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(Australia) Timber company Gunns says it never intended to get State Government funding for the pipeline for its proposed northern Tasmanian pulp mill. The company is pressing ahead with its pipeline plans, despite a lack of Government support.
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(USA) Company to also implement price increases to offset continued raw material cost pressures...
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(USA/Chile) Digital integration helps US $850M mill meet environmental, safety, and production goals and demanding startup schedule...
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(USA) While about 320 employees will lose their jobs when NewPage's Niagara mill shuts down Saturday, company officials hope the closure will foster growth in its central Wisconsin facilities...
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(India) The Rs.9.69-billion Tamil Nadu Newsprint and Papers Ltd (TNPL) says it will place an order for a new paper line at its Pugalur plant in Tamil Nadu next month. The paper major plans to increase its capacity by 155,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) to 400,000 tpa on an outlay...
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(USA) In an effort to achieve carbon neutrality, two of the America's premier forest products and paper manufacturing companies are developing biomass cogeneration strategies.
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(Australia) Construction of Gunns Limited’s controversial $2.1 billion pulp mill in Tasmania is set to be delayed after the company pushed back an internal deadline for the finalisation of a banking syndicate, reports The Australian Financial Review.
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(Germany) In view of rising feedstock and energy costs, BASF will further increase prices for its acrylic acid and acrylic esters (glacial acrylic acid; methyl acrylate, ethyl acrylate, n-butyl acrylate, 2-ethyl hexyl acrylate), as contracts permit...
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(Finland) Capacity cuts are inevitable in the paper industry and pressures for consolidation have increased, UPM-Kymmene Chairman Bjorn Wahlroos was quoted as saying in UPM's in-house magazine on Friday.
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(Canada) A key question in the embattled community of Mackenzie is whether a buyer will be secured for the bankrupt Pope and Talbot pulp mill, with residents hoping a sale will put a few hundred people back to work...
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(USA) After more than a century of producing paper, the Port Edwards Domtar mill will soon begin exporting some of its history...
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(USA) Paper company Wausau Paper Corp. on Thursday said it will make a $15 million capital investment to improve its fiber handling and stock blending systems at a mill in Wisconsin.
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(Hungary) The Hungarian unit of Mondi, an integrated packaging and business paper producer, is to be shut down for good, as its last potential buyer cancelled its pending order, Gábor Ferencz, Chairman of the Szolnok-based company announced on Thursday...
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(Canada) Bids for bankrupt Pope & Talbot's two B.C. pulp mills and its solitary sawmill closed Tuesday, marking the end of a rushed sales process to find new owners for the mothballed operations and the 1,050 people who work in them.
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(USA) The Niagara pulp and paper mill will be closing permanently on July 12, NewPage Corp. officials announced Thursday...
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(USA) That was the message union representatives relayed after meeting with Katahdin Paper Co. LLC officials Wednesday and discussing how layoffs would go if runaway oil prices force the Katahdin Avenue paper mill to close indefinitely...
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(USA) NewPage has announced that it will be taking approximately 25,000 tons of coated paper market-related downtime in June and July throughout its mill system. Several machines will be involved, and each will take advantage of specific times...
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(USA) Eight years ago, a paper mill closed in this remote corner of the western Adirondacks, taking with it more than 100 jobs. Most of the 75 houses in this speck of a hamlet a two-hour drive from Canada soon fell into disrepair...
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(Finland) M-real will curtail its production of coated fine papers between June and August to align production with expected market demand in Europe during the summer months, limit export volumes and control capital tied to inventories...
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(USA) A Billings, Mont., firm is proposing to build the largest wood-processing plant in the Southwest at the site of the old Carbon Coal processing site in northwest Gallup, with Navajo, Zuni and the Jicarilla Apache tribes being the major providers of timber.
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