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Mill official: Nippon has pared down production

Dow Chemical and DuPont are on track to win European Union approval for their merger as soon as next month - before an April 4 deadline - after tweaking concessions to allay antitrust concerns, it was reported this week.

Proposed distribution of SCA's hygiene business

In August 2016, SCA announced that the company would initiate work in order to be able to propose to the 2017 Annual General Meeting to decide on a split of the SCA Group into two listed companies; one to operate the hygiene ...

Report: Dow-DuPont deal close to winning EU approval

Dow Chemical and DuPont are on track to win European Union approval for their merger as soon as next month - before an April 4 deadline - after tweaking concessions to allay antitrust concerns, it was reported this week.

Suzano announces investment projects

Suzano Pulp and Paper announced that it will invest around R$720 million by year-end in a set of projects intended to diversify its operations in Brazil through higher-value products, boost structural competitiveness, cut cos...

British Columbia to invest $150 million to plant trees

B.C. Premier Christy Clark announced $150 million for the Forest Enhancement Society of British Columbia to plant tens of millions more trees, which will help fight climate change and create more than 3,000 jobs in rural Brit...

Port Townsend Paper mill, union working under new contract

Port Townsend Paper Corp. and United Steelworkers Local 175 have come to an agreement on a five-year contract after minor revisions to a deal that failed in January.

Cenveo to close Orchard Park, New York facility, cut 111 jobs

Orchard Park envelope manufacturer Quality Park Products plans to close its facility by mid-June, putting 111 employees out of work.

Revenge hacker gets 34 months in prison, must repay Georgia-Pacific more than $1 million

A forklift overheated and caught fire at the Georgia-Pacific paper mill early Friday morning.

Leading Stories

Mill official: Nippon has pared down production

Mill official: Nippon has pared down production

Dow Chemical and DuPont are on track to win European Union approval for their merger as soon as next month - before an April 4 deadline - after tweaking concessions to allay antitrust concerns, it was reported this week.

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Proposed distribution of SCA's hygiene business

Proposed distribution of SCA's hygiene business

In August 2016, SCA announced that the company would initiate work in order to be able to propose to the 2017 Annual General Meeting to decide on a split of the SCA Group into two listed companies; one to operate the hygiene business and one to operate the forest products business.

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Report: Dow-DuPont deal close to winning EU approval

Report: Dow-DuPont deal close to winning EU approval

Dow Chemical and DuPont are on track to win European Union approval for their merger as soon as next month - before an April 4 deadline - after tweaking concessions to allay antitrust concerns, it was reported this week.

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Suzano announces investment projects

Suzano announces investment projects

Suzano Pulp and Paper announced that it will invest around R$720 million by year-end in a set of projects intended to diversify its operations in Brazil through higher-value products, boost structural competitiveness, cut costs and enhance environmental initiatives.

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British Columbia to invest $150 million to plant trees

British Columbia to invest $150 million to plant trees

B.C. Premier Christy Clark announced $150 million for the Forest Enhancement Society of British Columbia to plant tens of millions more trees, which will help fight climate change and create more than 3,000 jobs in rural British Columbia.

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Port Townsend Paper mill, union working under new contract

Port Townsend Paper mill, union working under new contract

Port Townsend Paper Corp. and United Steelworkers Local 175 have come to an agreement on a five-year contract after minor revisions to a deal that failed in January.

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Cenveo to close Orchard Park, New York facility, cut 111 jobs

Revenge hacker gets 34 months in prison, must repay Georgia-Pacific more than $1 million

Smurfit Kappa announces 90% chain of custody certification for packaging

Fort Smith's Georgia-Pacific Dixie plans production slow-down; no layoffs anticipated

Sonoco to acquire Peninsula Packaging Company

Orora CEO calls for energy policy overhaul; announces acquisition

Report: PCA explosion happened without fire

A random walk with Gene

Irreconcilable?

Irreconcilable?

I'm only now beginning to appreciate the effect divorce has on the children involved. The parents openly dislike each other and talk about it to their friends, lawyers, and associates. The kids, who can they talk to? Who will listen to their side? To whom can they vent? Do they even know the nature of the divorce in the first place? They didn't ask for it, it was thrust upon them by people they deeply love and trusted.

