Total U.S. Boxboard Production Dipped Slightly in June Vs. May

July 21, 2014 - The American Forest & Paper Association released its June 2014 U.S. Paperboard Report which said total boxboard production increased 1.2 percent when compared to June 2013 and decreased 0.6 percent from last month.

Unbleached Kraft Boxboard production increased over the same month last year, and increased compared to last month.

Total Solid Bleached Boxboard & Liner production was flat compared to June 2013 and to last month.

The production of Recycled Boxboard increased compared to June 2013 and decreased when compared to last month.

The report can be purchased by contacting Caroline Nealon at or 202-463-2448.

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