Powered by Stora Enso

Powered by Stora Enso

Box Inc is operated as an independent legal entity (Box INC AB) which is wholly owned by Stora Enso. Powered by Stora Enso means in practice that Box Inc benefits from the structural capital, international network and access to funds that the global parent company can provide.

About Stora Enso

The renewable materials company, Stora Enso, develops and produces solutions based on wood and biomass for a range of industries and applications worldwide, leading in the bio economy and supporting our customers in meeting demand for renewable eco-friendly products.

Building on our heritage and know-how in forestry and trees, Stora Enso is committed to the development of products and technologies based on renewable materials. Our products, in many cases, provide a low-carbon alternative to many products made from fossil-based or other non-renewable materials.

Today our solutions are found in such segments as building, retail, food and beverages, manufacturing, publishing, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, confectionary, hygiene and textiles. Tomorrow, we believe there is the potential to produce anything that’s made with fossil-based materials from a tree.

Working for a greener world

Overall, we aim to be a leader in our field, preferred partner, and a respected member in the societies where we work, bringing value to our customers, employees, investors, suppliers, and other stakeholders.

Respect and responsibility for nature and the communities where we operate underpin our approach in every aspect. We work to ensure that forests and plantations are sustainably managed and that every effort is made to ensure more trees are grown than harvested. Inside and out, we are constantly looking for ways to improve processes, save energy and use raw material as efficiently as possible.

Stora Enso has some 26 000 employees in more than 30 countries, and is publicly listed on the Helsinki and Stockholm stock exchanges. Our sales in 2018 were EUR 10.5 billion, with an operational EBIT of EUR 1.3 billion.