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Excel in the challenging pulp, paper, and packaging industry

Maximize your return on assets, while boosting customer retention, margins, and profitability, with our pulp, paper, and packaging industry software. SAP solutions can help you gain fast insight into production requirements and supply chain availability – so you can offer value-added services, control costs, meet customer needs, and support sustainability requirements.

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Improve ERP in your company

Leverage a powerful and flexible ERP solution tailored to the needs and budgets of mill products– including pulp, paper and packaging companies. Enhance strategic insight, achieve operational excellence, and build a foundation for business execution.

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Differentiate your company in commodity markets

Help your paper and packaging company improve order fulfillment, optimize asset performance, and effectively manage the supply chain with help from SAP software for the pulp, paper, and packaging industry.

Achieve the "perfect order" with best practices

Learn about three best practices that leading mill products companies have adopted to overcome operational challenges and deliver the "perfect order."

Align your business across interaction channels

Find out how commerce solutions from hybris, an SAP company, enable mill products companies to orchestrate an integrated and consistent customer experience across interaction channels – for a competitive edge.


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Can we improve the paper business after hundreds of years?

Yes! The shift from reactive processing to predictive processing could fundamentally change the production process of paper.

Forest Products Leaders Rely on SAP for Digital Transformation

Hear how thought leaders Sappi Limited, Koehler Paper Group and ARAUCO are working with SAP to drive digital transformation in their forest products businesses.

Applying digital business to improve efficiencies in pulp and paper

Companies in the pulp and paper industry are focused on cash flow and cost cutting, scrutinizing every aspect of operations for improvement opportunities. Fortunately, today’s new digital world is arming executives with real-time data to help uncover unique new ways to increase efficiency.


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Get SAP training and education

Enhance your knowledge of SAP software, develop new skills, and bring more expertise to your company. Our full suite of software training and education courses and certifications can help you maximize the power of your SAP solutions.

Run Simple with SAP Service and Support

Make sure your SAP solutions meet your business needs simply and seamlessly – with help from SAP Service and Support. Our 30,000+ consultants have unparalleled product knowledge, technology expertise, and experience across 25 distinct industries.

We’ve recently refined the way we engage with customers, to make it even easier for you to drive transformation and simplify your business. Whether you want to speed up implementation, move to the cloud, customize your solution, optimize IT, or do something completely different – the SAP Service and Support team is here to make it happen.


Develop an innovation road map specific to your business objectives

Use best practices, technology, and accelerators to adopt the right solution approach

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Missed the SAP Forest Products, Paper and Packaging Forum?

The 6th SAP Forest Products, Paper, and Packaging Forum took place in Frankenthal, Germany in October, 2015.  Hear or download speaker recordings from International Paper, Sappi, Arauco, Suzano, Koehler Paper, Carl Edelmann and Analyst firm ARC. 

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