The first class of inductees to the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame was inducted more than two decades ago in 1995, and today, more than 125 papermaking innovators and legends have been enshrined. This month, we profile the late William R. Kellett. Read More »
The PM40 closed 12 May 2017 up 14% from the 13 May 2016 level. Read More »
In this issue of Disconnected Comparisons, we evaluate Sappi and Glatfelter. Read More »
Reported insider trading since the last issue of PaperMoney. Read More »
Higher sales volume due to increased demand Read More »
Working with authorities to determine cause Read More »
Finding ways to turn waste product into a biofuel product Read More »
Orchard Park envelope manufacturer Quality Park Products plans to close its facility by mid-June, putting 111 employees out of work. Read More »
Incidents in 2017: We are updating this list as these happen in the pulp, paper and forest products industry Read More »
This article is intended primarily to focus company management on some of the essential considerations involved when entering into negotiations. Since the end result will not only involve an allocation of resources and have a significant effect on other areas of the company, the achievement of contract goals becomes of highest importance. Here are a few guidelines that may be helpful. Read More »
Many older managers and some who are now in retirement operated within a traditional business management structure. This included organization charts, which outlined the company functions and lines of reporting... Read More »
For many years Australia has had substantially a duopoly of corrugated box suppliers, with Visy Industries (Pratt Group) and Amcor (now Orora) between them supplying more than 85% of the market. A bruising "box war" many years ago saw the demise of the Smorgon Group as Australia's third integrated corrugated box supplier. Visy consolidated its market leading position and now holds well over 50% market share and Orora more than 30%. This orderly state of affairs may be about to change. Read More »
Pulp and Paper Manufacturers report to the US Securities and Exchange Commission Read More »
Acquiring approximately 95,100 acres of high-quality industrial timberlands Read More »
A newsprint vendor is suing the Tampa Bay Times, claiming the paper owes more than $340,000 in debt from the acquisition of the Tampa Tribune last year. Read More »
For the construction of a new harbor for the country's expanding pulp and paper industry Read More »
KapStone has big bucks riding on biomass bill in Washington Read More »
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