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Edition February 2011


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We care about sustainability


and customer relationships
Vision SCA offers a broad range of high quality, held successful events and our sales office
publication papers – for newspapers, sup- in Germany has been given a FSC award
We succeed together. plements, magazines, catalogues and com- for their outstanding achievements in pro-
mercial work. Our products have a unique moting the FSC brand.
environmental profile and a long tradition   Our technical customer service network
Mission of environmental awareness which made is quick to respond, and have earned
us early adapters when it comes to offer- wide recognition as a team of flexible and
Our success is based ing TCF (Totally Chlorine Free) and FSC efficient problem solvers. They offer ad-
on our ability to create (responsible forest management certifica- ditional support in the form of education
value for our custom- tion). programmes which can be tailor-made to
ers.   In this years edition we present a new suit differing customer needs. New, easy-
paper quality, GraphoMax; an improved to-read support material has been pro-
newsprint paper with good contrast and duced to describe papermaking and reel
Business concept brilliance which make it suitable for more handling. Another service is our ability to
demanding four-colour images. compare the paper properties and quality
We supply publication   On the environmental side a Swedish of printed and unprinted samples through
papers to customers LCA-study examined the environmental our self-developed database, Argus.
who demand high impact of reading a printed magazine   Our core values provide the platform
quality products with compared to reading the same content for building strong relationships, both
a strong environmental online. The study shows that the environ- with customers and colleagues within
profile and supported mental impact is very small and compa- SCA.
by comprehensive rable.   Success for SCA depends on the success
services.   We will continue to offer environmental of our customers, and by working together
seminars on local markets. In Holland, we can adapt more readily to ever chang-
Poland and Great Britain we have already ing circumstances.
Core values

Respect, responsibility,
positive attitude,
funerocity and honesty.

Communication
concept

Because we are pas-


sionate about everyday
life.
Because we want to
be closer to you, and
constantly improve.
Because we believe in
being forever sustain-
able. And because we
care.
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Our company SCA


SCA (Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget) was founded 1929.
SCA’s operations consists of personal care products, tissue,
packaging solutions, publication papers, solid-wood products
and forest-based biofuels.

Board of Directors

President and CEO

Global Hygiene SCA Personal Care SCA Tissue SCA Hygiene


SCA Asia Pacific
Catagory Europe Europe Americas

SCA Forest Products SCA Packaging Europe

SCA in brief
• SCA is an international paper company that produces absorbent hygiene products,
packaging solutions and publication papers
• Net sales amount to SEK 109 billon annually
• At the beginning of 2010 SCA had about 45 000 employees in some 60 countries

Net sales 2010 Operating cash flow 2010


SEKm
120000 12 SEKm
% 15000

100000 10
12000
80000 8

9000
60000 6

40000 4 6000

20000 2 3000

0 0
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 0
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Net sales Operating margin
Excluding items affecting comparability. Operating profit Operating cash flow
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Our business group


SCA Forest Products
We produce publication papers, pulp, solid-wood products
and forest-based biofuels. We manage SCA’s extensive
forest holdings, supply SCA’s Swedish industries with wood
raw materials and offer cost-efficient transport solutions to
SCA’s units.

SCA FOREST PRODUCTS

STAFF UNITS
• Business development and market analysis
• Communications
• Finance
• Human Resources
• Legal affairs
• Sales and marketing Publication Papers/Pulp
• Technology
BUSINESS UNITS

SCA SKOG SCA TIMBER SCA ÖSTRAND SCA ORTVIKEN SCA LAAKIRCHEN AYLESFORD
NEWSPRINT 50%

SCA GRAPHIC PAPER SALES NETWORK

SCA TRANSFOREST SCA R&D CENTRE

SCA Forest Products in brief


• SCA Ortviken in Sweden produces newsprint, improved newsprint and LWC paper at
Ortviken paper mill
• SCA Graphic Laakirchen in Austria produces super calandered, SC paper, for offset
and rotogravure as well as improved qualities
• Aylesford Newsprint in Great Britain (SCA has a 50% holding) produces newsprint
from 100% recycled fibre
• SCA Östrand in Sweden produces kraft pulp, CTMP and airlaid
• SCA Skog manages SCA’s extensive forest holdings, 2.6 million hectares which supplies
SCA’s Swedish industries with wood raw materials
• SCA Timber is one of the largest sawmill companies in Europe. The total production
of solid-wood products amounts to 2.1 million cubic meters
• SCA Transforest is a logistics company which provides an extensive sea and land trans-
port service within Europe and other overseas destinations. The business is supported
by a network of terminals at strategic locations in Europe
• SCA R&D Centre conducts strategic research and development for SCA’s business
groups SCA Forest Products and SCA Packaging Europe
• In the beginning of 2010 SCA Forest Products had about 4040 employees. Net sales
was 17 123 MSEK and operating cash flow was 1860 MSEK
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Our sales network


at your service
SCA’s customers are located primarily in work exclusively with technical customer
Europe, our domestic market. In order to service. Our experts can assist customers
maintain close contact and provide the with difficult technical matters and help
service that customers expect, we have them solve problems. Naturally our field
a sales organization with locally based personnel are backed up by the mills and
personnel in a number of countries. Our our research organization, which can offer
publication papers are sold to a large an enormous amount of collective exper-
extent from our sales offices in eleven tise. Our goal is to ensure that our cus-
countries. In our largest markets, we tomers have as trouble-free an existence as
also have locally based employees who possible.

Paper Mill
Pulp Mill
Sales Office
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We are Europe’s largest


private forest owner
• SCA is one of Europe’s largest for- are used and every part of a tree can be
est owners, with 2.6 million hectares utilized
of forest land in northern Sweden, of • The felling each year is about 4.2 mil-
which two millions are used for wood lion cubic meters. The yearly growth is
production 5.5 million cubic meters
• An area large enough to cover half the • We replace every tree we harvest with
Netherlands three new ones, either through natural
• SCA’s Swedish forests were certified regeneration or planting
under the FSC scheme in 1999. • When the forest reaches 80 to 100 years
• Spruce fibre from our forestland pro- of age, it is economically mature and
vides the world’s best raw material for final felling is conducted. Ecological
publication papers landscape plans stipulate which forest
areas are to be spared for the future to
• From one tree from SCA’s forest, a
preserve high nature conservations
full 95% is used, either for products
or energy. Since SCA owns sawmills, • In the ecocycle, every phase of all
pulp and paper mills, and manufactures forestry activities is handled with the
forest-based biofuel, all interact in one greatest sensitivity for the environment
efficient system. All grades of wood

Forest holdings
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Our fibre strategy


We optimize raw material Aylesford, in the UK, in which SCA has a
by making use of local 50 percent holding, we produce newspa-
SCA Group fibre, thereby achiev- per based exclusively on recovered fibre,
ing effective resource since there is excellent access to recovered
management and paper there just outside London. Close to
lower transport costs the many consumers of paper in Europe,
and emissions. The we also use recovered paper in Laakirchen,
effect of this is that Austria, for the production of SC papers.
fresh wood fibre is Up to 50% of the paper weight is recycled
53% Recovered 47% Fresh used in our Swed- fibre, thereby contributing to the efficient
ish mills, which are management of resources.
fibre forest fibre   SCA uses 4.4 million tonnes of recycled
located close to our
own forest resources. fibers, of which 1.6 million tonnes are col-
At the paper mill in lected via our own organisations.

Seedlings give new forests


• 85 million seedlings are raised each
year to produce new forest on SCA’s
lands and land belonging to private
landowners in the region
• Most of the seed is hand-picked from
our 100 hectares of seed orchards.
These are developed from meticulously
selected trees, so-called plus-trees, of
documented high quality
• The seedlings are provided with the
best possible growth prerequisites.
The greenhouses are controlled from a
computer center that carefully regulates
irrigation, temperature, fertilization
and illumination
• SCA has a unique system that enables
us to track the same seedling through
its adolescent years. This provides
much useful data both for seedling
cultivation and silviculture
• The seedlings finish growing in their
outdoor environment at the nursery.
Artificial snow-cover affords protection
for roots when winters are snow-
deficient
• The seedlings are planted between May
and September each year
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Grade/Finish Trade name Grammages


Improved 65, 70, 75, 80, 90 g/m².
LWC

Standard 54, 57, 60, 65, 70, 80 g/m².

Matt 57, 60, 65, 70 g/m².

SC-A++ HSWO 48*, 51, 54*, 57, 60* g/m².

SC-A HSWO 45*, 49, 52, 56, 60 g/m².

SC-A++ 48*, 51, 54*, 57, 60* g/m².


Rotogravure
SC

SC-A+ 48*, 51*, 54*, 56, 60* g/m².


Rotogravure

SC-A 45*, 49, 52, 56, 60* g/m².


Rotogravure

Economy class 45*, 49, 52, 56 g/m².


Rotogravure

Super-bright uncoated 52, 55, 60 g/m².


offset

Clean and bright uncoated 49, 52, 55 g/m².


offset
NEWSPRINT

Super-bright uncoated 49, 52, 55 g/m².


offset

High-bright uncoated 45, 49 g/m².


offset

Premium news 42.5, 45, 48.8 g/m².

Premium news 42.5, 45, 48.8, 52 g/m².


100% Recycled

* On request
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Our LWC products


Grade/Finish Trade name Main parameters
Gramm. Brightness Opacity Gloss
g/m² ISO % % %

Improved 65 88 92.0 62
70 90 93.5 62
75 90 94.0 63
• Very high brightness 80 90 95.0 63
• Very high gloss
90 90 96.0 63
• Excellent runnability

54 76 91.0 49
57 78 92.0 50
Standard
60 78 92.5 53
LWC

65 78 93.5 53
70 78 94.5 54
• Very high opacity
• Generous bulk 80 78 96.0 54
• Good image printing

57 80 93.0 30
Matt 60 80 94.0 30
65 80 95.0 30

• Easy to read 70 80 96.0 30


• Non-reflective surface
• Good image printing
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LWC made of high-quality


raw materials
Lightweight coated paper (LWC) is essentially a thin Paper machines

paper made from ground spruce pulpwood, reinforced Annual capacity: 500 000 tonnes.
with a small proportion of kraft pulp to add strength. The LWC
resulting paper is then covered with coating in which the PM 1 Working width max. 640 cm.
PM 4 Working width max. 774 cm.
most important constituent is fine-grained clay.

SCA has been producing LWC paper at Ortviken paper mill since the
early 1990s. Ortviken has now established itself in the topmost quality
segment among LWC producers. The success is founded on SCA’s com-
bined strengths. The company’s large forest holdings, providing access to
top-quality spruce raw material and control over the flow of raw materi-
als, enabled it to base its paper production on fresh spruce pulpwood.

The close cooperation with the Östrand pulp mill has made it possible to design a
reinforcing pulp with exactly the right properties, thereby keeping the proportion
of kraft pulp at a low level. This is advantageous both for the optical properties
of the paper and for production costs. SCAs extensive research and development
resources have been a key platform for this success.

Environmentally friendly
LWC and all of our other publication paper products can be offered as FSC-
certified and produced from pulp that is bleached without the use of any chlo-
rine chemicals (TCF). Energy usage is based, to large degree, on biofuels and is
primarily a combination of electricity and heating production. Our environmen-
tal policy is that we shall manufacture our products in a way that continually
reduces their impact on the environment. Conservation of resources will be our
guiding principle. Our long-term goal is closed processes.
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Catch your readers


The improved coated publication paper with high
grammage for printing in heatset web offset.

GraphoCote is a glossy and now even brighter LWC paper that offers excel-
lent runnability through the printing press.

GraphoCote is made from totally chlorine-free pulp. The production of Ideal for periodicals and printed ma-
terial with particularly high demands
Grapho­Cote is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001. We also
on image printing and good colour
have a Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC (Forest Stewardship Coun-
reproduction.
cil).

Available in: 65, 70, 75, 80, 90 gsm.

Advantages

• Excellent brightness and shade


• Good contrast for high glossy pictures
• High opacity and low print through
• Excellent ink holdout and low ink consumption
• Good surface strength that encourages the use of high gloss inks.
• Blue shade
• High bulk and stiffness gives excellent runnability and a better body to the maga-
zine
• TCF and FSC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
ISO 536 65 70 75 80 90

Brightness, %
ISO 2470 D65 88 90 90 90 90
Opacity, %
ISO 2471 92 93.5 94 95 96
Gloss, %
T480 Hunter 75 º 62 62 63 63 63

Bulk, cm³/g 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9

L*, %
ISO 5631 D65 C/2 92 93 93 93 93

a*, %
ISO 5631 D65 C/2 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4

b*, %
ISO 5631 D65 C/2 -4 -5 -5 -5.5 -5.5
*The values given are target values and variations occur.


