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Ahstrom-Munksjö in brief
Ahstrom-Munksjö is a global leading producer of specialty papers that add value to selected industrial sectors. Its solid pulp and paper expertise enables to produce high-value products with low environmental impact.
Ahstrom-Munksjö offers the widest range of coated, uncoated, treated and calendered papers for flexible packaging applications on the market. With close to 100 references, the company meets every specific customer’s needs whether for food or non-food products. The variety of basis weights, features and converting abilities like printing, laminating, coating or waxing, enables converters satisfying the most challenging end-use requirements.
Specially developed for twisting, folding, wrapping, baking, crimping or used as bag layers, Ahstrom-Munksjö flexible packaging papers are serving many different end-use markets such as confectionery, bread, bakery, fresh & dairy, beverage, petfood or pharmaceutical to give only few examples. Munksjö is also producing metallizing base papers for flexible packaging and premium labelling positioning on the consumer market.
Flexible packaging papers are part of the Ahstrom-Munksjö Graphics & Packaging Business area. Munksjö Graphics and Packaging Business Area is a global leading producer of specialty papers for flexible packaging, labelling, graphics and industrial applications. Production sites are located in Stenay and Rottersac mills in France. All of them are ISO 14001, FSC® and PEFC™ Chain-of-Custody certified.
Ahstrom-Munksjö is a company of 3000 employees with 15 production sites in Europe, China and Brazil, and pro forma net sales of approximately EUR 1.2 billion*. Munksjö four business areas are Decor, Release Liners, Graphics and Packaging and Industrial Applications. Ahstrom-Munksjö’s Oyj shares are quoted on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki. More information is available at http://www.ahlstrom-munksjo.com/.
* Once the combination with Ahlstrom’s Label and Processing activities in Brazil will be completed.