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Weyerhaeuser provides COVID-19 business update
Weyerhaeuser provides COVID-19 business update

Weyerhaeuser Company provided an update on actions it is taking in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19: Norske Skog provides Operational Update
COVID-19: Norske Skog provides Operational Update

In Norway, Saugbrugs will cease production on one paper machine due to negative market developments as a result of the corona virus restrictions. As a result of this, there will be given notice of temporary layoffs. In addition, administrative personnel at headquarters has been temporarily laid off as a result of the corona situation. The Skogn mill will delay temporary layoffs as earlier announced.

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Louisiana-Pacific Says Reduced 2020 Capital Expenditure Plans By 50%
Louisiana-Pacific Says Reduced 2020 Capital Expenditure Plans By 50%

LP Building Solutions announced adjustments to operating schedules, reductions in capital expenditures, and steps to enhance an already strong balance sheet. LP also announced amended guidance consistent with these plans and the uncertainties surrounding the impact of COVID-19, governmental responses, and subsequent economic recovery.

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Millwright: In 'abrupt but good' turnaround, WestRock grants sick leave
Millwright: In 'abrupt but good' turnaround, WestRock grants sick leave

A union push to protect workers from COVID-19 has apparently prompted Longview WestRock mill managers to update the site's procedure for handling potential exposures to the disease.

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LSC Communications Prepares Bankruptcy Filing As Shareholder Revolts
LSC Communications Prepares Bankruptcy Filing As Shareholder Revolts

Weeks after issuing an earnings that report that revealed the company lost $295 million last year, publication printer LSC Communications is preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to reports, citing "people with knowledge of the plans."

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International Paper Reaches Agreement to Sell Brazilian Corrugated Packaging Business to Klabin
International Paper Reaches Agreement to Sell Brazilian Corrugated Packaging Business to Klabin

This business includes three containerboard mills and four box plants.

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Pratt Industries driver tests positive for COVID-19
Pratt Industries driver tests positive for COVID-19

Wapakoneta Mayor Tom Stinebaugh on Friday notified residents that a truck driver for Pratt Industries has reportedly tested positive for the novel coronavirus, while a second employee has since been sent home to self-quarantine for two weeks.

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Operations continue at Irving facility after employee confirmed to have COVID-19
Operations continue at Irving facility after employee confirmed to have COVID-19

One of Nova Scotia's cases of COVID-19 has been confirmed to be an employee at the Irving Sawmill near Truro, N.S.

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Canfor Pulp Products Inc. Announces COVID-19 Response Measures, With Production and Spending Cuts
Canfor Pulp Products Inc. Announces COVID-19 Response Measures, With Production and Spending Cuts

The Company is postponing the planned extended spring maintenance shut at Northwood Pulp Mill until later this year, and instead will curtail the mill for three weeks during the period the turnaround was originally scheduled to occur. This will result in a reduction of approximately 35,000 tonnes of Northern Bleached Softwood Kraft pulp production.

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Due to COVID-19 pandemic, Huhtamaki withdraws its outlook for 2020 for now
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, Huhtamaki withdraws its outlook for 2020 for now

The COVID-19 pandemic is creating disturbance in Huhtamaki's global trading conditions and the demand for food-on-the-go packaging is being significantly impacted.

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West Fraser Announces Additional COVID-19 Production Cuts
West Fraser Announces Additional COVID-19 Production Cuts

In response to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic West Fraser is taking additional steps to respond to changing operating and market conditions.

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Due to COVID-19. Norbord announces big production cuts
Due to COVID-19. Norbord announces big production cuts

This adjusted operating configuration will initially result in a 25% reduction to Norbord's currently operating North American mill capacity.

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Kruger to Maintain All Critical Activities in Accordance With Government COVID-19 Guidelines
Kruger to Maintain All Critical Activities in Accordance With Government COVID-19 Guidelines

As a provider of goods and services that consumers and businesses rely on for their everyday needs, Kruger Inc. announced that it will be maintaining all of its operations that have been declared essential by Canadian and U.S. authorities or COVID-19 government guidelines, including the manufacture of tissue products, food packaging and containerboard, newsprint, publication and specialty papers, as well as recycling services, the bottling of beverages and the production of electricity.

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Anthony Pratt's top tips for managing the crisis
Anthony Pratt's top tips for managing the crisis

Pratt said his facilities were hiring more staff to cope with surging demand. Visy has had to radically adapt. Staff are getting temperatures checked daily, social distancing is in place and office staff are working split shifts to minimise contact.

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Resolute to reduce capacity in wood products and paper segments due to COVID-19
Resolute to reduce capacity in wood products and paper segments due to COVID-19

Resolute Forest Products Inc. provided an update on the impact of the COVID-19 situation to its business.

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Due to COVID-19, Sappi has declared force majeure on the Vulindlela expansion and upgrade project at its Saiccor Mill
Due to COVID-19, Sappi has declared force majeure on the Vulindlela expansion and upgrade project at its Saiccor Mill

Sappi has declared force majeure on the Vulindlela expansion and upgrade project at its Saiccor Mill in alignment with the South African Government's declaration of a nation-wide lockdown to combat the COVID-19 Epidemic.

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B.C. Nanaimo mill working full-speed to make pulp for medical masks, gowns
B.C. Nanaimo mill working full-speed to make pulp for medical masks, gowns

We feel a huge responsibility during the COVID-19 crisis, says the mill's president.

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Huhtamaki announces temporary layoffs amid coronavirus pandemic
Huhtamaki announces temporary layoffs amid coronavirus pandemic

Now 420 employees remain at the plant after 102 have been temporarily laid off because of a drop in demand caused by the coronavirus.

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Ahlstrom-Munksjö facilities unaffected by Italian government decree
Ahlstrom-Munksjö facilities unaffected by Italian government decree

Ahlstrom-Munksjö has announced it is not affected by the decree issued by the Italian government and that all of its plants are operational worldwide.

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Klabin suspends work and assembly of Puma II due to the coronavirus
Klabin suspends work and assembly of Puma II due to the coronavirus

Suspension is temporary; project involves about 4,500 professionals.

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Coronavirus Survey Results
Coronavirus Survey Results

Paperitalo Publications is here to help. We will continue reporting the news. Later this week, we will be conducting a more in-depth survey.

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 COVID 19: International Paper worker in S.C. tests positive; mill to continue operations
COVID 19: International Paper worker in S.C. tests positive; mill to continue operations

Officials told International Paper management that COVID-19 patients no longer have to self-isolate when both of two conditions are met.

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3M doubles output of N95 respirator masks amid coronavirus outbreak
3M doubles output of N95 respirator masks amid coronavirus outbreak

3M has doubled its production of coronavirus-protecting N95 respirator masks over the last two months - to a rate of more than 1.1 billion a year, or almost 100 million a month, according to a report.

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 International Paper CEO says don't worry about diapers, 'there's plenty' of them
International Paper CEO says don't worry about diapers, 'there's plenty' of them

The shelves of some stores may not have products like diapers, but they are weaving through the supply chain, according to International Paper CEO Mark Sutton.

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Toilet paper makers' message to U.S. consumers: We've got this
Toilet paper makers' message to U.S. consumers: We've got this

The shelves at the local grocery stores may be empty, but U.S. toilet paper manufacturers are adamant: We've got this.

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