Producer Environment
SCA Ortviken, Sweden. TCF (totally chlorine-free) and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accord-
Areas of applications ance with FSC.
Magazines, supplements and inserts printed in heatset
web offset. Wrapping
Reels are wrapped in polyethene laminated liner with
Reel diameters inner endshields of corrugated board and polyethene
Standard diameters are 100, 120 and 125 cm. coated outer endshields.
(Machine width max 6.39 m.)
Packing
Reel width Reels less than 600 mm in width are always co-packed.
The minimum reel width which can be produced is 400
mm. Surface pH value
The surface pH value of the paper is >6.
Web length
Approximately:

g/m² 65 70 75 80 90
Ø 100 cm 14500 13500 12500 11500 10500
Ø 120 cm 21000 19500 18000 17000 16000
Ø 125 cm 23000 21000 19500 18000 16500

Rev. 2010-12-07
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Make a printer’s choice


Opaque coated publication paper also in lower gram-
mage with high bulk for printing in heatset web offset.

The LWC paper GraphoLux is an excellent choice when your requirements


are generous bulk, high opacity and good image printing.
Ideal for magazines, supplements
GraphoLux is made from totally chlorine-free pulp. Production of Graph- and inserts printed in heatset web
oLux is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001. We also have a offset.
Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council).

Available in: 54, 57, 60, 65, 70, 80 gsm.

Advantages

• High bulk and stiffness gives excellent runnability and a better body to the maga-
zine
• High opacity and low print through gives the possibility to reduce substance for
specialist magazines
• Good gloss contrast (easy to read and good print gloss in pictures)
• Highest brightness in the low substance segment and blue shade
• Easy to print and excellent runnability gives good productivity
• Excellent ink holdout and high mileage
• Good surface strength that encourages the use of high gloss inks
• TCF and FSC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
ISO 536 54 57 60 65 70 80

Brightness, %
ISO 2470 D65 76 78 78 78 78 78
Opacity, %
ISO 2471 91 91.5 92.5 93.5 94.5 96
Gloss, %
T480 Hunter 75 º 49 50 53 53 54 54

Bulk, cm³/g 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

L*, %
ISO 5631 D65 C/2 89 90 90 91 91 91

a*, %
ISO 5631 D65 C/2 -0.4 -0.3 -0.3 -0.3 -0.3 -0.3

b*, %
ISO 5631 D65 C/2 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0
*The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Ortviken, Sweden. TCF (totally chlorine-free) and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accord-
Areas of applications ance with FSC.
Magazines, supplements and inserts printed in heatset web
offset. Wrapping
Reels are wrapped in polyethene laminated liner with
Reel diameters inner endshields of corrugated board and polyethene
Standard diameters are 100, 120 and 125 cm. coated outer endshields.
(Machine width max 7.74 m.)
Packing
Reel width Reels less than 600 mm in width are always co-packed.
The minimum reel width which can be produced is 400 mm.
Surface pH value
Web length The surface pH value of the paper is >6.
Approximately:

g/m² 54 57 60 65 70 80
Ø 100 cm 15 500 15 000 14 000 13 000 12 200 11 000
Ø 120 cm 22 500 21 500 20 500 18 000 17 700 16 000
Ø 125 cm 24 500 23 500 22 000 19 000 19 100 18 000

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Bring out your message


Easy-to-read matt coated publication paper for printing
in heatset web offset.

The production properties of GraphoMatt stand out when large amounts of


printed text are combined with demands for good image printing. Thanks to
the matt, non-reflective surface of the paper, the printed word is reproduced
in an exemplary way while at the same time giving good gloss for the illustra- Ideal for magazines, supplements
and inserts printed in heatset web
tions.
offset. Especially with a high text
content.
GraphoMatt is made from totally chlorine-free pulp. The production of
GraphoMatt is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001. We also
have a Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC (Forest Stewardship Coun-
cil).

Available in: 57, 60, 65, 70 gsm.

Advantages

• Excellent readability
• High stiffness
• High opacity and low print through
• Easy to print, excellent runnability to get good productivity and convertibility
• Excellent ink holdout and high mileage
• Good surface strength that encourages the use of high gloss inks
• Good gloss contrast (easy to read and good print gloss in pictures)
• TCF and FSC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
ISO 536 57 60 65 70

Brightness, %
ISO 2470 D65 80 80 80 80
Opacity, %
ISO 2471 93 94 95 96
Gloss, %
T480 Hunter 75 º 30 30 30 30

Bulk, cm³/g 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1

L*, %
ISO 5631 D65 C/2 90 91 91 92

a*, %
ISO 5631 D65 C/2 -0.2 -0.2 -0.2 -0.2

b*, %
ISO 5631 D65 C/2 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0

*The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Ortviken, Sweden. TCF (totally chlorine-free) and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accord-
Areas of applications ance with FSC.
Magazines, supplements and inserts printed in heatset web
offset. Wrapping
Reels are wrapped in polyethene laminated liner with
Reel diameters inner endshields of corrugated board and polyethene
Standard diameters are 100, 120 and 125 cm. coated outer endshields.
(Machine width max 7.74 m.)
Packing
Reel width Reels less than 600 mm in width are always co-packed.
The minimum reel width which can be produced is 400 mm.
Surface pH value
Web length The surface pH value of the paper is >6.
Approximately:

g/m² 57 60 65 70
Ø 100 cm 13 500 13 000 11 500 11 000
Ø 120 cm 19 500 18 500 16 500 15 500
Ø 125 cm 21 000 20 000 18 000 17 500

Rev. 2010-12-07
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Our SC products
Grade/Finish Trade name Main parameters
Gramm. Brightness Opacity Gloss
gsm ISO % % %

SC-A++ 48* 89.0 45


HSWO 51 90.0 46
54* 80 91.0 47
• Extra high opacity 57 92.0 48
• A leader in print gloss 60* 93.0 49
• Can be printed with European high tack
inks

SC-A 45* 87.0 43


HSWO
49 89.0 46
52 68 91.0 46
• Good balance between brightness and
bulk 56 93.0 46
• Excellent paper gloss 60 94.0 47
• Top runnability

SC-A++ 48* 90.0 46


Rotogravure 51 90.0 47
54* 80 91.5 47
• High print gloss 57 92.0 48
• Excellent print contrast 60* 93.0 48
• Top runnability
SC

SC-A+ 48* 90.0 45


Rotogravure
51* 90.0 46
54* 73 90.5 47
• Improved brightness 56 92.0 47
• High opacity
• High print and paper gloss 60* 93.0 48

SC-A 45* 89.0 45


Rotogravure
49 90.0 45
52 68 92.0 46
• Bright printing results 56 93.0 47
• Excellent print gloss
• Consistent pressroom performance
60* 94.0 48

Economy class 45* 90.0 45


Rotogravure
49 91.0 45
52 67 92.0 45
• Quality and performance in balance with 56 93.0 45
nature

* on request
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Quality leader in SC grades


SCA Graphic Laakirchen produces SC paper, a Paper Machines

high-gloss publication paper for magazines, cata- Annual capacity: 510.000 tonnes.
logues and printed advertising material. For dec- PM 10 Working width max. 724 cm.
ades the Laakirchen mill has been the quality leader PM 11 Working width max. 870 cm.

among SC paper producers.

The mill’s products in the highest-quality segment, GraphoNova and


GraphoPrestige, have set a new standard within SC papers.
  The SC standard products – GraphoGravure for rotogravure printing
and GraphoSet for offset printing – are also regarded as the best choice by
many of the mill’s customers among the leading publishing and printing
companies.
  GraphoVerde, with minimum 50 % recycled content is a contribution to
the preservation of our nature.

Heat and pressure mould the character


SC paper is produced from a mix of spruce ground wood pulp, kraft pulp
and filler – for the most part finely ground clay. In Laakirchen, a large
proportion of recycled fibre is also part of the furnish. All the ingredients
are mixed to form a strong, opaque and bulky paper that finally acquires
its superior printing characteristics when it is pressed between heated rolls
under high pressure.

Forerunner in the environmental field


SCA Graphic Laakirchen is playing a pioneering role through its environ-
mental work. The mill uses a high amount of recycled paper for its pro-
duction, without compromising on product quality. Laakirchen was the
first paper producer using only totally chlorine-free bleached kraft pulp
– of which SCA Östrand is a key supplier. By developing closed processes
we reduced the amount of waste from the plant. This has been achieved by
finding new applications for bi-products.
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When superior quality is


required
The latest generation of high bright SC paper
(LWC-like) for printing in heatset web offset.

This uncoated mechanical paper provides a performance that was previously Suitable for printing high-quality
magazines, catalogues and supple-
only possible with standard light weight coated papers.
ments in heatset web offset.

GraphoNova with excellent gloss and bulk offers trouble-free press runs also
with European high tack (LWC) inks.

GraphoNova is made from totally chlorine-free kraft pulp, ground wood


pulp, deinked pulp and filler. The production of GraphoNova is certified in
accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001. We also have a Chain of Custody in
accordance with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Programme for
the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes).

Available in: 51, 57 gsm (other grammages on request).

Advantages

• Very high brightness


• Extra high opacity
• Excellent gloss and bulk
• Blueish shade
• Excellent ink holdout and brilliant print (reduced ink consumption)
• A leader in print gloss
• Excellent picture reproduction with high contrast
• High paper surface strength that results in less wash-ups
• Can be printed with European high tack (LWC) inks
• Even paper profiles for smooth run in the printing press
• Very good performance on press
• LWC substitute
• TCF, FSC and PEFC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
DIN EN ISO 536 (48) 51 (54) 57 (60)
ISO Brightness R457, %
DIN 53145-2 / ISO 2470 D65 80 80 80 80 80
Opacity, %
DIN 53 146 / ISO 2471 89 90 91 92 93
Tensile force MD, N
DIN EN ISO 1924-2 38 38 39 39 39
Gloss Tappi UWS/LWS, %
DIN EN ISO 8254-1 (Lehmann Instrument) 45 46 47 48 49
Caliper/Thickness, µm
DIN EN ISO 534 44 46 47 51 53
Porosity Bendtsen, ml/min
DIN 53120-1 27 25 24 22 20
Luminance factor Y, %
DIN 53 140 / ISO 2471 77 77 77 77 77
L*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 90 90 90 90 90
a*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2
b*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7

(48, 54, 60) grammage available on request. *The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer
Environment
SCA Graphic Laakirchen, Austria. TCF (totally chlorine-free), registered and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accordance with
Areas of application FSC and PEFC.
Magazines, supplements and catalogues for Heatset
Weboffset printing. Wrapping
Reels are wrapped in PE-laminated kraftliner, inner endshields
Reel dimensions are of full paperboard and outer endshields of PE-coated test-
Diameters from 120 cm to 125 cm as standard. Reel width liner or kraftliner. The reels have an additional edge protection.
ranging from 40 to 432 cm.
Labelling
Web length The unwrapped reel ends are marked with an arrow showing
Approximately: the direction of unwinding, reel number (including production
year) reel width and basis weight. The labels contain a 12 digit
barcode (interleaved 2/5) indicating the reel number and the reel
g/m² 48 51 57 60 weight in kg.

Ø 120 cm 28 700 28 400 24 700 23 200


Ø 125 cm 31 000 29 200 26 400 25 100

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Keep your press running


Standard SC paper designed for heatset web offset
printing with excellent gloss and excellent runnability.

GraphoSet is an uncoated, glossy SC paper used for printing magazines, cata-


logues and supplements in heatset web offset.
Ideal for printing magazines, cata-
GraphoSet is made from totally chlorine-free kraft pulp, ground wood pulp, logues and supplements in heatset
web offset.
deinked pulp and filler. The production of GraphoSet is certified in accord-
ance with ISO 9001 and 14001. We also have a Chain of Custody in accord-
ance with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Programme for the
Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes).

Available in: 49, 52, 56, 60 gsm (other grammages on request).

Advantages

• Excellent paper gloss


• Excellent opacity
• Balanced relationship between brightness and bulk
• Very high print gloss
• Excellent ink holdout
• High paper surface strength that results in less wash-ups
• Top runnability
• TCF, FSC and PEFC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
DIN EN ISO 536 (45) 49 52 56 60
ISO Brightness R457, %
DIN 53145-2 / ISO 2470 D65 68 68 68 68 68
Opacity, %
DIN 53 146 / ISO 2471 87 89 91 93 94
Tensile force MD, N
DIN EN ISO 1924-2 36 37 38 38 39
Gloss Tappi UWS/LWS, %
DIN EN ISO 8254-1 (Lehmann Instrument) 43 46 46 46 47
Caliper/Thickness, µm
DIN EN ISO 534 43 45 47 49 52
Porosity Bendtsen, ml/min
DIN 53120-1 25 22 20 18 17
Luminance factor Y, %
DIN 53 140 / ISO 2471 73 73 73 73 73
L*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 88.5 88.5 88.5 88.5 88.5
a*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 -1.3 -1.3 -1.3 -1.3 -1.3
b*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8

(45) grammage available on request. *The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer
Environment
SCA Graphic Laakirchen, Austria. TCF (totally chlorine-free), registered and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accordance with
Areas of application FSC and PEFC.
For printing magazines, supplements and catalogues fin
Heatset Weboffset. Wrapping
Reels are wrapped in PE-laminated kraftliner, inner endshields
Reel dimensions are of full paperboard and outer endshields of PE-coated test-
Diameters from 120 cm to 125 cm as standard. Reel width liner or kraftliner. The reels have an additional edge protection.
ranging from 40 to 432 cm.
Labelling
Web length The unwrapped reel ends are marked with an arrow showing
Approximately: the direction of unwinding, reel number (including production
year) reel width and basis weight. The labels contain a 12 digit
barcode (interleaved 2/5) indicating the reel number and the reel
g/m² 49 52 56 60 weight in kg.

