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Showing 6 articles from January 3, 2017.

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Conifex Timber gets $130 million to restart El Dorado, Arkansas mill
Conifex Timber gets $130 million to restart El Dorado, Arkansas mill

Conifex Timber Inc. of Vancouver said this week that it received a $130 million secured revolving credit facility to fund the modernization and restart of its sawmill in El Dorado.

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Ahlstrom completes the sale of Osnabrück plant to Kämmerer Paper in Germany
Ahlstrom completes the sale of Osnabrück plant to Kämmerer Paper in Germany

Ahlstrom has completed the sale of its German subsidiary with operations in Osnabrück to Kämmerer Paper Holding GmbH.

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Valmet to supply white liquor pressure disc filter to Daio Paper in Japan
Valmet to supply white liquor pressure disc filter to Daio Paper in Japan

Valmet will deliver a white liquor pressure disc filter to Daio Paper Co. Ltd's Mishima pulp mill in Japan.

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Crown Timber changes name to Södra Wood Ltd
Crown Timber changes name to Södra Wood Ltd

On 1 January, Crown Timber Group Plc was renamed Södra Wood Ltd. The forest industry Group Södra acquired Crown Timber in March last year and the integration of the companies has proceeded at a high pace since then, culminating with this name change.

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Firefighters battle blaze at Ahlstrom Windsor Locks mill
Firefighters battle blaze at Ahlstrom Windsor Locks mill

A fire that appears to have begun in duct work at the Ahlstrom mill kept firefighters from Windsor Locks and several other towns busy Monday afternoon.

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Stora Enso divests Formeca
Stora Enso divests Formeca

Stora Enso has divested its 100% shareholding in its Finnish subsidiary Formeca Oy, a provider of high-quality machines for automated packaging lines, to Amitec Oy, a specialised engineering and machine construction company based in Finland.

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