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More production cuts for Canfor

Canfor Pulp Products Inc. is announcing the curtailment of Prince George Pulp and Paper and Intercontinental Pulp for approximately four weeks starting July 6, 2020.

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Smurfit Kappa chief reveals virus has killed five workers

Five employees in Smurfit Kappa's 46,000-strong workforce have died from Covid-19.

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Park Falls, Wisc. to loan $1 million to reopen mill

The mill has been idle since November when Niagra Worldwide purchased the property and assets at scrap prices for $2.2 million after Flambeau River Papers put the mill into a receivership saga that lasted over six months.

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OSHA inspection at Pixelle Jay, Maine paper mill continuing

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is continuing its inspection of the Pixelle Specialty Solutions LLC paper mill that was heavily damaged in an explosion April 17.

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Cenveo Henrico, Va. facility closing permanently, laying off 184 workers

A printing company with a local history that goes back more than 100 years is closing its Henrico County plant and laying off 184 employees.

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Resolute Forest Products lays off more than 1,000 because of COVID-19

Resolute Forest Products Inc. is temporarily laying off more than 1,000 workers mainly in Quebec because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Twin Rivers appoints former CEO Tim Lowe as interim president and CEO; Bob Snyder steps down again

Twin Rivers Paper has once again announced a leadership change. President and CEO Bob Snyder will retire from Twin Rivers effective immediately, and Tim Lowe has been appointed by the Board of Directors to assume his role in an interim capacity.

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Domtar Provides Update on Capacity Reduction Plan to Address Ongoing COVID-19 Business Conditions

Domtar plans to temporarily idle the operations of its Hawesville, Kentucky, mill beginning May 5th 2020.

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Pixelle Specialty Solutions Resumes Paper Manufacturing Operations in Jay, Maine

On April 22, 2020, the Pixelle Specialty Solutions mill in Jay, ME restarted two of its paper machines. The A4 and A5 machines are now running 24x7 and customer service and sales personnel are taking orders from customers.

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Graphic Packaging to close Michigan mill, Louisiana containerboard machine

Graphic Packaging has revealed plans to close White Pigeon, Michigan coated recycled board (CRB) mill and PM1 containerboard machine in West Monroe, Louisiana.

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Investigation begins into cause of Pixelle paper mill blast

The mill was shut down indefinitely as elation over the stunning news that that no one was harmed shifted to worries Thursday about the future of the mill that employs 500 people and is the town's largest taxpayer.

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Swanson Group plywood mill laying off 300 workers in Douglas County, Oregon due to coronavirus

The Swanson Group is laying off 300 workers from its plywood mill in Glendale and cutting the pay of those still working due to a shortage of orders, as businesses grind to a halt during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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DuPont employee dies of COVID-19, 4 others test positive

A DuPont employee has died due to COVID-19 complications and four other employees have tested positive at the facility in Chesterfield.

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Sappi board, regional leaders agree to paycut, zero incentive bonus

Sappi's board of directors and the group and regional leadership teams from Europe, North America and Southern Africa have volunteered to take a 10% reduction in salaries or fees for the three months ending June 30.

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Citing Northern Pulp closure, Nova Scotia sawmill to shut down, throwing 150 out of work

The mill was shut down indefinitely as elation over the stunning news that that no one was harmed shifted to worries Thursday about the future of the mill that employs 500 people and is the town's largest taxpayer.

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West Fraser enters into $150 million committed revolving credit facility

West Fraser Timber has obtained from a syndicate of lenders an additional $150 million committed revolving credit facility.

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Georgia-Pacific employee dies due to COVID-19

He was 58 years old.

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COVID-19: Mondi adapts production line in Germany to make much-needed face mask components

Mondi is committed to playing its part to produce important supplies and components during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Anthony Pratt to spend $1 million funding the trial of two drugs that may treat COVID-19

Australia's richest man Anthony Pratt has donated $1million to fund the trial of two drugs that may help patients suffering from COVID-19.

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Louisiana-Pacific Says Reduced 2020 Capital Expenditure Plans By 50%

LP Building Solutions announced adjustments to operating schedules, reductions in capital expenditures, and steps to enhance an already strong balance sheet. LP also announced amended guidance consistent with these plans and the uncertainties surrounding the impact of COVID-19, governmental responses, and subsequent economic recovery.

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Canfor Pulp Products Inc. Announces COVID-19 Response Measures, With Production and Spending Cuts

Canfor Pulp Products Inc. is announcing actions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic uncertainty.

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Due to COVID-19, Sappi has declared force majeure on the Vulindlela expansion and upgrade project at its Saiccor Mill

Sappi has declared force majeure on the Vulindlela expansion and upgrade project at its Saiccor Mill in alignment with the South African Government's declaration of a nation-wide lockdown to combat the COVID-19 Epidemic.

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Lecta halts production at Italy mill due to coronavirus

Lecta says it has decided to stop production at the Cartiere del Garda woodfree coated paper mill in Italy amid the rising number of coronavirus infections in Europe and related industrial and logistical issues. Operations are to be stopped 19 March at the end of the second shift and the downtime is scheduled to last until 25 of March.

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"Extensive damage" following blaze at International Paper mill

Investigators were back on the scene Monday, March 16, to determine the origin of an early morning fire that caused extensive damage to the International Paper mill in Coosa.

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Fischer Paper Products on track to move into new local headquarters in July

Work is progressing on a new headquarters of Fischer Paper Products, an Antioch-based paper packaging company for which the Village Board approved incentives worth $3.5 million last year to keep it in town.

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