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BRIEFLY (April 01, 2001)


April 1, 2001
By Pulp & Paper Canada

The Canadian Pulp and Paper Association (CPPA) has changed its name to Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC), which it said was done “to strengthen and expand [its] national and international…

The Canadian Pulp and Paper Association (CPPA) has changed its name to Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC), which it said was done “to strengthen and expand [its] national and international promotion efforts.” Lise Lachapelle, chief executive officer, heads the Montreal-based association, which now represents makers of pulp, paper and wood products in Canada. It will have an office in Brussels, to better develop its international lobby efforts.

Canada’s Climate Change Voluntary Challenge and Registry (VCR Inc.) has presented Abitibi-Consolidated Inc. with a Leadership Award — forest products sector — for displaying extraordinary commitment, action, best practices and leadership toward the voluntary reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).

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Montreal-based Kruger Inc. has reduced newsprint production at its mill in Trois-Rivirs, QC, as part of its productivity drive to upgrade four paper machines. About 12 000 tonnes will be taken out of production between March and June.


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