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Hawkins Wright experts expect pulp prices

in China and Europe to soon converge

Pulp prices in China and Europe will converge again in the coming months, consultants Hawkins Wright said last week in their retrospective of current year developments and outlook for 2022 at the Pulp Week Symposium held last week in London.... more

Prices for ordinary recovered paper

grades continue to yield in Germany

German recovered paper prices are heading lower again in November. Together with October’s markdown, this latest development has likely erased September’s steep rise in prices for the ordinary grades. EUWID sources... more

Recovered Paper Germany


Packaging waste arisings growing

across the EU but recycling in decline

The EU is generating more and more packaging waste. Recent figures from the EU statistical agency Eurostat show that arisings set a new record of 79.3 million t in 2019. With a 4-kg upturn compared with 2018, per capita arisings stood at 177.4... more

Labour MP calling for UK ban on

all wet wipes containing plastic

British MP Fleur Anderson is calling to prohibit the manufacture and sale of wet wipes containing plastic in the United Kingdom. The Labour politician announced that she was seeking a corresponding ban via a bill going through Parliament.

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Italian book market shows healthy growth in 2021

The Italian book market – non-fiction as well as fiction – shows healthy growth in the first three quarters of the year. Italian book publishers’ association AIE (Associazione Italiana Editori) based on findings of media... more

AIE calls for tax credits on purchase of book paper

The Italian market for printing and writing paper has been characterised by rising paper prices and poor availability for months. In order to overcome this "supply crisis", which is also affecting the financial situation and budget... more

Italy: paper and board production


France’s paper mills running at full

speed despite soaring energy prices

Copacel, the Association of French Paper Industries, has issued a public statement commenting on its members’ costs and profits. The association pointed out that, unlike other sectors of industry where unprecedented high energy costs had... more

Paper sack industry on its way to climate neutrality

The EU has set ambitious aims for Europe’s decarbonization. By 2030, emissions are to be cut by at least 55 per cent below the 1990 level. And 20 years later, the agenda even provides for climate neutrality. Europe’s paper sack... more

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