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Stora Enso's Sustainability Report 2005 Focuses On The Details Of Responsible Business Practice

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis., August 9, 2006 – Stora Enso's long-time tradition of providing open and transparent reporting of its business operations continues with the publication of the North American Operations Sustainability Report 2005. The theme for the Sustainability Report 2005 is “sustainability is in the details.” This annual update expresses Stora Enso’s belief that strict attention to the “details” of environmental stewardship, corporate social responsibility and ethical business practices is key to a sustainable future. This focus allows the company to concentrate on efforts to integrate sustainability into every aspect of doing business. The report states the region’s accomplishments, identifies goals for addressing stakeholder values and expectations, and demonstrates the progress being made in meeting those goals. The annual sustainability report also enables Stora Enso’s North American operations to review its performance, confirming that it is continuing in the right direction and is accountable for its actions. Stora Enso’s commitment to economic, social and environmental responsibility underpins its approach to planning for long-term success as a contribution to its industry, its shareholders and the communities in which it operates. Stora Enso’s North American Operations Sustainability Report 2005 can be downloaded from the Web site at www.storaenso.com/sustainability. To order printed copies, e-mail jesse.austin@storaenso.com or call (715) 422-1573. Profile Stora Enso is an integrated paper, packaging and forest products company, and a world leader in sustainability. In North America, Stora Enso is a leading producer of coated and supercalendered papers for the printing and publishing industries, and a premier producer of speciality papers. Other products include newsprint, elemental chlorine-free kraft pulp, totally chlorine-free mechanical pulp and recycled pulp from recovered paper. Stora Enso has papermaking operations in Biron, Kimberly, Niagara, Stevens Point, Whiting and Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin; Duluth, Minnesota; and Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia, Canada. Media contact: Tim Laatsch, senior vice president, communications, (715) 422-4023.

 

 

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