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Strikes at Holmen Paper Madrid

Employees at Holmen Paper’s mill in Madrid went on strike in the early hours of 26 April. According to trade union CCOO, workers will also strike on 28 and 30 April.
Holmen Paper said that on the planned strike days, production will be... more

News in brief

Brazilian Eldorado Papel e Celulose has awarded Pöyry another order relating to the construction of its 1.5 million t pulp mill in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso du Sul. Besides pre-engineering work and planning the mill’s process... more

Pro calls for strikes at Stora Enso and Metsäliitto

In Finland, lines between the employee trade union Proliitto (Pro) and the employers’ representative Finnish Forest Industries Federation (FFIF) appear to have become further entrenched. The union called its members to go out on strike again... more

Aditya Birla Group

takes over Domsjö Fabriker

Indian Aditya Birla Group has announced the takeover of Swedish pulp, lignin and bioethanol manufacturer Domsjö Fabriker through its member companies Thai Rayon Public Company Limited in Thailand and Indo Bharat Rayon in Indonesia. The takeover... more

Nampak Healthcare and Cartons

to become Contego Packaging

Nampak Cartons and Nampak Healthcare, two former European operations of South African Nampak Limited, will trade as an independent company under the name of Contego Packaging Group as of 1 June. Tom Reid, who headed the two Nampak divisions before... more

St. Regis receives first approval for power plant

St. Regis Paper Company has received approval from Kent County Council for the construction of a waste-to-energy incinerator at the Kemsley production site, according to a company press release.
St. Regis Paper, in co-operation with E.ON and... more

MBB sells Huchtemeier, ups share in Hanke Tissue

MBB Industries AG has sold its 80% stake in Huchtemeier Papier GmbH to Mr. Alfred Voßschulte in the course of a management buy-out. MBB in turn acquired the sub-participation held by Mr. Voßschulte in Polish Hanke Tissue, thereby increasing the... more

SCG Paper continues

to grow in Vietnam

Thai Siam Cement Group Paper Plc (SCG Paper) is expanding. In early April SCG Paper ordered a folio-size sheeter for the Wangsala, Thailand, production site of its subsidiary Thai Union Paper Industry Co. Ltd. (TUPI) from E.C.H. Will and Pemco... more

Shandong Bohui to markedly

expand board capacity in China

Chinese paper producer Shandong Bohui Paper Industry will erect a new board production plant in Dafeng, Jiangsu province, western China. The group, which claims to number among the 10 largest manufacturers of China’s paper industry, informed its... more

Penola Pulp to be liquidated

Australian company Penola Pulp Pty Ltd is to be liquidated. The company’s members decided on voluntary liquidation of the company at a meeting held on 28 March 2011 as notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette. Jonathan Paul McLeod of... more