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UPM's Chapelle Darblay mill running at reduced rate,
no news on potential buyer

29 Nov 2019 − UPM's Chapelle Darblay newsprint mill will be sold or closed down next year. But already now, the company is not producing at full capacity at the site, citing market-related reasons. » more

Bellmer takes over Papcel

29 Nov 2019 − The acquisition of Papcel will give Bellmer a stronger foothold in the markets in Eastern Europe and Russia. » more

British Resource Association to close at the end of the year

29 Nov 2019 − The British Resource Association will be closing on 31 December 2019 due to changing priorities for its members which, at a time of economic uncertainty, have less demand for the cross-sectoral policy work that has...» more

Baden Board initiates insolvency proceedings

28 Nov 2019 − German board and packaging manufacturer Baden Board initiated self-administered insolvency proceedings on 27 November.» more

Ahlstrom-Munksjö to grow decor paper business in China

28 Nov 2019 − The proposed acquisition of Hebei Minglian will increase Ahlstrom-Munksjö's decor paper capacity by 20% and strengthen its position in the growing Chinese market.» more

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Production downtime at Cartiera di Momo likely to continue

27 Nov 2019 − Production operations at Italy’s recycled board manufacturer Cartiera di Momo have been largely standing idle since the end of June.» more

France: market players discuss price cuts to newsprint and SC paper prices

27 Nov 2019 − Price talks are currently underway on the publication paper market in France. Most EUWID-sources believe that prices of newsprint and SC paper could be reduced for deliveries as of January next year. For LWC, producers...» more

Recovered paper prices heading down again in Italy

26 Nov 2019 − Plentiful supply and low prices were shaping business for ordinary recovered paper grades in Italy during November. » more

Italy's Unirima fears a logjam on the recovered paper market

26 Nov 2019 − Italy's recyclers' association Unirima sounds the alarm again. Now, Unirima is drawing attention to a looming blockade to paper recycling activities in Italy due to exces supply and lacking sales channels. » more