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          Verso CEO out

          Verso Corporation announced that Adam St. John has resigned as President and Chief Executive Officer and as a member of the Board of Directors, effective as of September 30, 2020. The Verso Board of Directors has named Randy J. Nebel, a current member of the Board, as interim President and Chief Executive Officer.

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          Ox Industries restarts White Pigeon Paper Mill

          Ox Industries has restarted the White Pigeon Paper Mill after it is was closed for almost three months. Ox acquired the mill from Graphic Packaging in June and has since converted the mill from clay-coated recycled paperboard (CRB) to high strength uncoated recycled paperboard (URB).

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          Tony Mollica Named CEO of Twin Rivers

          Tony replaces Tim Lowe, who will return to his role on the Board of Directors after acting as Interim CEO.

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          Park Falls, Wisconsin paper mill re-opens

          The paper mill in Park Falls is opening their doors after being closed for over a year.

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          Veritiv CEO Mary Laschinger to retire, successor picked

          Mary Laschinger, one of Georgia's most prominent female executives, will retire as CEO and chairman of Veritiv Corporation on Sept. 30, the company announced.

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          LSC Communications closing Kendallville, Indiana plant, 307 job losses expected

          LSC Communications, formerly known as Courier Kendallville, was adding multi-million-dollar expansions to the city as soon as three years ago. Now, the plant is expected to permanently close, with employee terminations starting on Oct. 1 and expected to be completed just before Christmas.

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          Mondi to invest in Szczecin plant in Poland to expand and broaden e-commerce portfolio

          Mondi, a global leader in packaging and paper, has successfully completed the installation of major new equipment at its corrugated box production plant in Szczecin, Poland to meet growing e-commerce demand.

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          International Paper investing $175 million in Eastover, S.C. mill

          International Paper Co. says it will invest $175 million during the next 10 years in its Eastover mill.

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          Paper cuts at UPM

          To ensure future competitiveness of UPM Communication Papers, UPM announces plans for permanent closing of UPM Kaipola paper mill in Finland, sale of UPM Shotton paper mill in Wales and streamlining Communication Papers business function teams. In addition, UPM Biorefining and UPM Specialty Papers announce plans for reorganising and streamlining activities in Finnish pulp mills, UPM Forest and UPM Tervasaari mill in Finland.

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          Leadership changes at Weyerhaeuser

          Weyerhaeuser Company has announced leadership and organizational changes that position the company to further enhance the long-term value of its timberlands portfolio.

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          Domtar to shutter paper machine work in Ashdown, Ark., transition to softwood and pulp production

          Domtar Corp. announced Friday (Aug. 7) it would permanently shutter its paper machine operations at its Ashdown plant to save $200 million by 2021. The South-Carolina based company will transition its Ashdown operations to softwood and fluff pulp production.

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          Domtar Corp. to close Port Huron, Mich. paper mill, eliminating about 200 jobs; also shutting down Ashdown, Ark. machine

          Domtar Corp. has announced it will permanently close its Port Huron paper mill, which employs nearly 200 employees.

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          Following layoffs, Domtar Kingsport Mill closing, to be converted and reopen in 2023

          Domtar announced in a quarterly report that it is shutting down uncoated freesheet manufacturing at the Kingsport Mill. The mill has been idle since April 2020 and will not recommence operations. The layoff has impacted more than 300 people.

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          Saica Group Announces first US location in Southwest Ohio

          Saica Group, one of the largest and most advanced European players in the development and production of recycled paper for corrugated packaging announced it is establishing its first North American facility near Cincinnati, Ohio.

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          BillerudKorsn?s appoints Christoph Michalski as new President and CEO

          BillerudKorsn?s has appointed Christoph Michalski as new President and CEO. He succeeds Lennart Holm, who has been acting President and CEO since November 2019. Christoph Michalski will assume his new position November 1, 2020.

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          Georgia-Pacific recycling project to receive tax exemption in Toledo, Oregon

          Georgia-Pacific has been piloting its Juno recycling technology in Georgia since 2013.

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          Paper mills in Westbrook and Jay, Maine announce layoffs totaling 134 workers

          Sappi North America said it will permanently shut down a paper machine and lay off 75 people, nearly 30 percent of the workforce at its Westbrook mill. Just hours later, Pixelle Specialty Solutions said it will lay off 59 workers in the first part of a phased workforce reduction, in response to a suspension of pulp production there after its pulp digester exploded in April.

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          Appvion Announces Antimicrobial Technology

          Appvion Operations, Inc., launches an industry leading antimicrobial coating technology for a variety of substrates called SafeShieldTM!

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          Ponderay Newsprint mill closure involves 148 permanent layoffs, state says

          Washington's Employment Security Department on Tuesday confirmed the Ponderay Newsprint Co. paper mill in Usk is permanently shutting down and laying off 148 workers.

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          Klabin operates Brazil's first folding truck

          This innovative truck was built by the Forestry Unit, which brought the technology from Australia and, in partnership with a specialist company, deployed it in the company's truck, adapting it to the area's daily routine. Initially, the truck will operate together with the traditional fleet but in the test phase.

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          Fort Frances mill equipment sale set for August

          Riversedge Developments has hired an international appraisal and auction company to sell the machinery and equipment at the Fort Frances paper mill.

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          S?dra: Continued investment in research

          The S?dra Foundation for Research, Development and Education has decided to grant an additional SEK 6.8 million to 13 research projects linked to forestry and the forest industry.

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          Paper Excellence closing Mackenzie pulp mill

          Paper Excellence Canada will be curtailing operations at its pulp mill in Mackenzie.

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          Verso to lay off more than a quarter of its employees as its idles mills in Minnesota, Wisconsin

          Verso Corp. said Tuesday, June 9, that it expects to lay off about 1,000 employees, as it idles idles mills in Duluth, Minnesota and Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin this summer, given the accelerated decline in demand for graphic paper given the COVID-19 pandemic.

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          Lotta Lyr? appointed new President and CEO of S?dra

          The Board of S?dra has appointed Lotta Lyr? as new President and CEO. She will take office this year and thereby replace CFO Peter Karlsson, who has been Interim President since 20 February this year.

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