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Metro to part with further

operations in Europe and NA

The Swedish publishing house Metro International has decided to sell an even larger part of its European and North American operations. At the beginning of 2012 Metro announced that it would reduce its share package in Metro Czech Republic from... more

CPH to close down its

Irish Biouetikon subsidiary

CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG has decided to close its subsidiary Biouetikon Ltd. in Dublin, Ireland, thereby putting an end to its operations in the area of fine chemicals. The company said it had reviewed strategic solutions for the plant, but... more

Norske Skog to sell

excess power to Statkraft

Norske Skog is planning to sell excess power in southern Norway to Statkraft again. The company reported that it has signed an appropriate agreement with the energy provider. The sale is said to cover an annual volume of 680 GWh and apply until... more

German paper markets dominated

by rising prices for recovered paper

Broad sweeps of the paper market in Germany and elsewhere in Europe are under the influence of rising recovered paper prices, putting converters in a tight spot. With brisk demand, the emerging mark-ups for recycled corrugated case material amount... more

Delivery volumes mostly stable on

German hygiene paper market in 2011

The volume of deliveries on the German hygiene paper market in 2011 remained stable. The decline of 2.4% reported in VDP statistics in the first half could be offset by the end of the year. “The fourth quarter was very good, and we are on target... more

German recovered paper prices rise again in February

There was a significant recovery in the price of supermarket paper and board in February. In addition to good domestic deliveries and strong demand from the Far East, buyers from neighbouring European countries were also trying to stock up in... more

Gas squeeze in Italy, paper manufacturers

suspend production for three days

Owing to problems with Italy’s gas supply, several paper and board manufacturers in the country suspended production for some days. Following a decision by the Italian ministry for economic development, the Italian association of paper... more

Paper industry needs government support

to meet CO2 emission targets, CPI says

According to the latest CEPI roadmap report, the paper industry will be able to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 50-60% by 2050 within the next two investment cycles through investments in existing and new technologies. However, some national... more

Takeover battle for Fibrek:

Mercer offers 30% premium on Resolute’s bid

Vancouver-based Mercer International wants to acquire pulp producer Fibrek Inc., and is prepared to pay a premium of 30% more than the bid made by Resolute Forest Products for Fibrek. If Mercer acquires Montreal-based Fibrek, the combined company... more

Strategic acquisitions strengthen SCA‘s

position in hygiene paper business in Q4 2011

The fourth quarter was the most eventful quarter of 2011 for SCA. The company, which had already indicated its intention to concentrate on the hygiene paper business, took a major step in this direction with the acquisition of Georgia-Pacific’s... more

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