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SEPTEMBER 2008 NEWS ARCHIVES

  • SCA Finalizes Sale of UK/Ireland Corrugated Business (9/30)
  • M-real to Sell Graphic Papers Unit to Sappi (9/29)
  • Catalyst to Take Downtime at Snowflake, AZ Mill (9/29)
  • Southern Paper Group Takes Stake in Perma-Flex (9/29)
  • Caraustar to Add Surcharge on Recovered Fiber Shipments (9/26)
  • Verso Paper to Take Production Downtime in Q4 (9/25)
  • Arctic Paper Acquires Grycksbo Paper in Sweden (9/25)
  • Kruger Cutting Coated Paper Production in Canada (9/24)
  • Mondi Likely to Close Holcombe Mill in the UK (9/23)
  • Georgia-Pacific Launches Three-Layered Tissue (9/22)
  • Tembec to Take Pulp Downtime at Matane Mill (9/17)
  • Metso to Supply Containerboard Machine to Amcor (9/17)
  • AF&PA Holds Its First-Ever Biomass Workshop (9/16)
  • Votorantim, Arainvest Agree on Investment Terms (9/15)
  • Arctic Paper Acquires German Paper Mill (9/11)
  • UPM To Restructure Operations, Cut Capacity, Jobs (9/10)
  • Verso Paper to Shift Grades on No 1 PM in Maine (9/10)
  • NewPage Names David Prystash as Sr. VP, CFO (9/10)
  • Four Injet Makers Form Deinking Research Group (9/9)
  • IP to Shutdown Containerboard Machine in Midwest (9/9)
  • Sonoco Plants Earn Chain-of-Custody Certifications (9/9)
  • Paper Hall to Honor Seven at Induction Ceremony (9/8)
  • Finch Paper to Increase Price On Six Products (9/8)
  • Pöyry Gains Engineering Contract for Board Machine (9/8)
  • RockTenn Ups Price for Linerboard, Corrugated Medium (9/6)
  • SCA to Build $240 Million Tissue Mill in Mexico (9/5)
  • Workers Say Abitibi Restructuring Plan No Good (9/5) CBC
  • Boise Louisiana Mill to Resume Normal Operations (9/4)
  • Katahdin Paper Shuts Down SC Paper Machine in Maine (9/4)
  • Temple-Inland Mills OK After Hurricane Gustav (9/3)
  • Dragon International Income Up in 1st Half 2008 (9/3)
  • Tan Mai Paper to Build Pulp and Paper Mill in Vietnam (9/3)
  • Tembec to Cut Pulp Production on Weak Demand (9/2)