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Boise Cascade opens second door shop in Houston, Texas

The 160,000 square-foot facility will serve approximately 900 customers from the Building Materials Distribution's (BMD) Houston Distribution Center. 

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Grupo Gondi starts up PM7 at Monterrey mill in Mexico

After 25 months of construction and installation of the Musketeers mill project, Grupo Gondi's 7th paper machine has produced its first paper reel.

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USW Mourns Paperworkers President Wayne E. Glenn

The United Steelworkers (USW) said that the union is saddened by the news that former United Paperworkers International Union President Wayne E. Glenn passed away on January 3, 2021.

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BillerudKorsnäs proposes election of Jan Svensson as new Chairman

The Nomination Committee of BillerudKorsnäs has decided to propose that Jan Svensson shall be elected as Chairman of the Board of BillerudKorsnäs, at the Annual General Meeting that will be held on 5 May 2021.

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Dunn Paper Announces Apollonio as CEO and Refreshes Brand

Dunn Paper, a leading manufacturer and supplier of high performance, advanced paper and tissue for use in food, medical, and specialty markets unveiled today changes within the organization beginning with the appointment of David Apollonio as President and CEO. Apollonio will lead the organization from the Company's new headquarters located in Alpharetta, Georgia.

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Cosmo Specialty Fibers mill announces plans to be fully operational by February

According to its website, Cosmo has begun recalling some of its approximately 200 employees and hopes to be running at full capacity by February 1, 2021.

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Norbord to Resume Production at Chambord, QC OSB Mill in Spring 2021

Dunn Paper, a leading manufacturer and supplier of high performance, advanced paper and tissue for use in food, medical, and specialty markets unveiled today changes within the organization beginning with the appointment of David Apollonio as President and CEO. Apollonio will lead the organization from the Company's new headquarters located in Alpharetta, Georgia.

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Södra: SEK 8.7 million for research

The Södra Foundation for Research, Development and Education has decided to grant an additional SEK 8.7 million to 11 research projects linked to forest management and forest industry. The biggest investment in this year's second round of funding will focus on potential applications for cross-laminated timber (CLT).

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Pro-Gest Group names Francesco Zago as CEO

Pro-Gest Group's founder Mr Bruno Zago announces that Mr Francesco Zago will be taking over the role of the Group CEO from 2021.

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Suzano plans $2.7 billion pulp mill, CEO says

The new mill would add 2.2 million tonnes of annual pulp capacity to Suzano's operations.

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Stora Enso invests in production line for granulated lignin

Stora Enso is investing EUR 14 million to build a granulation and packing plant for lignin, allowing easier packing and handling of lignin compared to powder and wet form.

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International Paper Company Announces Spin-off of Printing Papers

International Paper announced a plan to pursue a spin-off of the Company's Printing Papers segment into a standalone, publicly traded company ("SpinCo").

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Job cuts: UPM has completed employee consultation processes

UPM has completed the employee consultation process started in October on its plans to improve efficiency in global functions.

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Mondi to open its first paper bags plant in Colombia to serve South American customers

Mondi, a leading global packaging and paper manufacturer, will open its new state-of-the-art paper bags plant in Cartagena, Colombia in January 2021.

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58 people headed back to work as Catalyst Crofton mill restarts paper machine

Paper Excellence Canada has announced it plans to restart the No. 3 paper machine at its Catalyst paper mill in Crofton, effective in early January 2021, which is good news for some 58 employees who will head back to work after a prolonged layoff.

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Active negotiations lift hopes that idled Duluth, Minn. paper mill may be revived

Continued talks with representatives of a company interested in perhaps acquiring the shuttered Verso paper mill in Duluth have intensified in recent weeks, drawing increased attention to the fate of the facility and the 220-plus people it employed before a shutdown was announced in late June.

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Stora Enso to start feasibility study for expanding pulp and board capacity at Skoghall Mill

The feasibility study will evaluate a possible upgrade and expansion of existing integrated pulp capacity from 370 000 tonnes to 780 000 tonnes annually and a possible increase of 120 000 tonnes in board capacity.

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PotlatchDeltic appoints new CEO

PotlatchDeltic Corporation's board of directors today announced that Eric J. Cremers, currently the company's president and chief operating officer, has been appointed president and chief executive officer of the company, effective January 1, 2021.

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Resolute Forest Products chief executive Yves Laflamme to retire next year

Resolute Forest Products chief executive Yves Laflamme will retire next year and be replaced by chief financial officer Remi Lalonde, the company announced.

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Wisconsin Sen. Baldwin urges Verso to operate or sell mill in letter sent to board

U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin) has sent a letter to the Verso Corporation Board of Directors to either run the mill or sell it, for the sake of their employees.

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New Mexico To Spend $5 Million To Retain McKinley Paper Mill

Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes announced that a long-time paper mill in McKinley County will receive economic assistance from the state so it can install new equipment and remain in business for the next decade, retaining at least 125 well-paying jobs.

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Former Universal Forest Products CEO Peter Secchia dies at 83

Peter Secchia -- a West Michigan businessman, Michigan State University donor and longtime figure in Republican politics -- died Wednesday at the age of 83, his wife, Joan Secchia, confirmed in a statement.

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Atlantic Packaging Products Ltd. Announces Addition of New Recycled Paper Machine in Whitby, Ontario

The new machine will be one of the most technologically advanced machines in North America producing 400,000 tons per annum of high performance light weight medium and liner. Production is scheduled for the first quarter of 2022.

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Verso CEO out

Verso Corporation announced that Adam St. John has resigned as President and Chief Executive Officer and as a member of the Board of Directors, effective as of September 30, 2020. The Verso Board of Directors has named Randy J. Nebel, a current member of the Board, as interim President and Chief Executive Officer.

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Ox Industries restarts White Pigeon Paper Mill

Ox Industries has restarted the White Pigeon Paper Mill after it is was closed for almost three months. Ox acquired the mill from Graphic Packaging in June and has since converted the mill from clay-coated recycled paperboard (CRB) to high strength uncoated recycled paperboard (URB).

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