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Ponderay Newsprint mill closure involves 148 permanent layoffs, state says
Ponderay Newsprint mill closure involves 148 permanent layoffs, state says

Washington's Employment Security Department on Tuesday confirmed the Ponderay Newsprint Co. paper mill in Usk is permanently shutting down and laying off 148 workers.

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Domtar's Kingsport mill to be idled through end of August
Domtar's Kingsport mill to be idled through end of August

Kingsport's Domtar paper mill will continue to be idled by the COVID-19 pandemic through the end of August, the mill's manager told the Kingsport Economic Development Board on Tuesday.

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Recycled pulp mill planned in Northeast United States
Recycled pulp mill planned in Northeast United States

A $125 million recycled paper pulp mill in Pennsylvania will source more than 500,000 tons per year of mixed paper and OCC. The facility will ship its product to China.

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Packaging Corp.: Jackson Mill Operations To Remain Temporarily Idled
Packaging Corp.: Jackson Mill Operations To Remain Temporarily Idled

Packaging Corporation of America (PKG) said both paper machines and a majority of the converting operations at the Jackson, Alabama mill would continue to be temporarily idled during the months of July and August.

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DS Smith producing recycled cardboard cutout sports fans to fill empty stadiums
DS Smith producing recycled cardboard cutout sports fans to fill empty stadiums

DS Smith, a provider of sustainable corrugated packaging, has readied production of fully recyclable "replacement" fans, made from recycled cardboard, for use at U.S. sports arenas forced to limit attendance.

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Equipment fire at Resolute facility destroys loader
Equipment fire at Resolute facility destroys loader

The fire threatened a nearby building and wood supply and was difficult to extinguish due to large amounts of fuel and hydraulic fluid.

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Attorney: Verso buyer search 'exhausted,' cleanup continues
Attorney: Verso buyer search 'exhausted,' cleanup continues

According to an email received by Del. Gary Howell on Monday, representatives for Verso Corporation say they have "exhausted" efforts to find a buyer for the shuttered Luke mill, but will continue to work toward slowing the seepage of black liquor into the Potomac.

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	 Mondi invests 7 million euros to upgrade paper bag facility in Hungary
Mondi invests 7 million euros to upgrade paper bag facility in Hungary

Mondi has successfully completed the implementation of a new state-of-the-art paper sack converting machine at its Nyíregyháza site in Hungary.

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Klabin operates Brazil's first folding truck
Klabin operates Brazil's first folding truck

This innovative truck was built by the Forestry Unit, which brought the technology from Australia and, in partnership with a specialist company, deployed it in the company's truck, adapting it to the area's daily routine. Initially, the truck will operate together with the traditional fleet but in the test phase.

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Ahlstrom-Munksjö launches sustainable
Ahlstrom-Munksjö launches sustainable "from Plastic to Purpose" campaign with launch of CelluSnack™ Papers

CelluSnack™ snack papers boast sustainable features and shelf presence, while offering grease and oil resistance with renewable properties. CelluSnack™ papers drive sustainable food packaging differentiation in today's marketplace.

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Ilim Group to plant over 6.5 million seedlings
Ilim Group to plant over 6.5 million seedlings

As part of its annual reforestation efforts in 2020, Ilim Group will plant trees in an area covering 55,000 ha in the Irkutsk and Arkhangelsk regions, Russia, using over 6.5 million seedlings and 4 tons of pine and spruce tree seeds. The number of seedlings planted grows every year.

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Georgia-Pacific to lay off 100 at Oregon mill
Georgia-Pacific to lay off 100 at Oregon mill

Citing the "same fluctuating economic conditions that prompted the mill's temporary closure May 21-27," GP expects to stop operation of two of the mill's three paper machines starting July 13 for seven to 10 days.

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Environment groups urge Nippon Paper to scrap Victorian timber from supply chain
Environment groups urge Nippon Paper to scrap Victorian timber from supply chain

More than 40 environment groups have called on Japan's Nippon Paper Group to remove timber logged in Victoria's native forests from its supply chain in the aftermath of bushfires and a landmark judgment that found a government forestry agency repeatedly breached conservation regulations.

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Georgia-Pacific mill in Perry, Fla. laying off 150 workers
Georgia-Pacific mill in Perry, Fla. laying off 150 workers

Georgia-Pacific's mill in Perry will be laying off 150 employees, the company confirmed on Wednesday.

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DS Smith showcases Circular Design Principles to help eliminate packaging waste
DS Smith showcases Circular Design Principles to help eliminate packaging waste

DS Smith was joined by its global partner the Ellen MacArthur Foundation for a virtual event to explore the packaging company's brand-new Circle Design Principles.

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Conifex Timber to restart operations at Mackenzie, B.C. sawmill on July 6 on two-shift
Conifex Timber to restart operations at Mackenzie, B.C. sawmill on July 6 on two-shift

Conifex Timber Inc. announced that at its annual general and special meeting of shareholders held on June 22, 2020, all management nominees were elected as directors of the company.

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Ponderay Newsprint shuts down paper mill in Usk, Washington
Ponderay Newsprint shuts down paper mill in Usk, Washington

The Ponderay Newsprint Co. has indefinitely shut down its paper mill in the small town of Usk, likely dealing a major blow to the economy of rural Pend Oreille County.

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Södra announces further expansion of Värö
Södra announces further expansion of Värö

Södra is planning a new investment for its state-of-the-art pulp mill in Värö which will allow the mill to increase capacity yet further, in steps toward 850,000 tpy.

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Metsa Fibre to begin project engineering for its bioproduct mill in August 2020
Metsa Fibre to begin project engineering for its bioproduct mill in August 2020

This means the detailed engineering of the mill's technology, civil construction, MEI installations and commissioning, as well as preparation for the project's construction phase.

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	 International Paper Co. investigating after noose found at Escambia County, Florida mill
International Paper Co. investigating after noose found at Escambia County, Florida mill

International Paper is responding and has launched an investigation after a supposed noose was found at their Cantonment mill.

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IT Tech Packaging, Inc. to Launch Construction of Biomass Combined Heat and Power Generation Project
IT Tech Packaging, Inc. to Launch Construction of Biomass Combined Heat and Power Generation Project

IT Tech Packaging, Inc., a leading manufacturer and distributor of diversified paper products in North China, announced that its operating entity in China, Hebei Baoding Dongfang Paper Milling Company Limited, expects to launch the construction of a combined heat and power generation project utilizing biomass technology ("Biomass CHP project") with the total construction area of 80,373 square meters which is located in its Wei County production base.

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Have you tried the Paperitalo Supplier Directory lately?
Have you tried the Paperitalo Supplier Directory lately?

If you are looking for goods and services in the pulp and paper industry, you need to check out the Paperitalo Directory!

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Kimberly-Clark Receives SBTi Approval for its Expanded Science-Based Climate Goals
Kimberly-Clark Receives SBTi Approval for its Expanded Science-Based Climate Goals

On the doorstep of a decisive decade for climate change, Kimberly-Clark has announced expanded new targets for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) and aligned with the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.

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J.D. Irving on guard as N.B. fears massive wildfires due to dry forests
J.D. Irving on guard as N.B. fears massive wildfires due to dry forests

The government of New Brunswick and J.D. Irving Ltd. are on high alert following government-forced closures of N.B. parks and Crown land due to extremely dry forests that could cause forest fires. The province has already seen fire damage surpass its annual average.

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