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Nippon Paper to Sell Its Interests in Daishowa-Marubeni International

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Nippon and DNAC have agreed to sell their 50% interest in Daishowa-Marubeni International Ltd. (“DMI”), to Mercer International Inc. October 8, 2018 Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. and Daishowa North America Corporation (“DNAC”), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company, announced that they have agreed to sell their 50% interest...

A Globally Competent & Diversified Engineering Group

Manik Seth
The company in the past has successfully acquired many breakthrough technologies in the area of pulp and paper production and has been at the fore front of various low-cost, high-outcome solutions. Set to open its third facility in India, GL&V has some really powerful solutions lined for the Indian pulp...

European Paper Industry Exhibits Overall Positive Performance with Continued Structural Change: CEPI

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CEPI members produced 90.9 million tonnes of paper and board in 2015; Graphic grades (newsprint, writing and printing paper) represented 38.8% of all paper and board produced in Europe in 2015, packaging grades 49.0%, sanitary and household papers 7.9% and speciality grades 4.3%. July 4, 2016 In 2015, the European...

Global Wood Production on a Record High: FAO

Manik Seth
New data by FAO says global production of all major wood products is showing largest growth since the economic downturn of 2008-2009 January 6, 2016 The press release of the FAO Representation in Iran shows growth in wood products in 2014, including industrial roundwood, sawnwood, wood-based panels and pulp and...

Kruger Packaging to Go for Supply Grade Conversion Rebuild in Trois-Rivières, Canada

Manik Seth
Valmet has been contracted for the rebuild January 15, 2015 Valmet will modernize a paper machine (PM10) at the Kruger paper mill in Trois-Rivières (Québec), Canada, as the company said in the press release received by Lesprom Network. Currently producing newsprint, PM10 will be rebuilt using some of the most...

Two Sides Asks Corporations to Stop Saying “Go Green – Go Paperless”

Manik Seth
Launches new global initiative to stop the use of misleading environmental slogan March 4, 2015 New research, commissioned by the international non-profit organization Two Sides, has revealed that major global corporations are still using inaccurate and misleading environmental claims to encourage consumers to ‘go paperless’ and switch from paper-based to...

Resolute to permanently close Laurentide Mill in Quebec

Manik Seth
September 2, 2014 Resolute Forest Products Inc. announced the permanent closure of its Laurentide paper mill in Shawinigan, Quebec. The restart of a competitor’s mill at the end of 2012, the high cost of fiber, as well as higher transportation and fuel costs, have affected the mill’s competitiveness. “We made...

“Current Capabilities and Emerging Challenges and Solutions”

Manik Seth
On the 50th Golden Jubilee celebration of IPPTA, leaders of the industry got together to discuss the certain subjects pertaining to theme of the seminar. Each one presented his views and shared their rich experience which resulted in intellectual stimulation for all the delegates. The eminent guest gave a wonderful...

Preliminary Figures Indicate Paper & Board Production by CEPI Member Countries Fell by About 1.3% to 91 million tons

Manik Seth
Paper and board production by CEPI member countries fell by around 1.3% in 2013 according to preliminary figures. Total production in 2013 was around 91 million tons, over 11 million tons lower than the peak total paper production of 102 million tons in 2007. Mill and machine closures in the...
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