Print edition

EUWID Pulp and Paper Issue 37/2020


  • Stable recycled containerboard prices expected for Germany in September
  • German corrugated board industry with robust performance in troubled first half of 2020
  • German union IG BCE calls for extra coronavirus payment
  • Austria's corrugated board industry books a drop in sales despite higher deliveries
  • Slowing capacity investment trend in corrugated case material segment
  • Pulp port stocks lower in July, global shipments decline again
  • CEPI and EPIS launch Greensource initiative
  • Turkey wants to limit recovered paper imports


  • Suez CEO Bertrand Camus describes Veolia's planned takeover as “disastrous for France“
  • Veolia makes its case for Suez takeover
  • Fedrigoni books drop in paper business sales in H1, self-adhesive labels business stays relatively strong
  • Retailer Morrisons plans to ban all plastic bags
  • Shanying starts construction of new complex in Haiyan
  • K&N Paper exits insolvency proceedings
  • Mayr-Melnhof plans to cease production on BM 4 at Hirschwang mill in Austria
  • Accrol Paper posts higher sales, smaller losses
  • Amazon to create 10,000 jobs in the UK in 2020
  • Engineering company A.Celli acquires PMT Italia
  • Mondi invests in new machinery in Szczecin
  • Covid-19 affects handling volume at Lübeck port
  • Heidelberg posts positive results in difficult Q1 2020/21
  • Koehler Paper Group increases deliveries in 2019

  • News in brief: CFO Weber nominated to the board of Feldmuehle
  • News in brief: Hiltensberger joins Jass Fibre
  • News in brief: SCA to hike NBSK pulp price
  • News in brief: Stockmeier Chemie sells Dow products
  • News in brief: Södra to hike NBSK pulp price
  • News in brief: Epple Druckfarben with subsidiary in Belgium
  • News in brief: Flint Group builds new plant for printing inks in Russia
  • News in brief: Riccobono Imprimeurs taking over several print shops in France