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Wieland Stacks Up
Wieland Stacks Up

In October, Wieland, a general contracting and construction management firm, announced it has been awarded the contract for the new Graphic Packaging mill project in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and has become a go-to company for the pulp and paper industry.

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 'Bible business has really gone soft': Philly printer to lay off 174, shut plant by Christmas
'Bible business has really gone soft': Philly printer to lay off 174, shut plant by Christmas

An enterprise that printed more than a billion Bibles since its founding during the Civil War says its Northeast Philadelphia plant will be shut by Christmas.

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Paper Industry International Hall of Fame dinner set for 3 Oct in Appleton, Wisc.
Paper Industry International Hall of Fame dinner set for 3 Oct in Appleton, Wisc.

The 25th annual dinner event is hosted by the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame, which is located inside the Paper Discover Center on the Fox River in Appleton.

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Exclusive Interview with Cascades-Sonoco's Jeff Stacy, and U.S. Department of Homeland Security added to Specialty Papers US 2019 Program
Exclusive Interview with Cascades-Sonoco's Jeff Stacy, and U.S. Department of Homeland Security added to Specialty Papers US 2019 Program

Scott Gearen, Chemical Security Inspector at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, is bringing presentation Protecting Pulp and Paper Production Facilities with Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) to the Specialty Papers US 2019 program!

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Bringing B2C Principles to B2B Services and Support
Bringing B2C Principles to B2B Services and Support

Although the on-demand economy was born out of business-to-consumer (B2C) offerings, such as ride-sharing apps and movie streaming services, its principles are now firmly rooted in the expectations of business-to-business (B2B) customers.

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Specialty Papers US 2019 Brings Innovation, Emerging Opportunities, and Sustainability to the Forefront of the Specialty Papers Industry
Specialty Papers US 2019 Brings Innovation, Emerging Opportunities, and Sustainability to the Forefront of the Specialty Papers Industry

As a key US conference focused on developing ideas and capitalizing on relationships in the specialty papers market, Specialty Papers US 2019, coming to Milwaukee, WI, Sep. 30 - Oct. 2, 2019, will bring industry experts together for beneficial networking and discussion.

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Kimberly-Clark and UNICEF partner to help 2 million babies and young children in Latin America and the Caribbean
Kimberly-Clark and UNICEF partner to help 2 million babies and young children in Latin America and the Caribbean

Kimberly-Clark will support UNICEF Programs with a $7.2 Million donation through Huggies® 'No Baby Unhugged'

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New report shows Wisconsin's paper industry leads the nation
New report shows Wisconsin's paper industry leads the nation

Wisconsin's paper industry is alive and well, according to a new state report.

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 U.S. college education could be pricier with textbook merger
U.S. college education could be pricier with textbook merger

The skyrocketing cost of a U.S. college education could get even more expensive if two top college textbook companies combine as planned, especially if they succeed in starving off a scrappy competitor: used textbooks.

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Sustainable wood group sanctions Korean-Indonesian company
Sustainable wood group sanctions Korean-Indonesian company

The main global organization for certifying sustainable wood says one of its members destroyed tropical forests in easternmost Indonesia but it stopped short of expelling the company. The Bonn, Germany-based Forest Stewardship Council said it would impose "improvement" requirements on Korindo, a Korean-Indonesian conglomerate, that an environmental group found had cleared more than 30,000 hectares of tropical forests for palm oil plantations in Indonesia's Papua and Maluku regions.

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Report: Are ethical investors funding the destruction of Brazilian forests?
Report: Are ethical investors funding the destruction of Brazilian forests?

World's largest producer of eucalyptus pulp accused of indirectly replacing forests with plantations, leading to 'tremendous' carbon emissions.

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T.CON earns SAP award for excellent mill expertise in Germany
T.CON earns SAP award for excellent mill expertise in Germany

For the first time, SAP SE honors T.CON's excellent expertise for the mill process industry. As a demonstration of the outstanding expert know-how of T.CON in the industry, T.CON can now display the "SAP Recognized Expertise in the mill products industry in Germany" certificate.

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BillerudKorsnäs first to produce paper battery on a paper machine
BillerudKorsnäs first to produce paper battery on a paper machine

The project is thus a step closer to the commercialization of both small and large-scale energy storage in a paper battery.

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Monadnock Paper Mills Celebrates 200 Years Of Continuous Operation
Monadnock Paper Mills Celebrates 200 Years Of Continuous Operation

How does a company founded just a few years after the War of 1812 remain profitable and relevant in the twenty-first century? Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc., of Bennington, New Hampshire, has had two centuries to figure that out.

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China's imports of US forest products fell by $430 million in January-April 2019
China's imports of US forest products fell by $430 million in January-April 2019

The trade war between the US and has impacted US exporters of forest products to China.

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Paper mill workers concerned with long-term effects of Oregon cap and trade bill
Paper mill workers concerned with long-term effects of Oregon cap and trade bill

Workers at one of the Pacific Northwest's largest paper mills are worried Oregon's cap and trade bill will mean job loss and industry downsizing in a field that is already seeing cuts and companies moving overseas.

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Sappi and PerfectPattern boost print efficiency with OctoSprint
Sappi and PerfectPattern boost print efficiency with OctoSprint

Sappi and PerfectPattern signed a global strategic alliance in an effort to roll-out AI driven dynamic print planning and ganging technology to print businesses worldwide.

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Pratt Industries and The Manhattan Borough President's Office Launch a Year-Long
Pratt Industries and The Manhattan Borough President's Office Launch a Year-Long "Manhattan Paper Challenge" Contest to Increase Paper Recycling

Manhattan Community Boards Compete For Monetary Awards Each Quarter, As Well As A Year-End Award.

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IP reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 21 percent as part of 2020 goals
IP reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 21 percent as part of 2020 goals

With two years left to hit its 2020 sustainability goals, International Paper has already exceed half of its target numbers.

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Cause of Massive Fire at Iconic Paper Mill Remains a Mystery
Cause of Massive Fire at Iconic Paper Mill Remains a Mystery

The fire destroyed 30 of 36 buildings and Marcal's iconic red sign. Owner Soundview Paper Co. has said it's assessing restarting operations.

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Wooden beer bottles and paper straws -- Japan shifts from plastic
Wooden beer bottles and paper straws -- Japan shifts from plastic

Transition creates opportunities for the nation's declining paper industry.

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Port Townsend Paper Corporation Mill to recycle more, use less water
Port Townsend Paper Corporation Mill to recycle more, use less water

The Port Townsend Paper Corporation aims to increase its intake of recycled cardboard, while also reducing its consumption of fresh water by close to a million gallons per day.

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 Louisiana Gov. Edwards, LaSalle Lumber, Tolko dedicate $115 million sawmill facility
Louisiana Gov. Edwards, LaSalle Lumber, Tolko dedicate $115 million sawmill facility

The sawmill project is a joint venture of Hunt Forest Products and British Columbia-based Tolko Industries.

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China's ban on scrap imports a boon to US recycling plants
China's ban on scrap imports a boon to US recycling plants

In a twist, the investors include Chinese companies interested in having access to wastepaper or bottles.

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Kroger, nation's largest grocery chain, eliminates plastic bags
Kroger, nation's largest grocery chain, eliminates plastic bags

Kroger, the nation's largest grocery chain, will phase out the use of plastic bags in its stores by 2025. The grocer orders about 6 billion bags each year.

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