Most of the focus is on moving from order-based thinking to flow-based concepts. Many customer relationships are long-term and involve the supply of high-volume products.

By simplifying individual stages of the delivery chain and using the logistics solutions that are best for both parties, we both benefit. Main areas are SMI and PulpAcccess

60 per cent of Södra Cell’s transportations are made by vessels. The majority is carried out with two time-chartered vessels: Timbus and Cellus.

Our vessels

Timbus

Built: 2000.
Length: 99.9 metres.
Width: 17 metres.
Deadweight: 6,400 tonnes.
Load capacity: 5,600-5,700 tonnes.
Speed: 13.5 knots.

Cellus

Built: 1998.
Length: 99.9 metres.
Width: 17 metres.
Deadweight: 6,400 tonnes.
Load capacity: 5,600-5,700 tonnes.
Speed: 13.5 kno

Södra Cell’s sea transportation services a number of European destinations: Germany, the Netherlands, France, Great Britain, Italy, Spain and Poland. Deliveries from Södra Cell Mönsterås are loaded at the mills’ own ports, whereas Södra Cell Mörrum loads in Karlshamn/Stilleryd and Södra Cell Värö in Varberg. 

An efficient supply chain is important for any company. For Södra it's one of the most important elements that keeps the entire organisation moving.

Anders Ripström, head of delivery planning and logistics at Södra Cell international

Södra Cell’s land transportation is made using road and rail, with two-thirds of the land transportation from Swedish mills by rail/combi and the remainder by road.