International Paper Co
International Paper Co. engages in the manufacture of paper and packaging products. [ Read More ]
The intrinsic value of one IP stock under the Base Case scenario is 48.8 USD. Compared to the current market price of 35.54 USD, International Paper Co is Undervalued by 27%.
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International Paper Co. engages in the manufacture of paper and packaging products. The company is headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee and currently employs 38,200 full-time employees. The firm operates through two segments: Industrial Packaging and Global Cellulose Fibers. The Industrial Packaging segment is a manufacturer of containerboard in the United States. The Industrial Packaging segment offers products, including linerboard, medium, white top, recycled linerboard, recycled medium and saturating kraft. The Cellulose Fibers segment offers a product portfolio, including fluff, market and specialty pulps. The firm operates over 24 pulp and packaging mills, approximately 163 converting and packaging plants, over 16 recycling plants and over three bag facilities. Its production facilities are located in Canada, Europe, North Africa and Latin America, which includes over four pulp and packaging mills, approximately 37 converting and packaging plants, and over two recycling plants.