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Mood remains subdued in German

paper industry at the end of November

The mood in the German paper industry failed to brighten even at the end of November. Competition remains aggressive in the office paper segment while market players describe current prices as unprofitable. Operating levels in the publication... more

Czech Republic: production, exports, imports and consumption

January - September 2011


Czech Republic: paper and paperboard converting

January - September 2011


Participants called system into question at the ASI

Conference on Pulp and Paper in Russia and the CIS

On the occasion of the international conference on Pulp and Paper in Russia and the CIS, which was organised by Adam Smith Conferences (ASI) in Vienna from November 14-16, 2011, participants repeatedly underlined the pulp and paper industry’s... more

Austrian papermakers launch

appeal against cost burden

In October, top representatives of the Austrian paper industry launched an urgent appeal to Nikolaus Berlakovich, federal minister of the environment, and to the entire Austrian federal government to give up plans to introduce a burden on paper... more

Pulp deliveries sharply in decline worldwide

in October, prices still heading downhill

Considerable pressure is still being exerted on pulp prices. The latest PPPC statistics show a further decline of 648,000 t to 3.203 million t (Sept. 11: 3.815 million t) in worldwide pulp deliveries for October. Chinese buyers in particular... more

Poland raises corrugated board production in 2010

The year 2010 was the first in four years in which Poland registered a marked increase in domestic production and consumption of corrugated board. While the country’s per capita consumption had remained relatively stable at just under 35 kg in... more

EU sees H1 2011 RCP exports

in line with last year

European recovered paper exports stabilised at a low level in the first half of 2011 after falling sharply by nearly a quarter in 2010. European statistics agency’s (Eurostat) figures show that the 27 EU member states exported a total of 5.16... more

Rescue plan for UPM Albbruck fails

The UPM Albbruck paper mill will be closed as proposed by UPM. The third round table on how to continue operations at Albbruck brought no solution that could sway the owners to go back on its decision to close the site and to relocate the sheet... more

Japan: paper, board and pulp production

January - September 2011


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