Pulp and Paper

International Paper Receives $121M Dividend from Ilim Group

International Paper Receives $121M Dividend from Ilim Group

MEMPHIS, Tenn., March 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — International Paper (NYSE: IP) received a dividend of $121 million from Ilim Group, IP’s joint venture partner in Russia. The dividend is based on prior year performance, and in 2016, the JV set production records at all three of its mills and realized higher sales volume due to increased demand for its products. Since inception in 2007, IP has received a total of $516 Million in dividends from the Ilim JV.

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Investments in Tissue Production in Brazil’s Northeast

The project to serve the sanitary paper market also includes the production of finished products at the Mucuri and Imperatriz units
Investments in Tissue Production in Brazil’s Northeast

This week, Suzano announced investments to acquire equipment for converting tissue paper, also known as sanitary paper, into finished products. The mill in Imperatriz will be the first one in the state of Maranhão to manufacture products such as toilet paper, tissues, napkins and more. Meanwhile, at the mill in Mucuri, Bahia, the investment involves the construction of a second conversion line.

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Strong second quarter result for Södra

Strong second quarter result for Södra

“The overall forest economy remains strong, which is to Södra’s advantage. Higher prices for both market pulp and sawn timber contributed to a strong quarter for Södra. A firmer customer and market orientation is also yielding results. In addition, the expansion investments at our pulp mills and the restructuring process in the sawmill operations had a positive impact on operating profit”, said Lars Idermark, President and CEO.

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SCA to Increase Brown and White Kraftliner Prices

SCA increases prices for Brown and White Kraftliner by € 50 per ton
SCA to Increase Brown and White Kraftliner Prices

SCA Containerboard announces a price increase for all Brown and White Kraftliner grades in Europe, effective from 1st of August.

“The general market continues to show high-growth and the demand for Kraftliner remains to be strong”, says Mikael FroĢˆlander, Vice President Sales and Marketing Containerboard.

 

Source: SCA

 

Fibria Increasing Pulp Prices by $20/ton in North America and Europe

Fibria Increasing Pulp Prices by $20/ton in North America and Europe

Brazilian market pulp producer Fibria yesterday announced that it will increase pulp prices by $20 to $1,060 per tonne in North America and by $20 to $880 per tonne in Europe, effective July 1.

 

Sourde: PaperAge

 
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