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Key facts about Stora Enso, spring 2009

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  • 1. Stora Enso Key facts
  • 2. Stora Enso in brief • Stora Enso is a forest products company producing newsprint and book paper, magazine paper, fine paper, consumer board, industrial packaging and wood products • 12.7 million tonnes of paper and board • 6.9 million m3 of sawn and processed wood products • Sales 2008 EUR 11.0 billion • Approximately 29 000 employees in more than 35 countries • Market capitalisation EUR 4.4 billion • Shares listed on Helsinki and Stockholm stock exchanges 2
  • 3. Key figures EUR million 2007 2008 Sales 11 849 11 029 Operating profit* 1127 319 % of sales* 9.5 2.9 Profit before tax and minority 970 152 intrests* Profit for the period 13 -679 Earnings per share (EPS)*, EUR 0.94 0.18 ROCE *, % 11.3 3.4 *) excluding non-recurring items 3
  • 4. Group Executive Team CEO Jouko Karvinen CFO Technology & Strategy Markus Rauramo Bernd Rettig Wood Supply, HR, Sustainability Elisabet Salander Björklund Publication Paper Fine Paper Packaging Wood Products Juha Vanhainen Hannu Alalauri Mats Nordlander Hannu Kasurinen 4
  • 5. Production plants Production plants Pulp in bales 5
  • 6. Breakdown by location Number of employees Paper and board capacity 1% 1% 12 % 17 % 1% 3% 33 % 5% 42 % 14 % 5% 7% 10 % 21 % 28 % Finland Sweden Germany Finland Sweden Germany Poland Russia China China Brazil Other countries Other Europe Brazil Other countries 6
  • 7. Breakdown by segment 2008, continued operations Sales, EUR 11 029 million Operating profit, EUR 319 million* (Share of Group’s operating profit) 19% 19% 18% 14% 13% 41% 9% 8% 31% 26% 23% 21% -20% -22% Newsprint and Book Paper Magazine Paper Fine Paper Consumer Board Industrial Packaging Wood Products Other *)excluding non-recurring items 7
  • 8. Ownership by distribution 31 Dec 2008 % of shares % of voting power 13 % 15 % 21 % 4% 12 % 3% 46 % 2% 13 % 25 % 30 % 3% 11 % 2% Finnish Institutions Finnish state Finnish private shareholders Swedish institutions Swedish private shareholders ADRs Under nominee names (Non-Finnish/ Non-Swedish shareholders) 8
  • 9. Business areas
  • 10. What we do Publication paper Fine paper • Newsprint and book paper: standard • Graphic paper (art books, upmarket newsprint, imroved newsprint, and magazines, catalogues) directory and book paper • Office paper (document printing • Magazine paper: super-calendered, paper, envelope paper, business uncoated machine-finished, machine- forms, note pads etc.) finished coated, and coated magazine paper 10
  • 11. What we do (continued) Packaging Wood products • Consumer board: liquid packaging • Value added products for the board, food service board, construction and joinery industries cartonboard and graphical board • Sawn and processed wood products • Industrial packaging: corrugated to timber retailers, merchants and packaging, containerboard, cores and importer-distributors coreboard, laminating paper, paper sacks, sack and kraft paper 11
  • 12. Newsprint and Book Paper Products • Standard newsprint, imroved newsprint, and directory and book paper. Capacity • 3.0 million t/a 12
  • 13. Newsprint and Book Paper Varkaus Anjala Kvarnsveden Hylte Langerbrugge Sachsen Maxau Newsprint and Book Paper 13
  • 14. Magazine Paper Products • Super-calendered (SC), uncoated machine-finished (MF), machine- finished coated (MFC), and coated (LWC, MWC, HWC) magazine paper. Capacity • 3.0 million t/a 14
  • 15. Magazine Paper Veitsiluoto Kvarnsveden Kotka Langerbrugge Kabel Corbehem Maxau Dawang Arapoti Magazine Paper 15
