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International Paper subsidiary Sylvamo to put headquarters in East Memphis, Tennessee

International Paper subsidiary Sylvamo has chosen an East Memphis headquarters after being awarded a jobs Payment-In-Lieu-Of-Taxes inventive by the Economic Development Growth Engine for Memphis and Shelby County.

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CompanyBox Completes Major Expansion

CompanyBox, the Charlotte-based corrugated packaging company, reported a significant expansion in capacity and nationwide corrugated digital print solutions with the multi-million dollar investment in a second HP C500 press. The purchase adds to its robust suite of digital equipment and further strengthens capabilities for all sizes of business.

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Roseburg announces major new sawmill in North Carolina, 137 jobs

Roseburg Forest Products will expand its operations in the southeastern United States with the construction of a high-capacity lumber mill in the town of Weldon, N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper announced the project at a joint news conference with officials representing Roseburg, the state of North Carolina, Halifax County and the Town of Weldon.

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Truvant Opens New Facility in Indianapolis

Truvant, a global provider of high quality, scalable packaging and display solutions, recently opened a new facility in Indianapolis, Indiana. The latest expansion supports the growing Truvant company portfolio and increases its operational footprint to 15 facilities around the world.

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Domtar to Restart Paper Machine at Ashdown, Arkansas, Mill to Meet Customer Demand

After a period of time to ramp up production, the machine is expected to resume full operation in January 2022, allowing Domtar to add 185,000 tons of uncoated freesheet capacity to its manufacturing network.

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Green Bay Packaging cuts ribbon on Wisconsin's first new paper mill in 30 years

Green Bay Packaging ceremonially cut the ribbon on its new $500 million mill Thursday, June 17.

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Greif, Inc. Announces Chief Executive Officer and Board of Director Transition Plan

Greif, Inc., a global leader in industrial packaging products and services, announced today that Pete Watson will retire as Greif's President and Chief Executive Officer effective February 1, 2022. This announcement concludes a thoughtful and comprehensive, multi-year succession planning process. The Board of Directors has elected Ole Rosgaard to succeed Mr. Watson as President and Chief Executive Officer effective February 1, 2022. Mr. Rosgaard will serve as Chief Operating Officer of the Company until that time.

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Mercer: Taking Accountability through Woodroom Upgrades

In 2021, Mercer Celgar is embarking on a capital investment project to upgrade our existing woodroom. This project has a total cost of $31.4 million, of which $4.5 million is funded through Natural Resources Canada's Investments in Forest Industry Transformation (IFIT) program.

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Paper mill loan bill heads to Wisconsin governor's desk despite disagreement over whether federal funds can be used

The bill passed 63-35 in the Assembly and 20-12 in the Senate. It would allow the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation to provide a timber cooperative, which is made up of people throughout the timber industry in the state, a $50 million loan to purchase the Verso Mill in Wisconsin Rapids and a $15 million loan to purchase the Flambeau River Papers Mill in Park Falls.

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American Eagle Paper Mills Announces New Employee Owners

American Eagle Paper Mills announced today Allan Bobb, Machine Room Superintendent, and Colin Symons, Furnish Prep Manager, have become the first employees invited to the ownership team since the Mill reopened in 2003.

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Verso Corporation Names Brian D. Cullen Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Verso Corporation announced that Brian D. Cullen will become its Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer effective June 16, 2021.

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Clearwater Paper to lay off 290 employees with closure of Wisconsin facility

Clearwater Paper announced it's closing the Neenah mill that employs almost 300 people as the company takes a new direction.

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Former Georgia-Pacific CEO Correll passes away

Correll led Georgia-Pacific and was a philanthropist who left fingerprints around the state. He was called on by mayors, business leaders, and friends for help for a particular reason.

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WestRock announces sweeping leadership changes

WestRock Company announced the future retirement of Jeff Chalovich, president of Corrugated Packaging and chief commercial officer, after an incredible 23-year career with WestRock. Moving forward, WestRock has also announced an evolution of its commercial and operational leadership structure and team reporting to president and chief executive officer, David B. Sewell.

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Red Leaf Pulp Selects Regina, Saskatchewan as Location for $350 Million Wheat Straw Pulp Mill

Red Leaf Pulp Ltd., developer of a proprietary wheat straw-based pulp mill, announced the Company will locate its initial facility in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Company has secured properties on the west side of the City of Regina and will commence construction of the $350 Million facility in early 2022.

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Significant investments in 2020-2022 to improve Kotkamills' operations

Reducing carbon dioxide emissions, water protection, and using energy more efficiently are key targets of Kotkamills' strategy. In 2020, significant investments were made to improve the mill's energy efficiency. The aim is to complete the big project to reduce the wastewater treatment plant's load and the mill's carbon dioxide emissions by August 2021. Investment projects stretching also into 2022 have been launched.

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Louisiana-Pacific breaks ground on $150M conversion of New Limerick, Maine mill

Louisiana-Pacific Corp. said it will break ground this week on a $150 million conversion of its mill in New Limerick to turn out the company's flagship siding and trim product.

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Georgia-Pacific breaks ground on $300M production facility near Sweetwater, Texas

Georgia-Pacific broke ground on a state-of-the-art gypsum wallboard production facility near Sweetwater.

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PaperWorks Names Brian Janki as President & CEO

PaperWorks Industries, Inc. has announced the appointment of Brian Janki to the posts of President & CEO and member of the Board of Directors effective May 10, 2021. Mr. Janki replaces C. Anderson "Andy" Bolton.

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Domtar Expanding to Become a Leading Airlaid Nonwovens Provider

Domtar Corporation announced it will expand its Jesup, Georgia based Engineered Absorbent Materials (EAM) facility. The project will play an integral role in helping the company grow its position as a leading global absorbent materials and technology business offering fluff pulp and airlaid nonwoven materials.

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Whiting Paper Mill fire 'not caused by act of nature', investigators say

The fire broke out at the mill during the evening of May 2. It caused widespread damage to the former mill, leaving the building unstable and causing concerns that it would fully collapse. A few days after the fire, crews began to demolish the building out of safety concerns.

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Huhtamaki invests in new fiber packaging capacity in South Africa

Huhtamaki, a global key advanced manufacturer of sustainable packaging solutions, is setting up a new manufacturing unit in KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa to serve its existing and new egg packaging customers in the KwaZulu-Natal area with a broad range of locally produced packaging solutions.

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Verso Wisconsin Rapids Mill Fire May Have Been Sparked by Lightning

Verso Corporation has released a statement saying they believe Tuesday's fire at their idled Wisconsin Rapids mill may have started with a lightning strike.

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Demolition of Menasha's Whiting Paper Mill has begun due to safety concerns

On Tuesday sections of the historic Whiting Paper Mill building in Menasha started to be demolished. But city leaders say the potential changes coming to the lakefront property could benefit the community.

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Drax begins construction the first of three new pellet plants in Arkansas

Drax Group will begin constructing the first of three new "satellite" pellet plants in Arkansas. The plants are together expected to produce around 120,000 metric tons of sustainable biomass pellets a year from sawmill residues, supporting the renewable energy company's plans to increase self-supply to its power station in the UK.

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