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Lecta Introduces its New Adestor Laser 60 LB DFE Product

Södra is planning a new investment for its state-of-the-art pulp mill in Värö which will allow the mill to increase capacity yet further, in steps toward 850,000 tpy.

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Södra announces further expansion of Värö

Södra is planning a new investment for its state-of-the-art pulp mill in Värö which will allow the mill to increase capacity yet further, in steps toward 850,000 tpy.

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Clearwater Paper Reports Updated Second Quarter Guidance

Clearwater Paper Corporation announced a preliminary update to the company's previous outlook for second quarter 2020 Adjusted EBITDA of $45 to $55 million.

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Sonoco Implementing Tube & Core Scrap Return Subscription Service

Sonoco announced its Tube & Core North America division will implement a tube and core scrap return subscription service, effective July 1, 2020.

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Sodra's pine seedling sales increased in four years

In four years, the number of pine seedlings from Södra that are sold has risen from just over 3 million to just over 6 million.

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Sonoco increases costs for rigid paper products in North America

Sonoco announced it is increasing prices for all rigid paper containers and closures sold in North America by a minimum of 5.5 percent, effective with shipments on, and after, June 8, 2020.

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Paper Excellence says following malware attack, Catalyst Paper back "open for business"

In early March 2020, we informed you that our IT systems had been affected by malware. During this period, we faced some challenges running a manual operating system to fulfill our customer orders and commitments. Today, we have full visibility of our order fulfillment process and expect to return to the excellent customer service levels to which you are accustomed.

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U.S. Paper and Wood Products Industry Sets Record-High Levels of Tissue Production During COVID-19 Pandemic

Nearly 700,000 tons of tissue produced by U.S. mills in March, more than any other month since 2007.

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Truckers, loggers lose business after paper mill explosion

Pixelle Specialty Solutions' Androscoggin Mill is back in operation after a dramatic explosion but the loss of its pulp operation is going to hurt loggers and truckers.

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West Fraser Timber withdraws 2020 production outlook due to COVID-19

West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. says it is withdrawing its production outlook for the year due to the uncertain impact of measures to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Suzano expects to conclude talks on pulp price hike in China in coming days, CEO says

Brazilian pulp and paper company Suzano SA is likely to conclude talks on a pulp price hike in China in the second half of April, its chief executive told journalists in a call on Tuesday.

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Smurfit Kappa pulls final dividend over pandemic

Smurfit Kappa Group PLC said that it is no longer recommending a final dividend for 2019 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Greif, Inc. Implementing Price Increase for Uncoated Recycled Paperboard and Coated Recycled Paperboard

Greif, Inc. announced that it is implementing a $50 per ton price increase for all grades of uncoated recycled paperboard (URB), effective with shipments beginning May 18, 2020.

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SCA increases pulp price by $40

The new price on bleached softwood kraft pulp, $880 per tonne, is valid from May 1, 2020.

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Sonoco Implementing Price Increases for All Paperboard Tubes and Cores

Sonoco announced it is increasing prices for all paperboard tubes and cores sold in the United States and Canada by a minimum of 8 percent, effective with shipments on and after Wednesday, May 13, 2020.

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Boise Cascade to reduce plywood and EWP production over coming weeks

The company is planning reductions in plywood production of 25-35% and in EWP volumes of 20-40% depending on location, in comparison to 1Q levels. The reductions in production are expected to be implemented through a combination of periodic curtailments and reductions in operating schedules at specific facilities.

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IT Tech Packaging, Inc. Provides Updates on Tissue Paper Production

IT Tech Packaging, Inc. announced that its tissue paper production lines are now running at full production capacity to fulfill orders. The average selling price of tissue paper increased 8% from USD $836 per tonne to USD $903 per tonne in the first quarter, resulting from growing demand because of Covid-19.

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Mondi scraps dividend as lockdowns hit order book

Mondi will not pay a final dividend for 2019, it said on Thursday, as it cuts costs and capital spending after seeing a deterioration in its order book in Europe and South Africa from the end of March.

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Canfor Corporation Announces Additional COVID-19 Capacity Reductions

Canfor Corporation is undertaking additional temporary reductions in production capacity due to the impact of COVID-19 on the price of lumber and demand.

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Norske Skog curbs output at Saugbrugs and Tasman paper mills due to COVID-19 pandemic

Norske Skog ASA closely monitors the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and continuously implements adequate measures to reduce the risk for employees and ensure continuity of operations. Norske Skog adheres to the individual recommendations and measures taken by the national authorities.

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Interfor: Coronavirus leading to production cuts, capital expenditure reductions

Interfor has announced it will implement a number of initiatives in order to adjust its business to operating conditions being impacted by COVID-19.

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West Fraser Announces COVID-19 Pandemic Response Plan

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak West Fraser is taking steps to protect its employees and respond to changing market conditions.

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Port Hawkesbury Paper cutting wood deliveries due to declining markets, COVID-19

Nova Scotia's last major mill will curtail buying wood in April and scale back planned deliveries in May as it deals with ongoing market decline, compounded by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The move is the latest blow to a forestry industry struggling to maintain a toehold following the loss of its major player.

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Due to COVID-19. Norbord announces big production cuts

Norbord Inc. announced that effective March 30, it will commence reducing production across its portfolio of North American oriented strand board (OSB) mills in response to the demand impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Due to COVID-19 pandemic, Huhtamaki withdraws its outlook for 2020 for now

The COVID-19 pandemic is creating disturbance in Huhtamaki's global trading conditions and the demand for food-on-the-go packaging is being significantly impacted.

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