Arctic Paper is creating a new strategic group R&D function

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In order to maintain and strengthen Arctic Paper's ability to develop new innovative products that meet customer needs, the company has decided to create a new cohesive R&D function at the Swedish mill in Munkedal. Daniel Klang has been appointed as Group R&D manager.

Daniel Klang most recently came from the position as production manager at Rexcell Tissue & Airlaid in Skåpafors and has previous experience from roles as sales and marketing manager at Ahlstrom-Munksjö in Billingsfors.

- A well-functioning and efficient R&D work in close collaboration with customers is one of our strengths and is of crucial importance for Arctic Paper's future when we move our position forward in packaging. We welcome Daniel Klang as head of our new R&D function. His broad experience comes in handy when we now gather our resources to increase the pace of innovation, says Michal Jarczyński, CEO, Arctic Paper S.A.

Innovation is part of Arctic Paper's strategy and the Group has a long tradition of developing new qualities and new products in close collaboration with customers. Arctic Paper's offering in paper is now supplemented with new products in sustainable packaging solutions, a growing area that is important to the Group. Arctic Paper's Group R&D manager will report directly to the CEO. 

Further information provided by:

Michal Jarczynski, CEO, Arctic Paper S.A.

Tel. (+46) (0) 10 451 7005


Arctic Paper S.A. is one of the leading producers of high-quality graphical fine paper in Europe and consists of three paper mills and four eco-friendly strong brands, Amber, Arctic, Munken and G. Most of the products are sold through the company’s sales offices in Europe. The Group is the main owner of the listed Swedish pulp producer Rottneros AB. Arctic Paper S.A. is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange and NASDAQ in Stockholm.
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