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Metsä Board completes sale of stake in Husum

04 Jan 2021 − Metsä Board wants to focus on growth in its paperboard business and has therefore sold a stake in the Husum mill in Sweden in order to free some capital. » more

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Happy Holidays from EUWID Pulp and Paper

23 Dec 2020 − As 2020 draws to a close, we would like to extend our thanks to all of our readers for trusting us to be their news source for the European pulp and paper industry. This year has been very challenging, and the coming...» more

Low prices and high raw material costs put pressure on native wheat starch suppliers

18 Dec 2020 − Native starch producers and buyers have made quite a bit of headway in talks to thrash out prices for deliveries as of january 2021. However, not all contracts have been put to bed by mid-December.» more

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Södra announces price hike for NBSK pulp

17 Dec 2020 − A first announcement for a NBSK pulp price increase as of January has been published for the European market. Other players might follow suit.» more

EBB acquires UK's largest board merchant Warren Board

16 Dec 2020 − The acquisition of Warren Board will make EBB the largest board merchant in the British and Irish markets and will further strengthen EBB's market position in this sector, following the acquisition of Dublin-based...» more

Publication paper prices in the UK could reach historic low

16 Dec 2020 − Shrinking markets are putting pressure on newsprint and magazine paper prices in the UK. The weakness of the pound sterling is additionally burdening suppliers.» more

What kind of challenges will 2021 bring for the British recovered paper market?

16 Dec 2020 − Simon Ellin, Chief Executive of The Recycling Association, spoke with EUWID on the challenges facing the British recovered paper market in 2021. » more