The forestry and paper industry is undergoing enormous changes as consumption and consumer patterns evolve. Mega trends such as consumer trends, regulations, and globalization are putting immense cost pressures on the forestry and paper companies.

Digital content distribution is surging which means that demand for physical paper is decreasing. Core areas that were large paper consumers are now going digital, such as the media, advertisments and devices with capacity of audiobooks, e-books, digital storage and archiving. There’s no denying that this trend will continue, which means that the industry will have to adapt to this new world.

In some cases, there are opportunities for graphic paper to become complementary rather than substitutive alternative for the digital solutions.

We help forestry and paper companies across the value chain to reforge and adapt their business models tailored for the challenges of today and tomorrow. This will allow you to find new routes to sustainable growth by providing you with all the tools you need.

We enable you to better meet the growing demand for new packaging materials and consumer paper products so that you can more clearly respond to current and future changes.

We differentiate as the only company specialized in enabling the construction and materials industry to apply standards and patterns of success to meet the disruption and challenges in every segment of the forestry and paper industry, from harvesting and mill operators, paper producers, and custom packagers.

What are Standards?

Still unsure about what standards are?

Find the Standards you need

Details of the different products and prices can be found in the Enterprise and Industry Standards sections.

Speak to our specialist, if you need insight on which standard to choose and how your team can apply them.

Key topics where standards are used

Discover how forestry and paper executives address key topic that spans the entire production cycle, from harvesting and mill operators, paper producers, and custom packagers – these include:

  • Define future growth and shareholder value
  • Value based cost reduction to boost yield, margins & customer satisfaction
  • Expand production and find new value in their core assets

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  • Environmental, health and safety compliance
  • Industry 4.0 – Transform workforce and machine productivity
  • Productivity: align digitilze workforce, capabilities, workflow, process, data & scheduling
  • Advanced data-driven quality control
  • Asset management and predictive maintenance
  • Remote operations: machine as a service and robot assisted
  • Remote prodcution: Self organizing and line simulation
  • Integrated and optimized end-to-end supply chain

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