Nordic Paper

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Nordic Paper AS
Industry Paper industry
Founded 2001
Key people
Richard Heiberg (CEO)
Sverre A. Larssen (chair)
Owner Petek GmbH (50.41%)
NorgesInvestor III AS (32.60%)
Richard Heiberg Invest AS (7.64%)
JSR Invest AB (7.64%)Hartvig Wennberg AS (1.71%)[1]
Website www.nordic-paper.com

Nordic Paper AS is a Norwegian industrial company, operating in Norway and Sweden. It was founded in 2001 when Peterson Scanproof, a branch of M. Peterson & Søn which consisted of production units in Greåker (formerly owned by Greaker Industrier) and Säffle, was merged with a paper factory in Geithus, owned by Norske Skog Union.

Nordic Paper's factory at Greåker, Norway.

The craft paper producer M. Peterson & Søn retained ownership after the reorganization into Nordic Paper, together with Norske Skog Union's parent Norske Skogindustrier.[2] In 2006 both Peterson and Norske Skogindustrier backed out, in favor of numerous investors.[1][2]

As a result of the ownership change, the factory in Geithus was closed.[2] However, two kraft paper factories in Bäckhammar and Åmotfors were acquired.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Owners". Nordic Paper. Retrieved 11 Apr 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c "Nordic Paper AS". Store norske leksikon. Kunnskapsforlaget. 2007.