Section: Iggesund

Iggesund expanding services for Russia

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<p>“Russia is a hugely promising major market that definitely has room for a high-end product like Invercote,” says Rikard Papp.</p>
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/INS. Iggesund Paperboard is expanding its services for Eastern Europe by establishing a new freight terminal in Riga, Latvia, and a sales office in Moscow to boost Russian sales. The newly established units are a step forward in Iggesund’s long-term plan to cultivate its delivery services on a global scale.

Asylum – an installation created in an industrial setting

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<p><br />Artist Nils Olof Hedenskog is the artist in residence at Iggesund Paperboard and is working on an installation called “Asylum”. © Iggesund<br /><br /></p> (photo: Joakim Brolin)

/INS. In an industrial workshop in Strömsbruk in northern Sweden, multimedia artist  Nils Olof Hedenskog is working up a sweat. Within six months he will create an installation that it is hoped will attract interest from many art institutions around the world. The raw material is paperboard and he is working with Invercote from Iggesund Paperboard.

Iggesund Paperboard invests even more in service in the UK

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<p>Brendan O'Sullivan</p> (photo: Photographer: Per Trane)

/INS. Invercote and Incada, the quality paperboards from Iggesund Paperboard, have gained added distribution in the UK via a distribution agreement with the merchants Antalis and Elliott Baxter. Iggesund is now taking yet another step and introducing the warehousing and sheeting of Invercote at a distribution centre in the UK.

Iggesund expands its presence in North America

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<p>Rickard Österlindh, President Sales the Americas © Iggesund</p> (photo: Pontus H��k)

/INS. Iggesund Paperboard is expanding distribution in the US making its flagship product Invercote available coast to coast. Increasing interest in Invercote’s unique properties from brand owners on the West Coast, and some key new business acquisitions made expanding west a natural next step.

Excitement in design education

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<p>Dan Thorne, Craig McFarlane and Eddie Magee, design students at the University of the Creative Arts in Epsom showing their idea of how to convey Iggesund’s environmental performance.© Iggesund</p>

/INS. “We can do a lot of exciting things in an academic environment. But we can’t recreate the sense of excitement that arises when a company offers us realistic tasks,” explain Sallyanne Theodosiou, Senior Lecturer Graphic Design and her colleague Sophie Beard, both of the University for the Creative Arts, Epsom, UK.