Stora EnsoLangerbrugge             Chris De HollanderStora Enso Capital Markets Day, 22 March, 2012
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Strategical development                                                                                        2003 Start-...
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Collectioncollection center     Chris De Hollander   March 22, 2012   9
De-inking rejects Chris De Hollander   March 22, 2012   10
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De-inkingflotation cells  Chris De Hollander   March 22, 2012   12
De-inking            pulpChris De Hollander   March 22, 2012   13
Paper makingpaper machine 4    Chris De Hollander   March 22, 2012   14
Paper makingPress section                                         Dry section                Chris De Hollander   March 22...
Production                         Power Plant 1• 55 MWth output  60-65 MWth input• Incineration     – Own: sludge of     ...
Production                          Power Plant 2• 125 MWth output  140 MWth input• Diversity of fuels:     – Waste wood  ...
Number of accidents with work delay  4                           5         3                           2             3    ...
Enjoy the mill tour!• This is a  production site!• Be careful  at all times!                      Chris De Hollander   Mar...
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It should be noted that certain statements herein which are not historical facts. including. without limitationthose regar...
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Stora Enso CMD - Presentation by Chris De Hollander, Mill Manager, Langerbrugge Mill

  1. 1. Stora EnsoLangerbrugge Chris De HollanderStora Enso Capital Markets Day, 22 March, 2012
  2. 2. Stora Enso Langerbrugge• Film• Man bijt hond.avi Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 2
  3. 3. Stora EnsoLangerbrugge Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 3
  4. 4. Strategical development 2003 Start-up 2010 Start-up of the News-line power plant 2 and power plant 1 1957 Start-up 1998 Merger of PM3 for the 1995 Extension of the deinking plant Stora and Enso production of Newsprint Recycling capacity:1932 Start-up PM1 410 ton/dayfor the production ofNewsprint Wood fromRussia & the Ardennes 2005 VLAR Paper majority 2001 Approval investment € 500 Mio: 1997 - building of the News-line Restructuring - rebuild of PM3 to magazine paper - building of power plant 1 1977 Start-up of the first deinking plant Recycling capacity: 1937 Start-up PM2 120 ton/day for the production of Newsprint Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 4
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  9. 9. Collectioncollection center Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 9
  10. 10. De-inking rejects Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 10
  11. 11. De-inking rejects Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 11
  12. 12. De-inkingflotation cells Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 12
  13. 13. De-inking pulpChris De Hollander March 22, 2012 13
  14. 14. Paper makingpaper machine 4 Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 14
  15. 15. Paper makingPress section Dry section Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 15
  16. 16. Production Power Plant 1• 55 MWth output 60-65 MWth input• Incineration – Own: sludge of deinking and water treatment – External: waste wood• Energy production: – 60% need for steam – 15% need for electricity Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 16
  17. 17. Production Power Plant 2• 125 MWth output 140 MWth input• Diversity of fuels: – Waste wood – Bio fuel• Energy production mid 2010: 2 power plants: – 100% need for steam – 65% need for electricity Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 17
  18. 18. Number of accidents with work delay 4 5 3 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 2 /12 / 12 /12 /12 /12 /12 12 /12 /12 /12 /12 /12 201200 200 200 200 200 200 201 201 Jul/ Oc t J an F eb M ar Apr J un A ug S ep May Nov Dec YTD previous years maximum target monthly cumul Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 18
  19. 19. Enjoy the mill tour!• This is a production site!• Be careful at all times! Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 19
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  21. 21. It should be noted that certain statements herein which are not historical facts. including. without limitationthose regarding expectations for market growth and developments; expectations for growth and profitability;and statements preceded by “believes”. “expects”. “anticipates”. “foresees”. or similar expressions. are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.Since these statements are based on current plans. estimates and projections. they involve risks anduncertainties which may cause actual results to materially differ from those expressed in such forward-lookingstatements. Such factors include. but are not limited to: (1) operating factors such as continued success ofmanufacturing activities and the achievement of efficiencies therein. continued success of productdevelopment. acceptance of new products or services by the Group’s targeted customers. success of theexisting and future collaboration arrangements. changes in business strategy or development plans or targets.changes in the degree of protection created by the Group’s patents and other intellectual property rights. theavailability of capital on acceptable terms; (2) industry conditions. such as strength of product demand. intensityof competition. prevailing and future global market prices for the Group’s products and the pricing pressuresthereto. price fluctuations in raw materials. financial condition of the customers and the competitors of theGroup. the potential introduction of competing products and technologies by competitors; and (3) generaleconomic conditions. such as rates of economic growth in the Group’s principal geographic markets orfluctuations in exchange and interest rates. Chris De Hollander March 22, 2012 21

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