Ø 120 cm 29 200 27 300 25 300 23 800


Ø 125 cm 30 800 29 200 27 000 25 400

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Make a brilliant impression


Super improved and high bright SC paper
specially designed for rotogravure printing.

GraphoPrestige offers a unique combination of excellent printability and


good runnability and aimed to be an alternative to LWC standard.

GraphoPrestige is made from totally chlorine-free kraft pulp, ground wood Ideal for printing high quality maga-
zines, catalogues and supplements
pulp, deinked pulp and filler. The production of GraphoPrestige is certified in
in rotogravure.
accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001. We also have a Chain of Custody in
accordance with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Programme for
the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes).

Available in: 51, 57 gsm (other grammages on request).

Advantages

• Excellent brightness
• Blueish shade
• Clean appearance
• Very good ink holdout
• Even coverage
• Superb print gloss
• Excellent print contrast
• Top runnability
• LWC substitute
• TCF, FSC and PEFC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
DIN EN ISO 536 (48) 51 (54) 57 (60)
ISO Brightness R457, %
DIN 53145-2 / ISO 2470 D65 80 80 80 80 80
Opacity, %
DIN 53 146 / ISO 2471 90 90 91.5 92 93
Tensile force MD, N
DIN EN ISO 1924-2 34 34 34 34 34
Gloss Tappi UWS/LWS, %
DIN EN ISO 8254-1 (Lehmann Instrument) 46 47 47 48 48
Caliper/Thickness, µm
DIN EN ISO 534 45 47 48 49 50
Porosity Bendtsen, ml/min
DIN 53120-1 27 24 22 22 20
PPS - Roughness UWS/LWS, µ
DIN ISO 8791-4 1.0 Mpa 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
Luminance factor Y, %
DIN 53 140 / ISO 2471 79 79 79 79 79
L*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 91 91 91 91 91
a*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2
b*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7

(48), (54), (60) grammage available on request. *The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Graphic Laakirchen, Austria. TCF (totally chlorine-free), registered and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accordance with
Areas of application FSC and PEFC.
Magazines, supplements and catalogues for rotogravure
printing. Wrapping
Reels are wrapped in PE-laminated kraftliner, inner endshields
Reel dimensions are of full paperboard and outer endshields of PE-coated test-
Diameters from 120 cm to 125 cm as standard. Reel width liner or kraftliner. The reels have an additional edge protection.
ranging from 40 to 432 cm.
Labelling
Web length The unwrapped reel ends are marked with an arrow showing
Approximately: the direction of unwinding, reel number (including production
year) reel width and basis weight. The labels contain a 12 digit
barcode (interleaved 2/5) indicating the reel number and the reel
g/m² 48 54 57 60 weight in kg.
Ø 120 cm 26 500 24 700 24 000
Ø 125 cm 31 500 28 400 26 700 25 600
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Get a better picture


Improved SC paper with higher brightness and
high opacity designed for rotogravure printing.

GraphoGrande is an uncoated, high-glossy paper suitable for printing maga-


zines, catalogues and supplements.

GraphoGrande is made from totally chlorine-free kraft pulp, ground wood Ideal for printing magazines, cata-
logues and supplements.
pulp, deinked pulp and filler. The production of GraphoGrande is certified in
accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001. We also have a Chain of Custody in
accordance with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Programme for
the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes).

Available in: 56 gsm (other grammages on request).

Advantages

• Improved brightness
• Blueish shade
• High opacity
• No calendar blackening
• Good paper and print gloss
• Even coverage
• Consistent pressroom performance
• TCF, FSC and PEFC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
DIN EN ISO 536 (48) (51) (54) 56 (60)
ISO Brightness R457, %
DIN 53145-2 / ISO 2470 D65 73 73 73 73 73
Opacity, %
DIN 53 146 / ISO 2471 90 90 90.5 92 93
Tensile force MD, N
DIN EN ISO 1924-2 34 34 34 34 34
Gloss Tappi UWS/LWS, %
DIN EN ISO 8254-1 (Lehmann Instrument) 45 46 47 47 48
Caliper/Thickness, µm
DIN EN ISO 534 45 46 47 48 49
Porosity Bendtsen, ml/min
DIN 53120-1 24 22 20 17 15
PPS - Roughness UWS/LWS, µ
DIN ISO 8791-4 1.0 Mpa 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
Luminance factor Y, %
DIN 53 140 / ISO 2471 77 77 77 77 77
L*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 90 90 90 90 90
a*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 -1.2 -1.2 -1.2 -1.2 -1.2
b*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 3.8 3.8 3.8 3.8 3.8

(48), (51), (54), (60) grammage available on request. *The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Graphic Laakirchen, Austria. TCF (totally chlorine-free), registered and certified in accord-
ance with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accord-
Areas of application
ance with FSC and PEFC.
Magazines, supplements and catalogues for rotogravure
printing.
Wrapping
Reel dimensions Reels are wrapped in PE-laminated kraftliner, inner end-
Diameters from 120 cm to 125 cm as standard. Reel width shields are of full paperboard and outer endshields of
ranging from 40 to 432 cm. PE-coated testliner or kraftliner. The reels have an additional
edge protection.
Web length
Approximately: Labelling
The unwrapped reel ends are marked with an arrow showing
the direction of unwinding, reel number (including production
g/m² 48 51 56 60 year) reel width and basis weight. The labels contain a 12
digit barcode (interleaved 2/5) indicating the reel number and
Ø 100 cm 31 600 29 800 27 600 25 100 the reel weight in kg.
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Keeping promises
Standard SC paper for rotogravure printing
with good gloss and excellent printability.

GraphoGravure is an uncoated paper used for printing magazines, catalogues


and supplements.

GraphoGravure is made from totally chlorine-free kraft pulp, ground wood Ideal for printing magazines, cata-
logues and supplements.
pulp, deinked pulp and filler. The production of GraphoGravure is certified
in accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001. We also have a Chain of Custody in
accordance with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC
(Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes).

Available in: 49, 52, 56 gsm (other grammages on special request).

Advantages

• High opacity
• Excellent print gloss
• Very good printability
• Consistent pressroom performance
• TCF, FSC and PEFC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
DIN EN ISO 536 (45) 49 52 56 (60)
ISO Brightness R457, %
DIN 53145-2 / ISO 2470 D65 68 68 68 68 68
Opacity, %
DIN 53 146 / ISO 2471 89 90 92 93 94
Tensile force MD, N
DIN EN ISO 1924-2 34 34 34 34 34
Gloss Tappi UWS/LWS, %
DIN EN ISO 8254-1 (Lehmann Instrument) 45 45 46 47 48
Caliper/Thickness, µm
DIN EN ISO 534 42 44 46 48 49
Porosity Bendtsen, ml/min
DIN 53120-1 25 22 18 15 12
PPS - Roughness UWS/LWS, µ
DIN ISO 8791-4 1.0 Mpa 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
Luminance factor Y, %
DIN 53 140 / ISO 2471 72 72 72 72 72
L*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 88 88 88 88 88
a*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 -1.4 -1.4 -1.4 -1.4 -1.4
b*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9

(48), (60) grammage available on request. *The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Graphic Laakirchen, Austria. TCF (totally chlorine-free), registered and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accordance with
Areas of application
FSC and PEFC.
Magazines, supplements and catalogues for rotogravure
printing.
Wrapping
Reel dimensions Reels are wrapped in PE-laminated kraftliner, inner endshields
Diameters from 120 cm to 125 cm as standard. Reel width are of full paperboard and outer endshields of PE-coated test-
ranging from 40 to 432 cm. liner or kraftliner. The reels have an additional edge protection.
Web length Labelling
The correlation between grammage (g/m²) and web The unwrapped reel ends are marked with an arrow showing
length (m) for various reel diameters are approximately: the direction of unwinding, reel number (including production
year) reel width and basis weight. The labels contain a 12 digit
g/m² 49 52 56 60 barcode (interleaved 2/5) indicating the reel number and the reel
weight in kg.
Ø 120 cm 28 200 27 500 26 000 23 800
Ø 125 cm 30 000 29 300 27 700 26 700
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Make your natural choice


Economy class paper for rotogravure printing with high
recycled content (minimum 50 %) – a contribution to
the preservation of our nature.

GraphoVerde is an uncoated paper used for printing magazines, catalogues


and supplements. Suitable for printing magazines and
advertising material in rotogravure.
GraphoVerde is made from totally chlorine-free kraft pulp, ground wood
pulp, deinked pulp and filler. The production of GraphoVerde is certified in
accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001. We also have a Chain of Custody in
accordance with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Programme for
the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes).

Available in: 49, 52, 56 gsm (other grammages on request).

Advantages

• Quality performance in balance with nature


• Economizing resources
• High recycled content (minimum 50 %)
• Available in Jumbo reels
• Outstanding printability
• Excellent pressroom performance
• TCF, FSC and PEFC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
DIN EN ISO 536 (45) 49 52 56
ISO Brightness R457, %
DIN 53145-2 / ISO 2470 D65 67 67 67 67
Opacity, %
DIN 53 146 / ISO 2471 90 91 92 93
Tensile force MD, N
DIN EN ISO 1924-2 32 32 34 34
Gloss Tappi UWS/LWS, %
DIN EN ISO 8254-1 (Lehmann Instrument) 45 45 45 45
Caliper/Thickness, µm
DIN EN ISO 534 42 44 48 50
Porosity Bendtsen, ml/min
DIN 53120-1 25 22 22 22
PPS - Roughness UWS/LWS, µ
DIN ISO 8791-4 1.0 Mpa 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2
Luminance factor Y, %
DIN 53 140 / ISO 2471 71 71 71 71
L*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 87 87 87 87
a*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0 -1.0
b*, %
DIN 6174 / ISO 5631 D65 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.3

(45) grammage available on request. *The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Graphic Laakirchen, Austria. TCF (totally chlorine-free), certified in accordance with ISO
9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC and
Areas of application PEFC. Minimum 50% recycled content.
Magazines and advertising material for rotogravure print-
ing. Wrapping
Reels are wrapped in PE-laminated kraftliner, inner endshields
Reel dimensions are of full paperboard and outer endshields of PE-coated test-
Diameters from 120 cm to 125 cm as standard. Reel width liner or kraftliner. The reels have an additional edge protection.
ranging from 40 to 432 cm.
Labelling
Web length
The unwrapped reel ends are marked with an arrow showing
Approximately:
the direction of unwinding, reel number (including production
year) reel width and basis weight. The labels contain a 12 digit
g/m² 49 52 56 barcode (interleaved 2/5) indicating the reel number and the reel
weight in kg.
Ø 120 cm 29 100 27 300 25 200
Ø 125 cm 30 600 29 100 26 800
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Our newsprint products


Grade/Finish Trade name Main parameters
Gramm. Brightness Opacity
gsm ISO % %

Super-bright
uncoated offset
52 92.0
• Excellent perceived whiteness
• Clean sheet for superior image reproduction 55 75 93.0
• Matt easy-to-read surface 60 94.0

Super-bright
uncoated offset
• Excellent runnability to get good productivity and
convertability
49 91.0
• Matt easy-to-read surface
• Clean, free of spots 52 72 92.0
• High bulk gives stability even with few pages 55 93.0

High-bright
uncoated offset

• Excellent runnability to get good productivity and


NEWSPRINT

49 91.5
convertability
• Stiff, high bulk with stable result 52 68 92.0
• Matt easy-to-read surface 55 93.0
• Clean, free of spots

High-bright
uncoated offset

• Clean and stiff, free of spots 45 62 94.0


• High bulk for high quality feel, smooth run in press 49 95.0
• Very good formation for even print result and
consistency
• Excellent runnability

Premium news

42.5 94.0
• Clean and stiff, free of spots
• Excellent formation combined with a smooth 45 60 95.0
surface give very good print quality and image 48.8 96.0
reproduction
• Excellent runnability

Premium news 42.5 93.0


100% Recycled
45 94.0
• Excellent printability 48.8 60 95.0
• Good opacity
• Good luminance
52 96.0
• Excellent strength and density

* on request
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Our Newsprint products


Newsprint is a classic SCA product and Ortviken has many loyal newsprint Paper machines
customers, some of whom have been customers ever since production started at
the end of the 1950s. SCA Ortviken
  The mill also has high-bright and super-bright uncoated offset grades – Annual capacity: 375.000 tonnes.
GraphoCrystal, GraphoBright Extra and GraphoBright. These paper grades
Improved newsprint
have particularly good printing qualities, making them ideal for such purposes
PM 2 Working width max. 647 cm.
as Sunday supplements, advertising materials and books.
  For a newspaper publisher, delivery reliability is perhaps just as important a Standard newsprint
factor as paper quality, which means that SCA’s sophisticated logistics system, PM 5 Working width max. 856 cm.
comprising vessels, trains and trucks, is a major asset.
Aylesford Newsprint
Annual capacity: 400 000 tonnes.
FSC-certified newsprint
The same high-quality raw material – healthy, fresh spruce pulpwood – is used Standard newsprint
for all Ortviken products. FSC certification can be offered in newsprint and im- PM 13 Working width max. 540 cm.
PM 14 Working width max. 940 cm.
proved grades. The newsprint gains considerable quality benefits, having good
readability and print reproduction, clean and free from spots as well as being
among the best in its class in terms of bulk, stiffness and runnability.
  Aylesford Newsprint has been accredited with the FSC Recycled Chain of
Custody Certificate 2010.

