Print edition

EUWID Pulp and Paper Issue 42/2016


  • German market for fine paper has recovered somewhat compared to the summer
  • Strong price pressure on lower RCP grades on the German market
  • EUWID Price Watch Germany Recovered Paper, October 2016
  • Finland: LUKE predicts higher exports at lower prices in 2016
  • No followers yet for Ence’s announced hike to BEK pulp prices
  • EUWID Price Review Pulp Western Europe Third quarter 2016
  • EUWID Price Watch Sawmill Residues Germany October 2016
  • Sawdust suppliers succeed in getting more price increases accepted in Germany
  • Austria: Declining prices for woodchips in quarterly contracts
  • Faulty Austrian voting cards are no envelopes, VDBF says
  • Fewer corrugated companies attend Fach Pack trade fair in 2016
  • German government expects the packaging industry to take action on mineral oil residues
  • European paper producers set up stands at this year’s WPE


  • Abelan Viersen resold, renamed Viersen Paperboard
  • Lenzing to expand production capacity for dissolving pulp
  • Prinzhorn Group plans new PM for Spremberg mill
  • Van Genechten to expand packaging facility in Poland
  • Billerud Korsnäs acquires stake in encryption technology expert
  • Brüggen relocating production to Germany
  • Grupo Hinojosa readies start of Sarrià de Ter paper mill
  • Logson Group acquires corrugated manufacturer Boxshop
  • Saica aiming to take over Americk Packaging
  • UPM Raflatac expanding site in Wroclaw
  • APRIL kicks off fine paper production on new PM 3
  • PCA acquires Columbus Container
  • Pulp manufacturers largely satisfied with deliveries in the first half-year 2016
  • Sofidel America orders two tissue lines from Valmet

  • News in brief