Norske Skog ASA closely monitors the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and continuously implements new measures to reduce the risk for the employees and to ensure continuity of operations.
Ahlstrom-Munksjö not affected by the decree issued by the Italian government – all plants operational worldwide
The Italian government has today issued a decree for the lock-down of industrial and commercial operations. The decree enters into effect today, and is valid until April 3, 2020.
Segezha Packaging Receives EcoVadis Silver Rating
Segezha Packaging (Arka Merchants Ltd. holding company), the European assets of Segezha Group (forming part of Sistema JSFC) that manufactures paper packaging, have been awarded for the second consecuitive year with the silver rating from EcoVadis - international platform, which surveys the condition of corporate, social and environmental responsibility programs.
UPM signs a EUR 750 million revolving credit facility with a margin tied to long-term biodiversity and climate targets
UPM is one of the first companies to link the pricing mechanism of a syndicated revolving credit facility (RCF) to both biodiversity and climate targets.
BillerudKorsnäs postpones the annual maintenance shutdown at Gruvön
Due to current circumstances regarding the Covid-19 virus, BillerudKorsnäs postpones the major parts of the maintenance shutdown initially planned to be held week 13, 2020 at Gruvön.
The French paper industry asks to be recognized as ‘necessary for the security of the Nation or for the continuity of economic and social life.’
Faced with the major crisis caused by the spread of the coronavirus, COPACEL welcomes the preparation by the Government to respond to the impacts of the pandemic Covid-19.
Ace Issues Response to the EU’s New Circular Economy Action Plan
ACE (The Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment) welcomes the new EU Circular Economy Action Plan that will further accelerate the transition of the EU towards a circular and climate neutral economy.
Segezha Packaging starts the warehouse logistic optimization
Segezha Packaging, which consolidates the European paper packaging production facilities of Segezha Group (part of Sistema JSFC) continues the implementation of the digital industrial technologies into the production processes.
UK Tissue Supply – joint statement in response to concerns about supply shortages
UK Tissue Supply – joint statement in response to concerns about supply shortages by the Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) and the Paper Industry Technical Association (PITA)
Circularity is a “no regret option” for the European industrial transition: it is now time to recognise circular low carbon forest-based industries as a strategic value chain!
The Green Deal has to be translated into a business case, strengthening sustainable and circular industrial value chains in Europe, and ensuring that they are considered of strategic importance.
Lecta Maintains Its Social Responsibility to Ensure the Supply Chain for Basic Necessities
In the current exceptional circumstances, Lecta would like to inform its customers, suppliers, partners and other stakeholders of its decision to maintain company operations, given that we manufacture a product that is crucial to maintaining the supply chain for basic necessities.
Revised BIR Press Statement: BIR welcomes Circular Economy Action Plan
The Bureau of International Recycling, the global federation of recycling industries, welcomes the EU's support for recyclers as laid out in their new Circular Economy Action Plan.
Mondi celebrates double win at RISI PPI Awards
Mondi, a global leader in packaging and paper is contributing to a better world by making innovative, sustainable packaging and paper solutions.
Fire breaks out at Emami Paper Mills in Odisha
Bhubaneswar: A major fire broke out at Emami Paper Mills at Remuna in Odisha’s Balasore district on Tuesday.
Stark White Paper Cities Made From Dozens of Cut and Layered Sheets of Paper
Artist Ayumi Shibata practices the Japanese art of paper cutting to create layered, three-dimensional sculptures.
Changing how we produce and consume: New Circular Economy Action Plan shows the way to a climate-neutral, competitive economy of empowered consumers
Today, the European Commission adopted a new Circular Economy Action Plan - one of the main building blocks of the European Green Deal, Europe's new agenda for sustainable growth.
Aussie woodchips keep toilet paper rolling
Australia has enough wood fibre to keep up with the demand for toilet paper, according to WA Plantation Resources chief executive Ian Telfer.
Napier Port expects slowdown in log exports after coronavirus outbreak
Napier Port said it expects to see a slowdown in log exports through the port because of the coronavirus outbreak that has hit the forestry sector's biggest market - China.
Environmental measures in Swedish forests will continue to be strong
In a recent opinion piece, a group of NGOs wrote that Sweden’s forest policy is wreaking havoc. Herman Sundqvist argues that this is wrong on several counts and that the country is working to improve environmental measures in the forest.
Metsä Board joins forces with the new European Paper Packaging Alliance
Metsä Board, the leading European producer of premium fresh fibre paperboards and part of Metsä Group, is one of the founding members of the recently established European Paper Packaging Alliance (EPPA).
Government to re-open Valaichchenai Paper Mill to meet the local need
Mar 05, Colombo: Minister of Small & Medium Business and Enterprise Development, Industries and Supply Chain Management Wimal Weerawansa said today (5) that the state-owned National Paper Company’s run-down Valaichchenai Paper Mill will be reopened soon.
Four policies could have saved 750 forestry jobs and it's not too late
With the Chinese market for logs grinding to a halt, Finance Minister Grant Robertson is urging government departments to come up with policy ideas to diversify markets and prevent 1,500 forestry workers losing their jobs.