Print edition

EUWID Pulp and Paper Issue 5/2020

Markets

  • Italian publication paper and cartonboard prices head lower
  • Italy: production, imports, exports and consumption
  • EUWID Price Watch Italy January 2020
  • France: January brings falling prices in several market segments
  • EUWID Price Watch France January 2020
  • Germany: First suppliers announce hikes for recycled containerboard
  • EUWID Price Watch Germany Label Paper 2019
  • EUWID Price Watch Sawmill Residues Germany, January 2020
  • Slow pellet business dampens sawdust deliveries
  • Green Alliance report shows overly rash substitution of plastic packaging
  • China sets its own strategy to reduce plastic pollution
  • BDE wants curbs on imports of lower-quality RCP into Germany
  • India launches AD probe into newsprint imports

Companies

  • Arti Grafiche Boccia enters debt restructuring agreement
  • Pro-Gest shelves collective redundancy plans in Mantua
  • Extensive strike begins in Finland’s paper industry
  • K&N Paper files for insolvency
  • UPM starts negotiations on closure of Chapelle mill
  • Umka taps Valmet for major board machine rebuild
  • Cooperation between Rondo Ganahl and Goerner Formpack
  • DS Smith opens new US packaging plant
  • Heinzel Group expands pulp capacity at Pöls mill
  • Valmet to deliver technology for Lenzing-Duratex pulp mill

  • News in brief: Amipack invests in new folder-gluer
  • News in brief: Andritz and UPM sign preliminary contract for supply of pulp production equipment
  • News in brief: British financial watchdog closes investigation against Accrol Paper
  • News in brief: Koehler increases prices for thermal paper
  • News in brief: SCA to increase NBSK prices from February
  • News in brief: Stephane Delar new CEO of French Cenpa
  • News in brief: Södra announces price increase
  • News in brief: Two manufacturers of recycled containerboard announce price increases for February
  • News in brief: Fire at board machine at Hamburger Rieger Trostberg mill
  • News in brief: PM 5 at Metsä Tissue’s Düren mill idled for a few days after a fire