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Fortress Paper rethinks FGC dissolving pulp project

Even though project economics reportedly continued to be attractive, Fortress Paper is reviewing the planned conversion of the Lebel-sur-Quévillon pulp mill to dissolving pulp production. A change in market economics and an increase in capital... more

German woodfree uncoated paper prices

under pressure rather than on the rise

Subdued demand and cheap imports from overseas and Eastern Europe have shattered a few woodfree uncoated paper producers’ plans to raise their prices. Instead of charging more, they are even facing slightly lower prices in the wake of strong... more

Decor paper prices left largely

untouched in the second quarter

The hike in raw material costs that a number of decor paper manufacturers anticipated in the second quarter has emerged to only a limited extent. Most titanium dioxide prices were left untouched at the first quarter’s level, and price increases... more

No major price movement seen in May

on the German recovered paper market

Although the month of May is filled with holidays and therefore poses a greater logistical challenge, there have not yet been any signs that the German recovered paper market is hectic. “The industry was well prepared and everything is running... more

Germany: Ad journals register slight decline in 2012

In the 2012 business year, Germany’s advertising journals recorded a slight 2.8% decline in net advertising sales. This was reported by the federal association of German advertising journals BVDA in the run-up to its spring conference held in... more

Paper producers await price trend reversal for pulp

With the beginning of May, players within the pulp industry are increasingly wondering when prices will have peaked in Europe and when the trend will reverse for the first time since the fourth quarter of 2012. Several industry experts believe it... more

Bulgaria: production, imports, exports and consumption

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Austrian paper converting

market remains volatile

In 2012, Austria’s paper converting market has been highly volatile and order inflow had a very short-term nature, reported PPV Austria, the association of the Austrian paper and board processing industry in the first quarter of 2013, adding... more

Arctic Paper planning to

cut jobs at Grycksbo mill

Arctic Paper is planning to cut approximately 45 jobs at the Grycksbo mill in order to improve its cost position. A company representative told EUWID that rationalisation measures were necessary due to relatively high costs and chronically low... more

Cascades Djupafors to halt

production for three weeks

Montreal-based producer Cascades has scheduled a production downtime at its Djupafors cartonboard mill in Sweden for a three-week period between June and July. According to Careo, the sales subsidiary of Cascades and the Italian recycling board... more

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