Print edition

EUWID Pulp and Paper Issue 40/2020

Markets

  • Italy: Paper and board producers and buyers still discussing prices after the summer
  • EUWID Price Watch Italy September 2020
  • Italy: production, imports, exports and consumption January - June 2020
  • US Exports of Unbleached Kraftliner
  • EUWID Price Watch Italy Coreboard Third quarter 2020
  • Ordinary RCP grades in France cost more, recycled CCM producers want price hike
  • EUWID Price Watch France September 2020
  • Germany: Kraftliner producers want prices to rise again after setbacks in September
  • EUWID Price Watch Germany Envelope and Shipping Bag Paper Third quarter 2020
  • Decor paper machines have enough orders on hand for six to eight weeks
  • Just small markdowns for TiO2 chloride grades
  • European suppliers of recovered paper to Indonesia face numerous hurdles
  • Native wheat starch remains industry’s problem child in Western Europe
  • EUWID Price Watch Western Europe Native Starch Third quarter 2020
  • World market pulp statistics August 2020
  • NBSK pulp prices may be hiked in several steps in Europe
  • Stocks of woodpulp in European ports August 2019 - August 2020

Companies

  • Sappi shelves plans to expand pulp production at Gratkorn mill
  • Veolia to increase its offer to Engie for stake in Suez
  • Consortium involving Bain Capital makes offer to take over Ahlstrom-Munksjö
  • Stora Enso starts formed fibre production at Hylte mill
  • BHS Corrugated takes over Universal Corrugated
  • Mondi starts production of grass paper
  • Tissue supplier Northwood boosts production capacity
  • Varel invests in board finishing equipment

  • News in brief: Andritz to supply board machine for JSC Management Company from Belarus
  • News in brief: Digital market place recyfy launches new platform generation
  • News in brief: Inapa Deutschland unifies Papier Union and Papyrus Deutschland portfolios
  • News in brief: Lenzing and Hof University of Applied Sciences start development centre for nonwoven materials
  • News in brief: Metsä orders fully autonomous logyard cranes from Andritz