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Pulp & Paper People Poll (February 01, 2006)


February 1, 2006
By Pulp & Paper Canada

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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“Is your company planning any upgrades or retrofits within the next two years?”

Pulping30%

Papermachine (forming, pressing and drying only)20%

My company isn’t planning any upgrades or retrofits in the next two years20%

Bleaching10%

Environmental Control10%

Recovery0%

Information technology0%

New product research and development0%

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This month we are querying readers on the issue of competitiveness.

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

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

-No, my mill should be investing in:

– Pulping

– Bleaching

– Recovery

– Environmental control

– Papermachines

– Information technology

– New product research and development

– Any combination of the above

Your comments are always welcome. To comment on the poll, e-mail info@pulpandpapercanada.com


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