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Fine paper producers are more optimistic

about future market development in Germany

Manufacturers are mulling over whether to try to charge more for uncoated fine paper this autumn after attempts to raise prices this spring were far from a resounding success. The same is also true for woodfree coated paper, which has been... more

EUWID Price Review Germany

Second quarter 2014

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German paper industry in 2013:

output stable, renewed drop in sales

As in 2012, volume development in the German pulp and paper industry in 2013 was on the whole slightly negative year-on-year. The association of German paper mills (VDP) writes in its annual report that output of paper and board in Germany... more

Raw material consumption of Germany’s

paper industry remains steady in 2013

Raw material consumption in the German paper industry in 2013 remained steady on the previous year, and supply sources remained unchanged, reported VDP, the association of German paper mills. While wood was mostly provided by German suppliers,... more

EUWID Price Watch Western Europe native starch

Second quarter 2014

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Starch market in Western Europe

shows lateral movement in Q3

Price retention appears to be the current buzzword in the market as many EUWID respondents report unchanged prices or only minor changes in supply agreements for the third quarter. Reports further indicate that many contracts have already been... more

Price gap between NBSK

and BEK pulp widens further in June

Prices of softwood and hardwood pulp continued to diverge in June. The difference between the two grades has now reached a record level of $200 and may not yet have reached its peak. It currently does not appear that the gap will close any time... more

Commission proposes major recycling and

landfill target hikes for the period to 2030

The EU Commission presented its long-anticipated Circular Economy Package on 2 July, containing a series of proposals for both binding and non-binding targets for recycling, waste reduction and resource efficiency as well as landfill bans and... more

Commission proposal: targets and absence of

a recyclables incineration ban draw reactions

Groups representing the waste management industry, consumers of secondary raw materials and environmental interests were generally positive in their reactions to the circular environment package tabled by the European Commission last week, but... more

Warsaw conference: Post-consumer waste

separation in Poland still in its infancy

Barely a year after the introduction of Poland’s “waste management revolution”, experts see an urgent need to rework the system rather than the hoped for advances in packaging waste collection and recycling. At a conference on closed-loop... more

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