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Mayr-Melnhof plans

to close Colthrop board mill

Mayr Melnhof of Austria announced that it plans to close its Colthrop board mill in the UK. The company said that the mill’s machines and equipment, which was already installed in the fifties, did no longer meet the company’s and the... more

Europe and NA to dominate

the world’s paper markets until 2010

Finnish pulp and paper workers started nation-wide strike Global paper production in the future will be based to an increasing extent in countries with the highest growth potential. According to the study “World Paper Markets up to 2010”, by... more

Leipa commissions

Valmet to rebuild PM 3

German Leipa Georg Leinfelder GmbH will modernise its testliner production facilities in Schwedt. The project shall be started in spring 2001. As was the case with the rebuild of the PM 1, Finnish Valmet was commissioned with the reconstruction.... more

Emin-Leydier acquires

French packaging plant

Emin-Leydier, the French producer of corrugated board and corrugated packaging acquired Roc, a producer of corrugated packaging based in Montsûrs, Western France, for an undisclosed sum. Roc is mainly producing corrugated boxes and sales... more

Duropack builds

mill in Hungary

Austrian Duropack AG plans to build a corrugated board mill in the Hungarian town of Fuzesabony, 110 km East of Budapest. The company announced that EUR11.61m should be spent on the “green field” project. The trial production of corrugated... more

Drewsen sells Silkeborg

fine paper business

Meerssen & Palm, a subsidiary of the Dutch Gelderse Papiergroep, is to acquire the fine paper business of Drewsen Silkeborg in Denmark for an undisclosed sum. The company said that the fine paper range of the Danish mill, which is part of the... more

Huhtamaki Van Leer

sells paper plant

Following the divestment of Huhtamaki Van Leer’s former metallised paper plants in the US and the Netherlands, the company has now sold its remaining unit, which is based in Caerphilly, Wales, UK. The plant is focussing is mainly focussing on... more

Huyck and Wangner

establish cooperation

Huyck and the Wangner group have decided to cooperate within Xerium S.A., which also comprises the companies Weavexx, Stowe Woodward and Mount Hope. Reports indicate that this step was taken to react to the global concentration process within the... more

Prices for printed

products are rising

The printing industry is in the midst of thorough structural changes. Faster delivery and more up-to-date, colourful and high quality products – these are the requirements which printing houses have to meet every day. Massive increases in the... more

Pulpex futures for NBSK

(metr. ton, a.d., TCF/ECF) Settlement prices in US$ 10 April 2000 3 April 2000 15 March 2000 June 2000 864.50 837.00 805.00 September 2000 853.00... more