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Nippon Paper to Restart Two More Paper Machines at Ishinomaki Mill
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Tokyo, Japan, 09 February 2012 -- Nippon Paper Group, Inc. has moved forward with reconstruction efforts at Ishinomaki Mill, which sustained damage as a result of the Great East Japan Earthquake. Based on the plan for paper business revitalization announced 03 August 2011, the Group is working to restart the commercial operation of paper machines N5 and N6. As a result, a total of four paper machines and one coating machine will be brought back into service at Ishinomaki mill, following the restarting of paper machine 8 in September 2011 and paper machine N4 and coating machine 4 in November 2011. The resumption means that production capability is expected to recover to 75% or above of almost 850,000 tons/year, the total capacity of the fully restored Ishinomaki mill.

With the restarting of paper machines N5 and N6 at Ishinomaki mill, the Nippon Paper Group also has decided to bring forward the planned shutdown of some production facilities, as set forth in the plan for paper business revitalization, to cope with the severe conditions in the paper products business in Japan. The Nippon Paper Group will continue to proceed steadily with the restoration work based on the plan for paper business revitalization, seeking to move forward with the fundamental structural changes of the Group's paper



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