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Inventories and consumption of pulp consumers in Europe

February 2016


EUWID Price Watch Pulp

March 2016


Prices for hardwood pulp grades

continue downslide in March

Eucalyptus pulp prices continued to slide in March. After prices yielded more than expected at the end of February, converters could bargain down prices by $10-15/metr.t again in the last month of the quarter. The price frame last stood at... more

News in brief

Employees at several French sites of the Saica Pack group downed tools for one day on 15 March. According to the Filpac CGT union, the workers were protesting the pay being offered by the employer and were demanding a higher... more

Leipa and UPM still negotiating

on Schwedt paper mill

At the end of the first quarter, the negotiations on the acquisition of the Schwedt plant of UPM by Leipa Georg Leinfelder were still underway, a source informed EUWID.

In mid-November 2015 the companies signed a letter of intent... more

Holmen’s Hallsta mill

back at full capacity

The Swedish Hallsta mill of Holmen group is now running at full capacity once again after the fire that broke out last November. This was reported by Swedish mechanical engineering and consulting firm ÅF that had been entrusted with the... more

Russian Anti-Monopoly Service

withdraws Arkhangelsk case

The Anti-Monopoly Service of the Russian Federation (FAS) has withdrawn its case against Arkhangelsk Pulp and Paper Mill (APPM). An investigation of the prices of northern bleached sulphate pulp revealed that anti-monopoly laws were not... more

Reno de Medici to

upgrade BM in Arnsberg

Reno de Medici will upgrade board machine 3 at its subsidiary RDM Arnsberg. According to a press release from Careo, the modernisation will take place from 18 to 30 April 2016 and comprise the installation of a new primary pumping system, state... more

New company Deutsche Papier

ready to take off

Paperlinx Deutschland is repositioning itself. In close cooperation with the creditors, Dr. Jan Markus Plathner, insolvency administrator, founded DPV Deutsche Papier Vertriebs GmbH on 30 March 2016. The new company will assume all distribution... more

Ilim planning to boost capacity by 2020

and exploring addition of a new NBSK line

Russian group Ilim unveiled its new business plan to 2020 towards the end of March. The company announced that more than US$2bn is to be invested in existing machines and other ventures in Russia. The goal was to boost the group’s... more

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