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Cascades Announces the Closure of Tissue Manufacturing and Converting Activities at the Ransom and Pittston Plants, PA

Cascades Inc. announced that it will progressively and permanently close tissue production and converting operations at its Ransom and Pittston plants, located in Pennsylvania, between December 7 and January 31st of 2021.

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Mercer's Rosenthal am Rennsteig mill begins maintenance shutdown

This involves the scheduling of employee and contractor support, as well as creating a work scope and major footprint of the activities critical to ensure resources are in place in a safe, timely, and cost-effective manner.

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Stora Enso completes co-determination negotiations at Hylte Mill in Sweden

Stora Enso has completed the co-determination negotiations concerning the closure of one standard newsprint paper machine (PM3) and the deinking plant at Stora Enso's Hylte Mill in Sweden. The maximum personnel impact is 140 people.

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WestRock to Reduce SBS Capacity by Approximately 200,000 Tons

WestRock Company announced that it plans to reduce its solid bleached sulphate (SBS) mill system production capacity by 200,000 tons by shutting down one paper machine at its Evadale, Texas, mill.

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Wisconsin board votes against proposed Georgia-Pacific warehouse

The plan would generate over $600,000 in tax revenue.

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Worker death at West Fraser Hinton, B.C. pulp mill under investigation

An investigation is ongoing following the death of a worker at a Hinton, Alta. pulp mill on Monday, Oct. 5 that prompted a stop work order for a scaffolding contractor.

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DS Smith appoints Darren Littleboy as Group HR Director

Firefighters quickly extinguished a fire at a Pratt mill in Travis Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 29.

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Fire at Pratt mill

Firefighters quickly extinguished a fire at a Pratt mill in Travis Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 29.

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Fire at Sappi woodyard extinguished in Skowhegan

A handful of fire departments responded to a structure fire at Sappi North America woodyard just after 5 a.m Saturday, Sept. 19 in Skowhegan.

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Fire destroys sawmill at Katahdin Forest Products in Oakfield

A Sept. 16 fire at Katahdin Forest Products left one of its sawmill buildings totally destroyed, as well as most of the equipment inside it.

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Fire reported at Sofidel mill in Ohio

A four-alarm fire at the Sofidel tissue mill is being reported by news outlets. Fire personnel on the scene report two fires inside the C building at 3:50 p.m on Monday, Sept. 21.

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Firefighters douse flames at Domtar pulp mill

Kamloops Fire Rescue says there was minimal damage after a fire broke out within a building at the Domtar pulp mill on Sept. 11.

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Georgia-Pacific lays off 270 as disrupted natural gas supply halts containerboard production in Toledo, Oregon

Production of containerboard was halted at about 2 p.m. on Sept. 9 at the mill, Georgia-Pacific said in an email addressed to the community on Monday.

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IT Tech Packaging, Inc. Advances Additional Orders Negotiation with One of Its Top 5 Customers

IT Tech Packaging, Inc. announced that the Company is advancing negotiation with one of its top 5 customers, based in Shandong Province for orders of the paper products. The customer is currently ranked among the top 5 customers of the Company during the past couple of years.

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Kimberly-Clark Names John W. Culver to Board of Directors

Kimberly-Clark Corporation announced that John W. Culver was elected to its board of directors, effective immediately. Culver will serve on the company's Audit Committee.

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More layoffs at Maine Pixelle paper mill after blast

The owner of the Androscoggin paper mill is cutting another 51 jobs, bringing the total to 110 workers laid off since an explosion in April.

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Packaging Corp Evaluates Hurricane Impact on Louisiana Mill

Packaging Corporation of America PKG had ramped down its DeRidder containerboard mill operations before the arrival of Hurricane Laura.

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Roseburg Forest Products appoints Kara Herron as strategic marketing manager

Roseburg Forest Products announces that Kara Herron has joined the company as strategic marketing manager.

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Roseburg promotes Matthew Sally to eastern region Supply Chain & Logistics Manager

Roseburg Forest Products announces that Matthew Sally has been promoted to the role of Supply Chain & Logistics Manager for Roseburg's eastern region.

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Update: 2 die in fire at Evergreen Packaging mill in Canton, N.C.

An early morning fire Monday, Sept. 21, at the Evergreen Packaging paper mill has left two contract workers dead, according to a press release from Evergreen.

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Metsä Board launches a state-of-the-art Excellence Centre to accelerate paperboard and packaging innovation

Growing consumption and demand for more sustainable packaging is boosting the need for new innovations. To develop solutions for packaging today and into the future, Metsä Board, part of Metsä Group, has started up operations in its new Excellence Centre at the unique bioeconomy site in Äänekoski, Finland.

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Metsä Fiber's Kemi mill preparing for annual maintenance shutdown

The annual maintenance shutdown of Metsä Fiber's Kemi mill in Finland integrate will take place during week 38 (14-20 September).

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Metsä Spring appoints Annariikka Roselli as Development Manager

Metsä Spring has appointed Annariikka Roselli, Doctor of Science (Tech.), as Development Manager. She will be responsible for the area of wood-based textile fibres at Metsä Spring, focusing especially on R&D-related matters.

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Saica launches new Fresh Pack maintenance facility in UK

Saica Pack has established a new maintenance facility for its Fresh Pack customers.

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BC mill closing permanently

Surinder Ghog, the CEO of AP Group, blamed "disproportionately high property taxes" for the closure, which affects 70 employees. In 2019, the mill's tax bill went up by half a million dollars -- from $1.6 million in 2018 to $2.4 million.

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