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UPM Plywood is planning to restructure its organization and scale its operations

UPM Plywood is planning to restructure its organization and scale its operations to meet the reduced production capacity and the deteriorating market situation. The company will begin employee negotiations involving 262 salaried employees in the staff and global functions, in the sales offices and in the Finnish mills.

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Stora Enso to close down paper machine at Anjala production unit in Finland

Stora Enso plans to consolidate its book paper production and permanently close one of the two paper machines at Anjala in Finland. The Group will start change negotiations concerning all employees at the integrated Anjalankoski site.

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Tolko's Kamloops mill will reduce shifts

The changes take effect starting in April.

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UPM plans capacity reduction in Schongau and accelerates its exit plan in Steyrermühl

UPM plans to adapt its uncoated publication paper capacity to a long-term profitable customer demand. The capacity reductions are planned to take place in Germany and Austria.

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$700K in property tax refunds due after N.B. retracts assessment increases on 2 forestry mills

J.D. Irving Ltd. and Twin Rivers Paper Company have 2021 and 2022 assessments cut on two mills.

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Canfor hopes for quick solution to repurpose Taylor mill site

'A good facility in a good location,' says Canfor Pulp president.

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LSC reorganizes operations

LSC Communications-MCL announced that it has reorganized operations to strengthen its ability to serve the rapidly changing needs of its customers. The magazine and catalog printing unit will now go to market as three brands: ENRU™Logistics and Postal Optimization, KODI Collective™ Marketing Execution Services, and LSC™ Print Solutions.

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More than 200 to lose jobs as Quad magazine print plant announces closure

The impending Merced, California, plant closure and subsequent capacity reduction is a reflection of the overall market decline in the retail advertising insert and publication printing markets.

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Nippon Paper's Australian subsidiary to cease graphic paper production

With the withdrawal from the graphic paper business, Opal will focus on the packaging business, which is expected to grow in the future, and will strengthen its integrated packaging supply strategy in Oceania by transitioning the Maryvale Mill into a sustainable packaging paper mill.

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Georgia-Pacific closing facility in Texas

Georgia-Pacific has scheduled the official retirement of its Quanah Acme Gypsum plant for March 1, 2023. In 2020, Georgia-Pacific announced it would be retiring the Acme plant and shifting production to other company facilities. Since then, the plant has been fully operational, producing the company's variety of gypsum products.

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UFP Industrial Changes Name to UFP Packaging

To better reflect its business focus and opportunity, UFP Industrial, LLC, a leading supplier of total packaging solutions, packaging logistics support and OEM components, and a subsidiary of UFP Industries, Inc. (Nasdaq: UFPI), is changing its name to UFP Packaging, LLC. The change is effective February 1, 2023.

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After Illinois company LSC Communications closes 2 central Pa. plants, it will move work from those facilities to locations in Minnesota and Indiana

LSC Communications, which is closing two plants in Lancaster County, and will lay off about 656 people, will move the work at those two locations to its long-run print facilities in Maple Grove, Minnesota and Warsaw, Indiana.

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Kruger Products to shut down older production assets in Memphis

The 165 employees impacted by this decision will receive severance and employment transition support.

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Ahlstrom to redesign and renew Business Platform to support new strategy and operating model

Ahlstrom will start a strategic transformation program "Stella" to redesign and renew its business platform. This will greatly benefit Ahlstrom's way of doing business by utilizing data and the opportunities for further digitalization.

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Cascades announces the permanent shutdown of the corrugator at its Belleville, Ontario facility

The shutdown will impact 31 of the 106 employees.

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Rengo subsidiaries Kato Danboru and Sanwa Danboru to stop corrugated board production

Rengo Co., Ltd. announces that its consolidated subsidiaries, Kato Danboru Co., Ltd.'s Noda Plant and Sanwa Danboru Co., Ltd., have decided to cease operation of their outdated corrugators and remove them at the end of September 2022.

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Ahlstrom-Munksjö to operate under business name Ahlstrom

Ahlstrom-Munksjö has started to operate under the business name Ahlstrom as of October 3, 2022. The company has completed the ownership reorganization of its Decor business and thus proceeded with its plan, announced in May 2022, to change its name to Ahlstrom. The divested Decor business continues as an independent company under the well-recognized Munksjö name.

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Stora Enso Oyj: Jiashan site to terminate operations in China

The site has been producing consumer packaging and belongs to division Packaging Solutions. The existing operations are moving to Wujin and Dongguan sites. The last day of operations at Jiashan site will be October 21, 2022.

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Essity presents new organization and changes to the Executive Management Team

To strengthen its competitiveness and increase efficiency, Essity is announcing the following changes to its organizational structure and Executive Management Team, valid as of December 31, 2022.

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Mativ Announces Relocation of Atlanta-Area Headquarters

Mativ Holdings, Inc., a global leader in specialty materials, today announced the planned relocation of its corporate headquarters to a new location in Alpharetta, Georgia. Mativ is a ~$3 billion manufacturer of critical components and engineered solutions, the result of the successfully completed merger between Neenah, Inc. and Schweitzer-Mauduit International, Inc.. The move will enable the company to further enhance its employee experience, innovation and customer support.

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Resolute Announces Ratification of Collective Agreement at Eight Sawmills in Quebec

Resolute Forest Products Inc. announces the ratification of a four-year labor agreement with the Unifor union covering 1,000 employees working in eight of the company's Quebec sawmills, following an agreement-in-principle reached on July 15.

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Charlotte Kaiser, Former Head of NatureVest, Joins the BTG Pactual Timberland Investment Group, LLC to Lead New Impact Initiatives

Charlotte Kaiser has joined the BTG Pactual Timberland Investment Group (TIG) as the firm's first Head of Impact Finance.

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Ahlstrom-Munksjö accelerates the pace of strategy execution to become the preferred sustainable specialty materials company

Ahlstrom-Munksjö now takes the next step in its strategy execution. Through a clearly defined purpose, sharper strategic focus and ambitious sustainability targets, the company is accelerating its pace of execution with the vision to become the Preferred Sustainable Specialty Materials Company. Following the ownership reorganization of its Decor business, estimated to be completed by the end of the third quarter of 2022, Ahlstrom-Munksjö plans to change its business name to Ahlstrom.

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Paper Excellence Port Alberni mill switches from print paper to food packaging

Paper Excellence is in the process of switching from primarily making newsprint and writing paper to food packaging at its Catalyst mill in Port Alberni, and is getting some help from the federal government to make the switch.

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Ahlstrom-Munksjö: Reorganization of Decor business ownership

Ahlstrom-Munksjö Holding 3 Oy's Board of Directors has agreed an ownership reorganization plan under which the production assets, debts, and liabilities relating to its Decor business will be transferred from Ahlstrom-Munksjö Holding 3 Oy, without liquidation, to a newly formed company that will be named Munksjö.

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