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Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA (publ) engages in the development, production, and marketing of personal care products, tissues, and forest products worldwide. The company offers personal care products, such as incontinence care under the TENA name; baby diapers and other baby care products under the Libero, Drypers, Pequeñin, and Treasures, as well as Baby Sens, Baby Star, BabyFral, BioCare Baby Plus, Cuddlers, DryBaby, DryKids, Hey Baby!, Komili Bebe, Libero-Peaudouce, Plissé Bebé, and Tessy babies names; and feminine towels, liners, tampons, and other feminine care products under the Bodyform, Calipso, Donnasept, Komili, Libresse Lifestyle, Nana, Nuvenia, pam, and Rozi names. It also provides toilet tissue, kitchen rolls, handkerchiefs, and paper napkins primarily under the Edet, Famiia, Handee, Plenty, Purex Regio, Sorbent, Tempo, Velvet, Zewa, and Lotus. In addition, the company offers hand towels, toilet paper, skin care products, air refresheners, facial tissue, bins, wipers, wet wipes, kitchen rolls, napkins, and other hygiene products for washrooms, wash stations, healthcare areas, food and beverage handling, food preparation, manufacturing and maintenance under the Tork brand name; and paper products and dispensing systems under the Lotus Professional brand name. Further, it sells forest products, such as publication papers, such as uncoated magazine paper, uncoated offset, supercalendered publication, and light weight coated paper; packaging papers; pulp for tissue and publication papers; solid-wood products for house building, home furnishings, and furniture industries; and forest-based biofuels, such as tree branches, crowns, stumps, bark, sawdust, peat, and processed products, which include pellets and briquettes. Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA (publ) was founded in 1929 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.

33,535 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/28/14
Founded in 1929

svenska cellulosa ab sca-b (SVCBF) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: kr21.3M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

svenska cellulosa ab sca-b (SVCBF) Key Developments

SCA Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the Third Quarter and Nine Months Ended of September 30, 2014 and Parent Earnings Results for the Nine Months Ended September 30, 2014

SCA reported consolidated earnings results for the third quarter and nine months ended of September 30, 2014 and parent earnings results for the nine months ended September 30, 2014. For the nine months, on consolidated basis, the company's net sales rose 10% (10% excluding exchange rate effects and divestments) to SEK 76,657 million against SEK 69,453 million a year ago. Organic sales growth, which excludes exchange rate effects, acquisitions and divestments, was 3% (4% including Vinda's organic sales growth). Operating profit, excluding items affecting comparability, rose 19% (17% excluding exchange rate effects and divestments) to SEK 8,599 million against SEK 7,218 million a year ago. Profit before tax, excluding items affecting comparability, rose 22% (20% excluding exchange rate effects and divestments) to SEK 7,847 million against SEK 6,429 million a year ago. Net profit for the period was SEK 5,851 million compared to SEK 4,723 million a year ago. Earnings per share were SEK 7.35 against SEK 5.28 a year ago. Cash flow from current operations was SEK 5,373 million against SEK 4,282 million a year ago. The improvement is mainly attributable to a higher operating surplus. Net debt has increased by SEK 3,498 million during the year to date, to SEK 37,417 million. Current capital expenditures amounted to SEK 2,452 million compared to SEK 2,283 million a year ago. Operating cash flow amounted to SEK 7,507 million compared to SEK 6,088 million a year ago. Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 7,784 million compared to SEK 6,525 million a year ago. Acquisition of tangible and intangible assets was SEK 3,812 million compared to SEK 3,830 million a year ago. For the quarter, on consolidated basis, the company reported net sales of SEK 26,594 million compared to SEK 23,002 million a year ago. Operating profit was SEK 3,035 million compared to SEK 2,625 million a year ago. Profit before tax was SEK 2,766 million compared to SEK 2,342 million a year ago. Net profit for the period was SEK 2,106 million compared to SEK 1,686 million a year ago. Earnings per share were SEK 2.68 compared to SEK 2.06 a year ago. Return on equity was 8%. For the nine months, on a parent basis, the company reported operating loss of SEK 390 million compared to SEK 461 million a year ago. Profit before tax was SEK 4,373 million compared to loss before tax of SEK 107 million a year ago. Net profit for the period was SEK 4,822 million compared to SEK 325 million a year ago.

SCA Launches of its Refreshed Line of TENA Skincare Cleansing, Washing and Protective Cream Products

SCA announced the launch of its refreshed line of TENA Skincare cleansing, washing and protective cream products. Featuring milder formulations, easy-to-identify packaging and design updates, the enhanced portfolio will help facility caregivers better address and maintain good skin health for elderly residents with vulnerable skin, particularly those suffering from incontinence. Due to its fragile nature, elderly skin faces increased vulnerability to a variety of threats, including skin ulcers, incontinence-associated dermatitis and infection, and greater potential for injury as healing slows down. In addition, frequent cleansing with soap and water can further disrupt skin's integrity and increase dryness. The TENA Skincare assortment has been re-designed to be more visually appealing and enable quick product recognition to help caregivers better address the individual skin needs of elderly patients, and customize a cleansing, moisturizing and protecting care regimen that is specific to their skin conditions. Product testing has shown that TENA(R) Cleansing Cream, which provides specialized preventative skin care for elderly residents, is over 5x more moisturizing than a no-rinse cleanser and 7x more moisturizing than soap and water. In addition, the TENA Skincare line has demonstrated significant improvements in skin conditions among elderly residents. In a separate case study conducted over a two month period, the use of the TENA Skincare system reduced the number of residents of a long-term care facility that exhibited skin conditions, compared with the use of soap and water. The TENA Skincare system comprises 21 individual products and is organized into three categories based on functionality: ‘Cleanse (no rinse),’ which includes TENA Cleansing Creams, and TENA UltraFlush, Ultra and Classic washcloths, ‘Cleanse (rinse off),’ which includes Body Wash and Shampoo, and ‘Protect,’ which includes Protective Cream. For simpler identification by caregivers, each category of products now features distinct color coding and easy-to-read labels and graphics, enabling easier product selection based on its intended use. Wider bottle bases and a sleek design provide greater structural stability and a more modern look and feel. New and improved formulations include greater conditioning qualities for added moisture and improved skin condition. For the elderly, the breakdown of skin can have considerable impact on an individual's physical and psychological wellbeing. By taking a total cost of care approach, which looks at the full spectrum of an individual's care demands including costs of labor, skin damage, toileting and other factors, facilities can make choices that are driven by a big picture view and that may ultimately lead to improved quality of life for residents, and cost efficiencies.

SCA To Sell Oughtibridge Paper Mill

Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA (publ) (OM:SCA B) is planning to sell Oughtibridge Paper Mill after it closes in 2015. Capita has been appointed as the real estate broker for the sale.

 

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