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Stora Enso plans to close the paper machine of baienfurt factory in Germany and Kabel factory

the supervisory board of Stora Enso German holding company has decided to close the baienfurt factory and the No. 3 paper machine with an annual capacity of 140000 tons of coated magazine paper in Kabel factory by the end of 2008. The reason behind these closure plans was first announced in the futures market on September 10, 2008. Unfortunately, the closure plan has not changed. The specific reason is that it is difficult to make profits due to overcapacity in Europe, the strengthening of the euro and rising costs (especially wood and energy)

in September, Stora Enso announced its plan to close the paperboard machine with an annual capacity of 190000 tons of folded paperboard at the baienfurt plant in Germany by the end of 2008. The group plans to continue to serve its customers through its other cardboard plants in Finland and Sweden. The slitting service center in baienfurt will continue to operate in order to continue to provide customers with high-quality services that are harmful to the health of painters. The factory currently has 391 employees, of which about 40 will continue to work in the slitting service center. About 170 employees were affected by the closure of the No. 3 paper machine at the Kabel plant

Stora Enso will seek to develop the less self-locking site of the baienfurt plant for industrial purposes other than cardboard or paper production. Stora Enso is also carrying out a social program for employees affected by these restructuring measures to increase the set value after testing (such as canceling the previous hook when conducting similar experiments such as peeling or tearing)

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