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Schweighofer to switch

Hallein mill to dissolving pulp

Schweighofer group is to begin manufacturing dissolving pulp at the former M-real facility in Hallein, Austria, before the end of this year. Jörg Harbring, managing director of Schweighofer Fiber, confirms that GL&V Sweden has been awarded the... more

Stora Enso restructures

business divisions

Stora Enso has restructured its business divisions. The company said it has combined the Newsprint, Book Paper, Magazine Paper and Fine Paper segments into one business area and reporting segment called Printing and Reading. Consumer Board and... more

Billerud to axe jobs at

the coating unit in Karlsborg

Billerud plans to reduce the number of shifts at the coating unit of its Karlsborg plant in Sweden from six to four and cut ten jobs in the process. Annica Bresky, the mill’s managing director, said that the affected employees would not be... more

Cenibra shelves expansion

project for time being

The planned doubling of the current production capacity of Celulose Nipo-Brasileira S.A. (Cenibra) could be thwarted by the restrictions imposed by Brazilian legislation on the purchase of land by foreign investors. The pulp manufacturer has... more

APP rejects Greenpeace‘s

tropical wood accusations

Asia Pulp and Paper Co. Ltd. (APP) has released a statement saying it rejects accusations made by Greenpeace that its products contain traces of Indonesian tropical wood and that it was destroying rainforests in the country. The traces were either... more

Burgo restarts PM 1 at

Avezzano mill in Italy

Burgo Group has restarted paper machine PM 1 at the Italian Avezzano mill following a production downtime of several weeks. The company told EUWID that regular production was restarted on 18 January after the authorities had given the green light.... more

Zhanjiang Chenming starts up

600,000 tpy fine paper machine

Chinese company Zhanjiang Chenming Pulp & Paper has put its new fine paper machine into operation in Zhanjiang City in the province of Guangdong. Metso now reports that the production line with a capacity of 600,000 tpy of uncoated fine paper... more

Pan Pac progressing

with BCTMP project

Pan Pac Forest Products in New Zealand, a subsidiary of Japanese Oji Paper Company, will in future produce bleached chemithermomechanical pulp (BCTMP) alongside thermomechanical pulp (TMP). Since January 2011, the company has been working on the... more

Major shareholder urges

Wausau Paper to consider sale

US specialty paper and tissue manufacturer Wausau Paper has been urged to restructure the company and realign itself to better tap its profit potential in the interest of its shareholders. In a letter to the board of directors and to the new CEO... more

Paperlinx receives

non-binding takeover bid

Paperlinx has received a non-binding bid from an unnamed private equity company. Paperlinx disclosed at the end of December that the potential buyer wants to acquire the entire issued capital as well as step-up preference securities (SPS) at a... more