Aylesford Newsprint
For eighty years Newsprint has been produced at the mill near the village of
Aylesford in southern England. Aylesford Newsprint manufactures 100%
recycled newsprint which is sold under the Renaissance brand name and used
by leading European newspaper publishers. We recover half a million tonnes
per annum of used newspapers and magazines to produce some 400,000 tonnes
of recycled newsprint. A large proportion of this is achieved by our own waste
bins distributed through out of England.
  Aylesford Newsprint was acquired by SCA in 1990. SCA Forest Products and
Mondi Europe are equal owners of Aylesford Newsprint Ltd.
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A crystal clear experience


Bulky, super-bright uncoated offset paper with highly
perceived whiteness for demanding four-colour print-
ing.

GraphoCrystal is made from Thermo Mechanical Pulp. Bleaching of the paper Mainly intended for high quality
is done entirely without chemicals containing chlorine. It is produced with supplements and magazines for
TMP which means that the wood consumption and bleaching needs are low. newspapers printed in coldset and
heatset web offset presses. It is also
The production of GraphoCrystal is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 suitable for advertising purposes in
and 14001 and has a Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC guidelines. both coldset and heatset.

Available in: 52, 55, 60 gsm.

Advantages

• Excellent perceived whiteness


• Clean sheet for superior image reproduction
• Matt easy-to-read surface
• Stable paper with high bulk gives excellent runnability to get good productivity
and convertability
• TCF and FSC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
ISO 536 52 55 60

Brightness, %
ISO 2470 75 75 75
Opacity, %
ISO 2471 92 93 94
Caliper, µm
ISO 534 79 84 91

Bulk, cm³/g 1.6 1.55 1.5


Y-value, %
ISO 2471 75 75 75
L*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 88.9 88.9 88.9
a*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 -0.2 -0.2 -0.2
b*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 0.5 0.5 0.5
*The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Ortviken, Sweden. TCF (totally chlorine-free) and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accord-
Areas of applications ance with FSC.
Bulky, super bright uncoated offset paper with highly
perceived whiteness for demanding four-colour printing. Wrapping
Mainly intended for high-quality supplements, magazines Reels are wrapped in polyethene laminated liner with
and commercial printing. Specially developed for web- inner endshields of corrugated board and polyethene
offset printing in heatset and coldset. coated outer endshields.

Reel diameters Packing


Standard diameters are 100, 115 and 125 cm. Reels less than 600 mm in width are always co-packed.

Web length Surface pH value


Approximately: The surface pH value of the paper is >6.

g/m² 52 55 60
Ø 100 cm 10 700 10 000 9 200
Ø 115 cm 14 100 13 300 12 200
Ø 125 cm 16 700 15 700 14 400

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For extra bright ideas


Super-bright uncoated offset paper with high bulk,
which give stability even with few pages.

GraphoBright Extra is made from Thermo Mechanical Pulp. Bleaching of the


paper is done entirely without chemicals containing chlorine. It is produced
with TMP which means that the wood consumption and bleaching needs are Extra high-bright uncoated offset.
low. Primarily for newspaper supple-
ments, advertising matter and
The production of GraphoBright Extra is certified in accordance with ISO periodicals in coldset and heatset
9001 and 14001 and has a Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC guide- web offset.
lines.

Available in: 49, 52, 55 gsm.

Advantages

• Excellent runnability to get good productivity and convertability


• Matt easy-to-read surface
• Clean sheet for superior image reproduction

• High bulk gives stability even with few pages


• TCF and FSC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
ISO 536 49 52 55

Brightness, %
ISO 2470 72 72 72
Opacity, %
ISO 2471 91 92 93
Caliper, µm
ISO 534 77 81 85

Bulk, cm³/g 1.6 1.6 1.6


Y-value, %
ISO 2471 74 74 74
L*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 88.4 88.4 88.4
a*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 -0.2 -0.2 -0.2
b*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 2.2 2.2 2.2
*The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Ortviken, Sweden. TCF (totally chlorine-free) and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accord-
Areas of applications ance with FSC.
Bulky, super bright uncoated offset paper for supple-
ments advertising matter and periodicals in coldset Wrapping
and heatset offset. Reels are wrapped in polyethene laminated liner with
inner endshields of corrugated board and polyethene
Reel diameters coated outer endshields.
Standard diameters are 100, 115 and 125 cm.
Packing
Web length Reels less than 600 mm in width are always co-packed.
Approximately:
Surface pH value
The surface pH value of the paper is >6.
g/m² 49 52 55
Ø 100 cm 11 200 10 700 10 000
Ø 115 cm 14 800 14 100 13 200
Ø 125 cm 17 600 16 800 15 700

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Look on the bright side


High-bright uncoated offset paper with high bulk.
Gives a stable result and good total economy.

GraphoBright is made from Thermo Mechanical Pulp. Bleaching of the paper


is done entirely without chemicals containing chlorine. It is produced with
TMP which means that the wood consumption and bleaching needs are low. Clean, high-bright offset paper with
high bulk. Primarily for newspa-
The production of GraphoBright is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and per supplements and advertising
material in coldset and heatset web
14001 and has a Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC guidelines.
offset.

Available in: 49, 52, 55 gsm.

Advantages

• Excellent runnability to get good productivity and convertability


• Stiff, high bulk with stable result
• Clean, free of spots
• TCF and FSC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
ISO 536 49 52 55

Brightness, %
ISO 2470 68 68 68
Opacity, %
ISO 2471 91.5 92 93
Caliper, µm
ISO 534 79 82 87

Bulk, cm³/g 1.6 1.6 1.6


Y-value, %
ISO 2471 73 73 73
L*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 88.0 88.0 88.0
a*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 0.2 0.2 0.2
b*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 4.3 4.3 4.3
*The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Ortviken, Sweden. TCF (totally chlorine-free) and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accord-
Areas of applications ance with FSC.
High bright uncoated offset paper with high bulk primarily
for supplemants and advertising matter in coldset and Wrapping
heatset offset. Reels are wrapped in polyethene laminated liner with
inner endshields of corrugated board and polyethene
Reel diameters coated outer endshields.
Standard diameters are 100, 115 and 125 cm.
Packing
Web length Reels less than 600 mm in width are always co-packed.
Approximately:
Surface pH value
g/m² 49 52 55 The surface pH value of the paper is >6.
Ø 100 cm 11 000 10 500 9 800
Ø 115 cm 14 500 13 800 12 900
Ø 125 cm 17 200 16 300 15 300

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Pure performance
GraphoMax is clean, thanks to the fresh fibre, bright
and has a bulk that gives a good quality feeling.

Uncoated fresh fibre paper for printing in heatset web offset. GraphoMax is
a very clean sheet with a brightness level to make the end product stand out
from the crowd. An excellent formation and surface makes the print even and Clean, brighter sheet to enhance
print result with a very good runna-
consistent. The bulk and stiffness makes the sheet run smoothly through the
bility in press and mailing room.
press and mailing rooms.

Primarily intended for the commercial print market this product gives bril-
liance in the end product with a high quality feel from a bulky sheet. Grapho-
Max is made from Thermo Mechanical Pulp.

The production of GraphoMax is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and


14001. It has also a Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC guidelines.

Available in: 45, 49 gsm.

Advantages

• Clean and stiff, free of spots


• High bulk for high quality feel and smooth run in press
• Very good formation for even print result and consistency
• Excellent runnability
• TCF and FSC.
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
ISO 536 45 49

Brightness, %
ISO 2470 62 62
Opacity, %
ISO 2471 94 95
Caliper, µm
ISO 534 74 81

Bulk, cm³/g 1.6 1.6


Y-value, %
ISO 2471 66 66
L*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 85 85
a*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 -0.2 -0.2
b*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 3.3 3.3
*The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Ortviken, Sweden. TCF (totally chlorine-free) and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accord-
Areas of applications ance with FSC.
When a fresh and clean look is preferred. Good contrast
and brilliance make this sheet suitable for more demand- Wrapping
ing four-colour images. High bulk for quality feel and stabil- Reels are wrapped in polyethene laminated liner with
ity in the folder and the mail-room. Unique environmental inner endshields of corrugated board and polyethene
profile. For printing in heat set web offset. coated outer endshields.

Reel diameters Packing


Standard diameters are 100, 120 and 125 cm. Reels less than 600 mm in width are always co-packed.

Web length Surface pH value


Approximately: The surface pH value of the paper is >6.

g/m² 45 49
Ø 100 cm 11 300 10 200
Ø 120 cm 16 500 14 700
Ø 125 cm 18 000 16 200

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Essentials for everyday


news
Clean, stiff newsprint of premium quality with excellent
runnability.
Clean, stiff newspaper of premium
Based on fresh forest fibres, the GraphoNews sheet is clean and stiff, which quality and excellent runnability.
Primarily for newspapers and sup-
enhances both printability and readability. GraphoNews offers consistent and
plements in coldset offset.
trouble free print production through its good runnability. With ever increas-
ing amount of colours and pictures in newspapers Grapho­News excellent
formation will be noticed, through its top end image reproduction. Choose
GraphoNews if you want a newsprint that brings you no problems. Graph-
oNews is made from Thermo Mechanical Pulp.

The production of GraphoNews is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and


14001. It has also a Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC guidelines.

Available in: 42.5, 45, 48.8 gsm.

Advantages

• Clean and stiff, free of spots


• Excellent formation combined with a smooth surface give very good print quality
and image reproduction

• Excellent runnability
• Very good profiles which guarantee a consistent run in the press
• TCF and FSC
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Product Specification * 100% TCF (Totally Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
ISO 536 42.5 45 48.8

Brightness, %
ISO 2470 60 60 60
Opacity, %
ISO 2471 94 95 96
Caliper, µm
ISO 534 71 75 82

Bulk, cm³/g 1.6 1.6 1.6


Y-value, %
ISO 2471 63.5 63.5 63.5
L*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 83.6 83.6 83.6
a*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 -0.2 -0.2 -0.2
b*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 3.8 3.8 3.8
*The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
SCA Ortviken, Sweden. TCF (totally chlorine-free) and certified in accordance
with ISO 9001 and 14001. Chain of Custody in accord-
Areas of applications ance with FSC.
Clean, stiff newsprint of premium quality and excellent
runnability. Primarily for newspapers and supplements Wrapping
printed in coldset offset. Reels are wrapped in polyethene laminated liner with
inner endshields of corrugated board and polyethene
Reel diameters coated outer endshields.
Standard diameters are 100, 106, 115 and 125 cm.
Packing
Web length Reels less than 600 mm in width are always co-packed.
Approximately:
Surface pH value
g/m² 42.5 45 48.8 The surface pH value of the paper is >6.
Ø 100 cm 12 200 11 300 10 200
Ø 106 cm 13 600 12 700 11 400
Ø 115 cm 16 100 15 000 13 500
Ø 125 cm 19 100 17 800 16 100


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Yesterday’s news –
Tomorrow’s front pages
High-quality newsprint from Aylesford Newsprint,
produced from 100% recycled paper.

Renaissance is manufactured from 100% recycled materials. Aylesford News- Primarily for newspapers, supple-
print is based in Kent in the south east of the U.K. being perfectly situated to ments, advertising matter and peri-
serve our main markets both within the U.K. and mainland Europe. Quality is odicals. Renaissance can be used
central to our process from the collection of recycled newspapers and maga- to print by both coldset and heatset
offset processes.
zines to the production techniques used within the Aylesford mill, and from
the finished product to our technical service support being available to our
customers 24 hours a day.

The production of Renaissance is certified in accordance with ISO 9002 and


14001. It has also a Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC guidelines.

Available in: 42.5, 45, 48.8, 52 gsm.

