Demand for DWP continues to grow as consumer preference increases for products made from renewable, sustainably sourced and processed woodfibre. October 5, 2018 Building on its reputation for quality, service and responsibility, Sappi moved to strengthen its leadership in the dissolving wood pulp (DWP) market with the launch of the...
Metso will supply a new fiberline for chemical cellulose for Sappi's Ngodwana mill in South Africa. Startup is scheduled for the first half of 2013.
UAE’s consumption of household paper is one-tenth of the consumption of office and printed paper, according to the organizers of biggest paper show in the MENA region. Satish Khanna, General Manager, Al Fajer Information and Services, organizers of the 4th Paper Arabia show 2011 to be held at the Dubai...
Sappi Fine Paper Europe announced that it will cease production of coated graphic paper at its Biberist paper mill in Switzerland. In a written statement Sappi said, "After due and thorough consideration during the consultation process with local employees ending on 16 May 2011 the definitive decision to discontinue the coated graphic paper production was taken. It is anticipated that
Sappi's Stockstadt Paper Machine 2 (PM2) in Germany, which was damaged by a fire on December 20, 2009, has started to produce coated fine paper again. The mill is now testing the production of different new paper qualities. Stockstadt mill produces 200,000 tonnes of uncoated fine paper annually and 230,000 tonnes of coated fine paper. The mill also has an
Sappi will close its Usutu pulp mill in Swaziland and reorganize its forestry assets in the country in response to falling demand and fire damage. The combination of “adverse market conditions” and cumulative damage since an August 2008 fire that destroyed 40 percent of Usutu's timber crop has meant the Usutu mill is no longer sustainable, the Johannesburg-based company said
Sappi Limited, the leading producer of coated fine paper and chemical cellulose, announced that it had completed the acquisition of the coated graphic paper business of M- real, a Finnish board and paper manufacturer, for Euro 750 million ($1.1 billion), subject to purchase price adjustments for net debt and working capital. M-real's coated graphic paper business (other than in respect