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BillerudKorsnäs inaugurates the world's most modern board machine

The investment made by BillerudKorsnäs in the new KM7 machine at the Gruvön mill is the company's biggest investment to date and one of the largest industrial investments in Sweden in recent years.

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Nine Dragons plans India unit near Paradip

Nine Dragons Paper Ltd, a public listed paper manufacturing company in Mainland China intends to set up a unit near Paradip, its first facility in India.

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Södra Cell to be split into two product categories: Paper Pulp and Bioproducts

Södra Cell International will be split into two product categories - Paper Pulp and Bioproducts - to strengthen Södra's market position as a first-class supplier of paper pulp, while increasing the underlying earnings potential of new products.

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New facility means Battle Creek, Mich. Graphic Packaging mill to close in 2022

The Graphic Packaging mill in Battle Creek will close when that machine is complete two and a half years from now, a company official said.

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Stora Enso names Bresky as CEO

Annica Bresky will become chief executive of Finnish pulp, paper and packaging board maker Stora Enso Oyj from December, taking over from Karl-Henrik Sundstrom.

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Sun Paper permit get OK from officials

Arkansas environmental officials have approved an air permit for a Chinese company's $1.8 billion paper mill that has been delayed by President Donald Trump's trade dispute with China.

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President Trump visits, praises new Pratt mill in Wapakoneta, Ohio

Echoing remarks President Trump made during a previous visit to an Ohio manufacturing facility, an Australian billionaire said his investment here would not have been possible without Mr. Trump at the nation's helm.

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Report details moments before plane carrying Graphic Packaging CEO, employees crashed

A preliminary accident report reveals what happened in the moments before a plane carrying employees of a metro Atlanta-based paper and packaging company crashed and burst into flames in California last month.

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Demolition starts at iconic paper mill destroyed by fire

Demolition work has started at a landmark paper mill in northern New Jersey that was destroyed in a massive fire that also toppled its iconic sign earlier this year.

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Interfor CEO stepping down

Interfor Corporation announced that long-time President & CEO Duncan Davies will step down on December 31, 2019 and that Ian Fillinger, currently the Company's Senior Vice President & COO, has been appointed President & CEO effective January 1, 2020.

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Norpac expands product line, converts Longview machine for recycling

In an effort it says will address environmental challenges and safeguard jobs, Norpac is converting one of its Longview paper machines to produce packaging products from 100% recycled waste paper.

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David Koch dies at 79

David Koch, the industrialist and libertarian who used his fortune to transform American politics while also donating more than $1 billion to philanthropic causes, has died. He was 79.

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Graphic Packaging International passengers walk away uninjured after plane bursts into flames at California airport

Ten people walked away unscathed after a small aircraft they were aboard went off a runway before bursting into flames.

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First paper rolls off the press at reopened mill

Paper-making is returning to West Linn after an almost two-year hiatus.

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Domtar Plymouth Paper Mill to stay in Martin County, N.C.

New economic incentives are keeping one of Martin County's largest manufacturers and taxpayers in the area.

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LSC Communications Celebrates Opening of First Onsite Healthcare Center in Crawfordsville, Indiana

LSC Communications announced the opening of Crawfordsville Family Health Center, the company's first onsite medical facility offering healthcare, wellness coaching and assessments for its employees and their families.

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Billionaire Pattison Seeks to Take Canfor Private

Canadian billionaire Jim Pattison, whose conglomerate owns businesses including supermarkets, fisheries and billboards, offered to take lumber producer Canfor Corp. private for about C$981.6 million ($742 million). The stock surged in response.

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Kimberly-Clark is hiring 120 machine operators as it invests in Neenah Cold Spring Facility

Kimberly-Clark will hire about 120 machine operators and 10 maintenance electricians and mechanics by the end of 2020 at its Neenah Cold Spring Facility.

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Kruger renews lease for Gatineau paper mill

The current lease expires in 2028, meaning the mill that employs about 450 people near the Canadian Museum of History is now able to operate until 2053.

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Pregis Joins Amazon Packaging Support and Supplier (APASS) Network

Pregis LLC, a leading protective packaging materials and automated systems manufacturer, has joined the Amazon Packaging Support and Supplier (APASS) network.

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After hiring 130 workers, reopening ND Paper Old Town mill expects to produce pulp by August

The new owner of the Old Town pulp mill has hired 130 workers and expects the reopened facility will begin producing pulp by August, a major turnaround for a plant that shed nearly 200 jobs when it closed in 2015.

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LSC Communications terminates $1.4 billion merger with Quad/Graphics

LSC Communications Inc and Quad/Graphics have terminated their $1.4 billion merger, a month after the U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit to block the deal, the companies said.

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Town of Fort Frances, Ontario: Resolute Mill Property Sale Confirmed

The Town of Fort Frances wishes to confirm for all of its citizens, stakeholders, and regional partners that the properties comprising the pulp and paper mill in Fort Frances have been sold by Resolute Forest Products.

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Sonoco to Transition U.S. Defined Benefit Pension Plan

Sonoco announced its Board of Directors has approved the termination of the Sonoco U.S. Pension Plan for Inactive Participants effective September 30, 2019.

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Metsä Fibre starts preparatory work at the Kemi mill in Finland

The investment decision of the bioproduct mill is made earliest at the summer 2020, after which the construction of the new mill would begin. The new bioproduct mill could start up in the first half of the 2020s.

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