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2 PCA employees sent to hospital after fire reported at Anderson County, S.C. facility

The fire was reported at the Packaging Corporation of America on Belton-Honea Path Highway, according to the Honea Path Fire Chief Jimmy Smith. Smith said two employees were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation.

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Canfor to close sawmill, curtail pulp production citing B.C. policy changes

Canfor has announced it is permanently closing its Polar sawmill in Bear Lake, B.C., shutting a production line at its Northwood Pulp Mill in Prince George, and suspending its "planned reinvestment" in Houston, B.C.

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Crews spend hours battling fire at Huhtamaki warehouse in Winslow, Maine

The building was filled with stacks of shredded paper that were burning, making it difficult to isolate the source of the fire.

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Fatality at Weyerhaeuser facility in Mississippi

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office and Bruce Police are working together to determine what happened.

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Georgia-Pacific Announces Closure of Milan, Michigan Corrugated Facility

Georgia-Pacific announced on May 6, 2024, to its employees at the Milan corrugated plant that the facility will permanently close by July 6. During the next 60 days, operations will continue at the plant before a safe and orderly shutdown begins.

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Graphic Packaging to lay off 73 workers, close Memphis plant in July

According to the WARN notice, Graphic Packaging will permanently lay off 73 workers July 9-23.

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North Jersey printing services firm RRD to lay off 201, second largest total in NJ in 2024

R.R. Donnelley, or RRD, is letting go of 201 employees at its West Caldwell location, which they will be closing, according to a notice filed with the New Jersey Department of Labor.

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Sustana acquires fiber drying equipment for its De Pere, Wisconsin, facility

Since its establishment, the De Pere mill has specialized in the production of wet lap fiber, with the capability of producing 450 tons per day of quality sustainable fiber.

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Ahlstrom launches consultation process to divest or close its Bousbecque plant in France

The Bousbecque plant in the north of France focuses on producing parchment specialty materials. There is overcapacity in parchment and increasing competition. The plant has an annual capacity of approximately 12,000 tons and has 117 employees.

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Boise Cascade Announces Promotion of Chris Forrey

Chris joined Boise Cascade in 2005 and was promoted to his most recent role of Senior Finance Director in March 2022, where he has led the tax, financial reporting, accounts payable, and financial systems teams. He has also been a key contributor to the investor relations and M&A efforts for the Company.

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Employee at International Paper Coosa mill hospitalized following accident

Kelly Trumbo, communications manager with International Paper, confirmed there was an incident on-site Wednesday evening where a team member was injured and transported to a local hospital.

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Heinzel Group may discontinue operations at Raubling Papier mill in Germany

The situation of Heinzel Group subsidiary Raubling Papier GmbH in Germany continues to be characterized by a persistently difficult market environment and challenging economic conditions.

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Interfor Announces Lumber Production Curtailments Across All Regions of North America

The temporary curtailments will impact all of Interfor's operating regions, including the US South, through a combination of reduced operating hours, prolonged holiday breaks, reconfigured shifting schedules and extended maintenance shut-downs.

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Metsä Group integrates maintenance operations of its plywood and Kerto LVL mills to its own organisation

At present, the maintenance of the company's plywood and Kerto LVL mills has been outsourced to the industrial maintenance company Quant.

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No injuries following fire at McKinley paper mill

Firefighters were dispatched at 9:25 p.m. Monday to an area between the lagoon and the mill where 15 refrigerator-sized bales of cardboard were on fire, according to a Port Angeles Fire Department press release.

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Richard Meyer Appointed as New Sales Director at Willamette Falls Paper Company

Rich is based in Illinois and has worked for Resolute Forest Products, Progressive Converting, Pactiv Evergreen, and Liberty Packaging representing coated, uncoated, packaging, and specialty papers.

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The nomination committee's proposal for Södra's AGM in 2024

Södra's election committee now presents its proposal for the board and chairman. Magnus Hall is proposed to be re-elected as chairman of the board and Håkan Larsson is proposed to be elected as a new member of Södra's board.

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Tim Kirchen appointed Executive Vice President, UPM Raflatac and member of the Group Executive Team

UPM Raflatac's RafCycle™ recycling service recently won the 2024 Innovator Award for Innovation in a Recovery Technology or Practice at the Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC) Impact event.

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Change in Huhtamaki's Global Executive Team

Marina Madanat, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, and a member of the Huhtamaki Global Executive Team, has decided to leave Huhtamaki to pursue other career opportunities.

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Change in Stora Enso's Group Leadership Team

Stora Enso appoints Tuomas Hallenberg as Executive Vice President of the Forest division and a member of the Group Leadership Team (GLT).

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Fire at Weyerhaeuser facility

Crews extinguished the fire quickly before it extended to the building or other equipment.

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FRA Announces Interim President

The Board of Directors of the Forest Resources Association (FRA) has named Tim O'Hara Interim President. Mr. O'Hara succeeds Keith Gray, who has resigned from his position as President of the Association.

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Kruger temporarily suspends production at Corner Brook Pulp and Paper over steam issue

Corner Brook Pulp and Paper said Friday, April 5, that it was temporarily halting operations at its western Newfoundland mill.

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Menasha Packaging Continues Investment Plan with Highcon's Third Digital Die Cutting Purchase and Joining Vulcan Foundation Customer Program

Highcon announced that Menasha Packaging has placed an order for a Highcon Beam 2C digital die cutting system for corrugated production, to be installed at a North American site.

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Police reports shed light on fatality at Georgia-Pacific Camas paper mill

Police reports filed in the wake of a March 8 fatality inside the Georgia-Pacific paper mill in Camas, shed light on what may have happened in the moments leading up to the death of 32-year-old mill employee Dakota Cline.

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