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Delfort starts up new PM 6 at Olsany mill

Austrian fine and speciality paper producer Delfort group has commenced the start-up of its new paper machine for lightweight printing paper at its mill in Olsany, Czech Republic. Originally scheduled for early summer, the commissioning of PM 6... more

Maintenance break

at Metsä’s Kemi site

Annual maintenance downtime at Metsä Group’s integrated site in Kemi has been scheduled for 14 to 20 September. Production at the pulp and packaging paper mill will be progressively shut down department-by-department from 11... more

Valmet to take over Poland’s

technology group PMP

Valmet will acquire Poland's tissue, paper and board machinery and service provider PMP group. A corresponding agreement was signed on 11 September, and the completion of the transaction is expected on 1 October at the earliest, according... more

Stora Enso stops production on PM 6 at Oulu mill

Stora Enso stopped production on PM 6 at its Oulu mill. A company spokesman confirmed that the machine producing woodfree coated paper was stopped at the beginning of September. PM 7, which will be rebuilt in the fourth quarter of the year... more

UPM's Shotton plant to be

sold, not being closed down

As recently announced, Finnish group UPM plans to sell the British Shotton newsprint plant and currently rules out the option of closing it down.

A UPM representative explained to EUWID that there was no limit in terms of time for the... more

Prinzhorn group looks back on six months

of Covid-19 crisis, starts-up new PM 2

Austria's Prinzhorn group looked back in a first retrospective at the impact of the coronavirus crisis on day-to-day business as well as on strategic projects of his company. During the most difficult months of the crisis, the group was... more

Lecta’s deliveries and sales slump in first-half,

debt restructuring completed in July 2020

For the fine and specialty paper group Lecta, the first half of 2020 was dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic and its knock-on effects. Sales and deliveries plummeted in all business areas, especially since the company’s three home markets... more

Stable recycled containerboard prices

expected for Germany in September

In Germany, corrugated case material prices appear to be unchanged in the month of September. Better capacity utilisation, a more optimistic view of things and mounting cost pressure in connection with rising recovered paper prices are... more

German corrugated board industry with robust

performance in troubled first half of 2020

Due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic the member companies of the association of the German corrugated board manufacturing industry (VDW) registered a 1.1 per cent decline in their workday-adjusted sales volume in the second quarter of... more

German Union calls for

extra corona-virus payment

The federal bargaining committee of the IG BCE, the German trade union of the mining, chemical and energy industries, voiced its demands for a new round of collective bargaining in 2020. The union demands that the roughly 40,000 employees... more

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