Fibria

  • The world's largest eucalyptus pulp producer, targeting end-use markets including tissues, printing and writing papers, and specialty papers
  • Owns and manages about 1 million hectares of forest base in Brazil to support its pulp production
  • Operates four pulp mills in Brazil that are all self-s...

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