Print edition

EUWID Pulp and Paper Issue 12/2020


  • Assocarta interview: “What we fear is the transport issue”
  • Coronavirus dominating conversations in Germany’s paper sector
  • Interpack and Drupa fairs postponed due to coronavirus
  • Price erosion slows significantly on German recovered paper market in February
  • Recovered Paper Germany February 2020
  • Bulgaria: production, imports, exports and consumption January - December 2019
  • Paper industry plans to build a model factory at a site in Germany
  • Coronavirus creates uncertainty about pulp market development in March
  • EUWID Price Watch Pulp Western Europe February 2020
  • Japan: paper, board and pulp production January - December 2019
  • Hawkins Wright predicts long-term rise in demand for dissolving pulp
  • Nova Institute expects demand for cellulose fibres to grow at annual rates of 5-10 per cent


  • APP to start its new FBB machine in Guangxi next year
  • Varel’s PM 4 restarts after rebuild
  • Pro-Gest finalises waivers for breach of covenants, start up of Mantua RCCM mill key to group’s financials
  • Stable deliveries but receding sales for Model in 2019
  • Declining demand curtails Ahlstrom-Munksjö’s results
  • Brigl & Bergmeister reports good results in 2019
  • Lilla Edet mill restarts TM after minor fire, Essity reports higher demand but no issues due to COVID-19
  • Arctic Paper benefits from higher margins in its paper segment
  • CPH group to reduce reliance on paper

  • News in brief: Leipa announces price increase for white testliner
  • News in brief: Lucart rebuilds drying section at Diecimo mill
  • News in brief: Mondi appoints new chair