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CFO and Deputy CEO Seppo Parvi leaving Stora Enso during the fourth quarter of 2024
CFO and Deputy CEO Seppo Parvi leaving Stora Enso during the fourth quarter of 2024

Stora Enso will immediately begin the search for Seppo Parvi's successor.

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Crews spend hours battling fire at Huhtamaki warehouse in Winslow, Maine
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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Imperial Dade Acquires 3G Packaging, Inc. Expands Coverage in New York
Imperial Dade Acquires 3G Packaging, Inc. Expands Coverage in New York

Transaction Represents 86th Acquisition for Leading Distributor of Foodservice Packaging and Janitorial Sanitation Products

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Pactiv Evergreen announces deal to sell former Canton mill site
Pactiv Evergreen announces deal to sell former Canton mill site

Spirtas Worldwide is a demolition, environmental remediation and asset purchase company based in St. Louis, Missouri.

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Hugues Simon to succeed Mario Plourde as President and CEO of Cascades
Hugues Simon to succeed Mario Plourde as President and CEO of Cascades

Cascades Inc. announces the appointment of Mr. Hugues Simon as its new President and CEO. Currently President of the Wood Products business at Resolute Forest Products, Mr. Simon will assume his new role no later than July 1, 2024. The appointment follows an extensive succession planning and recruitment process, supported by an international firm, in anticipation of Mario Plourde's planned retirement.

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DS Smith launches
DS Smith launches "Customer Innovation Hub" in Madrid to facilitate collaboration with customers and develop sustainable fibre-based packaging

The customer focused innovation centre will help brands and manufacturers to meet increasing consumer demand for sustainable products and contribute towards a circular economy.

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Indonesia's APRIL Group acquires controlling stake in India's Origami
Indonesia's APRIL Group acquires controlling stake in India's Origami

The Indian tissue market is expanding rapidly, driven by consumers' evolving perceptions of hygiene and personal care, Suneel Kulkarni of APRIL said.

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Graphic Packaging to lay off 73 workers, close Memphis plant in July
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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Kimberly-Clark Taps New Chief Growth Officer as It Heads Into Restructuring
Kimberly-Clark Taps New Chief Growth Officer as It Heads Into Restructuring

Patricia Corsi takes over functions including global marketing and revenue growth management at the consumer packaged-goods company.

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Metsä Group finalizes sale of Russian subsidiaries to VLP Group
Metsä Group finalizes sale of Russian subsidiaries to VLP Group

Following this transaction, Metsä Group no longer holds any assets in Russia, the company said in a statement. The terms of the deal, including the purchase price, remain confidential between the parties.

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Man in custody after standoff on roof of International Paper facility in Wisconsin
Man in custody after standoff on roof of International Paper facility in Wisconsin

The man was exhibiting bizarre and erratic behaviors, severe agitation, and threatened violence toward law enforcement.

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Saica Group acquires a majority share of LIC Packaging, Italy
Saica Group acquires a majority share of LIC Packaging, Italy

Saica Group has reached an agreement with the family owners of LIC Packaging to increase its participation, becoming the major shareholder of the company. LIC Packaging is located in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy, northern Italy. This plant has a revenue of 120 million euros in 2023 and provide direct employment to 351 people. The Bertoldo family will remain in the management of the business.

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North Jersey printing services firm RRD to lay off 201, second largest total in NJ in 2024
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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Essity invests in new R&D center in France
Essity invests in new R&D center in France

Essity is investing in a new global center for research and development, in Alsace, France, dedicated to tissue hygiene products. The state-of-the-art facility will focus on tissue to meet the evolving demands of branded tissue in both Consumer and Professional Hygiene markets.

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2 PCA employees sent to hospital after fire reported at Anderson County, S.C. facility
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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DS Smith Invests €6m in Production Machinery for La Chevrolière Packaging Facility and in a New Workshop for the Production of Cardboard Pallets
DS Smith Invests €6m in Production Machinery for La Chevrolière Packaging Facility and in a New Workshop for the Production of Cardboard Pallets

The investment has allowed the company to expand the size of the production space in La Chevrolière by 4,000 square meters (43,000 square feet) and has been made in response to an increasing demand for sustainable corrugated cardboard by existing and potential DS Smith customers in the region.

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BC says Tolko Mill north of Kamloops will get an $8M expansion
BC says Tolko Mill north of Kamloops will get an $8M expansion

The province expects the expansion will maintain about 250 direct roles and is expected to create 20 new jobs.

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Mill closures in northern B.C. blamed on low timber supply, excessive rules
Mill closures in northern B.C. blamed on low timber supply, excessive rules

Government acknowledges need for more supply, blames closures on corporate decisions, markets.

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Georgia-Pacific Announces Closure of Milan, Michigan Corrugated Facility
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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Fatality at Weyerhaeuser facility in Mississippi
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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Suzano to maintain capital discipline, CEO says amid potential IP deal
Suzano to maintain capital discipline, CEO says amid potential IP deal

Brazilian pulpmaker Suzano will maintain its capital discipline and would not make any move solely aimed at growing, as it is focused on adding value for shareholders, Chief Executive Walter Schalka said on Friday.

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Unifor denounces Rayonier AM's abandonment of Témiscaming and lack of response from Quebec government
Unifor denounces Rayonier AM's abandonment of Témiscaming and lack of response from Quebec government

Unifor strongly condemns RYAM's statement, describing the move as "totally devoid of any human consideration."

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Canfor to close sawmill, curtail pulp production citing B.C. policy changes
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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International Paper, Suzano pour cold water on report of $15 billion merger deal
International Paper, Suzano pour cold water on report of $15 billion merger deal

"There is no formal document or celebration of any agreement, binding or otherwise, by Suzano, nor any decision or resolution of its management bodies regarding the potential operation reported by the media," the company said in a filing.

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RYAM Announces Sale of Softwood Duty Refund Rights for $39 Million
RYAM Announces Sale of Softwood Duty Refund Rights for $39 Million

The sale price for the refund rights is $39 million with the opportunity for the Company to receive additional future sale proceeds contingent upon the timing and terms of the ultimate trade dispute outcome.

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