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Chembond buys Solenis' 45% stake in water treatment chemicals joint venture
Chembond buys Solenis' 45% stake in water treatment chemicals joint venture

Specialty chemicals maker Chembond Chemicals Limited has acquired Solenis Netherlands's 45 percent stake in their joint venture Chembond Solenis Water Technologies Limited (CSWTL) for approximately $7.35 million.

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Canfor Corp. eyes acquisitions amid U.S. lumber duties carnage
Canfor Corp. eyes acquisitions amid U.S. lumber duties carnage

Canfor Corp., one of the world's largest forestry companies, sees potential acquisition opportunities in the carnage left by new U.S. softwood lumber duties that could hit Canadian small- and medium-sized mills especially hard.

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International Paper Ticonderoga mill starts annual shutdown
International Paper Ticonderoga mill starts annual shutdown

International Paper's Ticonderoga mill is offline from April 24 to May 10, but mill officials say it's a normal maintenance shutdown.

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Week of 1 May 2017: Up and at 'em--or just sitting?
Week of 1 May 2017: Up and at 'em--or just sitting?

Recently I have seen a number of cases in which human energy was not being expended to any appreciable extent. Actually, I was witnessing laziness. I have not discussed this topic in a long time, so perhaps it is time once again to bring it up. It is a topic that tends to offend some folks, for people do not like to be singled out as lazy or unenergetic. To assuage the embarrassment of the truly guilty, let me say that we all are struck by this at one time or another. And we must admit that we know some people who are in a permanent rut of inactivity. So, who to blame? What to do?

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Stora Enso backs off from Polish mill expansion
Stora Enso backs off from Polish mill expansion

Stora Enso scrapped plans to expand its paperboard mill in Poland because of an over-supplied market as it delivered a weak profit forecast on Thursday.

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[Adv.] CBG Metal Disintegration and Stud Removal
[Adv.] CBG Metal Disintegration and Stud Removal
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Where is Cassini Now?
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Kimberly-Clark Invests in Energy Efficiency at its Mobile, Alabama Mill
Kimberly-Clark Invests in Energy Efficiency at its Mobile, Alabama Mill

Kimberly-Clark Corporation has approved an investment of $75 million for construction of a new on-site combined heat-power plant at its tissue mill in Mobile, Alabama.

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Cascades Pro launches new family of interfold napkin dispensers
Cascades Pro launches new family of interfold napkin dispensers

Cascades PRO™, a leader in the manufacturing of towel and tissue products, is proud to announce the introduction of three new Cascades PRO Tandem™ Interfold Dispensers including a stand/wall unit, a smaller capacity tabletop unit, and a large capacity countertop unit.

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Canadian Lumber Industry Hits Back at `Unfair' Trump Tariffs
Canadian Lumber Industry Hits Back at `Unfair' Trump Tariffs

Canadian lumber companies criticized new tariffs on imports of softwood lumber to the U.S., calling them unfair and unwarranted, while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's administration vowed to fight back.

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Cenveo Responds to NYSE Notice With Business Plan
Cenveo Responds to NYSE Notice With Business Plan

Based on the March 28, 2017 date of the NYSE Notice and assuming NYSE acceptance of its submission, Cenveo would have until September 2018 to return to compliance with the NYSE market capitalization rule.

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Father of worker killed in PCA DeRidder explosion files lawsuit
Father of worker killed in PCA DeRidder explosion files lawsuit

Beaumont attorney Brent Coon is representing Joe Gooch, whose son Jody Gooch was killed in the tragic explosion at the Packaging Corporation of America (PCA) plant in DeRidder, Louisiana in February.

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Trump slaps duty on Canadian lumber, intensifying trade fight
Trump slaps duty on Canadian lumber, intensifying trade fight

U.S. President Donald Trump intensified a trade dispute with Canada, slapping tariffs of up to 24 percent on imported softwood lumber in a move that drew swift criticism from the Canadian government, which vowed to sue if needed.

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Huhtamaki vacates and sells a facility in China
Huhtamaki vacates and sells a facility in China

Huhtamaki has agreed to sell one of its manufacturing facilities and the related land usage rights in Guangzhou, China, to Guangzhou Yashao Investment Co. Ltd.

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Fortress Paper to Commence Trading on the OTCQX Market in the United States
Fortress Paper to Commence Trading on the OTCQX Market in the United States

Fortress Paper Ltd. announced that, effective April 24, 2017, the Company's common shares will commence trading on the OTCQX® Best Market in the United States under the symbol "FTPLF".

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Arctic Paper announced leadership changes
Arctic Paper announced leadership changes

The Supervisory Board of Arctic Paper S.A. has appointed Per Skoglund as President of the Management Board and CEO, and Małgorzata Majewska-Śliwa as Management Board Member.

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LSC Communications Awarded a Five-Year Supply Chain Services Contract with Great Minds, LLC
LSC Communications Awarded a Five-Year Supply Chain Services Contract with Great Minds, LLC

LSC Communications, Inc. announced that it has been awarded a five-year Supply Chain Services contract for the print production and warehousing of educational materials for Great Minds, LLC.

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Port Townsend Paper mill fined $30,000; problems corrected, say Ecology, mill reps
Port Townsend Paper mill fined $30,000; problems corrected, say Ecology, mill reps

The Port Townsend Paper Co. mill has been fined $30,000 by the state Department of Ecology for two incidents in 2016 that led to emissions from the plant bypassing its control systems.

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UPM's Zero Solid Waste to Landfill initiative wins the Midwest Regional Sustainability Award in the US
UPM's Zero Solid Waste to Landfill initiative wins the Midwest Regional Sustainability Award in the US

UPM's Zero Solid Waste to Landfill initiative, launched in 2016, is one of the ways in which UPM contributes to the United Nations sustainable development goals for the year 2030.

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Week of 24 April 2017: Perception vs. Reality
Week of 24 April 2017: Perception vs. Reality

The phrase, "perception is reality" is often a cautionary warning as to how others might perceive what one is doing, or how they look and so forth. I want to talk today about times when perception is not reality and how this might affect our actions...

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Australian Paper welcomes Federal Government decision to impose tariff on cheap imports
Australian Paper welcomes Federal Government decision to impose tariff on cheap imports

Australia's only manufacturer of office paper has welcomed a move to impose import duties on A4 copy paper from Indonesia, China, Thailand and Brazil.

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Former Nippon cogeneration plant has been shut down; fewer than 30 employees retained
Former Nippon cogeneration plant has been shut down; fewer than 30 employees retained

The former Nippon Paper Industries USA cogeneration plant has been shut down and eight of its workers laid off as the paper mill breathed its last breath -- in its present form -- for up to 18 months, McKinley Paper Co. spokeswoman Cathy Price said.

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International Paper flooding lawsuit granted class action status
International Paper flooding lawsuit granted class action status

A judge has granted class action status to a lawsuit filed by Cantonment residents against International Paper Co. over flooding in 2014.

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Glatfelter Named 'Supplier of the Year' by Keurig Green Mountain
Glatfelter Named 'Supplier of the Year' by Keurig Green Mountain

Glatfelter announced that the company was named "Supplier of the Year" by Keurig Green Mountain, Inc., a leader in specialty coffee and innovative single serve brewing systems.

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Update on PCA DeRidder explosion
Update on PCA DeRidder explosion

The U.S. Chemical Safety Board (C.S.B.) has provided a status-update for the February 8th explosion at the Packaging Corporation of America (P.C.A.) facility in DeRidder.

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