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Fire Crews Containing 140 Acre Fire at Weyerhaeuser

Fire was started by lightning

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International Paper's Pensacola Mill Resumes Full Operations

Enhanced procedures and protections have been implemented to prevent recurrence

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Langerbrugge Mill Produced 5 Million Tonnes of Newsprint Paper

One of the most efficient newsprint machines in the world

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Södra Retains Some Operations at the Torsås Sawmill

Seven employees to be recalled

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Burgo Mulls Sale of Idled PM 2 at Duino Mill

Packaging paper production at the Duino site have come to a halt

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Cartiere Carrara Gets Approval for New Tissue Machine

New cogeneration plant is to be built at the site to produce energy for the new machine

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Klabin Conducts Maintenance Shutdowns at the Puma and Monte Alegre Units

Around 150 companies will be contracted for the maintenance services

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PaperWorks Paper Mill to Close, Laying off 147

Facility is expected to close on April 14

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Pratt Officially Opens its Newest Corrugated Box Factory

$60 million investment in Beloit, Wisconsin

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Cartiera San Lorenzo Suspends Production After Fire

No one was injured in the fire

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Cascades Announces New Products

Brand-new consumer line of tissue paper

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Deutsche Papier to Close Doors

Will close at the end of first half 2017

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Fire Crews 'Dodged a Bullet'

Toxic fire at the former Great Northern Paper Co. site

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International Paper Explosion

Preliminary findings have been released

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K&N Paper Files for Insolvency

Employs 130 people at the mill

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Resolute Announces Indefinite Idling of Thorold Newsprint Mil

Idling is due to the ongoing significant decline in North American newsprint consumption

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British Columbia NDP MPs call on the government to protect forestry jobs

British Columbia members of the federal New Democratic Party's caucus called on the Liberal government to ensure that BC's forest industry is protected after the expiry of the Softwood Lumber Agreement with the United States.

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Fire at Tolko facility

The Williams Lake fire department crews responded to a fire in the welding shop at the Tolko Lakeview (B.C.) mill Sunday, 25 Feb. 2017.

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Fire breaks out at DS Smith Birmingham facility

A fire at DS Smith's Birmingham paper recycling depot has been brought under control and extinguished. The company is now working with fire investigations teams to establish damage and the cause of the fire.

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Graphic Packaging announces leadership appointment

Graphic Packaging International, Inc. announced the appointment of Spencer Maurer as Senior Vice President, Supply Chain.

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Huhtamaki invests to grow its foodservice business in Eastern Europe

With local manufacturing, Huhtamaki said it will be able to better serve both its local and global customers, and help them grow.

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International Paper announces senior leadership moves

International Paper announced the following senior leadership changes. Thomas J. Plath has been elected by the Board of Directors to become Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Global Citizenship, effective March 1, 2017.

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International Paper once again selected to FORTUNE's list of America's Most Admired Companies

International Paper announced that it has been named again by FORTUNE magazine as one of "America's Most Admired Companies."

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McGann exits Smurfit board

Smurfit Kappa's former chief executive, Gary McGann, plans to step down from the paper and packaging group's board in May, as he devotes himself to restructuring and finding a new executive team at embattled baked products group Aryzta.

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Mohawk expands digital fine paper offering

In its latest expression of support for the HP Indigo printer community, Mohawk, North America's largest privately-owned manufacturer of fine papers, envelopes and specialty substrates for commercial and digital printing, announces the expansion of its digital fine paper portfolio with the launch of the new Curious Collection Papers Digital with i-Tone.

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