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Former Madison, Maine mill receiving equipment as timber tech firm preps for unique use

Significant progress has been made at the former Madison Paper Industries mill under its new leadership.

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SCA closes its last publication paper machine

Thursday February 25, at 7.07 am, SCA closed permanently paper machine LWC4 at Ortviken paper mill. With this, SCA's all production of publication paper has come to an end.

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International Paper's Board Elects Anton V. Vincent; Also Announces Retirement of Two Board Members

International Paper Company announced the election of Anton V. Vincent to its Board of Directors effective March 1, 2021.

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Rengo enters into MoU to support Taiko Paper in Japan

Rengo Co., Ltd. enters into a memorandum of understanding with Taiko Paper Mfg., Ltd. (TPM) to consider supporting the business reconstruction of TPM. TPM filed an application to commence corporate reorganization proceedings in the Tokyo District Court, Japan.

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SCA permanently closes paper machine at Ortviken paper mill in Sweden

SCA has decided to invest SEK 1.45 billion in the production of chemically pretreated thermomechanical pulp on the Ortviken industry site.

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Ennis Announces Organizational Changes for Manufacturing Operations

Effective immediately, Wade Brewer has been promoted to the position of Director of Manufacturing.

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Huhtamaki invests in new state-of-the-art manufacturing unit in Malaysia

In order to better serve its customers and respond to future growth of the sector in Southeast Asia, the company is transferring its Malaysian manufacturing base from Penang to Port Klang, Selangor State, the capital region of Malaysia.

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Spartanburg, S.C. LSC Communications plant to close, idle 401 workers

A longtime commercial printing company plans to close its eastside Spartanburg facility Feb. 18 and lay off 401 workers.

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Georgia-Pacific to Expand Dixie Capacity in Lexington, Ky.; Will Close Operations in Easton, Pa., End of 2021

Georgia-Pacific announced that it will expand its Dixie to Go/PerfecTouch® cup manufacturing capacity at the Lexington, Kentucky, Dixie facility. This will allow GP to scale its efforts and create a single, world-class manufacturing facility for cupmaking.

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Rayonier Advanced Materials Announces Interim Management Changes in its High Purity Cellulose and Pulp Businesses

Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. announced changes to the management structure in its High Purity Cellulose segment and Pulp business. Dr. Christoph Koenig will assume responsibility for all High Purity Cellulose sales, while Tomas Fernandez will assume responsibility for marketing and customer service, sustainability, high yield pulp and lignin sales, research and development, and other strategic growth initiatives.

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Cascades Announces That its Subsidiary Greenpac Mill, LLC Has Successfully Refinanced its Bank Debt

Cascades Inc. announced that its 86.3% owned subsidiary, Greenpac Mill, LLC ("Greenpac") has entered into an agreement to amend and restate its existing term loan and revolving credit facility that were scheduled to mature in May 2021. The amended credit facilities will mature in December 2023.

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Veritiv Corp. to expand restructuring plan, cost may hit $100M

On December 16, the Board of Directors of Veritiv approved an expansion of the restructuring plan previously announced on July 9.

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Amcor to close Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio label plant, cutting 108 jobs

Amcor Flexibles North America will permanently close its Akron, Ohio-area label-making plant in March, consolidating its operations with a plant in New York and eliminating 108 jobs.

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Norske Skog: Promising future for the Tasman mill and Nature's Flame

This is part of the ongoing strategic development process to transition the Tasman mill in New Zealand out of standard newprint production.

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SCA changes name from Paper to Containerboard

SCA is changing the name of its business area Paper to business area Containerboard as of January 1, 2021. Following the discontinuation of its publication paper operations during the first quarter, SCA's paper production will consist solely of packaging paper, a product with a stable and growing demand.

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Arjowiggins to restructure Scottish mill

Arjowiggins is to cut just over 70 jobs at its Stoneywood Mill in Scotland as the business, which was rescued from administration last year, battles the fallout from Covid-19.

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Cascades announces the closure of its Laval plant

Cascades Inc. announced that its Laval plant in Québec, specializing in the manufacture of napkins for the away-from-home market, will be closing on June 30, 2021.

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As revenue declines, Quad/Graphics closes four plants, eliminates 1,100 jobs in four states

The company closed printing plants in Taunton, Massachusetts; Charlotte, North Carolina; Portland, Oregon, and Riverside, California. The company previously ran two plants in Riverside and consolidated them into one facility, said spokeswoman Claire Ho.

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Demolition under way at Fort Frances Mill

After more than 100 years spent looking out over the town of Fort Frances, the old mill is coming down.

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Lawrence warehouse project withdrawn; Georgia-Pacific to look for new site in Green Bay, Wisconsin area

Georgia-Pacific LLC will seek another Green Bay area site to build a 1.1-million-square-foot warehouse after withdrawing its request to the town of Lawrence.

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ND Paper will lay off Rumford millworkers as it changes production focus

A company spokesperson confirmed there will be layoffs at the Rumford mill as it refocuses production to expand into packaging grades of paper as sales of other paper grades declined steeply due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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ND Paper Rumford Division Further Expanding into Packaging Grades

ND Paper, a leading North American producer of pulp, paper, and paper-based packaging, is implementing a series of transformations at its Rumford Division to further expand into packaging grades.

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Job cuts: UPM seeks efficiency improvement in UPM Raflatac and in global functions

As a result of the weakening world economic outlook as well as the COVID-19 related restrictive measures and their consequences, the uncertainty in UPM's market environment continues. To ensure future competitiveness, UPM keeps taking action to decrease fixed and variable costs in its businesses and functions.

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Norske Skog announces a strategic review process to reposition the Tasman newsprint mill in New Zealand

Norske Skog has announced to employees and stakeholders in New Zealand that due to the likely irreversible and rapid negative impact that COVID-19 has had on the newsprint industry in the region, the group has engaged in a broad process to identify alternative production options to reposition the Tasman newsprint mill at Kawerau industrial site in New Zealand.

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P. H. Glatfelter Company announces corporate name change

P. H. Glatfelter Company is changing the name of its parent company to Glatfelter Corporation. In addition, the company completed the construction of its previously announced new Corporate Headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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