Originating in northern Europe, we are a paper group with a dedicated passion for making superior graphic fine paper for demanding fine paper users. Being ideal for creative design, our paper qualities offer a wide range of applications, including book production, advertising, office materials and other qualitative printed matter. We want to combine delivery of our fine paper with know-ledge that inspires better business for our customers.
Together the three mills within the Arctic Paper S.A Group have 360 years of experience and expertise in making fine paper. Arctic Paper Mochenwangen GmbH was established in 1868, Arctic Paper Munkedals AB three years later and the mill in Kostrzyn was set up in 1958. Today�s Arctic Paper S.A. origins from the Trebruk AB Group that was established in 1983 with Munkedals AB as one of the mills. Trebruk opened up sales offices all over Europe and in 1993 Trebruk acquired Kostrzyn mill from the Polish state. Up until then the polish mill has been manufacturing both pulp and paper products. After the take over Trebruk Abs operation were streamlined and the company only produced graphical paper. Since the purchase of Arctic Paper Kostrzyn S.A. an extensive process of integration has taken place, a process that got even more important by the acquisition of Arctic Paper Mochenwangen GmbH
all major book publishers and book printers, top designers and design led companies and leading paper merchants
book production, creative design, advertising, office materials and other qualitative printed matter. We combine delivery of our fine paper with knowledge that inspires better business for our customers.
Please visit www.arcticpaper.com some credentials are lsited as follows; ISO 14001 is an international standard that defines the requirements for environmental work carried out by certified businesses, e.g. structured feedback on environmental performance through targets and action plans and regular internal and external inspection, with constant improvement as a basis, is required. The standard is revised regularly and the current requirement document is ISO 14001:2004. Certification is undertaken by independent officially-approved certification bodies. Two of our three paper mills* are certified in accordance with ISO 14001 (*Arctic Paper Mochenwangen is not certified) EMAS is a voluntary EU regulation/environmental management standard that defines the requirements for an EMAS-registered business. EMAS sets all the same requirements as ISO 14001, along with additional requirements for, e.g. preparation of regular environmental reports. Registration is through an approved inspector from the Swedish Environmental Management Council. The regulation is revised regularly and the current regulation is (EC) no. 761/2001. Two of our three paper mills* are registered according to EMAS (*Arctic Paper Mochenwangen is not registered). Arctic Paper Kostrzyn and Arctic Paper Munkedals prepare annual EMAS environmental reports, with detailed information on the operations� environmental performance. OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems) is a European certification system that is used by our paper mill in Kostrzyn. ISO 9001 is an international standard that defines the requirements for quality assurance work by certified businesses. The requirements ensure systematic and documented production processes, for the purpose of minimising defects in quality and optimising reliability. Certification is undertaken by independent officially-approved certification bodies. Arctic Paper Kostrzyn is certified in accordance with the current standard ISO 9001:2000. Paper Profile is an information service that makes it easy for customers to compare different products. Supported by distributors and industry associations, leading pulp and paper manufacturers, this is a product declaration format used for individual products, providing essential information regarding key environmental parameters and the producing company. FSC & PEFC-certified pulp. Today, large expanses of European forests are PEFC certified, while an as yet lower, but growing, proportion is FSC certified. Arctic Paper works with both FSC and PEFC pulp. PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes) was founded in 1999 and is an independent global umbrella organisation for evaluation and mutual recognition of national forest standards working for sustainable forestry through independent third-party certification. The aim is to promote sustainable forestry with a balance between these three aspects: forest production, environmental protection and social interests.