Nils Ringborg was appointed Director of International Affairs at Holmen. Nils has many years of experience within the Holmen Group, most recently as head of the Holmen Paper business area. In his new role, Nils will work proactively in Brussels to increase awareness of Nordic forest management and to strengthen Holmen's influence in the EU's policy processes.
"We have had to get used to being increasingly affected by decisions made in Brussels. With Nils' skillset, I'm convinced that we will be able both to convey a more accurate picture of Swedish forest management and also gain an understanding of what we need to do to see fresh fibre accepted as a natural element in the circular economy," says Henrik Sjölund, President and CEO, Holmen.
Much of the legislation passed in Sweden is either imposed directly by Brussels or indirectly via Directives that are interpreted and incorporated into legislation in Sweden. This means that there is a vital need to increase awareness of the conditions under which Nordic forest management operates to further the competitiveness of Holmen and the Swedish forest industry in Europe.
In his new role, Nils Ringborg will report to President and CEO Henrik Sjölund.
Holmen is a forest industry group that manufactures paperboard, paper and wood products and runs forestry and energy production operations.