Advantages

• Excellent printability
• Good opacity
• Good luminance
• Excellent strength and density
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Product Specification * 100% RCF (Recycled Chlorine Free)


Grammage (g/m²)
ISO 536 42.5 45 48.8 52

Brightness, %
ISO 2470 60 60 60 60
Opacity, %
ISO 2471 93 94 95 96
Caliper, µm
ISO 534 63 67 73 78

Bulk, cm³/g 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5


Y-value, %
ISO 2471 64 64 64 64
L*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 84 84 84 84
a*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 -0.6 -0.6 -0.6 -0.6
b*, %
ISO 5631 C/2 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2
*The values given are target values and variations occur.

Producer Environment
Aylesford Newsprint, Great Britain. RCF and certified in accordance with ISO 9002 and
14001. Chain of Custody in accordance with FSC.
Areas of applications
Primarily for newspapers, supplements, advertising matter Wrapping
and periodicals, printed in coldset and heatset offset. Reels are wrapped in polyethene coated kraft with inner
end shields of corrugated board and polyethene coated
Reel diameters outer end shields.
Standard diameters are 100, 106.7, 115 and 125 cm.
Packing
Web length Reels less than 630 mm in width are always co-packed
Approximately:

g/m² 42.5 45 48.8 52


Ø 100 cm 13 800 13 000 12 000 11 300
Ø 106.7 cm 15 700 14 800 13 700 12 800
Ø 115 cm 18 300 17 200 15 900 14 900
Ø 125 cm 21 600 20 400 18 800 17 600

Rev. 2011-01-04
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We have a passion for


the printing business
We are publication paper specialists.When
printing on SCA paper grades, our goal is
to ensure that our customers achieve the
finest print quality and have as trouble-
free experience as possible. Our Technical
service team has in depth knowledge and
understanding of both paper manufactur-
ing and printing. Their task is to prevent
or rectify customers’ questions and to
assimilate and convey the customers’
views on products and service. The mills
and the research organization can offer a
significant amount of collective expertise,
which backs up our field personnel that
are locally present in our largest European
markets.

Our Customer Support offers


• Quick support in Europe
• High technical competence directly in the pressroom
• Technical training; for example paper knowledge, reel handling, our products and
environmental issues
• Flexible and efficient problem solvers
• Technicians with a print background and a passion for the printing business
• Good knowledge about development in the industry
• Qualified advisors of technical printing matters on many European languages

For technical services, consultation and other matters concerning our paper, please
contact our Customer Support advisors or representatives at the mills and sales offices.
(Please see the contact sheet in this binder).
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Customer oriented
product development
Co-operation with our customers is the highest priority in our
product development.

The objective is to contribute to improved Our strengths in technical


competitiveness and profitability through
market oriented research and develop- issues
ment. • High experience in the printing field
  We develop new products or improve with a large network with skilled print-
existing qualities for increased customer ers.
benefits. The development, which is ac-
complished together with our customers, • In our development activities we cover
includes trouble shooting activities, educa- the whole value chain from scientific
tion, co-operation projects and partner- basic-research via technology-improve-
ship in technical discussions. ment to final product.
  There is close cooperation with SCA • High experience in co-operation
R&D Centre, ensuring products are de- projects including many partners.
veloped in the most efficient way. In many
co-operation projects with customers we • Good analysis tools as on-line camera
also involve suppliers (e.g. ink, fountain system, chemical and physical analysis
solution, printing presses, chemicals) to laboratory, and advanced microscopy.
bring in all competences needed. • Providing services utilizing efficient
pilot plant and laboratory equipment.
Focus on the value chain • Strong link between mill-based
SCA has the advantage of controlling development groups, SCA R&D Centre
the entire value chain from selection of and the local University with unique
suitable wood fibres to treatment of the competences.
finished paper. We contribute to the pro-
ductivity of our customers throughout the
value chain.
publicationpapers.sca.com Customer Support

A trained eye is a valuable


measurement tool
The instrumental quality measurements of today are good, but
not good enough to obtain all the answers. Our eyes provide
us with valuable aspects in how we perceive quality, and our
panel of about thirty trained experts for visual assessments
thereby fulfils a valuable function.

Printing quality is difficult to measure and ity properties affecting the total quality.
who really is better able to evaluate qual-   Perceptual assessments have also been
ity than man himself? utilized for developing certain instrumental
  With the aid of a special perception measurements, which facilitates the inter-
laboratory, the SCA R&D Center has pretation of the results.
developed a world-class methodology for   The already established methodology
visual assessments. The highly capable can in the future be utilized for many ap-
panel assigned to work with perceptual plications in which quality considerations
evaluation has considerable experience are paramount.
in judging paper and print quality. These
evaluations provide solid information on
paper quality, which then form the basis
Problem-solving support
for product optimization and product Perceptual assessments can aid in identify-
development. ing and quantifying quality-related defects,
  We cooperate closely with mill groups which are difficult to measure instrumen-
for marketing, development and produc- tally. Moreover, accurate surveys can be
tion, in which we also interact to pro- obtained for analyzing quality-variations
mote effective contacts with printers and occurring on a series of samples.
publishers.

Key quality parameters


Our unique sorting methodology for ana-
lyzing print quality variations in a print
trial enables an overview regarding both
the overall print quality and specific qual-
Customer Support publicationpapers.sca.com

Extensive R&D resources


provide for the future

SCA R&D Centre conducts mill and ances for chemical and optical analyses
market driven R&D as a part of SCA’s are wide-ranging. In addition, we have a
business area Forest Products. Our team broad range of well-developed methods
of skilled, experienced and motivated and techniques for many different purpos-
engineers has the broadest competence in es. These unique resources are all gathered
research and development, and we cover in modern and well-equipped premises in
the complete value-added chain from the Sundsvall, which contributes to a great
raw material in the forest to the final competitive advantage for SCA.
products in the hands of the customer.
R&D and the future
Strong links - simple contacts The graphic paper world is constantly
An important part of our work is to coop- developing. For instance, new printing
erate with print shops and publishers and techniques are introduced and the de-
to partake in trials at our customers’. mands on runnability and print quality are
  We have an established partnership increasing. In order to be able to initiate
with Mid Sweden University, and we also new R&D projects we are always look-
work closely with external research insti- ing ahead to see which matters will be of
tutes and other educational institutes and importance in the future. Thanks to the
universities. skills of our team, it is easy for us to be
  We work continuously to develop new flexible and adjust our competencies to the
products and improve existing products changing customer demands.
and production processes.
Trouble-shooting support
Advantages and key benefits Even if our work is mainly carried out in
Apart from highly qualified engineers, we R&D projects together with the mills, we
have an extensive set of instruments and also assist with trouble-shooting when
machinery for physical and chemical pulp needed.
and paper testing. Likewise, our appli-
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Common properties
and methods

D65 - Brightness (%) ISO 2470


Pulp is never entirely white but has a natural yellow colour because of the wood itself.
Because of that the brightness is measured.
  D65 Brightness is measured by illuminating a paper sample with an instrument that
emits D65 light, i.e. a light that is related to daylight with the same amount UV light as
in a winter day. The reflected light is filtered through a glass filter that only allows blue
light to leave. The brightness is measured by indicating the amount of incident blue light
that is reflected from the paper. With bleaching the yellowness is reduced and blue will
be more expressed. The wavelength of the blue light is 457 nm.
  A related term to D65 Brightness is ISO Brightness. In this method the paper sample
is illuminated with the light of a bulb, instead of D65 light. The method is used if the
paper sample not contains any fluorescent compounds.

Y value D65/10° – Luminance (%) ISO 2471


The Y value is an indicator of the perceived lightness, measured with an instrument
whose response to the wavelengths of light corresponds to the response of a healthy eye,
i.e. the full spectrum of visible light, which means all colours from blue to red and in
between of the “rainbow”.
  The Y value is measured with an instrument that emits D65 light, i.e. a light that is
related to daylight with the same amount UV light as in a winter day. The reflected light
are measured in a different wavelength compared with Brightness. The sample is illumi-
nated vertical to its surface and the detector is located 10° from the vertical axis.
  Y values are percentages. The Y value of a black non-reflecting material is 0% and the
value of the perfect diffuser is 100%. Y value is also named as luminance, especially in
the past.
  Luminance measurement on newsprint and improved newsprint is done by using
indoor illumination, C/2.

Opacity C/2° (%) ISO 2471


Opacity is a measure of a material’s ability to obstruct the passage of light. Sufficient
opacity is important to prevent printed text from showing through in a harmful manner
on the reverse side of a paper. The opacity of a completely opaque paper is 100%.
  Opacity is measured with an instrument that emits C light, i.e. a light that is related
to daylight but without UV content. The sample is illuminated vertical to its surface and
the detector is located 2° from the vertical axis. Opacity is the ratio between the Y value
of paper measured under conditions C/2° and the Y value of a single sheet measured
under the same conditions against a black backing.
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Common properties
and methods
L* D65/10° (%) SCAN-P 72:95
L* is a measure of perceived lightness. The scale of L* is 0–100. L* is measured with
an instrument that emits D65 light, i.e. a light that is related to daylight with the same
amount UV light as in a winter day. 10° is the viewing angle.
  If the Y value is over 60%, the L* is fully possible to be exchanged with the Y value,
because they correlate near to 100%.

a* D65/10° (%) SCAN-P 72:95


a* is a measure of the hue on the red/green axis. A positive value of a* means red and a
negative value means green.
  a* is measured with an instrument that emits D65 light, i.e. a light that is related to
daylight with the same amount UV light as in a winter day. 10° is the viewing angle.

b* D65/10° (%) SCAN-P 72:95


b* is equivalent with measure of hue on the yellow/blue axis. A positive b* means a yel-
low hue and a negative value means a blue hue.
  b* is measured with an instrument that emits D65 light, i.e. a light that is related to
daylight with the same amount UV light as in a winter day. 10° is the viewing angle.
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Common properties
and methods

Grammage/Substance/Basis weight (g/m²) ISO 536


The mass of unit area of paper expressed as grams per square meter.

Hunter Gloss MD 75°, Gloss Tappi T480


Gloss is the attribute of a surface that makes the object look shiny or lustrous. It de-
pends on specular reflection from the surfaces. High gloss is a desirable property in a
high quality, prestigious image. The tone range of a glossy image is wider than that of a
matt surface. Deeper blacks and more saturated colours are possible when printing on a
high gloss surface.
  The angle of incident light and the angle of reflection can be 30°, 65° and 75°. At
Ortviken Gloss is measured with an angle of 75°.

Bendtsen Porosity (ml/min) DIN 53120-1


In a paper sheet the fibres and filler particles are agglomerated together to a strong
and dense packing, but between the fibres and fillers is still some included air, with the
process of calendering the porosity is significantly reduced by compressing the sheet and
by collapsing the fibres. The measurement of porosity describes the potential air flow
trough a sheet in z-direction, the porosity is measuring the air flow which is able to pass
this porous structure of the sheet. The measurement is done with a defined air pressure
(1,47 kPa) to the surface of the sheet and with a defined measurement area (10 cm²).

PPS-Roughness (µ) ISO 8791-4, 1,0 Mpa


A paper surface topography is characterised by the fibres and fillers and the intermedi-
ate pores, such a surface is never so even or smooth like a glass plate; to characterise this
topography in a simple way we measure the pps-roughness by measuring the air flow
on the surface of a paper sheet, similar to a porosity measurement, not in z-direction
but in x- and y direction. The measurement is done with a defined measuring device,
with defined pressure of the measuring facility to the paper surface and with a defined
rubber plate on the contrary paper side, the resulting values are calculated from pressure
differences and describe the width of the slit which enables the air to pass between the
measuring facility and the paper surface in x-y direction.
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Common properties
and methods
Thickness (µm) DIN EN ISO 534
A paper’s thickness is measured in micrometers (µm) – thousandths of a millimetre – and
is the distance between the paper’s two surfaces. Thickness is in many ways an important
consideration in paper selection, as it affects the stability, feel and of course thickness of
the final printed product.

Bulk (cm³/g)
Bulk is the inverse of density, i.e. the number obtained by dividing the thickness
of paper expressed in microns (1 µm = 0.001 mm) by its grammage expressed
in g/m2. Paper is said to bulk well when the thickness seems high for its gram-
mage and to bulk low when the reverse is the case. A high bulk stands for a less
compact sheet.

Tensile strength, MD and CD (kN/m) ISO 1924


Is the measurement of a force (N) to elongate a defined paper stripe to its break. The
width of the test stripe is 15 mm. Tensile is measured in md and cd, the values in MD are
significantly higher than the values in CD, the reason for this is the orientation of the
fibres during the forming process in the paper machine in MD.

Elongation (%)
This elongation of the paper test stripe in the tensile measurement to the break is called
strain, the higher the strain the higher is theoretically the flexibility of the paper in the
printing machine to resist against tension-variations.

Tear or tear resistance (mN) ISO 1974


The tear strength is the force a singel sheet can resist when one part of the paper is taken
out of the plane, i.e. in the z-direction and perpendicular to both MD and CD. Tear
strenght is measured according to the Elmendorf method.
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Web offset Champion Group


Best practice tools.

