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Kimberly-Clark Announces Executive Leadership Changes

Kimberly-Clark Corporation announced executive leadership changes in support of its global business strategy.

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Stora Enso to globally exit dissolving pulp business

As a consequence of its strategic direction, Stora Enso is in the process of exiting the segment of dissolving pulp for viscose production globally.

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Boise Cascade Announces CFO Transition

Boise Cascade Company announced the transition of its Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Treasurer position. Wayne Rancourt has communicated his intent to retire effective May 14, 2021. Our Board of Directors has promoted Kelly Hibbs (current VP, Controller) to SVP, CFO and Treasurer, effective upon Wayne's retirement.

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Pregis announces two new Texas manufacturing facilities to support expansion and growth

Pregis is announcing two new manufacturing facilities in the Dallas area to support growing demand in the Southern region of North America.

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Södra's new facility for CLT soon ready - ten-fold capacity increase

Södra's new cross-laminated timber, CLT, is a fast mover in the market. For this reason, Södra is investing in a new facility that will increase the production capacity of timber frames ten-fold. The facility is expected to be commissioned in mid-2022.

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The BoxMaker Breaks Ground on Arkansas Packaging Plant

The BoxMaker, a leading Pacific Northwest manufacturer of corrugated packaging, broke ground on a new production plant in Lowell, Arkansas, on March 16, 2021 as part of a multi-million-dollar investment to effectively address growing demand across the country for digitally produced packaging and displays.

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Twin Rivers Paper Company Continues to Advance Strategic Initiatives with Newly Appointed Team Members

Following on the heels of Tony Mollica's appointment to CEO of Twin Rivers, the company continues to build on its play to win strategy with the announcement of six new, highly experienced cross-functional team members.

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First Quality Tissue announces expansion project, new tissue machine, 200 new jobs

First Quality Tissue in Anderson is moving forward with an expansion project that will create 200 jobs for the area, bringing the company's projected community impact to more than $400 million in the coming decades.

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Red Leaf Pulp Ltd. Reports Life Cycle Assessment of New Wheat Straw Based Pulp

The capital cost of the initial plant is approximately $300 million and will be funded by a combination of project debt, project equity, government funding and sponsors' equity contributed by Fortune 500 corporate partners who remain confidential at this time.

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Verso CFO says he's about ready to retire

Allen J. Campbell, the Chief Financial Officer of Verso Corporation ("Verso") has informed Verso of his intent to retire in 2021. Mr. Campbell and Verso have mutually settled upon June 30, 2021, as the date of his retirement. On March 5, 2021, the Compensation Committee of Verso's board of directors approved a retention arrangement to incentivize him not to retire before June 30, 2021.

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WestRock CEO Steven C. Voorhees to step down; David B. Sewell to be successor

WestRock Company announced that Steven C. Voorhees has decided to step down from his position as president and chief executive officer and a director of the Company for health reasons, effective March 15, 2021. In addition, the Company's Board of Directors announced that, following a comprehensive search as part of the Company's long-term succession processes, it has elected David B. Sewell to succeed Voorhees as WestRock's president and chief executive officer at that time.

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Michael King Appointed CEO of Pactiv Evergreen

Pactiv Evergreen Inc. announced that John McGrath has elected to retire as CEO of the company and has been succeeded by Michael King.

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New Green Bay Packaging mill set to open next week

At the groundbreaking, the company said the new mill would preserve 1,100 jobs, with another 200 more possibly to be added.

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Appvion closing Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania mill; 293 jobs lost

Appvion Inc. officials announced Monday they will close the Spring Mill, which has been operating since 1866, this spring and nearly 300 jobs will be lost.

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JobsOhio Awards $400,000 Grant to Burrows Packaging for Investments at Franklin and Mount Vernon Plants

JobsOhio has provided BurrowsTM with a $400,000 grant to invest in new machinery, equipment and infrastructure at its manufacturing plants in Franklin and Mount Vernon, Ohio.

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Historic Oregon paper mill demolished, redevelopment planned

Commercial Development Co. Inc., the St. Louis, Missouri-based company that purchased the mill from WestRock, began auctioning off heavy equipment, steam-generating machinery and other items last fall.

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Domtar President and CEO, John D. Williams, to return from Medical Leave of Absence following COVID-19 bout

Domtar Corporation announced that John D. Williams will return from temporary medical leave following having contracted the Covid-19 and is resuming authority and responsibility as President and Chief Executive Officer on Monday, March 1st, 2021.

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Ransomeware attack continuing to affect WestRock operations

As a result of this incident, shipments from some of the Company's facilities have lagged production levels. This gap is closing quickly as systems are restored.

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Metsä Board starts a development programme for its Kemi paperboard mill

The development programme will increase the mill's annual paperboard capacity by approximately 40,000 tonnes.

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U.S. natural gas prices explode on freezing weather

Paperitalo Publications CEO Jim Thompson has been calling mills this morning (15 Feb 21) and found general reports of widespread abnormal conditions due to the extremely cold weather. If the mills can get natural gas, they are slowed down, just trying to keep the mills from freezing up. Spot natural gas prices are as high as $300/mmBtu and purchased electricity is on curtailment in many places.

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Metsä Board starts pre-engineering for paperboard capacity expansion

The company has started pre-engineering for increasing the annual production capacity of folding boxboard machine BM1 at the Husum mill in Sweden by approximately 200,000 tonnes.

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Green Bay Packaging Inc. is Planning an Expansion With Their Acquisition of Third Dimension Inc.

The plan is to break ground this spring with a completion date in the fourth quarter of 2021.

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Verso Corporation Names Randy J. Nebel as President and CEO

Verso Corporation announced the appointment of Randy J. Nebel as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Nebel has served as interim President and Chief Executive Officer since October 2020 and has been a member of Verso's Board of Directors since November 2019.

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Domtar President and CEO John D. Williams to Take Temporary Medical Leave of Absence

Domtar Corporation announced that John D. Williams, President and Chief Executive Officer, has contracted the Covid-19 and is taking a temporary medical leave of absence.

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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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