Print edition

EUWID Pulp and Paper Issue 11/2020

Markets

  • Higher prices look to be on the cards for recycled containerboard in Germany
  • Bvse RCP conference goes ahead despite coronavirus
  • China releases relief measures package for transport industry
  • Italy: Goods flow despite coronavirus lockdown
  • Messe Düsseldorf prepares for Drupa 2020 as planned
  • EUWID Price Watch Sawmill Residues Germany, March 2020
  • Global pulp deliveries fall sharply in January
  • Oversupply on German sawmill residue markets grows in January and February
  • German paper industry experiences weak 2019, mirroring global trend
  • Assocarta reports decline in production and sales in 2019
  • Licences for RCP deliveries into China 2020

Companies

  • Feldmuehle repays debts ahead of schedule
  • Mopak Kagit to increase capacity at Dalaman plant
  • Norske Skog building WtE plant at Bruck mill
  • DS Smith starts up first US recycling centre
  • RDM to build a CHP plant at La Rochette board mill
  • Daio to acquire Turkish producer of sanitary products
  • No hope for Crèvecoeur security paper mill in France
  • Selenginsky PCM obtains FRP loan for investments

  • News in brief: Metsä appoints new SVP for Germany
  • News in brief: New managing director at Igepa
  • News in brief: Onex reduces stake in SIG
  • News in brief: ABB to supply control equipment for Double A’s pulp mill in Thailand
  • News in brief: APR starts up Indonesia’s largest viscose rayon production facility
  • News in brief: Ahlstrom-Munksjö completes sale of fine art business
  • News in brief: Andritz to supply simulation tools to Klabin
  • News in brief: Cartonnerie de Gondardennes upgrades corrugated board plant
  • News in brief: Julie Schertell to become new CEO and board member at Neenah Inc after current CEO John P. O’Donnell retires
  • News in brief: Valmet to supply final stage of forming section rebuild at Stora Enso’s Skoghall mill