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Congressman fights to keep Domtar and other manufacturing jobs in southwest Ohio

Congressman Mike Turner (OH-10) appeared before the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) this week to advocate for the Domtar employees and more broadly, the southwest Ohio community.

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Graphic Packaging Holding Company Announces Michelle Fitzpatrick as Company's First Chief Sustainability Officer

Most recently, Michelle served as the Global Sustainability Leader at The Chemours Company, one of the world's leading producers of titanium dioxide and has previously held roles within the Titanium Technologies business segment and the corporate remediation function.

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Nine Dragons scaling up wood pulp and fibre production following China ban

Nine Dragons Paper has revealed that it will have 3 million tonnes of wood pulp production capacity by 2023.

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Rengo opens Yodogawa logistics center in Japan

Rengo Co., Ltd. has opened Yodogawa Logistics Center in Fukushima-ku, Osaka-shi, Japan. Yodogawa Logistics Center is the Rengo Group's largest logistics center in the Kansai region, Japan, and is capable of storing approximately 20,000 tons of containerboard.

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Turkish firm wants to switch UPM Shotton paper mill to containerboard

A Turkish company plans to convert the Shotton paper mill in north Wales from newsprint to containerboard in an attempt to boost UK-based paper recycling.

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Kimberly-Clark Elects Deirdre Mahlan and Jaime Ramirez to its Board of Directors

Kimberly-Clark Corporation announced that it has elected Deirdre Mahlan and Jaime Ramirez to its board of directors, effective immediately. Ms. Mahlan and Mr. Ramirez each will serve on the company's Audit Committee.

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Kimberly-Clark Names Doug Cunningham to Lead its EMEA Consumer Business

Kimberly-Clark Corporation announced that Doug Cunningham, currently Managing Director of Kimberly-Clark Australia and New Zealand, has been named President of its EMEA consumer business, and report to Chairman and CEO Mike Hsu.

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Mayr-Melnhof Group appoints Päivi Suutari as new Managing Director of MM Kotkamills

The MM (Mayr-Melnhof) Group has appointed Päivi Suutari as the new Managing Director of MM Kotkamills. She will start in her role on October 1.

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Metsä Group to recruit 50 new specialists

Metsä Group is now inviting applications for its apprenticeship training programme that will begin in January 2022. Approximately 50 new jobs will be offered in its production units around Finland.

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Phoenix Paper completes recommissioning project for pulp dryer

Phoenix Paper finished a $5 million recommissioning project for its pulp dryer at its Wickliffe Mill. The addition of the pulp dryer will allow Phoenix Paper to more efficiently operate the back end of the mill, as well as add a secondary product of baled pulp.

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RR Donnelley plant in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania to close

RR Donnelley issued notice it would permanently close its Lewisburg plant in November, with an estimated 70 employees losing jobs.

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West Frasier announces production cuts

Due to wildfires in British Columbia, slowing orders for forest products, constraints on the availability of resins used in the manufacture of panel products, transportation service interruptions and overall inventory levels, West Fraser has adjusted output at its British Columbia SPF, US South SYP, North American OSB and Canadian plywood facilities by between 5% and 10% of available capacity over the first two months of the third quarter of 2021.

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Workplace shooting at West Fraser mill, no injuries reported

Worker was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault with a firearm, false imprisonment and improper exhibition of a dangerous firearm

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Conifex Temporarily Curtailing Mackenzie Lumber Production

Conifex Timber Inc. announced that it has made the difficult decision to temporarily curtail lumber production at its Mackenzie, British Columbia sawmill for two weeks commencing August 23, 2021.

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Fire at Georgia-Pacific facility

The Putnam County Fire Department ramped up to battle a sawdust fire Tuesday morning, Aug. 31, at the Georgia-Pacific facility just north of Palatka, even requesting assistance from neighboring Clay County.

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Fire at Port Alberni's Paper Excellence paper mill quickly extinguished

Walter Tarnowsky, in a statement, said "it was a minor fire that was extinguished by mill crews" and that there were no injuries.

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Fire breaks out in Georgia Pacific Big Island mill

Volunteer fire departments extinguished an industrial fire at the Georgia-Pacific Paper Mill Wednesday, Sept. 1.

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Kraft making line started up at Klabin's Puma Project in Brazil

A new kraftliner production line, PM 27, which was supplied by Valmet to Klabin, was successfully started up at Puma Project in Ortigueira, Paraná, Brazil.

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Large equipment fire breaks out at Resolute Forest Products facility

Thunder Bay firefighters and four pumper trucks responded Wednesday morning to what a spokesperson called a "stubborn" fire that heavily damaged a large piece of equipment in the Resolute sawmill wood yard.

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Metsä Tissue appoints Tobias Lüning as SVP, Central Europe

Metsä Tissue appoints Tobias Lüning as Senior Vice President, Central Europe. Tobias has previously held various leadership positions within Metsä Tissue, latest as Vice President Supply Chain, West und Country Manager Germany.

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Per Ivar Berg becomes new Managing Director at Norske Skog Saugbrugs

Per Ivar Berg (58) has been appointed new Managing Director at Norske Skog Saugbrugs AS from February 1, 2022.

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Resolute's Ignace Sawmill Employees Achieve 500,000-Hour Safety Milestone

Resolute President and Chief Executive Officer Remi G. Lalonde was joined by Ignace mayor, Penny Lucas; Reverend Jeanne Bryan, rector at Emmanuel Anglican Church; Heidi West, executive director, Mary Berglund Community Health Centre; Heather Norhaugen, a volunteer at Northern Critters in Need; as well as fellow executives and sawmill management and employees.

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Sonoco Warehouse in South Brunswick, N.J. Catches Fire for the Second Time in 2021

This past Friday, Aug. 27, a Sonoco warehouse on Stults Road in South Brunswick caught fire for the second time this year. The origins of the fire are unknown at this time and are under investigation by the South Brunswick Fire Safety Bureau.

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Update: Two recovering in burn unit after paper mill 'flash fire'

In the early morning hours of Wednesday, Aug. 18, an explosion rocked a relatively small building at Canton's Evergreen Packaging Paper Mill.

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Weyerhaeuser appoints Travis Keatley as SVP of Timberlands

Weyerhaeuser has announced the appointment of Travis Keatley as senior vice president of Timberlands, effective Sept. 13. Keatley has served as vice president of Western Timberlands for the company since January 2020, and his appointment follows the planned retirement of Adrian Blocker, who will stay on through mid-October to serve as a senior advisor and aid in the transition.

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