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SEPTEMBER 2007 NEWS ARCHIVES

  • M-real to Boost Price for Folding Boxboard in Europe (9/27)
  • IP Begins Linerboard Production at Pensacola Mill (9/24)
  • NewPage to Buy Stora Enso N.A. in 2.5 Billion Deal (9/21)
  • Botnia Sees Uruguay Pulp Mill Starting Up (9/20) (external)
  • Metso to Supply Board Machine to Lee & Man Mill (9/19)
  • IP Supplies Eco-Friendly Cups to Tully's Coffee (9/19)
  • Smurfit-Stone's Hodge Mill Reaches Safety Milestone (9/19)
  • Greenpeace Blocks Freighter Loaded With Pulp (9/17)
  • SCA to Spend SEK 800 Million on Pulp Project in Sweden (9/13)
  • Sappi Names Mark Gardner as President/CEO (9/13)
  • Norske Skog to Reduce Newsprint Production in 2007-08 (9/13)
  • Kimberly-Clark to Build Tissue Plant in Russia (9/12)
  • China Halts Plan to Convert Farmland to Forest (9/11)
  • M-real to Boost Price for Linerboard Grade in Europe (9/11)
  • Ahlstrom Enters Specialty Papers JV in China (9/10)
  • Eka to Manage Chlorine Dioxide Plant for Stora Mill (9/10)
  • Boise Cascade to Sell Paper Making Business for $1.6 Billion (9/7)
  • Norampac Agrees to Sell Red Rock Linerboard Mill (9/7)
  • Smurfit-Stone to Convert Buffalo, NY Plant to Sheeting Unit (9/7)
  • G-P to Shut Bellingham, WA Tissue Mill (9/6) external
  • Six Named to Paper Industry International Hall of Fame (9/6)
  • Smurfit-Stone Taps Strickland to Lead National Sales Teams (9/6)
  • Regulators OK SCA Purchase of P&G's European Tissue Ops (9/5)
  • Stora Enso Makes Group Organizational Changes (9/5)
  • Ahlstrom Completes JV With Brazil's VCP (9/4)