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Fatality confirmed at Interfor facility in Oregon

A worker at Interfor Corp.'s Gilchrist sawmill, in northern Klamath County, died following injuries sustained after a fall while he was on the job, according to Andrew Horahan, vice president of western operations at Interfor.

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Fortress Announces Release of $3.4 Million in Restricted Cash

These funds will be used to secure additional wood fibre inventory for the Fortress Specialty Cellulose mill (the "FSC Mill").

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Man Airlifted After Suffering Burn Injuries At International Paper In Cantonment, Fla.

A man was airlifted to the hospital after being burned at International Paper in Cantonment.

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No injuries after an explosion at the Roseburg Forest Products facility in Louisiana

Lincoln Parish Sheriff deputies and firefighters responded to an explosion call at the Roseburg Forest Products Plant in Simsboro.

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No production time lost at Port Hawkesbury Paper despite fire

Port Hawkesbury Paper did not lose any production time despite a fire in one of its massive wood silos last month, a company official says.

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Paper Excellence announces it will curtail Powell River, BC, paper mill

Catalyst Powell River has announced a temporary 17-day curtailment of its paper operations in Powell River.

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Sonoco employee badly hurt on the job

A maintenance employee with Sonoco of Hartsville is in the hospital Wednesday (3 July) with a severe arm injury after being hurt on the job, according to Sonoco Director of Corporate Communications and Investor Relations Brian Risinger.

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Amsterdam packaging plant, Queensbury graphics plant to close

An Amsterdam-based printing company is cutting 88 jobs in Queensbury and an Atlanta-based packaging company is cutting 57 jobs in Amsterdam, state regulatory notices indicate.

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Canfor Pulp Temporarily Curtailing NBSK Pulp Production this Summer

This is due to a significant deterioration in market conditions, in combination with fibre supply constraints and higher fibre costs resulting from recent sawmill curtailments across the BC industry.

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Injured firefighters expected to be released today after fire at Port Hawkesbury Paper

Two firefighters had to be rushed to hospital after working to put out a blaze at Port Hawkesbury Paper in Point Tupper, N.S.

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Norbord's High Level, Alberta OSB mill resumes production
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Södra: SEK 8.8 million to research projects

The funding was awarded to projects including process development in the pulp industry, recycling textiles and controlling pulpwood flows.

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Stora Enso Readies to Expand Cost Cuts

Stora Enso Oyj is working to shield profits from chillier trade winds blowing in the global economy, according to Chief Executive Officer Karl-Henrik Sundstrom.

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Worker injured on Weyerhaeuser land in Oregon

A logger was injured in a logging accident Tuesday (16 June) on private timberland east of Eugene.

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'Positive' talks on future of Arjowiggins mills

Trade union representatives have welcomed talks with a management team to acquire Arjowiggins Fine Papers' Stoneywood and Chartham mills after negotiations with a preferred bidder broke down earlier this month.

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An accord is reached: McKinley Paper Co., local union agree to labor contract

McKinley Paper Co. has reached agreement with the Association of Western Pulp and Paper Workers Local 155 on a new labor deal that will be in effect once McKinley opens its Ediz Hook paper mill, company and union officials said earlier this month.

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Canfor Pulp Temporarily Curtailing Taylor BCTMP Mill

Canfor Pulp Products Inc. announced it will be temporarily curtailing operations at its BCTMP mill in Taylor, British Columbia (BC) from June 29 through August 5, 2019, due to a combination of weaker market conditions and short-term fibre constraints resulting from industry-wide sawmill curtailments in the BC Interior.

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Cause of Massive Fire at Iconic Paper Mill Remains a Mystery

Officials say they can't determine what caused a massive blaze that destroyed a landmark paper mill in northern New Jersey and toppled its iconic sign earlier this year.

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DS Smith says stocking up on spare parts ahead of Brexit

Packaging products maker DS Smith Plc said on Thursday that it had made plans for contingency stocking of spare parts as it readies for Britain's planned exit from the European Union, but expected disruption to its operations to be "relatively contained".

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Fire at Ahlstrom-Munksjo facility in Kentucky

Madisonville Fire Department crews were called out 2:24 p.m. May 31 to Ahlstrom-Munksjo.

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Fire at Monadnock Paper Mills

Firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire at Monadnock Paper Mills in Bennington Thursday morning (June 6) around 9:45 a.m.

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Firefighters respond to Verso in Wisconsin Rapids

A fire that started in the blower room at Verso Corp. on Monday didn't affect the company's operations, according to the fire chief.

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Mondi introduces the first all-in-one customer platform for paper sacks worldwide

It is the first all-in-one digital customer platform available in the paper sack industry worldwide.

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Reports: Flambeau River Papers mill in Park Falls, Wisconsin abruptly stops production, tells employees to stay home

In a statement on Monday, the court-appointed receiver, Madison bankruptcy lawyer Rebecca DeMarb, blamed a paper customer for the closure.

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Waco, Texas firefighters respond to fire at Sonoco facility

The Waco Fire Department said a fire broke out at the Sonoco Flexible Packaging building Monday morning, June 3.

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