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Domtar to invest $59 million in Hawesville, Kentucky mill
Domtar to invest $59 million in Hawesville, Kentucky mill

The Domtar Paper Co. confirmed on Thursday that it plans to invest $59 million in buildings and equipment at its Hawesville pulp mill...

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Rayonier Advanced Materials to Acquire Tembec
Rayonier Advanced Materials to Acquire Tembec

Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. and Tembec Inc. announced a definitive agreement under which Rayonier Advanced Materials will acquire Tembec, providing the combined company with leading and complementary positions in key high purity cellulose end-uses and diversified earning streams from packaging, paper, high-yield pulp and forest products businesses.

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LSC Communications cuts 140 jobs amid Salem, Virginia facility closure
LSC Communications cuts 140 jobs amid Salem, Virginia facility closure

A printing facility in Salem is shutting down, according to a "warn notice" posted through the Virginia Workforce Network's Rapid Response program.

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WestRock to Acquire Five Facilities from U.S. Corrugated Holdings, Inc.
WestRock to Acquire Five Facilities from U.S. Corrugated Holdings, Inc.

WestRock Company announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire certain operations of U.S. Corrugated, a large independent manufacturer of corrugated products for packaging and displays.

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Pratt opens new facility
Pratt opens new facility

Conyers, Ga.-based Pratt Industries has opened a new recycling facility on Atlanta's westside.

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Shuttered UPM Madison, Maine mill to be sold piecemeal in June auction
Shuttered UPM Madison, Maine mill to be sold piecemeal in June auction

Owners of the shuttered UPM-Kymmene mill in Madison will sell off 3,000 separate pieces of industrial equipment through a three-day online auction starting June 13.

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Kimberly-Clark mill in Beech Island, S.C. receives global recognition for conserving hundreds of millions of gallons of water
Kimberly-Clark mill in Beech Island, S.C. receives global recognition for conserving hundreds of millions of gallons of water

A Beech Island business is doing its part to conserve water. The Kimberly-Clark mill has recently received global recognition for its work to conserve water.

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Asia Pulp and Paper sustainability officer Aida Greenbury exits
Asia Pulp and Paper sustainability officer Aida Greenbury exits

Aida Greenbury, one of the most high-profile figures in the forestry industry, is leaving Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) after 13 years with the company.

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Verso seeks to cut costs
Verso seeks to cut costs

Verso Corp. is looking to cut $55 million in costs this year as it saw a net loss to start off the year.

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Dow merger with DuPont gets conditional approval in Brazil
Dow merger with DuPont gets conditional approval in Brazil

Brazil approved the planned merger of Dow Chemical Co and DuPont on Wednesday, conditioned on a global divestment plan including its Brazilian corn seed business.

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Resolute U.S. racketeering lawsuit against Greenpeace moved to California
Resolute U.S. racketeering lawsuit against Greenpeace moved to California

A racketeering lawsuit launched by multinational forestry giant Resolute Forest Products against Greenpeace should be heard in California, an American court has ruled.

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WestRock plans $50 million investment project in Virginia
WestRock plans $50 million investment project in Virginia

WestRock proposes to invest $50 million in wood chip storage and transfer equipment at its West Point mill.

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Judge denies injunction in Kimberly-Clark surgical gowns case
Judge denies injunction in Kimberly-Clark surgical gowns case

Kimberly-Clark and Halyard Health, recently hit with a $454 million jury award over claims that their surgical gowns were defective, do not have to issue warnings to customers that the gowns pose a safety risk, a federal judge in Los Angeles ruled.

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RAPP Launches 2017 Fire-Free Village Program Ahead of Dry Season
RAPP Launches 2017 Fire-Free Village Program Ahead of Dry Season

Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper, or RAPP, the operations unit of global pulp and paper industry leader Asia Pacific Resources International, launched its 2017 Fire-Free Village Program on Tuesday to work with fire-prone villages during the upcoming dry season.

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Resolute says U.S. tariffs behind move to lay off more than 1,000 workers
Resolute says U.S. tariffs behind move to lay off more than 1,000 workers

Resolute Forest Products Inc. said its move to temporarily lay off 1,282 employees was related to the United States' decision last month to impose preliminary anti-subsidy duties on imports of Canadian softwood lumber.

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White Birch Bear Island paper mill in Virginia shutting down; 165 employees being laid off
White Birch Bear Island paper mill in Virginia shutting down; 165 employees being laid off

The Bear Island newsprint manufacturing mill in northern Hanover County is being closed, affecting 165 employees, its parent company announced today.

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Billerud Korsnäs reports breakdown of semi-chemical pulp production at Gruvön mill
Billerud Korsnäs reports breakdown of semi-chemical pulp production at Gruvön mill

BillerudKorsnäs experienced a major breakdown in the digester in the semi-chemical pulp production line in Gruvön.

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Nippon Longview mill in 'recovery', some employees to be furloughed
Nippon Longview mill in 'recovery', some employees to be furloughed

Production at Nippon Dynawave's Longview paper packaging mill is picking up again as the company slowly gets its wastewater treatment plant working properly.

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Resolute CEO awarded medal for free enterprise following Greenpeace hurdle
Resolute CEO awarded medal for free enterprise following Greenpeace hurdle

On May 11, the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) presented the John Dobson Medal for Free Enterprise to Mr. Richard Garneau, president and chief executive officer of Resolute Forest Products.

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Georgia-Pacific Investing $400 million To Grow Consumer Products Business
Georgia-Pacific Investing $400 million To Grow Consumer Products Business

Georgia-Pacific announced significant investments, which total more than $400 million, for its GP Consumer (retail) tissue and towel business.

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Mitsubishi Paper, Oji to build household paper facility
Mitsubishi Paper, Oji to build household paper facility

Japan's top paper maker Oji Holdings and sixth-ranked Mitsubishi Paper Mills will join hands to make household products such as tissues and toilet paper, aiming to meet demand lifted by tourists visiting the country.

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1,200 Contractor Workers Complete 10 Day Irving Pulp and Paper Annual Maintenance Shutdown
1,200 Contractor Workers Complete 10 Day Irving Pulp and Paper Annual Maintenance Shutdown

Irving Pulp & Paper has just completed its regularly scheduled maintenance shutdown that involves skilled trades workers from across the Maritimes.

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Peter Oswald reinforces focus on growing packaging business as new Mondi Group CEO
Peter Oswald reinforces focus on growing packaging business as new Mondi Group CEO

Mondi, the international packaging and paper Group, hosted a press conference on 5 May at the interpack 2017 trade fair in Düsseldorf at which trends in the packaging industry and the focus on growing its packaging business were discussed.

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Augusta, Maine woman who embezzled $400K from pulp & paper group ordered to keep paying restitution
Augusta, Maine woman who embezzled $400K from pulp & paper group ordered to keep paying restitution

Wendy L. Gagne, 43, has been ordered to pay $200 a month toward the balance of $352,082, after she was convicted in 2002 of writing hundreds of checks to herself and recorded them as being sent to vendors.

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Washington governor delays action on biomass bill
Washington governor delays action on biomass bill

At the last minute Monday, the administration of Gov. Jay Inslee delayed a decision on a bill that would help KapStone's Longview pulp mill profit from production of renewable biomass energy.

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