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Myllykoski to cut 95

jobs at MD Dachau

The Myllykoski group will cut around 95 jobs at the German Dachau site by the middle of next year. The company announced that this measure had become inevitable due to the persistingly poor price situation on the market accompanied by... more

CEPI countries boast

new record output

The first quarter ended with record output figures for European paper mills. According to the Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI), output of paper and board in the member countries reached 25.2 million t, thus for the first time in a... more

News in brief

Stora Enso expects a decrease in business results for the second quarter of around €150m as a result of the seven-week production downtime in Finland. Although the company said that all of its Finnish plants had restarted production again,... more

Klabin increased corrugated

packaging capacity

Brazilian pulp and paper company Klabin S.A. has boosted the corrugated packaging production capacity by 30% to 5,000 t per month at its Goiana plant, Pernambuco state, after a twelve-month modernisation programme. The investment volume was quoted... more

Wausau Paper to close

Wisconsin pulp mill

Wausau Paper announced plans to permanently close its Brokaw, Wisconsin, pulp mill by the end of the year. The company says the decision was necessary because of the plant’s high operation costs and capital expenditure required for the... more

Pulp converters are exerting

increasing pressure on prices

Lockouts have stabilised price level - Port stocks decreased in June Now that the lockouts have finished and Finnish pulp and paper mills have started up again, pulp buyers and sellers are now taking stock. “I am amazed at how slight the... more

Andritz to take over

German Lenser Filtration

Andritz AG has signed an agreement to purchase 100% of German Lenser Filtration GmbH + Co. KG. The international technology group reports that the parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price. The transaction is still subject to the... more

FiberMark submits new

plan of reorganisation

FiberMark, Inc. has submitted a new plan of reorganisation to the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Vermont. In March this year the three major bondholders of the US American fibre producer, which had applied for Chapter 11... more

Badger Paper Mills

explores strategic options

Badger Paper Mills has asked investment bank Sanabe & Associates to advise the company in exploring strategic options. According to a company spokesman, several companies interested in a takeover of Badger Paper Mills have recently contacted the... more

Winpak divests

paper bag assets

Canadian packaging company Winpak Ltd. has divested its printed paper bags business. The company said the facilities for the production of paper bags at its converting plant in Toronto were sold to Color Ad Packaging Ltd., a privately owned... more