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AUGUST 2007 NEWS ARCHIVES

  • SCA Makes Change in Chief Executive Position (8/31)
  • Suzano Starts-up New 1 Million tpy Pulp Line in Brazil (8/28)
  • Shanghai: Demand for Paper Outpaces Local Supply (8/28)
  • Port Townsend Exits Bankruptcy, Now a Private Company (8/28)
  • IP Names Thomas Cleves VP Investor Relations (8/27)
  • Fraser Plans Energy Saving Project at Thurso Mill (8/27)
  • MeadWestvaco to Sell WV Forestlands for $93.1 Mln. (8/24)
  • MeadWestvaco to Close Laurel Paper Mill in Mass. (8/23)
  • Billerud Names New Manager at Gruvon Mill, Sweden (8/23)
  • Orchids Paper Names Robert Snyder as President/CEO (8/21)
  • Impact of B.C. Forestry Strike Deepens (8/18) external
  • Pope & Talbot to Increase Price for NBSK Pulp (8/18)
  • Elk Falls Mill to Cut Production (8/17)
  • International Paper, Ilim Pulp Agree to Joint Venture (8/17)
  • UPM Invests EUR 10 Million at Kymi Paper Mill (8/17)
  • Appleton Posts Second Quarter Loss (8/15)
  • Global Forest Products Sector Posts Mixed Results (8/14)
  • Kemira to Increase Price for Colorants in N. America (8/14)
  • IP to Acquire Central Lewmar for $185 Million (8/13)
  • Domtar Posts Secomd Quarter Profit (8/13)
  • UPM Exiting Brown Sack Paper Business (8/9)
  • Smurfit-Stone to Sell Brewton Linerboard Mill to GP (8/8)
  • International Paper to Close Terre Haute Mill Oct. 1 (8/8)
  • Glatfelter Swings to Second Quarter Profit (8/7)
  • Cascades Posts Second Quarter Results (8/7)
  • Smurfit-Stone Memphis Mill Recognized for Safety (8/7)
  • NewPage Reports Stable 2nd Quarter Results (8/6)
  • Weyerhaeuser Posts Lower 2nd Quarter Earnings (8/3)
  • Palm Paper Orders Newsprint Machine from Voith (8/2)
  • International Paper 2nd Quarter Earnings Up Sharply (8/2)
  • Pope & Talbot to Temporarily Cut NBSK Production (8/1)
  • MeadWestvaco Swings to 2nd Quarter Profit (8/1)
  • Orchids Paper Names Keith Schroeder Interim President (8/1)
  • Smurfit-Stone Names John Lingle to VP Post (8/1)