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U.S. demand for Canadian softwood lumber expected to remain high
U.S. demand for Canadian softwood lumber expected to remain high

Growth in demand could outstrip increase in supply for next 18 to 36 months.

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Unifor: Staffing levels, safety concerns lead to Domtar pulp mill shutdown
Unifor: Staffing levels, safety concerns lead to Domtar pulp mill shutdown

Unifor says it's working with paper producer Domtar Corp. to find solutions to staffing levels that have forced a temporary shutdown of its pulp mill in northern Ontario.

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Furious Kimberly-Clark workers vent about planned mill closures in Fox Cities
Furious Kimberly-Clark workers vent about planned mill closures in Fox Cities

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin listened on Friday afternoon to Kimberly-Clark Corp. employees facing layoffs, and the group collectively shed some tears.

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Enviva Completes Acquisition of South Carolina Wood Pellet Plant
Enviva Completes Acquisition of South Carolina Wood Pellet Plant

Strategic investment will help Enviva meet growing demand for biomass energy, support manufacturing jobs in rural Southeast.

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Noteholder seeks bankruptcy examiner to investigate Cenveo
Noteholder seeks bankruptcy examiner to investigate Cenveo

An independent examiner is needed to probe Cenveo Inc's affairs because the printing company's board is marred by conflicts of interest and cannot be trusted to investigate events leading to its bankruptcy, according to one of its major noteholders.

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APP eyes India for possible mill
APP eyes India for possible mill

The management of Asia Pulp and Paper (APP), one of the largest paper manufacturers in the world, has evinced interest to set up India's largest paper mill in Andhra Pradesh.

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Fair Work Commission to rule on strike at Australian Paper
Fair Work Commission to rule on strike at Australian Paper

Australia's only manufacturer of office, printing and packaging papers is waiting on a Fair Work Commission (FWC) ruling on the month-long strike by 87 workers that has hit its envelope-making facility in Melbourne.

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Cenveo Announces Management Appointments
Cenveo Announces Management Appointments

Cenveo, Inc. announced the appointment of Mark S. Hiltwein as Chief Financial Officer, effective March 2018.

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School lunch contract boosts production at plate making Huhtamaki facilities
School lunch contract boosts production at plate making Huhtamaki facilities

Two large school districts that are switching to environmentally friendly plates in their lunchrooms will boost production at a Maine compostable plate manufacturer by 10 percent.

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Wet end rebuild for Sappi Gratkorn Mill in Austria
Wet end rebuild for Sappi Gratkorn Mill in Austria

Valmet will supply a wet end rebuild with installation for Sappi Gratkorn Mill in Austria.

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DowDuPont to transfer up to 150 employees to Delaware
DowDuPont to transfer up to 150 employees to Delaware

DowDuPont is set to transfer up to 150 of its Pennsylvania specialty products division employees to Delaware next year.

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AF&PA "Encouraged" by EPA's Announcement Regarding Work on Carbon-Neutral Biomass Policy

American Forest & Paper Association President and CEO Donna Harman issued a statement regarding the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Feb. 13 announcement regarding its work on a carbon-neutral policy for biomass.

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Stora Enso launches bio-based lignin as renewable replacement for oil-based phenolic materials
Stora Enso launches bio-based lignin as renewable replacement for oil-based phenolic materials

The launch of LineoTM by Stora Enso is another important step on the way to replacing fossil-based materials with renewable solutions. Lineo is available to companies seeking more sustainable, bio-based alternatives.

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International Paper Named One Of The 2018 World's Most Ethical Companies By The Ethisphere Institute For The Twelfth Year
International Paper Named One Of The 2018 World's Most Ethical Companies By The Ethisphere Institute For The Twelfth Year

International Paper has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as one of the 2018 World's Most Ethical Companies.

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Cooking plant rebuild and new brown stock washing equipment for Smurfit Kappa kraftliner mill in Piteå, Sweden
Cooking plant rebuild and new brown stock washing equipment for Smurfit Kappa kraftliner mill in Piteå, Sweden

Valmet will supply Smurfit Kappa Piteå with a cooking plant rebuild into CompactCooking G2 and brown stock washing equipment for its mill in Piteå, Sweden.

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UPM Raflatac launches new white plant-based PE film for home and personal care applications
UPM Raflatac launches new white plant-based PE film for home and personal care applications

UPM Raflatac is extending its range of film face materials for the European market with a new white plant-based material that provides a sustainable alternative to fossil-based films for a wide variety of end uses.

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As cryptominers eye Quebec, forest companies see opportunity
As cryptominers eye Quebec, forest companies see opportunity

Resolute Forest Products and Fortress Global Enterprises said they have received interest from Canadian and foreign cryptominers, although both cautioned their talks are preliminary.

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APP response to Joint NGO Statement on 5th Anniversary of Asia Pulp & Paper's Forest Conservation Policy
APP response to Joint NGO Statement on 5th Anniversary of Asia Pulp & Paper's Forest Conservation Policy

Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) has not lived up to the sustainability commitments it made five years ago, a coalition of non-government organisations (NGOs) has claimed on the anniversary of the paper company's Forest Conservation Policy (FCP).

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SCA launches environmental impact assessment of production increase at Obbola paper mill
SCA launches environmental impact assessment of production increase at Obbola paper mill

SCA will commence an environmental impact assessment of a possible investment in a new paper machine at the paper mill in Obbola.

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Carthage paper mill to pay $175,000 fine for safety violations
Carthage paper mill to pay $175,000 fine for safety violations

Carthage Specialty Paperboard Inc. has agreed to pay $175,000 in penalties to settle allegations of safety and health violations at its paper mill in Carthage.

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Sun Chemical and DIC Corporation Acquire Luminescence Holdings Ltd.
Sun Chemical and DIC Corporation Acquire Luminescence Holdings Ltd.

Sun Chemical and its parent company, DIC Corporation, have acquired Luminescence Holdings Ltd., a manufacturer of currency, tax stamp, passports, ID cards, secure documents and brand protection inks for the security market.

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Asia Pulp and Paper's sustainability progress 'not sufficient' say NGOs
Asia Pulp and Paper's sustainability progress 'not sufficient' say NGOs

Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) has not lived up to the sustainability commitments it made five years ago, a coalition of non-government organisations (NGOs) has claimed on the anniversary of the paper company's Forest Conservation Policy (FCP).

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UPM may build new biofuel plant in Finland
UPM may build new biofuel plant in Finland

UPM is looking at building a new renewable fuel plant in Finland, it said on Monday, part of efforts to find new sources of growth in response to falling paper demand in Europe.

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BillerudKorsnäs adopts science based climate impact targets
BillerudKorsnäs adopts science based climate impact targets

As one of the forerunners in the global packaging industry, BillerudKorsnäs has received approval for its climate goals by the Science Based Targets initiative.

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Green Bay Packaging Wins Manufacturing Awards of Distinction
Green Bay Packaging Wins Manufacturing Awards of Distinction

Green Bay Packaging accepted this year's 2017 Manufacturing Awards of Distinction presented by the Greater Green Bay Chamber and Advance, its economic development department.

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