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Tembec warns its stock price risks falling if Rayonier takeover offer is rejected
Tembec warns its stock price risks falling if Rayonier takeover offer is rejected

Tembec is warning that its shares risk falling if shareholders vote next week to reject a US$807-million friendly takeover offer from Rayonier Advanced Materials.

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WestRock to lay off 152, close Wheatley Heights, N.Y. facility
WestRock to lay off 152, close Wheatley Heights, N.Y. facility

WestRock Co. is closing its Wheatley Heights plant and laying off 152 employees, according to a WARN notice filed with the state.

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Another fire at KapStone facility
Another fire at KapStone facility

KapStone was the site of another smoldering fire early Tuesday morning, but it was much smaller than last week's fire in Machine 10, according to Longview Fire.

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Tembec takeover under threat after two largest shareholders oppose deal
Tembec takeover under threat after two largest shareholders oppose deal

Rayonier Advanced Materials says it is standing by its bid for Tembec.

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Verso paper mill in Jay, Maine makes 120 layoffs permanent
Verso paper mill in Jay, Maine makes 120 layoffs permanent

Verso Corp. has decided not to bring back 120 employees laid off earlier this year after the company idled its No. 3 paper machine in Jay.

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Cascades Inaugurates New State-of-the-Art Tissue Converting Plant on the West Coast
Cascades Inaugurates New State-of-the-Art Tissue Converting Plant on the West Coast

Cascades Inc. has officially inaugurated its new state-of-the-art, 284,000-square-foot tissue converting facility in Scappoose, Oregon.

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Rayonier Advanced Materials Reiterates Commitment to Acquire Tembec on Agreed Terms
Rayonier Advanced Materials Reiterates Commitment to Acquire Tembec on Agreed Terms

Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. has reaffirmed its commitment to acquire Tembec Inc. on the terms previously agreed with Tembec.

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Weyerhaeuser to pay $375,000 to settle overharvesting claims
Weyerhaeuser to pay $375,000 to settle overharvesting claims

The Vermont attorney general's office says Weyerhaeuser will pay the state $375,000 to settle allegations that it overharvested trees from its property.

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Just in: WestRock Completes Acquisition of Assets from Island Container Corp. and Combined Container Industries
Just in: WestRock Completes Acquisition of Assets from Island Container Corp. and Combined Container Industries

WestRock Company announced that it has entered into agreements to acquire substantially all of the assets of Island Container Corp. and Combined Container Industries LLC, which together are independent producers of corrugated boxes, sheets and point-of-purchase displays.

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Kamloops Fire Rescue responds to fire at Domtar landfill
Kamloops Fire Rescue responds to fire at Domtar landfill

Kamloops Fire Rescue crews are taking a defensive stance on a fire burning in the Domtar landfill on Saturday, July 15.

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Lumber prices see 'big jump' after wildfires in British Columbia
Lumber prices see 'big jump' after wildfires in British Columbia

The wildfires in the B.C. Interior that have forced some sawmills to halt operations have resulted in a boost in lumber prices at a time when forestry companies have been squeezed by softwood duties on exports to the U.S.

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New owner working to 'get it right' in reopening former Nippon site
New owner working to 'get it right' in reopening former Nippon site

McKinley Paper Co. vice president of operations said his company is taking a measured approach to transforming the former Nippon Paper Industries USA paper mill at Ediz Hook, purchased March 31 by the Mexican-owned cardboard linerboard manufacturer.

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Phoenix fire crews battle 2nd alarm fire at International Paper facility
Phoenix fire crews battle 2nd alarm fire at International Paper facility

Phoenix fire crews have put out a second alarm fire at International Paper facility on Sunday afternoon, July 16.

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Rayonier AM's deal to acquire Tembec opposed
Rayonier AM's deal to acquire Tembec opposed

The largest shareholder of Tembec Inc. said it will vote against the company's proposed acquisition by Jacksonville-based Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. because the purchase price is too low.

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Update: KapStone restarts paper machine after fire
Update: KapStone restarts paper machine after fire

KapStone has restarted its biggest paper machine after a fire caused minor damage Tuesday.

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Fire at KapStone Longview, Washington facility
Fire at KapStone Longview, Washington facility

A smoldering fire at KapStone caused in an unknown amount of damage to mill's biggest paper machine Tuesday.

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New Brunswick premier off to Washington to discuss lumber and free trade
New Brunswick premier off to Washington to discuss lumber and free trade

New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant is heading to Washington for a meeting Wednesday with United States Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross Jr. to talk trade.

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Probability of 2015 haze repeat much lower this year: Asia Pulp and Paper official
Probability of 2015 haze repeat much lower this year: Asia Pulp and Paper official

The probability of a repeat of the 2015 haze is "much lower" this year, the newly appointed managing director for corporate affairs and sustainability for Indonesia's largest pulp and paper group, Asia Pulp and Paper, said on Wednesday.

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After 48 hours, fire finally out at IP facility in Iowa
After 48 hours, fire finally out at IP facility in Iowa

The Cedar Rapids Fire Department left International Paper Monday morning, more than 48 hours after they were called to the milling plant for a fire.

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APP hires former Singapore army general as sustainability chief
APP hires former Singapore army general as sustainability chief

Asia Pulp and Paper has hired banker and former Singapore military general Bernard Tan to run its sustainability department.

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Court clears way for challenge to water standards
Court clears way for challenge to water standards

It could lead to win for pulp-and-paper industry group...

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Graphic Packaging completes acquisition of Carton Craft Corporation
Graphic Packaging completes acquisition of Carton Craft Corporation

Graphic Packaging Holding Company announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Graphic Packaging International, Inc., has completed the previously announced acquisition of substantially all the assets of Carton Craft Corporation and its affiliate Lithocraft, Inc.

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Metsä Group gives update on bioproduct mill
Metsä Group gives update on bioproduct mill

Metsä announced that the new logistics solution designed specifically for Metsä Group's bioproduct mill at Äänekoski is ready to serve the mill's wood and pulp transport.

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Smurfit Kappa reaches new milestone with SupplySmart service
Smurfit Kappa reaches new milestone with SupplySmart service

Smurfit Kappa's SupplySmart service has reached 50,000 supply chains, taking optimization of packaging to a new level.

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Georgia-Pacific Big Island mill contests violations issued after workplace death
Georgia-Pacific Big Island mill contests violations issued after workplace death

Georgia-Pacific is contesting claims of workplace safety violations that arose from an investigation into an accident that claimed an employee's life in November.

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