Members: The Web Offset Champion Group was of guides. They provide printers with a
formed in 1998 to “champion” best prac- base reference to best practice and effec-
Aylesford Newsprint tice in the web offset printing industry as tively help transfer knowledge in a global
Kodak GCG a tool to improve productivity, quality industry.
Trelleborg
and safety. The Group is a joint project of   Guides are written in a concise, easy-
Manroland
international suppliers working with other to-read style accompanied by numerous
MEGTEC
Müller Martini industry specialists, printers and associa- graphics and are intended to be read at
Nitto Denko tions throughout the world to publish best all levels from managers to production
Quadtech practice guides. employees. They explain how to work
SCA more efficiently, prevent errors, improve
SunChemical diagnostic procedures and help introduce
Focus on the total new methods, standards and benchmarks.
In association with: production process The guides are currently available in Eng-
lish, French, German, Italian, Spanish and
PIA/GATF (Printing The group’s objective is to improve web
Swedish.
Industries of America/ offset productivity. This requires a cross-
Graphic Arts Technical industry and cross-process approach www.weboffsetchampions.com for more
Foundation) because no single company can provide information.
WAN IFRA answers to all the variables of the press
System Brunner line and its consumables. Best practices
Eurografica
are a tool to improve overall performance
WCPC (Welsh Centre
for Printing and Coating) without making any capital investment.
The potential returns are extremely high
as each guide identifies ways to reduce
processing costs, improve quality and
reduce accidents.

Generic easy-to-read content


All web offset printers – irrespective of the
brands of equipment or consumables that
they use – can apply the generic content
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Effective logistics
Distribution system:

Ortviken

Trucks 25%

Train 11%

Vessels 64%

Laakirchen
Train 27%

Trucks 73%
SCA Transforest is specialized in forest products transportation with a complete sea,
Advanced IT road and rail transport distribution network in Europe. In close cooperation with SCA
systems: Transforest, logistic departments at the mills deliver fast and damage free products all
over Europe and other parts of the world. Reliability, simplicity, high transport quality
Our services includes:
in combination with high environmental profile characterizes our distribution system.
application manage-
ment, IT infrastructure,
Ideally, transport should operate as a continuous flow in harmony with customer re-
development and quirements and production processes.
communication, cus-
tomer integration, data
warehouses, logistical
Everyone gains from sound logistics
investigations, logistics SCA has invested considerable resources in the development of efficient transport solu-
modeling, environmental tions. Specially designed roll-on-roll-off vessels sail continuously according to fixed
report, process mapping. weekly schedules between the mills in northern Sweden and terminals in Europe. On
the return leg they bring back return cargo. Block trains are operated on fixed schedules
– from mills to final customers. Truck transport is carefully controlled to ensure that
High quality
operating costs and exhaust emissions are kept to a minimum.
in handling:
  Precision control requires information support. Today, integrated IT systems that link
At our mills and in SCA production, storage, sales and delivery are an increasingly important part of logistics
Transforest terminals efficiency and contributes to increased service and product quality for the final customer.
we use state-of-the-art SCA has been at the forefront of development of tracing and tracking systems for paper
when handling equip- products for many years.
ment. If necessary we
can immediately repair
or re-wrap most of the Interforest terminals and SCA mills
smaller damages. Before
shipment all repaired
reel’s weight is adjusted Sundsvall Umeå
on the label and in elec- Ortviken Paper Mill Vasa
tronic confirmation.

Fast deliveries: Skövde


Dublin Grenaa
Our network of strategi- Tilbury
Aylesford Newsprint Lübeck
cally located distribution Rotterdam
centers in Europe, can Paper Mill
arrange deliveries within
24-48 hours all over
Europe. Laakirchen Paper Mill

Lisbon
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Unique environmental profile


SCA has full control of the entire chain, fil the criteria for conducting responsible
from the raw materials, through the entire forest management.
production to the distribution process.
SCA is able to demonstrate a unique envi-
ronmental profile.
Totally Chlorine Free, TCF
None of our products or raw materials are
bleached using chlorine compounds. This
Carbon Footprint principle refers to all products and raw
Our customers can rely on the following materials, except recovered paper.
advantages:
Chemicals
• SCA Forest Products has large forest
By employing high competence and
holdings, well managed, with an annual
through well-established routines, we
growth that vastly exceeds the harvest,
maintain control of the selection and
even long term. Preliminary calcula-
handling of chemicals, in order to en-
tions of the carbon dioxide uptake,
sure product safety, health and safety of
based upon annual growth minus har-
employees, protection of the public and
vest, vastly exceed the emissions of pulp
low environmental impact. This ambition
and paper production and transport of
is subject to finding cost efficient solutions
raw material and finished products.
that does not compromise product quality.
• The pulp and paper mill processes are
energy-effective with very low CO2
emissions. Continuous improvements
Climate change
with actions taken following our En- We continuously reduce emissions of fos-
ergy Management System are annually sile CO2 and other greenhouse gases. We
achieved. strive to replace energy production based
on fossile fuels with energy production
• Our Resource Management System
based on biomass and to use fuels with a
optimizes the transport work carried
lower environmental impact.
out for the mill supply chain, which is
supported by our fibre strategy. SCA
Transforest vessel lengthening resulted Waste management
in lower specific CO2 emissions per
We strive to further reduce the amount of
tonne of transported paper.
material for which no other use is found
than landfill disposal.
Fibre strategy
We optimize raw material by making use Transport
of local fibre, thereby achieving effective We measure and strive to further reduce
resource management and reducing trans- the emissions from our vessels and other
port costs and emissions. vehicles that operate on behalf of SCA.
We will seek the most cost efficient ways
to reduce transport emissions, through im-
Forest certification proved planning, through increased shares
SCA’s forestry operations are certified in of return loads, through choice of means
accordance with the Forest Stewardship of transportation and through choice of
Council (FSC). This confirms that we ful- transport supplier.
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Environmental facts in figures


Sustainability has been an integrated part of our operations for a long period of time. We
started already 2001 to set up goals to reduce the SCA group’s carbon emissions, since
long we produce green electricity and we certified our forest according to FSC as early as
1999. We believe that a conscious attitude towards sustainability issues reduces our risks
and builds long-term competitiveness. Our environmental reports:

SCA Group sustainability report


Can be ordered from www.sca.com

SCA Publication Papers environmental report


Can be ordered from www.publicationpapers.sca.com and www.aylesford-newsprint.co.uk

We lifecycle
“We lifecycle” is the name of a new corporate concept which explains SCA’s strong case
when it comes to environmental and social responsibility issues. Can be ordered from
www.sca.com

FSC brochure
Can be ordered from www.publicationpapers.sca.com

Read with a clear conscience


Can be ordered from www.publicationpapers.sca.com
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Our environmental services


Our products have a very strong environmental profile and we
have developed skilled competence in areas like TCF, Carbon
Footprint and Environmental Labelling.

PEFC/06-33-34
www.pefc.org

SCA Publication Papers offers environmental service and co-operation in areas like:

• FSC-certification
Are you going to FSC-certify your
product? We can help you with practi-
cal issues and sorting out different crite-
ria’s for the different FSC labels.
• Environmental labelling
There are many different labels on the
market. Our sales team can update you
on valid labels for our business
• Carbon Footprint
Different standards and methods to cal-
culate the Carbon Footprint are being
established and we offer skilled compe-
tence in this field.
• Environmental questionnaires
From customers and supplier are
regularly handled by our environmental
experts

Our Environmental kit includes folders


about different topics that can help you
to straighten things out.
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We offer large volume of


FSC certified paper
SCA’s Swedish forests were certified under the FSC scheme
in 1999. The Forest Stewardship Council’s mission is to
achieve environmentally-sound, socially-beneficial and eco-
nomically-viable forestry world-wide. FSC provides a credible
forest certification system to attain this goal.

SCA is one of the first paper manufac- g


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of source control, which confirms that
its raw materials come from controlled
sources.
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Want to use the FSC logo?


To use the FSC trademark on your prod-
ucts your company needs to be certified
according to the principles of the For-
est Stewardship Council. In case of the
publisher being the buyer of the paper
the publisher also needs to be Chain of
Custody certified.
  Also your supplier and his supplier etc.
need to have documentation showing that
their products contain wood from well
managed forests. Verification is estab-
lished through a Chain of Custody.
  Contact your national FSC auditor to
discuss the Chain of Custody process and
to apply for your FSC certification.
publicationpapers.sca.com Environment

Our SC-papers are also


certified according to PEFC
The Laakirchen paper mill also offers promoting the sustainable management of
paper certified according to the PEFC forests.
standard. By applying both certification   PEFC has in its membership about 35
systems Laakirchen is verifying that its independent national forest certification
wood origins from controlled sources and systems of which 25 have been through a
that critical raw material sources will be rigorous assessment process to provide the
PEFC/06-33-34 avoided, although the company does not assessments on which mutual recognition
Promoting sustainable possess any own forest land. decisions are taken by the membership.
forest management
www.pefc.at
  The PEFC Council (Programme for These schemes account for over 230 mil-
the Endorsement of Forest Certification lion hectares of certified forests producing
schemes) is an independent, non-profit, millions of tonnes of certified timber to
non-governmental organisation, founded the market place making PEFC the world’s
in 1999, which promotes sustainable man- largest certification scheme. The other
aged forests through independent third national members schemes are at various
party certification. The PEFC provides stages of development and are working
an assurance mechanism to purchasers of towards mutual recognition under the
wood and paper products that they are PEFC processes.
Environment publicationpapers.sca.com

Carbon footprint
The key cause of the climate change is emissions of carbon
dioxide from fossil fuels. Another key cause is the deforesta-
tion that is occurring in certain parts of the world. Very simply,
we need to reduce our emissions of carbon dioxide and we
need to bind more of the carbon dioxide already circulating in
the atmosphere.

Forestry and forest products play a key


role in this, since our products consist
largely of carbon that the growing trees
have absorbed from the atmosphere. Carbon Profile SCA Graphic Laakirchen AG
2009

Declaration of the emission of fossile CO2 associated with paper production


and transports of raw materials and finished products. The calculation follows
the CEPI* - guidlines for carbon footprint of paper & board products.

Measuring carbon footprints CO2-emissions [kg CO2 / t paper]

A carbon footprint is the total effect a


3%

8%
1% manufacturing 23
14% fiber production 4
manufacturing
other raw material 98
fiber production

product or a service have on the emissions


purchased energy 519
other raw material
purchased energy
sum 643
transport
transport 53

of climate gases, of which carbon dioxide


74%
TOTAL 696

is the most important one. Other climate 1.400

1.200
CO2 emission in relation
[kg CO2 / t paper]
Carbon is also stored in the product
in wood fibers and fillers; calculation

gases, such as methane, are recalculated


1.000 follows the recommendation of the
800 53 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
600 1.189 Change (IPCC) for wood products.
400 This CO2 is considered as biogenic.
643

into carbon dioxide equivilants.


200 336
0 Avoided emissions report measures
stored in product transport production avoided emissions
already taken to reduce CO2 emissions.

  To calculate a carbon footprint, you Besides the complete picture given by the CEPI* Framework for Carbon Footprints other rules report parts of the full
calculation. These figures are given as excerpt from the CEPI* calculation :

need to make a life cycle analysis of the


[kg CO2 / t paper]

"Paper Profile" Parts of El. 3+6 (em. from paper prod., purchased pulp and steam) 197

product with only one parameter meas-


"WWF Paper Scorecard" Part of Element 3 (direct emissions) + 6 (purchased energy) 523

ured – carbon dioxide. To cover the full


The given figures represent meanvalues for the reported year and cover verified 10. 5. 2010 by
the range of brands produced at : SCA Graphic Laakirchen AG
Contact person Nikolaus Kaindl
GraphoNova, GraphoPrestige, GraphoGrande, Address SCA Graphic Laakirchen AG

footprint a number of aspects need to be


GraphoSet, GraphoVerde, GraphoGravure A-4663 Laakirchen, Schillerstraße 5
Phone +43 7613 8800 0
nikolaus.kaindl@sca.com
*CEPI - Confederation of European Paper Industries E-mail

considered. CEPI, the European For-


est Industry Federation, has developed a You find the figures for our paper grades be-
structure covering all these aspects. These hind the ‘Certificates’ in this binder or on www.
are the ten toes of a carbon footprint: publicationpapers.sca.com.

1. Carbon sequestration in forests


2. Carbon in forest products
3. Emissions from manufacturing
4. Emissions from fibre production
5. Emissions from production of other
raw materials
6. Emissions from energy production
7. Emissions from transport
8. Emissions from the use of products
9. Emissions from product end-of-life
10. Avoided emissions
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The environmental impact of


a magazine
The climate issue has created the need to have a better under-
standing of the environmental effects of magazines online and
in printed format. Many people are under the impression that
printed magazines have a large impact on the environment,
while reading online is always the climate-smart alternative.

