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Germany‘s corrugated board industry

records growth in deliveries in 2011

Germany’s corrugated board industry registered a slightly higher sales volume in 2011. The VDW, the association of the corrugated board manufacturing industry, which, in terms of volume, covers more than 70% of the entire German market, reports... more

German sawmill residues supplies rise,

pulpwood prices down in Eastern France

The pressure that was already being exerted by volumes and on prices on German sawmill residue markets at the start of the year has continued to increase in the last few weeks. The volumes up for sale are still at a relatively high level and will... more

Destatis: Germany‘s recovered paper imports

set record in 2011, exports to China up by 30 %

Germany has come to cover an increasing share of its demand for recovered paper through imports. After a crisis-related drop in demand in 2009, imports rose markedly in the past two years, reaching a new record of 4.1 million t last year.... more

WPV in Germany reports good

sales figures in 2011

According to the business associations for paper processing (WPV) based in Darmstadt, Germany, the development of the paper and board processing industry was fine in 2011. Sales of paper and board articles rose by 6.8% to €18.68bn last year,... more

Austropapier criticises new

energy efficiency legislation

The Austrian paper industry fears that a new energy efficiency legislation, should it take effect as planned, would cause an enormous burden for local paper producers. Austropapier, the association of the Austrian paper industry, reports that the... more

News in brief

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has granted China a loan of €250m for financing forestry projects in the country. According to the EIB, the projects must be directed towards such goals as reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving the... more

Stora Enso to build an integrated pulp and board mill at Beihai,

aims at fast-growing fibre-based packaging markets in China

Stora Enso is set to expand its presence in the fibre-based packaging market in China and plans to invest more than €1.6 billion in an integrated pulp and consumer board mill at the city of Beihai, in the Guangxi province. In the first phase of... more

Encylopaedia Britannica

is going out of print

After 244 years, the Chicago-based publishing house Encyclopaedia Britannica has ceased printing its 32-volume encyclopaedia, which will only be published in digital form from now on. This was announced by the company on 14 March in a press... more

Paperinkeräys opens new

recycling facility at Rovaniemi

Finnish recycling and waste management provider Paperinkeräys will open a new site at Rovaniemi in Finland. According to the company, the Rovaniemi site will focus on paper and board recovered from municipal and industrial sources, although the... more

Stora Enso to cut jobs

at Skoghall and Hylte

Stora Enso is planning to cut a total of 143 jobs at the Swedish Skoghall and Hylte mills in efforts to increase the facilities’ efficiency and to secure their long-term competitiveness. Workers’ representatives have already been notified but... more

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