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Showing 8 articles from November 17, 2016.

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[Adv.] CBG Metal Disintegration and Stud Removal
[Adv.] CBG Metal Disintegration and Stud Removal
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Jim's Articles

Week of 21 Nov 2016: Innovations--winners and losers
Week of 21 Nov 2016: Innovations--winners and losers

I thought I would spend some time this week talking about some of the innovations I have witnessed over the years...

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Technical difficulties
Technical difficulties

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Perspectives

When the unexpected becomes the expected!
When the unexpected becomes the expected!

So the Polls got it wrong again - the American people have spoken decisively, if unexpectedly, just as the people in the United Kingdom did at the Brexit vote. Mr. Trump has pledged to make the USA great again. Will he also make the US paper industry great again?

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Industry News

Stora Enso nearing orders from new China food packaging mill
Stora Enso nearing orders from new China food packaging mill

Finnish pulp, paper and board maker Stora Enso expects to sign its first orders for food packaging boards from a new mill in China shortly and is not concerned by slowing Chinese growth, its chief executive said.

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Finch Paper considering $5 million waste reuse project
Finch Paper considering $5 million waste reuse project

Finch Paper in December will conduct tests and market analysis of two new potential reuses of waste from the pulp-making process at the company's Glens Falls mill.

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Leading Stories

RAPP eyes for bigger market with 30% production hike in 2017
RAPP eyes for bigger market with 30% production hike in 2017

Indonesia's second-largest pulp and paper firm PT Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper (RAPP) has completed its third paper mill and set its operational debut for next year to increase production and expand its exports to the international market.

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