About Munken


In Munkedal, about 100 km north of Göteborg, is one of the most beautifully-situated paper mills in the world, Arctic Paper Munkedals AB. The site was chosen with care - but we were not the first. That was the monks, who later gave their name to the estate, the paper mill, the village, the district and, finally, our brand. Where the Munkedal and Örekil Rivers meet, the monks used to fish for salmon for the monastery at Bokenäset, alongside the beach at Gullmarn fjord.

That was eight hundred years ago, but the Örekil River is still considered to be one of the country’s finest salmon rivers, with many keen anglers visiting every year.

During the last 20 years there have been major investments, and the mill today is one of the most environmentally-friendly paper mills in the world. Today, we are one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of uncoated paper, with significant exports to many parts of the world.

All papers are environmentally friendly and an ideal choice for companies wishing to convey a genuine natural impression through their printed materials. All Munken standard products are available as FSC™ - the mark of responsible forestry.
www.fsc.org. FSC-C020637 and PEFC certified.

About Arctic Paper

Arctic Paper S.A. is one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality graphical fine paper in Europe. The company produces coated and uncoated wood-free paper for demanding customers such as printers, publishers, newspaper publishers, advertising agencies, paper distributors and packaging producers. The product portfolio includes well-known brands such as Amber, Arctic, G-Print and Munken.

The company products are produced at its three paper mills:

Arctic Paper Munkedals, Sweden
Arctic Paper Grycksbo, Sweden
Arctic Paper Kostrzyn, Poland
The total production capacity of the company is over 700 000 tonnes of paper per year. Most of the products are sold through the company’s 14 sales offices in Europe.
Arctic Paper S.A. is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since October 2009, and additionally since December 2012 on the NASDAQ in Stockholm.