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Showing 32 articles from September 15, 2015.

Reference Library

Earnings Announcements
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Departments

On management: Don't overlook the 'little people'
On management: Don't overlook the 'little people'

The pulp and paper industry is characterized by big installations, big machines, big volumes and big numbers. Unfortunately, the big scales of industry operations can lead to overlooking the place of little people in the long chain from raw material acquisition to delivered product...

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PM40

The PM40 closed Friday, 11 September 2015, at 2981.

14 Sep 15 Get the latest PM40 update by listening to the weekly Nips show by Pulp & Paper Radio International.

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RearView

The PM40 closed 11 September 2015 down 9.5% from the 12 September 2014 level.

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Disconnected Comparisons

In this issue of Disconnected Comparisons, we evaluate UPM Kymmene and Amcor.

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Insider Trading

Reported insider trading since the last issue of PaperMoney.

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Supplier News

ANDRITZ to Deliver Logyard Circular Crane to Domtar

Includes the equipment, engineering, and on-site services

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Archangelsk Goes on Stream After Rebuild by Voith

New requirements are now met

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Valmet Supplies Tissue Production Line to Resolute Forest

Start-up planned for early 2017

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Market News of Note

Canfor Corp. Permanently Closes Sawmill

Canal Flats, British Columbia sawmill closes November 9th

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Catalyst to Indefinitely Curtail Paper Machine at Rumford

Market-related due to decline in demand for coated paper

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Court Puts Angara Paper into Bankruptcy

Accumulation of debt halts construction

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DS Smith Considers Closure of Wansbrough Site

Long-term economic outlook for the mill is bleek

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Fedrigoni Mill in Verona Resumes Production

Two months after fire, operations begin

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Fire at International Paper Facility

No injuries reported

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Interfor to Take Market Related Downtime

Curtailments will be taken by way of reduced hours at five of the Company's mills

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Metsä Group Adjusts Production at its Pine Sawmills

Oversupply and price competition have prevailed

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Tolko to Reduce Operating Footprint at Quest Wood

Reduction is necessary in current market conditions

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Joint Venture

Georgia-Pacific Announces Agreement with Lamco Forest Products

Lamco will manufacture and sell under the Georgia-Pacific brand

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Labor & Union Actions

KapStone's Longview Mill Restarts Its #11 Paper Machine

Production ramps up with the operation of #10 and #11

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Strike Ends at KapStone's Longview Mill

Employees have returned

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Major Expenditures

Clearwater Paper Announces $160 Million Upgrade

Company chooses Lewiston, Idaho to build new continuous digester

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Mergers & Acquisitions

Atlantic Packaging Products Acquires Skybox Packaging

Continuing to gain a foot hold into the US market

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Hansol Paper Completes Acquisition of R+S Group

R+S Group will continue to operate as a separate company

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International Paper Buys Sheet Manufacturing Operation

Strategic relationship continues

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Kemira Acquires Soto Industries, LLC

Global growth strategy continues

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Stora Enso to Divest its Packaging Plant

Divestment of the shares is approximately EUR 12 million

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UPM Sells Tilhill Forestry Ltd

Stable supply of home-grown timber continues

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Restructurings

Munksjö Plans to Further Adjust the Cost Structure
Personnel negotiations at the production facility

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World Perspectives

Is it really the end of the paper world as we know it?

Recently, I attended the 2015 Australasian Paper Markets Outlook Forum where one of the keynote speakers was Martin Glass from EMGE & Co. His is one the foremost global consulting companies in the field of graphic and communication papers. His message was powerful. If we think the rate of change over the last decade has been rapid, hold onto your hats for the next decade...

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Final Word

The Final Word by Chuck Swann
The Final Word by Chuck Swann

And the World Drones on...

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Environmental

State of Maine Issues Demolition Permit for Bucksport Mill

Former Verso paper mill to be dismantled

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