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Dec 11, 2012

Mondi Syktyvkar Awarded EU Ecolabel for All Uncoated Fine Papers Produced at the Mill

Mondi Syktyvkar in Komi, Russia was recently awarded the EU Ecolabel for all papers produced at the mill. The EU Ecolabel is a certificate issued by the European Union, which verifies the environmental profile of a product or service.

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September 28th, 2012

Ford investigating using cellulose in their plastic components

Ford is investigating using cellulose in vehicle components to  help further reduce the automaker’s reliance on traditional content such as fiberglass and petroleum.

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Sept. 17, 2012

Looking at the future of cellulose

If you're a pulp supplier in it for the long term these days, there's no standing still. It's been clear for a while that real demand in traditional end-use markets such as graphic papers is not going in our favour and we'd be foolish to think that's going to change.

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Sept. 4, 2012

Profitless prosperity in the viscose pulp market

World demand for viscose pulp is growing at a rapid pace, led by the expansion of viscose staple fiber production in China.

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Feb 2, 2012

In 2011, Ilim Group Produced Nearly 1.5 mln Tons of P&P Products in Siberia

Over the 12 months of 2011, OJSC Ilim Group’s mills in Siberia (the Bratsk and Ust-Ilimsk mills) manufactured 1,490,000 tons of pulp and paper products. This is 1.5% above the 2010 performance.

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November 14, 2011

Higher wood fiber costs and lower pulp prices

Global hardwood pulp producers face higher wood fiber costs and lower pulp prices, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. Profit margins are being squeezed for many hardwood pulp producers worldwide with higher wood fiber costs and lower product prices.

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Oct 5 2011

Södra’s new sawmill offers pulp benefits

Södra’s new Värö sawmill was inaugurated this week by Swedish Minister for Trade, Ewa Björling. A key part of the project is the location of the new sawmill adjacent to Södra’s Värö pulp mill.

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August 24, 2011

Pulp Prices Drop

The total stocks of paper indicates that mass market have faced a major price correction. Analyst comments from the Newsagency Direkt is refered in an in the Swedish business magazine Dagens Industri.

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July 6th, 2011

New nano material developed from wood and straw pulp is stronger than steel

It’s super strong, it’s green and it’s providing new opportunities for business in Alberta. It’s called nanocrystalline cellulose (NCC) and Alberta is about to become a leader in its production and study.

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July 1, 2011

Pulpwood prices in Western US were up almost 50 percent

Pulpwood prices in Western US were up almost 50 percent in 2Q/11 compared to 2Q/10, while wood prices were unchanged in the US South, reports the North American Wood Fiber Review.


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by Dr. Radut