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First deals signed with lower

NBSK pulp contract prices for June

During the first days of July, producers and buyers were still mostly in the midst of negotiating pulp prices for June. One Scandinavian pulp producer, though, has already agreed to lower northern bleached softwood kraft (NBSK) pulp prices. As... more

Prices slide for woodfree

uncoated papers in Germany

Production is still being curbed in the graphic paper segment, but order intake is generally improving, according to EUWID respondents. Nevertheless, there was recently a considerable price drop for woodfree uncoated paper in Germany,... more

European Graphic Paper Statistics


EUWID Price Review Germany


German paper sack industry expects 2020

performance to match last year’s level

In 2019, deliveries from the German paper sack industry were 5.5 per cent lower compared to the previous year. Industry players described their business situation between "good" and "satisfactory". Thanks to timely measures... more

Decor paper manufacturers encounter only

a small improvement in workloads in June

The slow ramp-up of production activity in the furniture and building product industry has so far had little impact on European decor paper manufacturers’ order intake. Any effects are most evident in the pre-impregnated paper business... more

Lockdown during Covid-19 crisis forces

German paper mills to shorten working hours

Germany’s paper and printing industries have been affected by the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Many companies feel forced to limit or even stop production temporarily. In order to counter the slump in demand, the companies... more

German paper mills emerge in different

fashion from Covid-19 crisis

The paper industry, not only in Germany, is currently facing shrinking demand in many segments after recent lockdown measures. In an interview with EUWID, Dr Grünewald, Vice President of the association of German paper mills VDP... more

Insolvent French press wholesaler Presstalis

bought by newspaper publishers

France’s biggest press distributor Presstalis - which has been embroiled in court-ordered reorganisation proceedings since 15 May - has been bought by French daily newspaper publishers and will henceforth operate as France Messagerie. The... more

Circulation figures of British newspapers

improving only slowly from April low

Circulation figures of British dailies and weekend newspapers recovered in May from the low point they had receded to in April because of coronavirus-related restrictions. As borne out by figures of British monitoring agency Audit Bureau of... more

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