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Mood on Poland’s paper and board markets

clouding over a little in late November

Polish economic data for October ended up being stronger than expected and indicated that the economy continues to strengthen at a rapid pace in the fourth quarter. The Polish economy grew 5.1% in the third quarter compared with the... more

EUWID Price Watch Poland November 2018

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Supply bottlenecks and high costs in the

chemicals sector drive thermal paper prices

Thermal paper producers find themselves facing a consolidating market among converters as well as challenges with chemicals and raw materials. Although buyers can make out slight tension on the market, industry representatives say that... more

German cores industry

is cautious about 2019

The current year was an eventful year for Germany’s producers of hard paper tubes for the paper, foil and textile industries. The German trade association for hard paper articles and round containers (FHR) reported that the first two... more

Germany: Producers of recycled CCM

now willing to compromise on prices

Due to a dip in demand in the corrugated board industry, by now producers of recycled corrugated case material are retroactively lowering November prices. Previously, only merchants had been willing to make price concessions in... more

EUWID Price Watch Germany November 2018

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Sappi achieves profit almost at previous year’s

level despite high investments and shutdowns

In the 2018 financial year that ended on 30 September, the Sappi Group invested in various projects with the aim of focusing on market segments with higher growth and better returns in future and withdrawing from the traditional graphic paper... more

Pulp producers report another round

of record results in first half of 2018

Pulp manufacturers had closed the 2017 business year with excellent results. In the first half of 2018, the global pulp industry continued to benefit from high demand and soaring sales prices. The pure-play market pulp suppliers, in... more

International Paper to swap

plants with Rossmann

US packaging group International Paper and French Rossmann Group are considering an asset swap. The companies inform that International Paper would sell its packaging production plant in Creil, France to Rossmann Group in exchange for the... more

160 jobs at Burgo mills in Italy are at risk

Around 160 jobs at the Duino and Verzuolo mills of Italian papermaker Burgo are at risk of being axed. A spokesman of trade union Slc Cgil informed EUWID that the so-called solidarity contracts in Duino, which regulate employment of roughly 100... more

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