Global Trends
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...
US better off than Canada
What common thread binds diverse groups such as global magazine giant UPM-Kymmene Inc., global publisher Time Inc., the New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, the University of Moncton, The Na...
These are some of the toughest times Canada's forest products industry has seen in decades. The challenges are the direct result of the instability of the Canadian dollar, a U. S. housing slump, emerg...
Mikael Forslund now heads the Fiberline Division of the Andritz Group's Pulp and Paper Business Area.
Ottawa, ON -- The Export Development Corporation has released its Fall 2007 Global Export Forecast. For the forestr...
In the days following PaperWeek International 2007, preparations for the 50th anniversary of the EXFOR tradeshow began. Several ideas for a slogan were suggested, including 50 Years of Excellence, 50 ...
Montreal, QC -- Warnings abound as the Canadian dollar moved into uncharted territory recently, edging over $1.10 U...
MIXED NEWS FOR INTERNATIONAL MARKETS
Vancouver, BC -- Salman Partners are forecasting a mixed Q3, as compared to Q2, according to their recent Forestry ...
According to a recent report by PricewaterhouseCoopers, there were over 280 mergers and acquisitions in the global ...
Overall, we believe that first-quarter earnings will be stronger than Q4'06, except for OSB producers. Our EPS estimates show this improvement, noting that most of our forecasts fall close to the cons...

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