May 12, 2021
Baton Rouge Business Report
Stora Enso produces and distributes renewable products such as formed fiber, wood, paper and market pulp for retail and cosmetic industries. Read more
BillerudKorsnas is perceived as one of Stora Enso's biggest rivals. BillerudKorsnas was founded in 2012, and its headquarters is in Solna, Stockholms län. BillerudKorsnas competes in the Paper Products field. BillerudKorsnas has 18,600 fewer employees than Stora Enso.
Weyerhaeuser is one of Stora Enso's top rivals. Weyerhaeuser is a Public company that was founded in 1900 in Seattle, Washington. Weyerhaeuser operates in the Wood Products industry. Compared to Stora Enso, Weyerhaeuser has 13,696 fewer employees.
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Stora Enso's revenue is the ranked 4th among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 7.3B. Over the last four quarters, Stora Enso's revenue has grown by 12.4%. Specifically, in Q1 2021's revenue was $2.7B; in Q4 2020, it was $3.3B; in Q3 2020, it was $2.4B; in Q2 2020, Stora Enso's revenue was $2.4B.
These are all the companies that Stora Enso has acquired. Stora Enso has acquired 2 companies and its latest acquisition was Cellutech AB in Oct 2018. Cellutech manufactures and markets cellulose and wood-based materials for packaging, cosmetics, food and life science sectors.
Since Stora Enso was founded in 1998, it has participated in 1 round of funding. In total Stora Enso has raised $707.1M. Stora Enso's funding round was on Dec 2017 for a total of $707.1M
No recent investments found related to Stora Enso
These are all the companies that Stora Enso has invested in. Stora Enso has invested 2 companies and its latest investment was Cellutech AB in Oct 2018. Cellutech manufactures and markets cellulose and wood-based materials for packaging, cosmetics, food and life science sectors.