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R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company has introduced The_Loft@RRD, a new innovation platform that connects companies with people, technologies and strategies to accelerate their digital transformation and achieve innovation at scale.
Ahlstrom-Munksjö has been awarded with EcoVadis Gold rating for the company's sustainability management and performance for the fourth consecutive year. Compared with the results from the previous year, progress was especially made in sustainable procurement.
CatchMark Timber Trust, Inc. announced that its Triple T joint venture has amended its wood supply agreement with Georgia-Pacific WFS LLC intended to achieve market-based pricing on timber sales. CatchMark invests in 1.1 million acres of prime East Texas timberlands through Triple T and acts as the general partner of the venture on behalf of a consortium of institutional investors.
The unveiling of the state-of-the-art boiler marks an important milestone in Smurfit Kappa's Future Energy Plant project, which was a Euro 134 million investment to increase the sustainability and efficiency of the leading kraftliner mill.
The Partnership has agreed to purchase Georgia Biomass Holding LLC, which, through its wholly owned subsidiary, owns a wood pellet production plant in Waycross, Georgia (the "Waycross plant"), from innogy SE and one of its subsidiaries for a purchase price of $175.0 million in cash, subject to customary adjustments.
The American Forest Foundation (AFF) announced WestRock, a leading provider of differentiated paper and packaging solutions, through its WestRock Foundation, has committed to supporting family forest owners addressing climate change by investing in the development of the Family Forest Carbon Program (FFCP), a new program created by AFF and The Nature Conservancy (TNC).
Stora Enso's drone research used a drone and a multispectral camera to detect insect damages in Finnish forests. The image interpretation application was able to identify trees where spruce bark beetles nestled. The new forest health data can be used for example to plan forest management, timely silvicultural work and harvesting.