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Nippon Paper Announces Capital Investment for SHIELDPLUS® Paper-Based Barrier Material

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The SHIELDPLUS® was created by providing paper, made from renewable resources of wood, with a barrier coating layer based on the water-based coating technology for papermaking. October 5, 2019 Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. has decided on capital investment of approximately EUR 5 million for mass production of SHIELDPLUS®, which......
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Nippon Paper Industries to Shutdown 531,000 Tonnes of Production Capacity

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The Company has resolved to reorganize the production structure for its paper business. June 1, 2018 Since the global financial crisis, domestic demand for paper in Japan has been in a state of structural decline due to development of IT. Since 2009, as the top manufacturer of newsprint and printing......
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One Rock Acquires Weyerhaeuser's Norpac Paper Mill

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Weyerhaeuser’s nearly 90-year papermaking presence in Longview comes to an end as it sells Norpac Paper Mill to One Rock Capital Partners, LLC. October 7, 2016 Established in 1976 in Longview, Norpac has weathered the declining newsprint market as newspapers closed and downsized. Part of a joint venture between Weyerhaeuser......
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Weyerhaeuser to Sell Liquid Packaging Board business to Nippon Paper Industries for USD 285 million

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The transaction includes one mill located in Longview, Wash., with an annual capacity of 280,000 tonnes. June 15, 2016 Weyerhaeuser Company announced an agreement to sell its liquid packaging board business to Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. for USD 285 million in cash. Weyerhaeuser expects to use a substantial portion......

GE Oil & Gas steam turbine powers green energy biomass project

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A new green energy cogeneration plant at the Nippon Paper Industries, U.S.A., pulp and paper mill in Port Angeles, Wash., U.S.A., will feature a steam turbine generator supplied by GE Oil & Gas and powered by residue from local timber operations to generate 20 megawatts of power, becoming the first biomass project in the Port Angeles region of Washington state....