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International Paper - Statistics & Facts

International Paper Company was founded in 1898 in Corinth, New York following the merger of 18 pulp and paper mills in the northeastern United States. Now headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, International Paper is the largest pulp and paper company in the world today. The company operates 38 pulp, paper, and packaging mills, 201 converting and packaging plants, and 18 recycling plants worldwide, serving 25,000 customers across 150 countries. As of the end of 2020, International Paper's employee numbers worldwide was approximately 49,300, of which 33,000 were based in the United States.

Financial figures

Although International Paper revenues have declined slightly in recent years, the company still reported a revenue of 20 billion U.S. dollars in the year ending December 2020. In terms of regional net sales, its home market of the United States generated by far the most revenue for the company that year, at approximately 16 billion U.S. dollars. Much Is of this was generated by its North American industrial packaging segment. Such large sums made International Paper the leading forestry and paper company in the world based on revenue in 2020, well ahead of the second ranked company Oji Holdings in Japan. When compared to other pulp and paper producers, International Paper ranks highly in several categories. It had the second largest market cap of leading forestry and paper companies worldwide, and also had one of the highest net incomes at 482 million U.S. dollars. This was a noticeable decline when compared to the company’s net earnings in 2017, which totaled more than two billion U.S. dollars.

International Paper’s product portfolio

As one the leading paper companies worldwide, International Paper manufactures a wide range of products such as printing paper, specialty papers, and packaging products. The company’s printing paper sales totaled 3.5 million short tons in 2020, while the volume of industrial packaging sales totaled 18.7 million short tons. Sales volumes were highest that year for its corrugated packaging products, followed by containerboard. Other products manufactured and sold by International Paper include cellulose fibers. International Paper’s global cellulose fibers business produces products for variety of applications, such as baby care, textiles, and medical care.

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International Paper - Statistics & Facts

International Paper Company was founded in 1898 in Corinth, New York following the merger of 18 pulp and paper mills in the northeastern United States. Now headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, International Paper is the largest pulp and paper company in the world today. The company operates 38 pulp, paper, and packaging mills, 201 converting and packaging plants, and 18 recycling plants worldwide, serving 25,000 customers across 150 countries. As of the end of 2020, International Paper's employee numbers worldwide was approximately 49,300, of which 33,000 were based in the United States.

Financial figures

Although International Paper revenues have declined slightly in recent years, the company still reported a revenue of 20 billion U.S. dollars in the year ending December 2020. In terms of regional net sales, its home market of the United States generated by far the most revenue for the company that year, at approximately 16 billion U.S. dollars. Much Is of this was generated by its North American industrial packaging segment. Such large sums made International Paper the leading forestry and paper company in the world based on revenue in 2020, well ahead of the second ranked company Oji Holdings in Japan. When compared to other pulp and paper producers, International Paper ranks highly in several categories. It had the second largest market cap of leading forestry and paper companies worldwide, and also had one of the highest net incomes at 482 million U.S. dollars. This was a noticeable decline when compared to the company’s net earnings in 2017, which totaled more than two billion U.S. dollars.

International Paper’s product portfolio

As one the leading paper companies worldwide, International Paper manufactures a wide range of products such as printing paper, specialty papers, and packaging products. The company’s printing paper sales totaled 3.5 million short tons in 2020, while the volume of industrial packaging sales totaled 18.7 million short tons. Sales volumes were highest that year for its corrugated packaging products, followed by containerboard. Other products manufactured and sold by International Paper include cellulose fibers. International Paper’s global cellulose fibers business produces products for variety of applications, such as baby care, textiles, and medical care.

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