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Germany’s ministry of food and agriculture

presents "final" draft of printing ink ordinance

This time it is said to be the "final" version: the German federal ministry of food and agriculture (BMEL) presented another version of the national printing ink ordinance and invited comments of the affected business stakeholders.... more

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Germany: Price round begins for publication

paper contracts in second half of 2020

The publication paper market in Germany has kicked off its latest price round. While most newspaper publishers in the country have annual contracts, players are now hammering out the prices for heatset newsprint and magazine paper for... more

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Stocks of woodpulp in European ports


Forest-based industries have

positive climate effect in the EU

In Europe, forest-based industries contribute substantially to an improvement of environmental conditions by removing 806 million t of carbon dioxide equivalents annually, which corresponds to around 20 per cent of the EU's entire CO2... more

Worldwide pulp deliveries in May at April level

Following a dip from March to April worldwide pulp deliveries remained virtually unchanged from April to May. According to the Pulp and Paper Products Council (PPPC), the drop in deliveries of bleached softwood pulp (-130,000 t to 1.95 million... more

83 per cent recycling rate for

graphic paper in Germany

Germany continues to have a comperatively high recycling rate for graphic paper. According to the German graphic paper alliance (Agrapa), the recycling rate is currently 83.3 per cent. Paper producers, publishers and the printing industry... more

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Germany’s paper, office supplies and stationery

companies not too badly affected by Covid-19 crisis

The companies operating in the paper, office supplies and stationery sector in Germany are among those least affected by the coronavirus crisis. Rather, Marketmedia24, a German research institute, estimates that the market volume in this sector... more

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