Print edition

EUWID Pulp and Paper Issue 25/2019


  • Germany: downslide in prices for recycled corrugated case material comes to a halt
  • Dwindling publication paper consumption quashes impact of capacity closures
  • German prices for ordinary recovered paper grades remain largely unchanged in May
  • EUWID Recovered Paper Germany May 2019
  • Grass paper: a small number of suppliers, enormous interest and confusion about the facts
  • Indonesia’s paper industry on growth track


  • Norske Skog considers IPO
  • Segezha to construct new pulp mill in cooperation with China Camce
  • Adveo finds new buyer for Italian subsidiary
  • British watchdog sceptical about Iconex merger plans
  • Canfor to temporarily curtail BCTMP production at Taylor mill
  • Wepa’s Greenfield DIP mill running at 60-70% of its capacity
  • Grigeo focusing on investor to triple manufacturing capacity
  • Voith reports downturn in paper machine orders

  • News in brief: Brock succeeds Harman at the helm of AF&PA
  • News in brief: Fimpec consults Metsä Fibre on new pulp mill in Kemi
  • News in brief: ND Paper to kick off production at Old Town mill in mid-summer
  • News in brief: Peltonen leaves Holmen Paperboard
  • News in brief: Ringmann appointed new general manager of CEPI
  • News in brief: Smurfit Kappa takes 92.5 per cent in Carton de Colombia
  • News in brief: Yarza López-Madrazo becomes new WAN-IFRA president
  • News in brief: Billerud Korsnäs completes takeover of Bergvik Skog Öst
  • News in brief: Minerals Technologies to start commercial production of recycled pigments at UPM Schongua mill
  • News in brief: SCA buys Forestum Group
  • News in brief: SCA sells SCA Logistics to Matrans
  • News in brief: Stora Enso Oulu taps Valmet for the conver-sion of PM 7
  • News in brief: Stora Enso inaugurates new CLT unit