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Production stopped at

Nueva Papelera de Besaya

Production at crisis-ridden Spanish fine paper manufacturer Nueva Papelera de Besaya has once again been stopped. According to trade union sources, on 18 February, a large part of the roof of the production site that houses the paper machine... more

Repairs to Emin-Leydier’s PM 7

in Nogent to continue until July

Repair and replacement works for the recycled pulp machine at the Emin-Leydier mill in Nogent, which was damaged by an explosion, will take longer than anticipated. The company told EUWID that the plant’s PM7, which is rated for about 280,000... more

Decision on French

mills postponed again

The decision on the future of Papeteries de Veuze and Saint-Michel has been postponed again and is now to be made on 16 March. At this date, the observation period for Papeterie de Saint-Michel ends as does the period of time set for the... more

Nine Dragons Paper posts higher sales in first half

Nine Dragons Paper Holdings Ltd. presented its financial results at the end of February for the first half of the 2010/2011 fiscal year which came to an end on 31 December 2010. The company reported that it was satisfied with the results and added... more

VindIn AB to build 25

windmills in Sweden

Swedish energy company VindIn AB has signed an agreement with Siemens for the machine engineering company to construct and deliver 25 windmills. The option of setting up another five turbines has also been arranged. According to VindIn, the... more

Andritz to supply fibre

lines to India and Laos

Andritz Pulp & Paper is supplying equipment for a new kraft pulp plant with a production capacity of 300,000 tpy in Muang Phin, Laos, ordered by Sun Paper Holding Lao Co. Ltd. The plant is scheduled to be put into service at the end of 2012.... more

Torraspapel to invest in Leitza

and Sant Joan les Fonts

At the end of February Torraspapel reported that it is planning two major investment projects at different mill locations. At the Leitza mill, production capacity for metallised paper is to be raised and at the Sant Joan les Fonts facility a... more

Blue Heron Paper halts

production for good

American newsprint and speciality paper producer Blue Heron Paper has announced its permanent closure. The company, which has been operating under bankruptcy protection since 31 December 2009, is to shut its sole mill in Oregon City with the loss... more

New owners for two

British RCP merchants

Two take-overs on the British recovered paper market were disclosed at the start of February. The Dutch merchant Ciparo BV acquired International Recycling Ltd., and the family-run business Martock Waste Paper was sold to the waste management... more

UK follows suit in raising recycled

corrugated case material prices

Suppliers to the UK are now joining their counterparts on the continent in announcing plans to charge more for recycled containerboard in February. Prices are set to rise by £30 at the end of the month or for deliveries from 1 March, primarily... more