Stora EnsoFri Feb 27th, 2016
What our trainees do
Let our latest trainees show you some of the amazing things they do on their journey to GROW into future leaders with the Stora Enso Global Trainee Programme.
Adam FredrikssonThu Feb 9th, 2017
Julius SäiläThu Feb 9th, 2017
I remember thinking countless times "how is this piece of theoretical information going to help me in work life?" when studying in university.
Anka DiersMon Feb 6th, 2017
One of the great things of being a GROW trainee is the three months international assignment. An opportunity to choose the location and function you want to work in. Anywhere within Stora Enso.
Björn ThelinFri Dec 16th, 2016
Stora Enso is in the middle of a significant transformation. Our company is aiming to evolve from a traditional paper and board producer to a renewable materials growth company. Drivers for this transformation are a strong focus on customers and new innovation approaches, which will enable us to better respond to market trends and customer requirements...
Anka DiersMon Nov 21st, 2016
Hi everyone, In August 2015, I joined Stora Enso at the Maxau Mill in Karlsruhe as a process engineer in the production department. The mill is located in south-west Germany close to the French border. In Maxau, there are two paper machines. Both of them produce SC paper.
Pranav ChandraWed Oct 26th, 2016
As a global organisation, Stora Enso is currently going through a transformational journey! It is then no surprise that this journey of transforming into a renewables material company requires substantial effort from each individual entity within Stora Enso. From Paper and Packaging Solutions to Legal and Communications, all divisions and group functions must work together, and by themselves, to enable this amazing organisational transformation.
Mattias BergnerMon Oct 17th, 2016
I'm going to keep this short and simple. I have been working in Nymölla Mill for three and a half months now. I want to dedicate this blog post to all the amazing people working at the mill.
Nils von EssenMon Oct 17th, 2016
The ability to gather and use insights is one of the most important tools that a person will ever get… except from maybe a brain and a body. But part from the obvious perks of being able to eat, breathe, sleep, think and several other things that make us human, I would argue that insights come at an honourable ranking on the shortlist as a means to help us develop as individuals and teams, in our private life as well as in business.
Kaisa SuutariTue Oct 11th, 2016
These are two sheets of paper I made over twenty years ago. I was about eight years old back then. The paper was made of recycled fibres. A blender was used as a pulper and I had a small A5 size wire frame. The paper is quite bulky and the roughness is high with stiffness and fold number really low.