In order to analyse these concepts, the


Swedish Magazine Publishers Associa-
tion commissioned the research institute
Innventia to compare the environmental
impact of printed magazines and online
magazines from a lifecycle perspective,
identifying which stages in the lifecy-
cle cause an environmental impact and
therefore identify where there is room for
improvement.
  The result of the study shows that
the environmental impact is small and
comparable. Reading a subscribed paper-
based magazine and reading for the same
amount of time on the Internet generates
the same low greenhouse gas emissions.
  The behaviour of the user is an essential
feature of the environmental impact of
Internet use. Reading a magazine online is
not necessarily better for the environment.
If the reading time is less than 40 minutes
per month, the environmental impact of
the online magazine is lower than 1 kg
CO2 equivalents per year.
  The activities of journalists to create   Having a well-managed forest with net
the content of the magazines contribute a growth leads to a net uptake of biogenic
considerable amount to the environmen- carbon dioxide in the forest. Forests that
tal impact of both printed magazines and are growing bind more carbon dioxide
online magazines. than old forests that are not actively being
  The electricity mix is important. Elec- used. This effect is not included in the base
tricity from different sources has a differ- scenario. If this was included, the envi-
ent environmental impact. The Swedish ronmental impact of the printed maga-
electricity mix has a low climate impact zine would be even lower than 1 kg CO2
due to the high proportion of hydro and equivalents.
nuclear power, while European and Nor-   The consumption of an average Swede
dic electricity mixes have a higher climate creates climate emissions corresponding
impact as a large proportion is generated to 10 tonnes of CO2 equivalents per year.
using fossil fuels. Reading a magazine, in paper format or
  The recycling system for printed maga- online, for one year corresponds to 0.1
zines reduces their environmental impact. promille of this.
In Sweden 9 out of 10 magazines are   So read with a clear conscience – both
recycled. online and in printed format!
Environment publicationpapers.sca.com

Papermaking contributes to
forest growth
In recent years paper has been the subject of negative and
often misleading environmental criticism. Many people believe
that using less paper would save forests and leave us with a
better environment. However, paper production helps forests
to grow. Paper is also one of the few renewable and recyclable
raw materials that actually exist. One benefit of wood fibres
is that they regenerate naturally and can be reused several
times.

Having a well-managed forest with net


growth leads to a net uptake of biogenic
carbon dioxide in the forest. Forests that
are growing bind more carbon dioxide
than old forests that are not actively being
used. This effect has not been included
in the study’s base scenario. If this was
included, the environmental impact of the
printed magazine would be even lower
than 1 kg CO2 equivalents. The volume of
timber in Swedish forests has increased by
75 percent over the past 90 years.

One tree gives many products


One common misunderstanding is that
large trees are ground down to form paper
pulp. In actual fact SCA has effective
forestry operations, where all parts of
the forest are used for different activities
and final products. When carrying out
thinning and clearance work, which has
to be carried out for trees to grow big,   Three new trees are planted for each tree
the thinnings are used for pulp. Treetops, that is felled. SCA’s own nurseries produce
branches and twigs from the clearance around 100 million plants every year.
work of adult forests are used for biofuel.   The forest grows more if it is being used
The trunk is used for sawn wood prod- than it is left untouched and our forest
ucts, i.e. logs. The sawdust and wood ownership has grown by 50 million m³
chips that are left over at the sawmill are since the 1950s. A young, growing forest
used to make pellets (small wooden cubes also uses more carbon dioxide than an
pressed together that are used for heating) older forest, which is essential in limiting
and pulp. global warming.
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Certifications
SCA uses ISO 14001 as environmental management systems. SCA is committed to the
process of environmental certification and will continue its program for the remaining
mills and as further acquisitions are made. Our forestry operations and the following
mills and units in the Forest Products business area are certified in accordance with these
systems.

ISO 14001:2004
Östrand Pulp Mill, Sweden
Ortviken Paper Mill, Sweden
Laakirchen Paper Mill, Austria
Forestry operations and units, Sweden

ISO 9001:2008
Ortviken Paper Mill, Sweden
Laakirchen Paper Mill, Austria

Energy Management System 2004:1196


SCA Graphic Sundsvall

Health and Safety, OHSAS 18001:2007


SCA Graphic Laakirchen, Austria

PEFC/06-33-34
Promoting sustainable
FSC PEFC
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Ortviken Paper Mill, Sweden
Laakirchen Paper Mill, Austria
Forestry operations and units, Sweden

Carbon footprint
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Laakirchen Paper Mill, Austria

Paper Profile
Ortviken Paper Mill, Sweden
Laakirchen Paper Mill, Austria
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SCA Graphic Sundsvall AB


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ÖSTRAND and ORTVIKEN, SWEDEN

has been found to conform to


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FSC-STD-40-005 ver 2.1
FSC-STD-40-003 ver 1.0

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FSC Mixed and FSC Controlled wood.

A list of the certificated products can be obtained from the FSC database, www.fsc.org.

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Carbon Profile SCA Ortviken 2010
GraphoCote, GraphoLux, GraphoMatt

Declaration of the emission of fossile CO2 associated with paper production


and transports of raw materials and finished products. The calculation follows
the CEPI* - guidelines for carbon footprint of graphic paper.

CO2-emissions [kg CO2 / t paper]

manufacturing 95
24% 23% fiber production 5
manufacturing
other raw material 123
fiber production
purchased energy 92
1% other raw material
purchased energy
sum 316
transport
22% transport 101
30%

TOTAL 416

1 600 CO2 emission in relation Carbon is also stored in the product


1 400 [kg CO2 / t paper] in wood fibers and fillers; calculation
1 200
follows the recommendation of the
1 000
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
800
600
1 355 Change (IPCC) for wood products.
101 This CO2 is considered as biogenic.
400
200 316
0 0 Avoided emissions report measures
stored in product transport production avoided emissions
already taken to reduce CO2 emissions.

Besides the complete picture given by the CEPI* guidlines for carbon footprint of graphic paper other rules report
parts of the full calculation. These figures are given as excerpt from the CEPI* calculation :
[kg CO2 / t paper]

"Paper Profile" Element 3 (direct emissions from paper production) 95

"WWF Paper Scorecard" Element 3 (direct emissions) + 6 (purchased energy) 187

The given figures represent meanvalues for the reported year and cover
the range of brands produced at : SCA Ortviken Contact person Charlotta Lindberg
Adress SCA Ortviken
GraphoCote, GraphoLux, GraphoMatt Box 846, S-851 23 Sundsvall, Sweden

Phone +46 60 194063


E-mail charlotta.lindberg@sca.com

*CEPI - Confederation of European Paper Industries Date 2011-02-21


Carbon Profile in Detail for SCA Ortviken 2010
GraphoCote, GraphoLux, GraphoMatt

Based on Cepiprint and Cepifine's user guide to the carbon footprint of Graphic paper v1.0 2009.

Element Value in Comments


[kg CO2 / t]

1 Carbon sequestration On SCA-owned forest land an assessment have showed some 2,6 millionne tonnes carbon dioxide sequestration,
in the forest which, if allocated, give several hundreds kilogrammes of sequestrated CO2 per tonne of SCA products.
The basis for calculation are only SCA-owned forests and our long history of statistics on net growth,
as well as prognosis. FSC certification of forests and chain-of-custody certification of fibre supply
ensures sustainable forest management.
The main message are that, with SCA forest management, our forests, with todays knowledge, acts as a major
carbon sink to be globally considered.

2 Carbon stored in the 1 355 Amount of CO2 stored in the paper is calculated according to the IPPC formula in the user guide.
product The life-cycletime of the product and destiny are important parameters if further assessed.

3 CO2 emissions from 95 We have an open declaration of fuels and emissions used in our processes, third party verified and covered by CO2
paper manufacturing emissions trading system.

4 CO2 emissions from 5 This includes diesel oil consumption in forestry operations as harvesting and energy related emissions for
fiber production seedling nurseries. Allocated after wood use.

5 CO2 emissions from 123 This includes emissions generated during the manufacturing of non-wood based raw materials (Such as
other raw materials pigments, main process chemicals etc.) The user guide recommends cut-off criteria of 90% i.e. to include 90% of
all emissions.

6 CO2 emissions from 92 The emission figure reported is calculated using country specific emission factors for grid electricity in the
purchased energy country where the mill is located (IEA. (2008a). CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion (2008 edition)
International Energy Agency.).

7a) CO2 emissions from 35 This figure includes emissions from transport of raw material to the mill i.e. wood, filler, main process chemicals etc.
transports Internal transports are today not included.
7b) From mill to customer 65 Emissions related to transport of final product to customer is included as an European average.
Euro average
7c) From mill to specific Case studys for customers can easily be performed. SCA can assist in this process.
customer. Case study

8 CO2 emissions from Our knowledge about this are not complete today and calculations are left to be produced by our customers.
product use SCA can assist in this process.

9 CO2 emissions from Our knowledge about this are not complete today and calculations are left to be produced by our customers.
end of life SCA can assist in this process.

10 Avoided emissions To fulfill the picture of the results of our enterprise our performed energy-related investments this toe can be
included but separated from others. As SCA deliver some 3 TWh of biofuel, biopellets this can be considered as
replacing fuel oil in other energy systems. Also delivered waste heat to municipal district heating can be considered
replacing oil. By investing in own "green" electricity production as CHP cogeneration, water- or windpower
other marginal energy sources are reduced in actual energy system. (In calculations of environmental effects a factor
of 800 g CO2/kWh electricity can be used for Swedish conditions. A national electricity factor can also be more
appropriate.It is then easy to downgrade the figures by multiplying data with 48/800.) Offsets are not included.

All values are related to the total paper production net air dry.

Figures from SCA only refers to CO2 as of now. Other GHGs, Green House Gasses, from our processes exists but are considered as of low significance with todays knowledge.

Figures are based on common LCA/LCI principles. Figures are mainly third-party verified, by the means of ISO 14001, SCA RMS-verification, Paper Profile
or other systems. A detailed verification of Carbon Footprints for the company are considered as important and are also initiated by SCA.

Calculating all ten elements together in this Carbon Footprint does not add up to scientific standards with todays knowledge. The parts has to be communicated and
used differently. However, the ten elements give the big picture of the positive effects, when using forest products (pulp, paper, included recycled paper, biofuel and
sawn products)
Date: 2011-02-21
Carbon Profile SCA Ortviken 2010
GraphoNews, GraphoBright, GraphoBrightExtra, GraphoCrystal,
GraphoMax

Declaration of the emission of fossile CO2 associated with paper production


and transports of raw materials and finished products. The calculation follows
the CEPI* - guidelines for carbon footprint of graphic paper.

CO2-emissions [kg CO2 / t paper]


2%
2% manufacturing 5
0%
fiber production 5
manufacturing
other raw material 0
38% fiber production
purchased energy 136
other raw material
purchased energy
sum 146
transport
58%
transport 88

TOTAL 234

2 500 CO2 emission in relation Carbon is also stored in the product


[kg CO2 / t paper] in wood fibers and fillers; calculation
2 000
follows the recommendation of the
1 500
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
1 000 2 027 Change (IPCC) for wood products.
This CO2 is considered as biogenic.
500
88
0 146 0 Avoided emissions report measures
stored in product transport production avoided emissions
already taken to reduce CO2 emissions.

Besides the complete picture given by the CEPI* guidlines for carbon footprint of graphic paper other rules report
parts of the full calculation. These figures are given as excerpt from the CEPI* calculation :
[kg CO2 / t paper]

"Paper Profile" Element 3 (direct emissions from paper production) 5

"WWF Paper Scorecard" Element 3 (direct emissions) + 6 (purchased energy) 141

The given figures represent meanvalues for the reported year and cover
the range of brands produced at : SCA Ortviken Contact person Charlotta Lindberg
Adress SCA Ortviken
GraphoNews, GraphoMax, GraphoBright, GraphoBrightExtra, Box 846, S-851 23 Sundsvall, Sweden

GraphoCrystal Phone +46 60 194063


E-mail charlotta.lindberg@sca.com

*CEPI - Confederation of European Paper Industries Date 2011-02-21


Carbon Profile in Detail for SCA Ortviken 2010
GraphoNews, GraphoBright, GraphoBrightExtra, GraphoCrystal, GraphoMax

Based on Cepiprint and Cepifine's user guide to the carbon footprint of Graphic paper v1.0 2009.

Element Value in Comments


[kg CO2 / t]

1 Carbon sequestration On SCA-owned forest land an assessment have showed some 2,6 millionne tonnes carbon dioxide sequestration,
in the forest which, if allocated, give several hundreds kilogrammes of sequestrated CO2 per tonne of SCA products.
The basis for calculation are only SCA-owned forests and our long history of statistics on net growth,
as well as prognosis. FSC certification of forests and chain-of-custody certification of fibre supply
ensures sustainable forest management.
The main message are that, with SCA forest management, our forests, with todays knowledge, acts as a major
carbon sink to be globally considered.

2 Carbon stored in the 2 027 Amount of CO2 stored in the paper is calculated according to the IPPC formula in the user guide.
product The life-cycletime of the product and destiny are important parameters if further assessed.

