Forest, paper & packaging CEOs say they’re operating in a more extreme environment. To cope, they are fusing new and old ways of competing and restructuring.
This Net Earnings Summary for the Global Forest and Paper Industry is prepared by PwC based on financial statements issued by the noted companies. Earnings are reported in regional currencies unless otherwise noted.
The goal of the Survey, now in its 16th year, is to provide insight into the industry's major companies and an overview of the issues and events shaping the industry
PwCs forest industry professionals can work with your company to assess your strategic and operational issues and recent business developments to understand their impact on your supply chain. We can help you to develop a certified Chain of Custody process that enables you to track forest based raw materials through the supply chain
A 2011 PwC that looks at the way in which fair value is being applied by forest owning companies applying IFRS. This study aims to provide a follow up on the insights published in 2009 and to highlight certain observations on the difficulties, as well as similarities and differences.
In this short report, we look at how technology, competition for fibre and evolving value chains are redefining the possibilities for FPP companies, and consider how business models may change in response. We believe that the FPP industry will need to both draw upon old strengths, like its considerable talents in forest and fibre management, and improve capabilities, e.g. around innovation and R&D, to make sure it gains full benefit from these developments.
The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and PwC developed this white paper to provide information about LCA and to be a reference for those interested in learning how LCA can be applied in the forest products industry. This white paper is intended for those new to LCA, as well as those who are already familiar with the concept.