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Arkhangelsk entrusts pulp

capacity expansion to Andritz

Russian paper manufacturer JSC Arkhangelsk PPM (APPM) has awarded Andritz AG with the contract to build a new semi-chemical pulp line at the company’s integrated site in Novodvinsk. Machinery costs for expanding the capacity will amount to... more

Södra Tofte up and running

Södra has restarted its Tofte pulp mill in Norway in the last week of March after more than three months of market-related downtime. The 400.000 tpy pulp mill, producing bleached softwood and hardwood kraft pulp, had been stopped in December due... more

Rebuilt PM 8 restarts

at UPM‘s Tervasaari mill

UPM Tervasaari mill’s paper machine 8, producing label release base papers, has been started-up after major renovation. Modifications have been made throughout the paper machine to increase construction speed and improve product quality in order... more

Sonoco to close German Nordhorn coreboard mill

and expand Schweighouse mill in France

Sonoco-Alcore will close the German Nordhorn coreboard mill near the Dutch border. The Nordhorn mill has a capacity of 40,000 t of uncoated recycled paperboard, which was mainly used internally, the company reports. 50 employees are affected by... more

Peterson AS acquired by Pemco

Norwegian paper manufacturer Peterson AS has been fully acquired by fellow-Norwegian trading and industrial company Pemco for an undisclosed amount. A company spokesperson confirmed to EUWID that the transaction was completed on 26 March after it... more

Mayr-Melnhof Packaging to close Bootle folding box plant

Mayr-Melnhof Packging (MMP) announced today that it would close its Bootle folding box plant. The decision comes after weeks of strikes and industrial action at the facility.
In February, the company had announced that almost 50 of 180... more

Arctic Paper to cut jobs

at its Grycksbo mill

As part of its ongoing rationalisation programme, Arctic Paper will cut 20 jobs at the Grycksbo mill in the next three years. A company spokesperson confirmed to EUWID that the workforce will be downsized as employees retire. Since 40 employees... more

Viken Skog sells most of its

shares in Norske Skog

Viken Skog, so far Norske Skog’s principal shareholder, has sold most of its shares in the company and plans to concentrate in future on developing its forest industries cluster project.
Just a few days after Viken Skog announced the... more

UPM to commence recycling

for paper based release liners

UPM has developed a new in-house solution for recycling paper based release liner back into pulp and paper at the deinking plant of its Platting mill in Germany. The liner is to be de-siliconised and processed into pulp to be used as raw material... more

Inlands Kartongbruk

to be closed down permanently

After its negotiations with staff representatives had lasted for more than two months, Knauf, the German producer of construction material, decided to permanently close down the Swedish gypsum board plant Inlands Kartongbruk in Lilla Edet. Knauf... more

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