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UPM Ettringen reaches agreement with Aviretta

15 Apr 2014 − UPM and Aviretta have reached an agreement on the sale of a production facility at the Ettringen site. This means that the re-build of PM 4 could start soon. » more

Cascades to close down Djupafors plant in late June

10 Apr 2014 − The end is nearing for Cascades’s only Swedish site. The company has set a date for the closure of its Djupafors cartonboard plant which has a capacity of 60,000 tpy.» more

Montes del Plata postpones pulp mill start-up to May

09 Apr 2014 − Start-up of the Montes del Plata BEK pulp mill has been postponed once again. The company is waiting for Uruguay's enviromental agency DINAMA to give the go-ahead.» more

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Sistema acquires Segezha Pulp and Paper Mill

08 Apr 2014 − Russia's holding company Sistema is taking over sack kraft and paper sack manufacturer Segezha from the Bank of Moscow. The acquisition is scheduled for closure by the end of Q3 2014. » more

China confirms AD duties on dissolving pulp

07 Apr 2014 − China continues with anti-dumping measures on dissolving pulp imports from Brazil, Canada and the USA.» more

Cartiera dell'Adda upgrades PM 1 and raises board production

04 Apr 2014 − Cartiera dell'Adda is planning an investment at its PM 1 which will increase greyboard production at the site in Northern Italy. The company will take a ten-day downtime in August to implement rebuild work.» more

UPM Raflatac to boost capacity in Asia Pacific

03 Apr 2014 − The investment will see UPM Raflatac's coating capacity rise by 50% in the region; capacity increase needed for continued growth, says UPM. » more