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Hyogo Pulp Industries idles pulp production after boiler explosion

18 Sep 2018 − The Japanese unbleached kraft pulp manufacturer might not be able to resume production for at least two months. » more

Strong demand for deinking grades prevails on German RCP market

18 Sep 2018 − High demand from China contributed to an increase in prices for sorted graphic paper for deinking in Germany in August. » more

Estonia: pulp mill in Tartu region unlikely to be built

18 Sep 2018 − Building a pulp mill at another site or with different capacity is possible, Estonian minister told Est-For Invest» more

Sappi leaves Cham site in Switzerland, digital imaging business to be integrated into other company sites

17 Sep 2018 − Sappi will transfer former CPG digital solutions business to existing facilities in Europe, cutting 25 full-time jobs in Cham. » more

Canada requests consultations with China on dissolving pulp tariffs

13 Sep 2018 − China has been applying anti-dumping duties of up to 33.5% on imports of cellulose pulp from Brazil, Canada and the USA since 2014.» more

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Sequana completes sale of Wizernes site to Wizpaper

12 Sep 2018 − The former Arjowiggins' fine paper mill is set to produce corrugated case material under new ownership.» more

Commercial production at Pro-Gest's Mantua mill to start at year's end

11 Sep 2018 − Production start of the new recycled containerboard machine at Pro-Gest's Mantua mill was last announced for the month of August, but was once again postponed.» more

Prices of sack kraft paper rise in Germany

11 Sep 2018 − As availability remains tight, prices for brown and white sack kraft papers continue to rise in Germany in the third quarter.» more

Corex raises capacity at its core plant in Poland

11 Sep 2018 − In reaction to strong market growth in Poland, Corex has increased core manufacturing capacity at its plant in Świecie by nearly 25%.» more