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Mayr-Melnhof Karton AG announces realignment of cardboard and folding box production at the Hirschwang site

A comprehensive examination of the framework conditions has shown that it is not possible to continue production on the board machine in Hirschwang an der Rax, Lower Austria, economically.

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SCA intends to invest in pulp production and initiates consultations to discontinue publication paper

SCA intends to invest SEK 1,45bn in the production of chemically pre-treated thermo-mechanical pulp (CTMP) at the Ortviken paper mill in Sundsvall. In parallel, SCA is initiating consultations with trade unions and employee representatives to discontinue the production of publication paper at the mill.

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WARN Notice: Domtar to lay off 308 Kingsport employees effective October 8

308 workers will be affected by the repurposing of the Domtar Kingsport mill, according to the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

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Mohawk cuts announced

Mohawk has used this time to review our strategic goals and future vision for the company. As we look to celebrate our 90-year anniversary in 2021, we will be going back to our roots to focus on what we do best: making the most enduring and beautiful papers in the world.

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WestRock to close Somerset, Ky. container plant

The company will cease operations at the plant and let go of all 24 of the plant's employees on or around September 30.

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Cascades to close Ontario containerboard packaging facility

Cascades Inc. announced that it will close its Etobicoke, Ontario Containerboard packaging facility as part of the strategic repositioning of its Containerboard platform in Ontario and the Corporation's continuing global optimization initiatives.

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Greif to close Tonawanda, N.Y. industrial drum facility

Greif Inc. will close a Town of Tonawanda packaging manufacturing facility that the company has operated for 22 years.

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UPM Jyväskylä plywood mill to be permanently closed

UPM's Jyväskylä plywood mill will be permanently closed on July 31, 2020, UPM announced. The jobs cut will be 147.

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Lecta Group obtains all necessary conditions for implementation of recapitalization

Lecta Group announces that all necessary conditions precedent required for the implementation of Recapitalization have been obtained and it is expected that the Recapitalization Effective Date will be 16 July 2020.

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Sappi to close PM2 at its Stockstadt mill in Germany

Sappi Limited said the move will cumulatively remove capacity, reduce costs, improve machine utilization and increase competitiveness.

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Unifor urges Nova Scotia government to work with Northern Pulp to secure DIP financing

Unifor is urging the Nova Scotia government to work with Northern Pulp to secure Debtor-In-Possession (DIP) financing amid the company's restructuring.

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Union president: Sappi Westbrook mill will weather latest round of job cuts

Sappi's shutdown of the No. 9 paper machine and a biomass boiler -- and the resulting elimination of nearly 30% of the jobs at the Westbrook mill -- were a long time coming, union President Ron Rondeau said last Monday.

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UPM permanently closes its Chapelle newsprint mill

With the closure of the mill UPM will reduce a total of 240,000 tonnes of its newsprint paper capacity.

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Veritiv Corp. to restructure its business, cut 15% of salaried U.S. workforce

Veritiv Corp. reported it is launching a restructuring that will result in the reduction of its U.S. salaried workforce by approximately 15% across all business segments and corporate functions.

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BillerudKorsnäs simplifies its organizational structure

BillerudKorsnäs intends to implement a simplified organizational structure as of August 1, 2020. The new organization will be built along the business flow around three functional areas: Wood Supply, Operations and Commercial. In parallel, the resources for sustainability and innovation will be grouped in a common new function, Sustainability & Strategic Development.

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Norske Skog to invest Euro 350 million at mills in France and Austria

Norske Skog will take a major step in its continued transformation towards a growing and high-margin business by converting two newsprint paper machines into renewable containerboard production. The conversions at Golbey and Bruck will introduce 765,000 tonnes of competitive containerboard capacity to meet the growing demand for renewable packaging.

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UPM Plywood is planning to scale down plywood production in Finland

UPM Jyväskylä plywood mill employs 167 people.

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Cascades Announces Closure of the Brown Sheet Plant Facility as Part of the Corporation's Planned Optimization of its Ontario Containerboard Platform

Cascades Inc. announces the closure of the Brown Containerboard Packaging facility located in Burlington, Ontario, as part of the Corporation's continuing optimization initiatives for its Containerboard Packaging business.

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Graphic Packaging reports layoffs planned for June

Graphic Packaging has notified the Louisiana Workforce Commission of 56 planned layoffs in West Monroe.

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Norpac cuts staff, cuts production due to 'significant' change in orders

North Pacific Paper Co. in Longview has cut staff and curtailed production in response to a "significant, sudden change" in orders due to the coronavirus, company officials said.

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Rayonier Advanced Materials Board of Directors Elects De Lyle Bloomquist to Serve as its Chair

The Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. Board of Directors has elected De Lyle Bloomquist to serve as Chair of the Board. The Company previously announced the separation of the roles of Chair and Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

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Arauco to permanently close facility in South Carolina

Arauco will close its medium density fiberboard (MDF) production facility in Bennettsville, South Carolina May 18.

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LSC Communications files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

LSC Communications, Inc. and most of its U.S. subsidiaries has voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. LSC's subsidiaries in Mexico and Canada are not included in the court proceedings and will continue to operate in the normal course.

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Quad/Graphics furloughs employees, temporarily cuts salaries and suspends operations at several plants

Quad/Graphics Inc. said it has temporarily furloughed employees throughout the company and suspended operations at a number of its plants.

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Short-time working at Södra's harbour operations

Södra Skog is introducing short-time working at its harbour operations in Mönsterås. Due to a reduction in demand in the UK and the Republic of Ireland during the ongoing pandemic, Södra Wood has introduced short-time working at its production facility in Mönsterås and the harbour operations are affected as a consequence of this.

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