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DS Smith launches

DS Smith Packaging France

DS Smith plans to set up a new business division as of 1 July going by the name of DS Smith Packaging France. The company, which acquired French Otor Group on 1 September, explained that the new division would combine Otor’s entire corrugated... more

Arauco builds CHP, pursues

expansion in Nueva Aldea

In its business report for 2010, Celulosa Arauco y Constitución has outlined the agenda for the year of 2011. On top of the list is the completion of the combined heating and power plant that the company is building in the Viñales district near... more

Shandong Chenming equips

BHKP plant for DP production

Chinese pulp and paper manufacturer Zhanjiang Chenming Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Shandong Chenming Paper Holdings Ltd., is converting the pulp mill at its new production facility in Zhanjiang in Guangdong province to a swing system.... more

Phoenix Pulp & Paper orders

cooking plant from Metso

Thai manufacturer Phoenix Pulp & Paper Co. is planning to enlarge its pulp capacity. A new cooking plant is to be installed at its Khon Kaen production plant 500 km northeast of Bangkok and the pulp plant is to be updated, reports Metso, who was... more

Brookfield extends deadline

for sale of Katahdin Paper

The future of US Katahdin Paper Company LLC remains open. The government of Maine announced that Katahdin’s parent company Brookfield Asset Management had extended the deadline due to which a new buyer needed to be found for the Millinocket and... more

Sustained cost pressure pushing prices

higher in some parts of the French market

Spiralling raw material costs continue to influence paper manufacturers’ pricing policy in large part. Suppliers in France managed to push through mark-ups announced for April deliveries in a few sectors of the paper market, albeit with some... more

EUWID Price Watch France April 2011

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RCP demand gathers pace in Germany before Easter

Demand for recovered paper gathered pace in the second half of the month, which industry experts attribute to the fact that many converters do not want to switch off machines over the Easter holidays. At the same time, collection volumes have... more

EU countries export far less recovered paper in 2010

In the course of the past ten years Europe’s recovered paper exports increased manifold. While exports still totalled just under 4.1 million t in 2001, the 27 EU members states exported 13.3 million t of recovered paper in 2009. However, last... more

German RCP industry set for further growth, bvse reports

“Last year was a beneficial year for the entire recovered paper industry,” said Reinhold Schmidt, chairman for the paper recycling division of the Bundesverband Sekundärrohstoffe und Entsorgung (bvse, the German association for secondary raw... more