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Court confirms FiberMark’s

reorganisation plan

The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Vermont has confirmed FiberMark Inc.’s reorganisation plan and thereby smoothed the way for the US American fibre producer to conclude in early January 2006 the insolvency proceedings opened... more

Andritz to deliver

pulp mill to Vietnam

Austrian Andritz received an order from the Vietnamese company Tracodi for the construction of a greenfield mill for producing mechanical pulp from kenaf, an annual crop. The international technology group reports that the order value totals... more

Upward trend for printing

and writing paper?

In the course of the London Pulp Week, a symposium was organised once again this year by the British Wood Pulp Association (BWPA) and Hawkins Wright. Industry experts delivered lectures on new developments in the pulp and paper markets to around... more

PIX benchmark prices per metr. ton a.d. NBSK BHKP

US$ €

13 December 2005 600.15 499.98 7 December 2005 598.74 503.21 15 November 2005 601.43 505.47 (Source: FOEX Indices Ltd.) © Copyright EUWID GmbH, Gernsbach more

International Paper to close

down Maresquel plant

International Paper (IP) is to close down its Maresquel paper plant in France in the second half of next year. On December 5 IP informed the employees’ representatives about its closure plans, negotiations are now to start soon. Production is to... more

Further price increases

for envelopes imminent

The European envelope industry is currently facing a wave of massive cost increases. After all crude oil-dependant raw materials such as window and packaging foil as well as freight became far more expensive during the summer months, the companies... more

Czech Republic: paper and

paperboard converting

January-September 2005 (tons) Production Exports Imports Consumption Corrugated board converting 204,170 46,624 44,599 202,145 Folding boxes & containers 51,868... more

Duropack to acquire

majority in Trakia Papir

Duropack AG, a 60%-owned subsidiary of Constantia Packaging AG, agreed in December to acquire a 47.6% equity interest in Trakia Papir S.A., Bulgaria. Concurrently, a second 47.6% equity interest in Trakia was acquired by an Austrian financial... more

Czech Republic: production,

exports, imports and consumption

January-September 2005 (tons) Production Exports Imports Consumption Newsprint 88,050 62,993 76,230 101,287 Uncoated printing and writing mechanical 39,642 29,103 58,040... more

Holmen Paper to rebuild

PM 51 at its Braviken mill

The Swedish group Holmen Paper AB is to invest SKr110m (approximately €11.7m) in rebuilding the PM 51 at its Braviken mill. The company reported that the work is to include updating the wire and dryer sections of the machine. Holmen Paper added... more