2016

  • Acquisition of Uralplastic (flexible consumer packaging, Russia), Kalenobel (flexible consumer packaging, Turkey), SIMET (corrugated packaging, Poland) and Beepack (corrugated packaging, Russia)

2015

  • Successful start-up of €166 million Świecie recovery and biofuel boiler project (Poland)
  • Acquisition of Ascania (nonwoven hygiene components, Germany) and KSP, Co (consumer goods packaging, South Korea and Thailand)
  • Closure of two and divestiture of three Consumer Packaging plants (Europe and Asia)
  • Sale of Raubling (recycled containerboard mill, Germany)

2014

  • Successful start-up of bleached kraft paper machine in Štětí (Czech Republic)
  • Recovery boiler commissioned in Ružomberok (Slovakia)
  • Pulp dryer completed in Syktyvkar (Russia)
  • Acquisition of operations from Graphic Packaging International (industrial bags and kraft paper, US)

2013

  • Syktyvkar bark boiler commissioned (Russia)
  • Frantschach recovery boiler commissioned (Austria)
  • Richards Bay steam turbine commissioned (South Africa)
  • Stambolijski recovery boiler economiser commissioned (Bulgaria)

2012

  • Acquisition of Nordenia International (consumer packaging, Europe and US)
  • Acquisition of two Duropack plants and a recycled containerboard mill that has since been closed (corrugated packaging, Germany and Czech Republic)
  • Acquisition of the remaining minority interest in Mondi Świecie (Poland)
  • Divestiture of Aylesford Newsprint (UK)

2011

  • Demerger of Mondi Packaging South Africa (listed as Mpact on Johannesburg Stock Exchange)

2010

  • Acquisition of the industrial and consumer bag operations of Smurfit Kappa Group (western Europe) and disposal of corrugated box plants (UK)
  • Completion of extension and modernisation of Syktyvkar mill (Russia)
  • Divestiture of Europapier (paper merchant, central and eastern Europe)
  • Divestiture of 25.1% stake in Hadera (uncoated fine paper, Israel) - the remaining interest was sold in 2012

2009

  • Completion of new lightweight recycled containerboard machine ECO7 and state-of-the-art corrugated box plant at Świecie (Poland)

2007

  • Demerger of Mondi Group from Anglo American plc - dual listed structure with primary listing on JSE Limited for Mondi Limited and premium listing on London Stock Exchange for Mondi plc
  • Acquisition of majority stake in Tire Kutsan (containerboard and corrugated packaging, Turkey)
  • Divestiture of five corrugated packaging plants (Europe)

2006

  • Acquisition of Stambolijski (sack kraft paper, Bulgaria)
  • Divestiture of seven corrugated packaging, one bag converting and two flexibles plants (Europe, Asia, Africa)

2005

  • Expansion of pulp mill in Richards Bay (South Africa)
  • Rebuild of PM31 paper machine in Merebank (South Africa)
  • Divestiture of nine corrugated packaging plants and one flexibles plant (Europe)

2004

  • Expansion of  pulp mill in Ružomberok (Slovakia)

2003

  • Rebuild of PM18 paper machine in Ružomberok (Slovakia)

2002

  • Increased ownership in Syktyvkar mill to over 90% (Russia) - increased thereafter to 97.88%

2000

  • Acquisition of 50% of Ružomberok mill (uncoated fine paper and speciality kraft paper, Slovakia) and option to acquire a further 1% - subsequently exercised in 2006

1997

  • Acquisition of Świecie (containerboard, corrugated packaging and industrial bags, Poland)

Pre-1990

  • The Mondi Group is formed by Mondi South Africa, which was founded in 1967 and the acquisition of Frantschach and Neusiedler, which were founded in Austria in 1881 and 1793 respectively