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News in brief: Metsä Fibre announces prices hike for NBSK pulp

Metsä Fibre has announced a price increase for its European customers. The company wants to hike prices of northern bleached softwood kraft (NBSK) pulp to a level of $910/t from 1 December.


News in brief: Saica to implement price hike for containerboard in December

Saica wants to increase its prices for recycled corrugated case material in Europe. The company has announced a price hike of €50/t for all grades as from 1 December. Saica cites tight supply and robust demand as reasons... more

News in brief: Mondi to start up corrugated board plant in Ansbach

The start-up of Mondi’s corrugated board plant in Ansbach is now imminent after around €30m have been invested in a variety of expansion measures. Among others, a new corrugator, a die-cutting and an inline machine... more

News in brief: Tissue producer Aktül Kagit upgrades operations

Turkish tissue products manufacturer Aktül Kagit has ordered and already put into operation a new rewinder from Italian technology firm A. Celli. Aktül Kagit is an integrated producer of tissue... more

News in brief: British publisher Reach to close down two printing plants in the UK

British newspaper and magazine publisher Reach is planning to close down its printing plants in Luton and Birmingham. Around 150 employees will be made redundant, the company says. The production of the company’s print... more

Arauco’s MAPA project delayed due to Covid-19

Chilean group Celulosa Arauco will start up its expanded pulp mill in Arauco around six months later than originally planned. According to a company spokesman, this delay is attributable in the first place to the coronavirus pandemic. In view... more

Arjowiggins to cut jobs at Stoneywood mill

Arjowiggins' Stoneywood woodfree paper mill in Scotland has been struggling with a difficult market environment since the Covid-19 outbreak. The company therefore announced its decision to restructure the mill and cut jobs. It has entered... more

Nippon Paper stops paper

production at Kushiro mill

Japanese company Nippon Paper will stop pulp and paper operations at its Kushiro site in Japan. All paper machines at the mill would stop running in August 2021 and the site would be permanently wound down in September of the same year, the... more

Veolia to build bio-methanol

plant at Metsä Fibre Äänekoski

Veolia plans to build a plant to convert crude methanol into commercial bio-methanol at Metsä Fibre’s Äänekoski pulp and bio-products complex in Finland. The company said the plant would be the largest of its kind to... more

France: Corrugated case material and

RCP prices edge higher again in November

Insiders active on France’s paper markets feel that stricter measures put in place again in France to combat the coronavirus from the start of November onwards are not as radical as in the spring. That being said, they are... more

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