We manufacture paper-based packaging, with our locations supported by a network of paper, recycling and forestry operations.
Smurfit Kappa is one of the leading providers of paper-based packaging solutions in the world, with around 43,000 employees in approximately 350 production sites across 33 countries and with revenue of €8.1 billion in 2014.
We are located in 21 countries in Europe, and 12 in the Americas. We are the only large-scale pan-regional player in Latin America.
With our pro-active team we relentlessly use our extensive experience and expertise, supported by our scale, to open up opportunities for our customers.
We collaborate with forward thinking customers by sharing superior product knowledge, market understanding and insights in packaging trends to ensure business success in their markets.
We have an unrivalled portfolio of paper-packaging solutions, which is constantly updated with our market-leading innovations.
This is enhanced through the benefits of our integration, with optimal paper design, logistics, timeliness of service, and our packaging plants sourcing most of their raw materials from our own paper mills. Our products, which are 100% renewable and produced sustainably, improve the environmental footprint of our customers.
Our headquarters are in Dublin with regional headquarters in Paris (Europe) and Miami (the Americas).
We design, manufacture and supply paper-based packaging to package, promote and protect our customers’ products. Each year we manufacture over 9.6 billion m2 of corrugated packaging and have key supply positions in solid board, folding carton and tube markets.
We manufacture a wide range of papers mainly used for packaging, printing and writing purposes. Our total global paper and board capacity is approximately 6.2 million tonnes per annum.
We provide recycling solutions to ensure our clients cardboard and paper is recycled responsibly, efficiently and reliably. We reprocess approximately 5.6 million tonnes of recovered paper per annum across the globe.
We own over 100,000 hectares of forest globally. Our forest estate management is based on sustainable development principles, promoting economic growth, a responsible use of natural resources and fostering social equity.