Working @ Stora Enso
Take a peek at the everyday life of employees in a company that is transforming from a traditional paper and board producer to a renewable materials growth company
Neverending rows of baby eucalyptus trees at the nursery at Stora Enso's pulp mill in Montes Del Plata, Uruguay.
The view from the roof top of our head office building in Helsinki was stunning this chilly morning, where felt like ❄️
Our head office in Helsinki was part of the light festival luxhelsinki and lit up so beautifully at night.
Railroad is one of the most important veins amongst production organs, this particularly colourful one can be found in the Heinola Fluting Mill area.
If you work in the forest for Stora Enso, you may end up driving a fowarder like this, a one-year old Rottne It is a mid-size forwarder, when fully loaded and equipped with steeltracks it weighs about 40 tons.
Beautiful view on the road to work in the morning. Magical view over the misty lake!
From the daily life of one of our employees.Thinning a young pine stand in the deep forest. Big machinery (Ponsse Fox) in action!
Today's office near a beautiful lake where we planned a pine dominated area, soon ready for final felling.
In Stora Enso's office in Falun, Sweden, office dogs are allowed and appreciated colleagues (by most people). Here is Kasper and Snow on guard outside one of the offices.
Meet your colleagues in Stora Enso: Roman Korytar, Integration Manager from Ostrava, Czech Republic tells about her daily work