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Valmet cuts jobs in Tampere

Valmet will reduce workforce at its Finnish Tampere mill following the relocation of businesses by 78 persons, mainly during 2021. The company said that further temporary lay-offs and part-time work might occur if capacity adjustments needed to... more

Heidelberg closes unprofitable businesses,

up to 2,000 jobs affected worldwide

In order to reduce structural costs and sustainably optimise profitability, the Management Board of German printing press producer Heidelberger Druckmaschinen (Heidelberg) has approved a comprehensive package of measures announced last year.... more

Södra starts up biomethanol

plant in Sweden

Södra Cell Mönsterås has started up a biomethanol plant at its pulp mill in the south-east of Sweden. This investment is a step towards the pulp producer’s goal of making its operations entirely fossil-free by the end of... more

IP: US kraftliner production

could be restricted

International Paper’s (IP) kraftliner production in the USA could be impeded for the coming months. According to reports from the local press, a fire damaged the Rome mill in Coosa, Georgia so badly that the roof and one wall collapsed.... more

Italy: “What we fear is the transport issue”

Italy is fighting the spread of the coronavirus and has ordered a lockdown for the whole country. How is this situation impacting the country’s paper industry? Massimo Medugno, Managing Director of Italy’s paper industry... more

Coronavirus dominating conversations

in Germany’s paper sector

Coronavirus appears to be masking all other issues affecting the graphic paper business, such as a price increase announced for April, sustained pressure on prices and restructuring among paper wholesalers. Even though the market is... more

Interpack and Drupa fairs postponed due to coronavirus

Messe Düsseldorf is postponing the international trade fairs Interpack and Drupa amid the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) spread. According to Messe Düsseldorf, the processing and packaging trade fair Interpack will now take place from 25... more

Price erosion slows significantly on German

recovered paper market in February

Recovered paper prices remained under pressure in February, but price reductions were much smaller than in previous months. The majority of EUWID sources expect prices to stay the same in March, although the spread of coronavirus is a... more

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Paper industry plans to build a

model factory at a site in Germany

For several years, a transformation has been occurring in the paper industry due to the structural shifts in demand. Now, the sector is also being confronted with growing environmental consciousness, creating new challenges, experts say. Paper... more

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