  • 16. Fine Paper Products • Graphic paper (coated fine paper) is used in art books annual reports, upmarket magazines and catalogues. Office paper (uncoated fine paper) products include document printing paper, digital paper, envelope paper, business forms and paper used in school notebooks and writing pads. Capacity • 3.2 million t/a 16
  • 17. Fine Paper Veitsiluoto Oulu Varkaus Imatra Nymölla Mendelsham Uetersen Antwerp Suzhou Office papers Graphic papers Sheeting plant 17
  • 18. Consumer Board Products • Liquid packaging board, food service board, cartonboard and graphical board. Capacity • 2.5 million t/a 18
  • 19. Consumer Board Imatra Fors Karhula Ingerois Forshaga Skoghall Barcelona Consumer Board Plastic Coating Plants 19
  • 20. Industrial Packaging Products • Corrugated packaging, containerboard, cores and coreboard, laminating paper, paper sacks, sack and kraft paper. Capacity • Corrugated packaging 1.5 billion m2 • Cores 0.3 million t/a 20
  • 21. Industrial Packaging Ruovesi Kristiinankaupunki Lahti Pori Heinola Mohed Vikingstad Imatra Jönköping Loviisa Kotka Balabanovo Bäckefors Tallinn Arzamas Riga Lukhovitsy Bolton Skene Kaunas Milton Keynes Edam Mosina Ostrolęka Wisconsin Rapids Krefeld Łodź Tychy Jülich Saint-Seurin- Sur-L’Isle Páty Hangzhou Tolosana Foshan Pasir Gudang Laminating Papers Containerboards Corrucated Packaging Corenso 21
  • 22. Wood Products Products • Mass-customised, value-added products for industrial end-uses. These include glue-laminated, stress-graded and finger-jointed products and components for the construction and joinery industries. Sawn and processed wood products to timber retailers, merchants and importer-distributors. Capacity • Sawn timber 6.9 million m3 of which 3.2 million m3 value-added products 22
  • 23. Wood Products Veitsiluoto Uimaharju Varkaus Kitee Tolkkinen Impilahti Ala Honkalahti Kopparfors Kotka Nebolchi Imavere Näpi Gruvön Launkalne Alytus Amsterdam Swietajno Murów Plana Zdirec Pfarrkirchen Brand Ybbs Sollenau Bad St. Leonhard Wood Products 23
  • 24. Appendix
  • 25. Major Structural Changes Arapoti acquisition Schneidersöhne Group acquisition Start-up of Veracel Pulp Mill (joint venture) 2008 Papeteries de France acquisition 2007 2006 Scaldia Papier acquisition Intercell acquisition Closing of Summa Mill, Sylvester acquisition 2005 Kemijärvi Mill, Norrsundet Mill, Baienfurt Consolidated Mill and Paikuse sawmill Papers 2004 acquisition Divestment of Papyrus Divestment of Swedish 2002 forest holdings Closing of Berghuizer Mill, Divestment of Finnantara Reisholz Mill and Sauga Mill 2000 plantation Divestment of Stora Enso 1999 Divestment of Finnish forest holdings North America 1998 Sale of power assets outside mills Stora Sale of Wolfsheck Mill, Celbi Pulp Gruvön Mill ->Billerud Enso Mill, Pankakoski Mill, Linghed Mill Sale of Tervakoski Mill and Grycksbo Mill merger Sale of Dalum Mill 25
  • 26. Paper Industry Concentration The paper industry is still relatively fragmented, with top five firms controlling about 20-40% of the regional capacity C(5) % 50 1997 2009 40 30 20 10 0 North America Western Europe Asia Latin America World Source: Pöyry C(5) = combined share of top five firms 26
  • 27. Long-term Demand Growth by Region through 2025 Paper and Paperboard Demand growth, %/a 7 India 6 5 China Russia Middle East 4 Africa Eastern Europe 3 Latin America Rest of Asia 2 Average 1.9%/a 1 Oceania Western Europe 0 North America Japan -1 0 20 40 60 80 100 Share of consumption in 2006, % Source: Pöyry 27
  • 28. Information as it happens: www.storaenso.com 28