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It's no secret that Canada's forest sector has been on a perpetual downward slide. For close to a decade, earnings have slumped and mills have closed.
There's no light at the end of the tunnel, but Canadian pulp and paper producers must be thinking there's an oncoming train anyway. Papermakers were already suffering when most resource industries wer...
Forest, paper and fibre-based packaging companies face a changed world requiring fundamental transformation wi...
The third quarter provided much of the same for Canadian forest and paper companies – weak demand and lo...
The global forest, paper and packing (FPP) industry experienced  heavy losses in 2008, taking a 157% nose-dive...
LOS ANGELES -- Mercer International Inc., Canfor Pulp LP, and Finland's Oy Mets-Botnia Ab have separately announced that their June 1 list prices in Europe for northern bleached softwood kraft (NBSK)...
Global chemical paper-grade market pulp shipments continued to be lower than a year earlier, falling by 4.2% to 3...
The bad news has been unrelenting in the last year or so. It has affected just about everyone and everything, including the world's largest banks, manufacturers, consumers and homeowners alike, who ha...
So how do you get high school students interested in a field that's been going through a rough time and does not have the same allure as "rock star" or "professional athlete?" According to the formula...
Richmond, BC -- A hefty tax bill prompted Catalyst Paper to call on the government to recognize its efforts to reduce costs. Catalyst's 2008 property tax bill for its five B. C. divisions rolled in at...
As the pulp and paper industry strengthens in different parts of the globe and weakens in others, financial results...
The month of July is set to be a bit more expensive, with $20/metric ton northern bleached softwood kraft pulp pric...
Whether by desire or arm-twisting, the Canadian forestry industry is pushing (or is being pushed) to become carbon neutral, or carbon balanced. Reducing CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) greenhouse gas...
Norske Skog will cut its global newsprint capacity by 450,000 tonnes per annum. This represents about seven percent of Norske Skog total global production and will mean permanent and/or "indefinite" s...
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