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Being a parent

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Recounting a Trip to Poland: May 18-26, 2002

TALOtech

Check out TALOtech groups on LinkedIn

Check out TALOtech groups on LinkedIn

The purpose of the TALOtech groups on LinkedIn is to provide a convenient forum for people working within the manufacturing part of this industry to share technical and operating related dialog to promote safe and competitive operations.

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Industry News

Kraftliner production at International Paper's Cantonment mill could be down for three months

Kraftliner production at International Paper's Cantonment mill could be down for three months

International Paper is reporting that it could take up to three months to repair the digester damaged by the 22 January explosion at its Cantonment, Florida mill.

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SCA invests to further strengthen tissue operations in Mexico and baby diaper operations in Europe

SCA invests to further strengthen tissue operations in Mexico and baby diaper operations in Europe

To further strengthen competitiveness and enable future growth in the tissue operations in Mexico, SCA has decided to invest about USD 105m (approx. SEK 950m) in one of the company's facilities in the country. To strengthen its baby diaper product offering in Europe, SCA has also decided to invest about EUR 40m (approx. SEK 380m) in facilities in Europe.

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International Paper announces senior leadership moves

International Paper announces senior leadership moves

International Paper announced the following senior leadership changes. Thomas J. Plath has been elected by the Board of Directors to become Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Global Citizenship, effective March 1, 2017.

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Södra's Head of Innovation and New Business leaving company

Södra's Head of Innovation and New Business leaving company

Laila Rogestedt, Head of Innovation and New Business, has decided to leave Södra.

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British Columbia NDP MPs call on the government to protect forestry jobs

British Columbia NDP MPs call on the government to protect forestry jobs

British Columbia members of the federal New Democratic Party's caucus called on the Liberal government to ensure that BC's forest industry is protected after the expiry of the Softwood Lumber Agreement with the United States.

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Expera launches new product

Expera launches new product

Continuing to be at the forefront of next generation technology, Expera Specialty Solutions, a leading producer of food packaging solutions, announced today that it continues to expand its Grease-Gard® family of brands, including its Grease-Gard FluoroFree® papers.

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Mercer International Inc. to acquire one of Germany's largest sawmills and a bio-mass power plant

International Paper once again selected to FORTUNE's list of America's Most Admired Companies

Greif Paper Packaging and Services Receives Award for Outstanding Customer Service

Schweitzer-Mauduit announces rebranding of acquired companies

Hot spots under control following KapStone fire

Stora Enso plans to shut down one SC paper machine in Sweden

WestRock Named to Fortune's World's Most Admired Company List

Spotlight

A safety milestone

A safety milestone

Sappi sets a record: Cloquet paper mill reaches record 2 million hours without lost-time injury.

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Miami U. paper foundation seeking executive director

Miami U. paper foundation seeking executive director

The Paper Science and Engineering Foundation at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, is seeking an executive director who will be responsible for all functional aspects of the organization.

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A familiar name in the industry

A familiar name in the industry

Markku Venalainen is President of the Company started by his father, Esko

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2016 AF&PA Sustainability Award Winners Announced at Annual Meeting

Energy & the Environment

Energy & the Environment News

Your contributions are welcome in this department, regardless of point of view. A few criteria--if you send us a copyrighted piece, also provide a permission to publish statement from the owner. We will not publish overtly political pieces or anonymous pieces.


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Perspectives

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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The Complexity of Workplace Conflict

The Complexity of Workplace Conflict

Early in my career I was told by an Engineer that the only real problems we would face in our careers were people problems. He went on to explain that solutions could be found for all other problems, but not always for those originating from personnel. As time progressed, I began to appreciate his wisdom more and more...

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Important steps leading to a successful start-up

Important steps leading to a successful start-up

A start-up can be extremely challenging, but upon completion, the accomplishment can become a milestone in the careers of those involved. And, the experience obtained from participation in a start-up is invaluable to those involved.

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Jim's and Steve's Book & Film Club

Let us review your new text!

Steve Roush and Jim Thompson share their literary and arts experiences...

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Jim's upcoming travels

Where is Jim this week?

As I travel, I am always looking for someone to go to dinner with, share a barbeque sandwich lunch and so forth.

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Amateur Radio

Amateur Radio Directory

Amateur Radio Directory

If you are an amateur radio operator (ham radio), please let us know your name, call sign and license class.  We will publish them here.

Send your call sign to KK4WET@qsl.net to be included.

 

 

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Nip Impressions to Go

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