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Economic Development Arguments for January 2017
Economic Development Arguments for January 2017
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Celebrating all things paper: The wonder and the legacy, continued
Celebrating all things paper: The wonder and the legacy, continued

The first class of inductees to the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame was inducted more than two decades ago in 1995, and today, more than 125 papermaking innovators and legends have been enshrined. This month, we profile the late Juuso Walden.

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PM40

The PM40 closed Friday, 13 January 2017, at 3679.

Get the latest PM40 updates by listening to the weekly Nips show and the PM40 Daily Show on Pulp & Paper Radio International.

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RearView

The PM40 closed 13 January 2017 up 34% from the 15 January 2016 level.

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Disconnected Comparisons

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

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Insider Trading

Reported insider trading since the last issue of PaperMoney.

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

Sneezes, sniffles and spreading disease in the workplace

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Earnings Announcements
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The Australian Corrugated Box Market just got more interesting
The Australian Corrugated Box Market just got more interesting

For many years Australia has had substantially a duopoly of corrugated box suppliers, with Visy Industries (Pratt Group) and Amcor (now Orora) between them supplying more than 85% of the market. A bruising "box war" many years ago saw the demise of the Smorgon Group as Australia's third integrated corrugated box supplier. Visy consolidated its market leading position and now holds well over 50% market share and Orora more than 30%. This orderly state of affairs may be about to change.

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Kemira Invests in Expansion of ASA

This investment in the most modern ASA production facility globally

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Metsä Group's Wood Products Industry Sells its Wood Element Business

Transaction is expected to be finalized by the end of January

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Lecta Increases the Production Capacity of its Metalvac Range

Polytype was recently put into operation at the Leitza mill

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Stora Enso Invests in Biocomposite Granules

Investment of EUR 12 million to build a new production line that will manufacture biocomposite granules at Hylte Mill

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SPBCo Expanding Building

Our growth and expansion allow us the opportunity to continue to develop

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Voith Receives Order for BillerudKorsnäs

Start-up of this new production line will be first quarter 2019

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Graphic Packaging Plans New Facility

A state-of-the-art carton folding facility

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Ahlstrom Completes the Sale of Osnabrück Plant

Kämmerer Paper Holding GmbH continues to grow

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Toscotec - Rebuilt Tissue Machine Started-up

Rebuild will boost the machine speed from the current 1300 mpm to 1600 mpm

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Stora Enso Divests the Packaging Machine Producer Formeca

Stora Enso will continue to deliver Formeca packaging machines

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Crown Timber Group Plc Will be Renamed Södra Wood Ltd

Integration of the companies has proceeded at a high pace

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A new day
A new day

The United States still plays a significant role in the world's overall economy and likely will do so for some time to come. So, when a significant event happens in the US, it affects the whole world. We are about to see a significant event on January 20, 2017, when the new president is inaugurated. This new administration is likely to affect the world order in ways it has not been affected since Franklin Roosevelt took the oath of office in March 1933. Some are optimistic, some are pessimistic. I am watchful...

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RearView

The PM40 closed 30 December 2016 up 18.3% from the 31 December 2015 level.

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PM40

The PM40 closed Friday, 30 December 2016, at 3636.

Get the latest PM40 updates by listening to the weekly Nips show and the PM40 Daily Show on Pulp & Paper Radio International.

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Disconnected Comparisons

In this issue of Disconnected Comparisons, we evaluate Louisiana Pacific and Universal Forest Products.

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Insider Trading

Reported insider trading since the last issue of PaperMoney.

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