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LUKE — It was one year ago this week the final roll of paper rolled off the massive machines at the Luke paper mill, bringing to a close 131 years of production.

The Langley-based San Group, which has invested more than $150 million in Port Alberni’s lumber-manufacturing industry over the past three years, got a small reward Friday as it watched the first log pass through its newly built sawmill.

HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam News/ANN): Exports of wood and wood products in the first four months of the year were worth nearly US$3.2 billion, a year-on-year increase of 6 per cent, according to the General Department of Customs.

Specifically developed to guarantee proper hand hygiene and cleanliness at home, this new product contains an antibacterial lotion and is 100% biodegradable, dissolving in the WC after use.

WILMINGTON, Del. (USA) – Effective June 1, 2020, Solenis LLC closed on its previously announced acquisition of the paper business of ChemSystems, a division of AECI Ltd.Headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, ChemSystems is a leading producer and supplier of specialized chemical solutions for water-intensive industries, including the pulp, paper and tissue manufacturing industries in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The world has altered very quickly over the past few months. Almost every aspect of daily life has been completely changed, from business and politics to culture and society, and it’s going to be a while until anything gets back to normal.

Sweden, like the rest of the world, is hit by the Covid-19 virus and makes strong efforts to minimise the spreading and effects of it.

The Coronavirus Epidemic has negatively impacted the supply chains for numerous industry sectors worldwide the past few months.

Don’t get me wrong. I fully support the use of more post-consumer material in packaging and products. Just not some of the BS that goes with it.

In British Columbia, damage from marine borers reduces the service life of boomsticks used to keep log bundles together for storage and transport, and is estimated to cost the forest industry $12 million a year.

The list of FPInnovations’ most recent reports and publications has been updated and is now available for the period ending March 31, 2020.

Amidst these unsettling times, the COVID pandemic has illustrated that each of us is part of one global community. The climate crisis is another irrefutable challenge that unites us all.

The ANDRITZ tissue machine at Vajda Papír, Dunaföldvár, Hungary, has been in full operating mode for a few months now, and the results are impressive:

As a professional thermographer, I am often asked if the use of an infrared camera, at entrances and exits to establishments, helps limit the spread of a virus like Covid-19. The answer is yes.

Voith is expanding its product portfolio in the BlueLine stock preparation line with the launch of a new disperger with hydraulic gap adjustment. InfibraDisp is characterized by precise, infinitely variable gap adjustment, automated zero-point adjustment and user-friendly handling.

Process industries such as pulp & paper use circulating oil lubrication systems to support long-term performance of equipment.  

In preparation for the completion of the partial demerger of Metso Corporation, the management of the future Neles Corporation has defined its stand-alone ‘Strategy for profitable growth’ and mid-term financial targets with the support of the proposed Board of Directors of the future Neles.

Atlanta, Georgia/USA, May - Clyde Industries, a leading provider of boiler efficiency solutions for the pulp & paper industries, has received an order from ANDRITZ to supply boiler cleaning equipment for a large pulp mill project.

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Mondi plc (“Mondi” or “the Group”) announces that Mike Powell will be appointed as Group Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) and as an executive director of Mondi plc. The effective date of Mike’s appointment will be announced in due course.

Right from the first lockdown announcements in mid-March and in response to calls for proposal from the governments of Quebec and Canada, the Innofibre team brainstormed to propose quick solutions allowing the industry to solve problems of production to deal with COVID-19.

This year’s event, originally planned for October 20-23, 2020 is rescheduled for May 12-14, 2021, in the same location of Vancouver, British Columbia.

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