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Ilim Group to sign an agreement with Xiamen C&D Corporation

9 December 2020 ` 18:56  
Ilim Group signed an agreement with Xiamen C&D Corporation, one of its key partners, on pulp and paperboard supply to the provinces in Southwest China via the Silk Road. As agreed, SW pulp will be supplied to paper mills...

Stora Enso introduces low-carbon paperboard for chocolate packaging

2 July 2020 ` 11:08  
As brand owners and consumers look to lower their environmental impact, Stora Enso hopes that its new plastic-free, lightweight board designed for premium packaging will help them decrease their carbon footprint.

Paper and paperboard market in Russia in 2016-2017

27 March 2017 ` 15:49  
Dear clients and partners! We are currently working on analytical overview Paper and paperboard market in Russia in 2016-2017. An outline of the contents of the review, as well as list of diagrams and tables can be found...

Global timber market review #10-2015

10 June 2015 ` 16:09  
– Total EU imports of Russian birch plywood increased 10% to 785,000 m3 in 2014, reports Fordaq. The market is widely distributed across the continent. In 2014, there was a particularly sharp increase in imports to Germany, which...

Global Trends Review, October 14-20, 2013: European glulam consumption fell; Malaysia to emerge as major pellet exporter

28 October 2013 ` 10:18  
Data from the UNECE Timber Committee indicates that European glulam consumption fell 2.6% to 2.83 million m3 in 2012, ITTO reported. Germany and Austria have traditionally been the largest markets for glulam, while Italy and France showed rapid...

Selenga mill: Containerboard prices in Russia in 2013 will grow by 11%

30 January 2013 ` 23:11  
Ulan-Ude, January 30. Selenga pulp and board mill (located in Buryatia Republic, belongs to Continental Management holding) expects a 16% growth in containerboard sales in 2013. In value terms, growth would amount to 29%. This will be possible...