Print edition

EUWID Pulp and Paper Issue 42/2017


  • UK producers and buyers debating higher prices for many different types of paper
  • EUWID Price Watch UK October 2017
  • Upward price trend on the European pulp market expected to continue
  • EUWID Price Review Pulp Third quarter 2017
  • EUWID Price Watch Pulp September 2017
  • EU recovered paper exports up 6 % in first half 2017
  • EU, US and others question China on import ban at WTO
  • Prices on Germany’s RCP market pointing lower in September
  • Recovered Paper Germany September 2017
  • EUWID Price Watch Sawmill Residues Germany October 2017
  • Sawdust prices in contracts with longer terms raised by €3-5/t in some parts of Germany
  • Fluff pulp will be increasingly used for nonwoven fabrics, reports Smithers Pira
  • Publication paper producers prepare the ground for future price plans at the Ifra Expo
  • Rally in fine paper prices continues on the German market
  • EUWID Price Review Germany Third quarter 2017


  • Neenah Paper to acquire Dutch Coldenhove
  • Regional government addresses job cuts at Burgo Verzuolo, fate of the PM 2 in Duino still uncertain
  • Greenpeace activists block entrances to SCA’s Östrand pulp mill in Sweden
  • Major unsecured creditor rejects Norske Skog recapitalisation proposal
  • AR Packaging stops production in Moscow and Kauttua
  • DS Smith Poland opens new production facility
  • Södra Cell steps up pulp deliveries to China
  • Columbia Pulp starts pulp mill construction
  • Fortress Paper’s dissolving pulp mill up and running again
  • Grupo Gondi invests in a new PM for recycled containerboard
  • SKG starts up new RCCM machine in Mexico

  • News in brief