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Feldmuehle Uetersen completes restructuring

19 Dec 2019 − The insolvency proceedings of German specialty paper manufacturer Feldmuehle will be lifted before the end of 2019 after successful restructuring. » more

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Great Pacific fails to take full control of Canfor

19 Dec 2019 − Canfor and Great Pacific terminate arrangement agreement after 55% of Canfor's minority shareholders voted against the takeover proposal.» more

Cartonboard sellers and buyers discussing price reductions in France

18 Dec 2019 − Producers of cartonboard are putting up resistance to calls for lower prices in France. However, most players expect that cartonboard will cost slightly less as of 1 January. » more

Ample supply and new capacity trigger price movement on the wheat starch market

18 Dec 2019 − As the year comes to a close, a battle for market shares and customers has erupted among native starch suppliers. The recent increase in wheat starch supply and a stagnating demand from paper mills are having an impact...» more

Negative prices on Italy's recovered paper market

17 Dec 2019 − Mixed paper prices have slipped into negative territory in Italy. Recovered paper suppliers are complaining about a lack of sales markets and fear that prices might continue to slide in the new year.» more

Reactions to the General Election results in the UK

17 Dec 2019 − EUWID collected some voices in the market to capture the mood in the UK paper industry directly after the election. The opinions and views below do not represent EUWID's opinions and views.» more

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Suzano plans to build pulp mill in Brazil

17 Dec 2019 − The mill would increase Suzano's pulp capacity from 11 to 13 million tpy.» more

RCP exports to Indonesia to resume in January?

12 Dec 2019 − Stakeholders in recovered paper markets hope exports to Indonesia can be resumed as of January next year.» more

China’s recovered paper import policy has huge impact on US market

11 Dec 2019 − China considers complete ban on imports of all recovered paper grades by the end of 2020.» more

No more cuts to pulp prices in November

11 Dec 2019 − The downslide in pulp prices has come to a halt. Suppliers and converters agreed relatively quickly on unchanged prices for both softwood und hardwood pulp in November. » more