmen AB (publ) produces and sells paperboards, papers, wood products, and renewable energy in Sweden, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, rest of Europe, Asia, and internationally. The company's Forest segment offers logs, pulpwood, and biofuel to sawmills, pulp mills, and paperboard and paper mills; and manages forests, which cover approximately one million hectares. Its Paperboard segment provides paperboards for consumer packaging to brand owners, converters, and wholesalers. The company's Paper segment offers papers for books, magazines, printed advertising, and packaging to publishers, printing firms, and retailers. Its Wood Products segment provides construction and joinery timber, CLT and glulam products, and wood for pallets and packaging to construction, joinery, and packaging industries, as well as builders' merchants; and operates sawmills. The company's Renewable Energy segment operates 21 hydro power stations; and wind farms with a capacity of approximately 1.2 TWh of electricity. Holmen AB (publ) was founded in 1609 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.

We believe in nature, we believe in technology and we believe in the opportunities that arise from combining the two. When we get nature and technology to work in harmony, we can make progress that benefits people, the environment and society.

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