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30 April 2012

SCA's new sustainability triumphs

SCA has won a place in the FTSE4Good global sustainability index for the 12th consecutive year.

And the company has also moved from third to second place in the CNN/Fortune list of the world’s most admired forest and paper companies.

Commenting on the FTSE4Good inclusion, SCA’s corporate sustainability senior vice-president Kersti Strandqvist said: ”Sustainability is an integral part of our business strategy and worldwide operations.

“Our high score on the Index is an inspiration for us and reinforces our conviction that long-term sustainability work creates value for all our stakeholders. And our recently-launched additional sustainability targets - which take into account people as well as nature targets - raise the bar going forward.”

SCA’s latest sustainability targets include a commitment to triple the production of biofuels from forest residues by 2020 with 2010 as a reference year. The company also aspires to reduce accidents in the workplace by 25 per cent between 2011-2016.

The FTSE4Good Index Series was launched in 2001 by FTSE Group with the aim of objectively measuring the performance of companies that meet globally-recognised corporate responsibility standards.

The CNN/Fortune’s list of the world’s most admired companies polled 4,100 executives, directors and securities analysts for their views. Innovation, social responsibility and quality of products and services were among the qualities that helped promote SCA from third to second place among the world’s most admired forest and paper companies.

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