Pulp and Paper

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  • October 23, 2014 16:43

    Stora Enso to invest €27 million at Imatra Mills in Finland

    Stora Enso invests €27 million to improve the quality and cost-competitiveness and to increase the capacity of the consumer... [more...]

  • October 22, 2014 08:52

    Forecast: Finnish forest industry’s export revenues will rise

    Weak economic growth will slow down the growth of Finnish forest industry’s exports this and next year. Despite this, the export revenues of all forestry products except for paper exports will rise. As a result of several investments the production capacities of pulp, paper board and sawmilling industries will increase next year... [more...]

  • October 17, 2014 13:00

    Södra commences expansion of Mörrum

    The expansion of Södra Cell Mörrum has started. On 16 October, Södra's CEO Lars Idermark, together with representatives from NCC and Valmet, turned the first soil in the project. Earlier this year, Södra's Board of Directors decided to invest approximately SEK 700 million (≈76,5 million) to increase pulp production at Södra Cell Mörrum. A new chip plant will be constructed and... [more...]

  • October 16, 2014 09:59

    Tembec requests Canadian Government to solve trade dispute with China

    Tembec is requesting that International Trade Minister of Canada, Ed Fast, to enter into World Trade Organization (WTO) discussions with China to resolve the trade dispute related to dissolving pulp... [more...]

  • October 13, 2014 08:53

    Södra begins Värö expansion

    8 October, saw the start of the expansion of the Södra pulp mill in Värö. Södra, Valmet and NCC took part in the ceremony to herald the start of construction, an initiative in which Södra has invested more than four billion Swedish kronor... [more...]

  • October 10, 2014 13:41

    Stora Enso joins forces with Volvo

    Stora Enso's Langerbrugge Mill helps Volvo Car Gent cut CO2 emissions by more than 40% with energy from waste. Langerbrugge Mill is located in Gent, Belgium close to Volvo’s manufacturing facility, Volvo Car Gent. Stora Enso will install an underground hot water pipeline during 2015 to transport hot water at a temperature of 125 degrees Celsius to the car production facility... [more...]

  • October 08, 2014 10:17

    Japan steps up wood fiber consumption

    The pulp manufacturing industry in Japan has increased production levels in 2014 resulting in higher import volumes of both softwood and hardwood chips. The biggest increases in import volumes have been softwood chips from the US and hardwood chips from Vietnam and South Africa, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. Hardwood prices have trended downward the past year, while softwood prices have gone up... [more...]

  • October 06, 2014 12:25

    Estonia: Roundwood prices in August

    In August, roundwood prices in Estonia have declined slightly compared to July. This applies for almost all ranges except pine and birch sawlogs, which are a bit more expensive... [more...]

  • October 06, 2014 10:45

    UK: July wood pellet imports up 78% year on year

    United Kingdom's imports of wood pellets reached 455,429 metric tons in July, a 78 percent increase as compared to July 2013, though a 9 percent decrease over June 2014... [more...]

  • September 30, 2014 09:46

    Stora Enso sells Corenso unit to Powerflute

    Stora Enso has signed an agreement to divest its Corenso business operations to the Finnish packaging materials company Powerflute Oyj. The enterprise value of the transaction is approximately... [more...]