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Lenzing Group to reduce its CO2 footprint
Lenzing Group to reduce its CO2 footprint

The Lenzing Group will drastically reduce its CO2 footprint. A first milestone is set for 2030, when Lenzing plans to cut down on CO2 emissions per ton of product by 50% compared to a 2017 baseline.

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Valmet to close facility in Hudson Falls, New York
Valmet to close facility in Hudson Falls, New York

Valmet will proceed with plans for a phased closure of foundry, machine shop and assembly operations at its production center in Hudson Falls, New York.

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CNG's Spicers Paper/PPI Adds to Packaging Business, Acquires Southern California's Kilmer, Wagner & Wise
CNG's Spicers Paper/PPI Adds to Packaging Business, Acquires Southern California's Kilmer, Wagner & Wise

Central National Gottesman Inc. (CNG), which owns a range of sales and distribution businesses in the global pulp, paper, tissue, packaging, wood products and metals industries, announced that its Spicers Paper division will add Kilmer, Wagner & Wise (KWW) Paper Company to its packaging portfolio.

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	 Stora Enso creates new packaging materials division
Stora Enso creates new packaging materials division

Stora Enso is merging its container board business in the Packaging Solutions division with the Consumer Board division, creating a new Packaging Materials division.

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Fire at Graphic Packaging facility in Ohio
Fire at Graphic Packaging facility in Ohio

A fire was reported at a Graphic Packaging facility in Kenton, Ohio early Dec. 3.

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Rayonier Advanced Materials proposes governance changes
Rayonier Advanced Materials proposes governance changes

Re-Proposes Declassification of Board of Directors and Elimination of Supermajority Voting Provisions.

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Pregis invests $5 million in fourth W&H blown film line in Grand Rapids, MI facility; boosts capacity by another 4 million pounds
Pregis invests $5 million in fourth W&H blown film line in Grand Rapids, MI facility; boosts capacity by another 4 million pounds

Pregis is announcing another $5 million investment in its Pregis Films facility located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Additionally, Pregis is leasing an additional 35,000 square feet in the same location for expanded warehousing capability.

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Green Bay Packaging's new mill won't be ready until 2021, but environmental emissions already cut
Green Bay Packaging's new mill won't be ready until 2021, but environmental emissions already cut

Green Bay Packaging Inc. officials on Monday celebrated a major environmental milestone in the construction of the company's new $500-million paper mill.

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Atlas Holdings and Blue Wolf Capital Issue Letter to Verso Corporation Board of Directors
Atlas Holdings and Blue Wolf Capital Issue Letter to Verso Corporation Board of Directors

"We believe that Stevens Point, one of the Specialty Mills, is the "crown jewel" of Verso. Consequently, stockholders should expect full value for this asset."

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Fire at Sonoco Paper Mill in Ontario
Fire at Sonoco Paper Mill in Ontario

A small fire was contained at the Sonoco Paper Mill in Glen Miller north of Trenton Tuesday morning, Dec. 3.

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TC Transcontinental enters into agreement with Hood Packaging Corporation for the sale of paper and woven polypropylene packaging operations
TC Transcontinental enters into agreement with Hood Packaging Corporation for the sale of paper and woven polypropylene packaging operations

TC Transcontinental announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to sell its paper and woven polypropylene packaging operations to Hood Packaging Corporation for a price of US$180 million (about C$239 million) subject to working capital adjustments.

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Finnish forestries plans 6-day lock-out at sawmills, plywood mills
Finnish forestries plans 6-day lock-out at sawmills, plywood mills

Finnish Forest Industries Federation said on Wednesday it would hold a 6-day lock-out from Dec. 12, closing half of the Nordic country's sawmills and plywood factories, aiming to put pressure on unions in halted pay negotiations.

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LSC Communications Addresses NYSE Listing Standards
LSC Communications Addresses NYSE Listing Standards

LSC Communications, Inc. announced that it received notification from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on November 20, 2019, that the Company is no longer in compliance with NYSE continued listing criteria, which require listed companies to maintain an average closing share price of at least $1.00 over a consecutive 30 trading-day period.

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Ahlstrom-Munksjö signs a non-binding letter of intent to acquire Chinese decor paper producer Minglian
Ahlstrom-Munksjö signs a non-binding letter of intent to acquire Chinese decor paper producer Minglian

Ahlstrom-Munksjö has signed a non-binding letter of intent with the majority shareholders of Hebei Minglian New Materials Technology Co., Ltd. to acquire the company, comprising a state-of-the-art greenfield decor paper plant in the city of Xingtai, Hebei Province, China.

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Molpus purchases 18,433 acres of timberland in Alabama
Molpus purchases 18,433 acres of timberland in Alabama

The Molpus Woodlands Group, LLC (Molpus) has purchased approximately 18,433 acres of timberland in east central Alabama.

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Worker dies from injuries suffered in Gorham mill accident
Worker dies from injuries suffered in Gorham mill accident

A longtime Gorham Paper and Tissue employee has died from injuries he received in an accident at the paper mill four weeks ago.

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Canfor Curtailing BC Production Capacity in December
Canfor Curtailing BC Production Capacity in December

Canfor Corporation announced it will be curtailing operations at all British Columbia sawmills at the end of December.

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Water authorities in New York sue 3M, DuPont, Chemours over PFAS
Water authorities in New York sue 3M, DuPont, Chemours over PFAS

Two water districts in Long Island, New York have sued 3M Co, E.I. DuPont De Nemours and Co. and the Chemours Co, accusing the chemical makers of contaminating their drinking water supplies with toxic substances.

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Asian pulp giants pressed to paper over rivalry to save rainforest
Asian pulp giants pressed to paper over rivalry to save rainforest

Singapore's APRIL Group and its main rival Indonesia's Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP), both with operations largely on Sumatra island, are working with local communities and using technologies like satellite imagery to protect forests on their concessions and prevent fires.

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Lenzing starts construction work on lyocell fibers plant in Prachinburi, Thailand
Lenzing starts construction work on lyocell fibers plant in Prachinburi, Thailand

The Lenzing Group officially launched construction work in Prachinburi, Thailand right on schedule to build the world's largest lyocell production plant.

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Canfor recommends that shareholders take buyout offer
Canfor recommends that shareholders take buyout offer

The Canfor board has determined that the arrangement is in the best interests of Canfor and fair to shareholders.

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Avery Dennison to Acquire Smartrac's RFID Inlay Business
Avery Dennison to Acquire Smartrac's RFID Inlay Business

Avery Dennison Corporation announced a definitive agreement to acquire Smartrac's Transponder (RFID Inlay) Division, for the purchase price of €225 million, subject to certain closing and post-closing adjustments.

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Graphic Packaging Holding Company Publishes Sustainability and Social Responsibility Update
Graphic Packaging Holding Company Publishes Sustainability and Social Responsibility Update

Graphic Packaging Holding Company announced the publication of its 2018 Sustainability and Social Responsibility Update Report.

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Roseburg Forest Products facility fined for air emissions
Roseburg Forest Products facility fined for air emissions

Roseburg Forest Products was fined $38,400 by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality for violating air quality standards at its plant in Dillard back in March.

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Three timber concessions probed by NEA have large number of fires this year: NGO group
Three timber concessions probed by NEA have large number of fires this year: NGO group

Three companies being investigated by the National Environment Agency (NEA) over the 2015 haze crisis had large numbers of fire alerts on their pulpwood concessions this year, an analysis of fire alerts published on Monday (Nov 18) shows.

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