3 CO2 emissions from 5 We have an open declaration of fuels and emissions used in our processes, third party verified and covered by CO2
paper manufacturing emissions trading system.

4 CO2 emissions from 5 This includes diesel oil consumption in forestry operations as harvesting and energy related emissions for
fiber production seedling nurseries. Allocated after wood use.

5 CO2 emissions from 0 This includes emissions generated during the manufacturing of non-wood based raw materials (Such as
other raw materials pigments, main process chemicals etc.) The user guide recommends cut-off criteria of 90% i.e. to include 90% of
all emissions.

6 CO2 emissions from 136 The emission figure reported is calculated using country specific emission factors for grid electricity in the
purchased energy country where the mill is located (IEA. (2008a). CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion (2008 edition)
International Energy Agency.).

7a) CO2 emissions from 35 This figure includes emissions from transport of raw material to the mill i.e. wood, filler, main process chemicals etc.
transports Internal transports are today not included.
7b) From mill to customer 53 Emissions related to transport of final product to customer is included as an European average.
Euro average
7c) From mill to specific Case studys for customers can easily be performed. SCA can assist in this process.
customer. Case study

8 CO2 emissions from Our knowledge about this are not complete today and calculations are left to be produced by our customers.
product use SCA can assist in this process.

9 CO2 emissions from Our knowledge about this are not complete today and calculations are left to be produced by our customers.
end of life SCA can assist in this process.

10 Avoided emissions To fulfill the picture of the results of our enterprise our performed energy-related investments this toe can be
included but separated from others. As SCA deliver some 3 TWh of biofuel, biopellets this can be considered as
replacing fuel oil in other energy systems. Also delivered waste heat to municipal district heating can be considered
replacing oil. By investing in own "green" electricity production as CHP cogeneration, water- or windpower
other marginal energy sources are reduced in actual energy system. (In calculations of environmental effects a factor
of 800 g CO2/kWh electricity can be used for Swedish conditions. A national electricity factor can also be more
appropriate.It is then easy to downgrade the figures by multiplying data with 48/800.) Offsets are not included.

All values are related to the total paper production net air dry.

Figures from SCA only refers to CO2 as of now. Other GHGs, Green House Gasses, from our processes exists but are considered as of low significance with todays knowledge.

Figures are based on common LCA/LCI principles. Figures are mainly third-party verified, by the means of ISO 14001, SCA RMS-verification, Paper Profile
or other systems. A detailed verification of Carbon Footprints for the company are considered as important and are also initiated by SCA.

Calculating all ten elements together in this Carbon Footprint does not add up to scientific standards with todays knowledge. The parts has to be communicated and
used differently. However, the ten elements give the big picture of the positive effects, when using forest products (pulp, paper, included recycled paper, biofuel and
sawn products)
Date: 2011-02-21
Carbon Profile SCA Graphic Laakirchen AG
2009

Declaration of the emission of fossile CO2 associated with paper production


and transports of raw materials and finished products. The calculation follows
the CEPI* - guidlines for carbon footprint of paper & board products.

CO2-emissions [kg CO2 / t paper]


3%

8%
1% manufacturing 23
14% fiber production 4
manufacturing
other raw material 98
fiber production
purchased energy 519
other raw material
purchased energy
sum 643
transport
transport 53
74%
TOTAL 696

1.400 CO2 emission in relation Carbon is also stored in the product


1.200 [kg CO2 / t paper] in wood fibers and fillers; calculation
1.000 follows the recommendation of the
800 53 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
600 1.189 Change (IPCC) for wood products.
400 This CO2 is considered as biogenic.
643
200 336
0 Avoided emissions report measures
stored in product transport production avoided emissions
already taken to reduce CO2 emissions.

Besides the complete picture given by the CEPI* Framework for Carbon Footprints other rules report parts of the full
calculation. These figures are given as excerpt from the CEPI* calculation :
[kg CO2 / t paper]

"Paper Profile" Parts of El. 3+6 (em. from paper prod., purchased pulp and steam) 197

"WWF Paper Scorecard" Part of Element 3 (direct emissions) + 6 (purchased energy) 523

The given figures represent meanvalues for the reported year and cover verified 10. 5. 2010 by
the range of brands produced at : SCA Graphic Laakirchen AG
Contact person Nikolaus Kaindl
GraphoNova, GraphoPrestige, GraphoGrande, Address SCA Graphic Laakirchen AG
GraphoSet, GraphoVerde, GraphoGravure A-4663 Laakirchen, Schillerstraße 5
Phone +43 7613 8800 0
nikolaus.kaindl@sca.com
*CEPI - Confederation of European Paper Industries E-mail
11.05.2010

Carbon Profile in Detail SCA Graphic Laakirchen AG


2009

Element Value in Included Comments


of the CEPI Framework [kg CO2 / t]

1 Carbon sequestration SCA Graphic Laakirchen AG is not a forest owner --> no sequestration reported;
in the forest however net growth in the forests of SCA-Laakirchen suppliers ! (www.proholz.at)

2 Carbon stored in the 1.189 Virgin fibers, fibers from deinked pulp, Biogenic C stored in wood fibers,
product chemical pulp, filler - PCC, CO2 dosage calculated as CO2-mass when incinerated

3 CO2 emissions from 23 Direct emissions from the mill, internal Emissions of purchased energy are
paper manufacturing transports, chemical pulp, DIP-rejects reported under element 6

4 CO2 emissions from 4 Emissions from forestry, recovered


fiber production paper processing

5 CO2 emissions from 98 Manufacturing of Filler - PCC, chemical-factors from the CEPI guide
other raw materials manufacturing of paper chemicals 12th November 2008

6 CO2 emissions from 519 Electrical energy, thermal energy (steam) Energy from incineration of biofuels
purchased energy (bark, fibers) subtracted, emissions from
fuel production not included

7 CO2 emissions from 53 Transport of raw materials to the mill,


transports transport of finished products to printer

8 CO2 emissions from Use of the paper is in the responsibility of the customer --> customer calculation.
product use

9 CO2 emissions from 1.189 Biogenic ! Fibers for recovered paper are used app. 6 times. If the paper is not
end of life stored in libraries incineration should be the end of life for all paper sludges in EU.

10 Avoided emissions 336 Heat recovery from waste water of Measures are included, which are realised
groundwood plant and paper machines, and allow to reduce the CO2 emissions.
sludge turbine, shoe press PM 11, CHP

verified 10. 5. 2010 by


All values are related to the total paper production net air dry.

CEPI have recently outlined a common way of calculating a Carbon Footprint for products called the CEPI Carbon Footprint
Framework (TenToes), where all the different steps of the process are considered. Our Carbon Profiles are based upon this.

Figures are based on common LCA/LCI principles. Figures are mainly third-party verified, by the means of ISO 14001,
SCA RMS-verification or other systems.

Our Carbon Profiles are always attached to a transparency document in order for the customer to evaluate what is/is not
included in calculations at this stage. The transparency document is also important for our internal verification process.

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GraphoNova, GraphoSet, GraphoPrestige,
Product GraphoGrande, GraphoGravure, GraphoVerde

Company SCA
Mill SCA Graphic Laakirchen AG

Information gathered from 1.1.2009 to 31.12.2009


Date of issue
11. 5. 2010 verified by

Environmental Management
Certified environmental management system at ISO 14001, FSC CoC, PEFC CoC

Company systems ensure traceability of the origin of wood __


X yes __ no __100% recovered paper

Environmental parameters Product composition


The figures are based on methods and procedures
of measurement approved by the local (or national) mechanical
environmental regulators at the production site. pulp
The figures include both paper and pulp production. 25%
pulp from
Water COD 2,72 kg/tonne recovered
chemical
fibre
pulp
AOX 0,00 kg/tonne 34%
9%
NTot 0,02 kg/tonne
moisture
PTot 0,01 kg/tonne 6%

fillers
Air SO2 0,04 kg/tonne 26%

NOx 0,33 kg/tonne More information


CO2 (fossil) 197,08 kg/tonne Contact person Nikolaus Kaindl

Address SCA Graphic Laakirchen AG

Solid waste landfilled 0,87 BDkg/tonne A-4663 Laakirchen, Schillerstraße 5

Phone +43 7613 8800 0

Purchased electricity consumption E-mail nikolaus.kaindl@sca.com

/tonne of final product 1128 kWh www.publicationpapers.sca.com

More Information about Paper Profile can be found on www.paperprofile.com


Product GraphoCote, GraphoLux, GraphoMatt
Company SCA Ortviken
Mill Ortviken Papermill

Information gathered from 1.1.2010 to 31.12.2010


Date of issue 16.2.2011

Environmental Management
Certified environmental management system at the mill: FSC CoC, ISO 14001, EMS

Company systems ensure traceability of the origin of wood __


X yes __ no __100% recovered paper

FSC Chain of Custody Certificate No. DNV-COC/CW-000038

ISO 14001 Certifikat no: 76937CC2-2010-AE-SWE-SWEDAC

Energy management system Certificate No. 2006-SKM-AEN-014

Fulfil the criterias for The Nordic Swan

Environmental parameters Product composition


The figures are based on methods and procedures
mechanical
of measurement approved by the local (or national) pulp
environmental regulators at the production site. 39%
The figures include both paper and pulp production.
chemical
pulp
Water COD 4,7 kg/tonne 13%

AOX 0,00 kg/tonne

kg/tonne moisture
NTot 0,11
6% pigments
PTot 0,01 kg/tonne and fillers
binders 38%
4%

Air SO2 0,22 kg/tonne

NOx 0,47 kg/tonne More information


CO2 (fossil) 95 kg/tonne Contact person Charlotta Lindberg

Address SCA Ortviken

Solid waste landfilled 0,56 BDkg/tonne Box 846, S-851 23 Sundsvall, Sweden

Phone +4660 19 40 63

Purchased electricity consumption E-mail


charlotta.lindberg@sca.com
/tonne of final product 1922 kWh www.publicationpapers.sca.com

More information about Paper Profile can be found on www.paperprofile.com


GraphoNews, GraphoBright, GraphoBright Extra,
Product GraphoCrystal, GraphoMax

Company SCA Ortviken


Mill Ortvikens Papermill

Information gathered from 1.1.2010 to 31.12.2010


Date of issue 16.2.2011

Environmental Management
Certified environmental management system at the mill: FSC CoC, ISO 14001, EMS

Company systems ensure traceability of the origin of wood __


X yes __ no __100% recovered paper

FSC Chain of Custody Certificate No. DNV-COC/CW-000038

ISO 14001 Certifikat no: 76937CC2-2010-AE-SWE-SWEDAC

Energy management system Certificate No. 2006-SKM-AEN-014

Fulfil the criterias for The Nordic Swan

Environmental parameters Product composition


The figures are based on methods and procedures
of measurement approved by the local (or national)
environmental regulators at the production site.
The figures include both paper and pulp production.
chemical mechanical
Water COD 5,9 kg/tonne pulp pulp
2% 87%
AOX 0,01 kg/tonne

NTot 0,12 kg/tonne moisture


10%
PTot 0,01 kg/tonne
pigments
binders and fillers
0% 1%
Air SO2 0,02 kg/tonne

NOx 0,18 kg/tonne More information


CO2 (fossil) 5,2 kg/tonne Contact person Charlotta Lindberg

Address SCA Ortviken

Solid waste landfilled 0,46 BDkg/tonne Box 846, S-851 23 Sundsvall, Sweden

Phone +4660 19 40 63

Purchased electricity consumption E-mail


charlotta.lindberg@sca.com
/tonne of final product 2834 kWh www.publicationpapers.sca.com

More information about Paper Profile can be found on www.paperprofile.com


Recognition of SCA’s sustainability performance

Ethisphere Institute
For the third consecutive year, SCA was named one of the
world’s most ethical companies by the Ethisphere Institute in
New York, US.

Corporate Knights
For the sixth consecutive year, SCA was ranked as one of
the world’s 100 most sustainable companies by the responsi-
ble business magazine Canadian Corporate Knights.

FTSE4Good Index
The FTSE4Good is a market index which measures the
performance of companies that meet globally recognised
corporate responsibility standards. SCA has been listed on
the FTSE4Good global sustainability index since 2001.

Global Compact
SCA is a UN Global Compact signatory as of 2008. SCA’s
Communication on Progress (CoP) reports for 2008 and
2009 were selected as representatives of Best Practice by
Global Compact.

The New Economy Carbon Leadership Awards


An award hosted by The New Economy magazine since
2010 recognizing companies who have reached higher levels
of carbon reduction and carbon reporting than required by
regulatory and voluntary frameworks.

Global Challenges Index


In 2007, the Hanover Exchange and Oekom research AG
introduced the Global Challenges Index, in which SCA is
included.

Folksam
The insurance company compiles an annual index for re-
sponsible business practices. In 2009, SCA shared the top
spot when the marks for environment and human rights were
combined.

Kempen/SNS SRI Universe


SCA is included in Kempen SNS SRI Universe and is appro-
ved for holdings in the Orange SeNSe Fund.

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