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Billerud Korsnäs

simplifies its structure

As a step in the ongoing process to improve efficiency and enhance the company’s ability to adapt to major changes in the outside world, Billerud Korsnäs intends to implement a simplified organisational structure as of 1 August 2020.... more

Iberpapel schedules pulp

mill rebuild for end of July

With the easing of countrywide lockdown measures, Spanish pulp and paper manufacturer Papelera Guipuzcoana de Zicunaga faces no further hurdles to begin the final phase of the long-planned pulp mill upgrade. Parent company Iberpapel informs... more

UPM permanently idles Chapelle Darblay mill

UPM arrived at an agreement with employee representatives of the Chapelle Darblay newsprint mill on 15 June and laid down the terms and conditions for the mill’s closure in a social contract. Even though approval from the French... more

Wepa UK to invest £100m in second tissue line

Tissue manufacturer Wepa UK will build a second tissue machine at its site in Bridgend, Wales. The Development Control committee of the Bridgend County Borough approved plans for a £100m expansion at the paper mill.

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Japan Pulp and Paper buys outstanding shares in RADMS

Japan Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd. has acquired the remaining outstanding issued shares in RADMS Paper Ltd., the sole owner of UK packaging and paper wholesaler Premier Paper Group Limited. RADMS is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Japan Pulp... more

Patent litigation between

ICT and Essity resolved

A lawsuit filed in 2016 by Essity against Italy’s tissue paper and products company Industrie Cartarie Tronchetti S.p.A. (ICT) and its subsidiaries ICT France and ITC Iberica has come to an end. Essity had sued ICT for an alleged patent... more

PTS explores use of

artificial intelligence

German research foundation Papiertechnische Stiftung (PTS) together with Interface projects, a provider of enterprise search solutions, is developing a portal to use neural networks and deep learning techniques for rapid detection of material... more

Drewsen sets up Competence

Centre for paper straws

German speciality papermaker Drewsen Spezialpapiere has set up a Competence Centre for drinking straw paper. Early this year, the company set up a drinking straw plant and additional converting machinery for straws at its site in Lachendorf to... more

Growing nervousness among producers of

recycled corrugated case material in Germany

Producers and converters of recycled corrugated case material in Germany currently have high inventory levels because demand plunged in many cases once the pandemic-related grocery stockpiling stopped. These circumstances, coupled with... more

Short-lived upswing in German recovered

paper prices reaches its peak in May

The rally in German recovered paper prices that was triggered by the coronavirus shutdowns in Europe is already over. Market players report that steep price hikes in April and especially in May have given way to significant markdowns in June.... more

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