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Stationary retail can profit from eco-friendly

packaging to score against e-commerce

"Consumers wish to reduce plastic packaging and prefer paper board – therefore the retail sector has already reacted to the demand for environment-friendly alternatives," said Dr Kai Hudetz, director of Institut für... more

CPI to host Brexit

Readiness Events

The British Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) announced that is had received government support to hold two Brexit Readiness Events in advance of the 31 October Brexit deadline. As a No Deal Brexit becomes a greater and greater... more

Caustic soda market: NaOH producers

want to restore price stability

Producers have announced a price hike from October 2019 on the European market for sodium hydroxide (NaOH). According to caustic soda suppliers, the aim is to stop the prevailing trend of the previous quarters which saw prices being... more

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SCA evaluates CTMP market pulp investment,

considers closing one PM at Ortviken paper mill

With newsprint and magazine paper demand continuing on a downward trend, SCA is looking for ways to reduce its exposure to shrinking publication paper markets and to increase product offering for the tissue and packaging segments. The... more

White Birch halts newsprint production to destock

Newsprint manufacturers are having a hard time, with demand being generally weak and supply abundant. Canadian paper manufacturer White Birch Paper is reacting to this situation by taking one week of downtime. In a letter to its employees... more

Domtar to close UWF machines, ramp up pulp production

Declining demand for graphic paper is forcing Canadian pulp and paper manufacturer Domtar to adjust and take action. The company announced the closure of two of its paper machines for uncoated woodfree paper, while contemporarily increasing... more

Ence idles Navia mill for 30-day rebuild project

Ence’s Navia pulp mill was idled on 1 October to complete the "Navia 80" project intended to increase efficiency and capacity. The Spanish company said that production at the mill would remain halted until 30 October. The... more

Antalis continues to struggle

in shrinking market

Preliminary half-year results of French group Antalis that were released in July have now been audited and certified and they confirm declines in sales and earnings. The paper distributor was operating in a market that shrunk by around 7 per... more

Skjern Papirfabrik changes

name, increases capacity

Recycled board manufacturer Skjern Papirfabrik of Denmark changed its name to become Skjern Paper on 1 October 2019. The new name is to reflect the company’s increasing internationalisation, with 90 per cent of its production being... more

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