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Pulp & Paper People Poll (March 01, 2006)


March 1, 2006
By Pulp & Paper Canada

Left to right: Gary Thorsell (president

In an effort to learn more about what our readers think about the most salient issues currently characterizing the industry, Pulp & Paper Canada has introduced the Pulp & Paper People Poll. Ev…

In an effort to learn more about what our readers think about the most salient issues currently characterizing the industry, Pulp & Paper Canada has introduced the Pulp & Paper People Poll. Every month, our website will feature a question deemed of current importance. The results will be published here.

Last month we asked,

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“Do you feel your mill is investing sufficiently to retain its competitiveness? If not, where should it be investing?”

Yes, my mill is investing sufficiently: 46.15%

No, my mill should be investing in:

a) Pulping: 0%

b) Bleaching:7.69%

c) Recovery:23.08%

d) Environmental Control:0%

e) Papermachines:7.69%

f) Information technology:0%

g) New product research and development: 15.38%

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Catalyst Paper, Powell River, BC — Winners of the Category A Safest Mill in Canada Contest

“We are tremendously proud to be named the safest mill in Canada. There is no greater satisfaction than to be able to say employees went home to their families and loved ones safely. Achieving this milestone takes the care and effort of every single employee and it’s a milestone we are delighted to celebrate together.”

–Brian Baarda, vice president, Powell River Division

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This month we are querying readers on PaperWeek International 2006.

Go to www.pulpandpapercanada.com to respond to the question:

What was your reason for attending PaperWeek 2006?


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