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Ahlstrom's Plant in Brazil Hit by Thunderstorm and Flooding
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Helsinki, Finland, 14 January 2011 -- Ahlstrom's Louveira plant in Brazil was hit by a thunderstorm and flooded. Production at the site has been stopped. There were no injuries to Ahlstrom staff or other people at the site.

The Louveira plant is located approximately 100 kilometers from Sao Paolo in southeastern Brazil and is part of Ahlstrom's Filtration Business Area. It produces transportation filtration material.

Ahlstrom is currently investigating the magnitude of the damage and has started the clean-up process. The company will make all the possible efforts to serve customers during this situation. The southeastern part of Brazil has suffered from severe floods and mudslides.

Ahlstrom is a global leader in the development, manufacture, and marketing of high performance nonwovens and specialty papers. Ahlstrom's products are used in a variety of everyday applications, such as filters, wipes, flooring, labels, and tapes. Based on its unique fiber expertise and innovative approach, the company has a strong market position in several business areas in which it operates. Ahlstrom's 5800 employees serve customers via sales offices and production facilities in more than 20 countries on six continents. In 2009, Ahlstrom's net sales amounted to EUR 1.6 billion. Ahlstrom's share is quoted on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki. The company Web site is at www.ahlstrom.com.


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