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STAMFORD, CT -- UPM-Kymmene Corporation of Helsinki, Finland, and Champion International Corporation of Stamford, CT, plan to join forces, creating the industry's first substantial cross-Atlantic merg...
DAVID EMERSON is a relative newcomer to the pulp and paper industry having been appointed president and ceo of Canfor Corp. in January 1998. But that didn't stop him from telling his peers what he saw...
THE CANADIAN INDUSTRY ought to take better advantage of electronic-commerce as a clear way to reduce costs and increase market share, was the generally held view at Thursday morning's Electronic Comme...
CONSISTENCY AND conformity of newsprint and its production were reverberated throughout the session on Newsprint requirements from a "Customer Perspective."A panel of five discussed the needs of the c...
THE PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY is approaching the new millennium with optimism. The rising price of our product has directly affected our bottom line. But the pulp and paper industry must proceed with so...
Companies operating in today's competitive market are anxious to maximize bearing performance to limit downtime and improve profitability. Yet in many cases, bearing product selections are made based ...
Scotiabank's Commodity Price Index -- a trade-weighted U.S. dollar-based index of key Canadian resource exports -- climbed 17.3% above year-earlier levels in late 1999. The Industrial sub-component --...
Centrifugal cleaners can be marvelously effective, and in many situations indispensable in the stock preparation process. They can be compared (for those who remember) to the steam locomotive -- highl...
MONTREAL, QC -- The Pulp and Paper Products Council has been formed to coordinate the activities of several new product groups and, as well, to provide them with market research services. The new grou...
TORONTO, ON -- The Canadian industry can expect better prices for pulp and paper products in the next 18 months, if economic forecasts hold true. For instance, the $30-a-tonne price increase to about ...
TORONTO, ON -- Markland Specialty Engineering Limited has made a suspended solids meter that uses ultrasonic attenuation to measure the concentration of sludges and slurries which are too thick for op...
MONTREAL, QC -- Logging companies operating in the northern Quebec regions of Abitibi and the territory covered by the James Bay and Northern Agreement (JBNQA) will be able to obtain their annual perm...
LIVINGSTON, NJ -- Franklin Miller Inc. has developed a wastewater system -- the Dimminutor -- that screens and shreds oversized wastewater particles in open channels without the need for secondary dev...
TORONTO, ON -- Nexfor Inc. has announced it has consolidated its market pulp and specialty paper operations into a single business unit. "We are combining our Thurso hardwood kraft pulp mill with our ...
The results of Harnischfeger Industries Inc.'s auction of the assets of its subsidiary, Beloit, WI-based Beloit Corp., have been made public. For example, Montreal-based Groupe Laperrierre & Verreau...

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