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GREENHOUSE USING PULP MILL WASTE WINS INNOVATION AWARD
18/12/2018
Aalto University students have won Wood U Make It Happen?, the innovation contest run by the Finnish Forest Industries Federation.

SCHEUFELEN TO INCREASE GRASSPAPER PRODUCTION
01/12/2018
New investment in German paper mill Scheufelen will be used to ramp up the production of its grasspaper product.

SUSTAINABLE TAKEAWAY FOOD PACKAGING SOLUTION WINS KEMIRA’S INNOVATION CHALLENGE
29/11/2018
Kemira, a global chemicals company serving customers in water intensive industries, is happy to announce the winner of the “Food for Thought” innovation challenge - looking for new business models and alternatives to single use plastics in food packaging.<

UPM PLANS TO INVEST 2 BILLION EURO IN A NEW MILL IN URUGUAY
21/11/2018
A year ago UPM and the government of Uruguay signed an investment agreement which outlines the local prerequisites for a potential pulp mill. The agreement details the roles, commitments and timeline for both parties as well as the relevant items to be agreed prior to the final investment decision.

SAPPI TO EXPAND ITS SPECIALITY AND PACKAGING PAPER CAPACITY
01/11/2018
Sappi Limited has signed an agreement to acquire the speciality paper business of Cham Paper Group Holding AG (CPG) for approximately £130 million



PRINT STILL VERY RELEVANT SAYS PAMCO
18/12/2018
Printed media continues to reach a significant audience in comparison to digital media, according to the latest figures from PAMCo.

HEIDELBERG OPENS €50M CENTRE FOR DIGITAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
14/12/2018
Heidelberg has opened an innovation centre to help its drive to transform the digital print sector

HOBS ACQUIRES CANON UK 3D PRINTING
07/12/2018
Hobs Group is expanded in the UK 3D printing market with the acquisition of Canon UK’s 3D printer reseller business.

PROLOG SEEKS BUYERS
01/12/2018
Administrators at Promotional Logistics have reported a high level of interest in the business, which continues to trade while a buyer is sought.

UK WEEKLY, HELLO, MOVES TO EUROPE
01/08/2018
Following the closure of Polestar’s gravure site in Sheffield, a major publisher has moved its weekly magazine title to Belgium, while others still seek permanent solutions.


SUN HAS LARGEST CIRCULATION BUT THE GUARDIAN TOP ON TRUST
18/12/2018
The Sun has the largest monthly reach of any UK national newsbrand across print and online, according to the latest readership figures from Pamco

EDITORIAL JOBS GO AT KENT NEWSPAPER GROUP AFTER GREATER AUTOMATION OF SUB-EDITING PROCESSES
14/12/2018
Two sub-editing jobs have been lost at a weekly newspaper group in Kent after it “simplified” production of its print titles with new technology.

NEW SCIENTIST EDITOR PREDICTS FIRST ROBOT EDITOR
12/12/2018
New Scientist editor Emily Wilson has predicted that while she is the first ever woman editor of the magazine since it launched in 1956, “soon it will be the first robot editor”.

MIRROR, EXPRESS AND STAR PUBLISHER REACH SET TO MAKE £3M IN SAVINGS
10/12/2018
Reach, publisher of the Mirror, Express and Star newspapers, said it expects to make £3m in savings this year, £1m more than forecast, and will have paid down its debt by nearly a third (£26m) by the year’s end.

ESQUIRE GOES BI-MONTHLY AND INCREASES COVER PRICE AS IT AIMS FOR ‘LUXURY POSITIONING’
05/12/2018
Men’s lifestyle magazine Esquire will move from a monthly to publishing six issues a year under new plans from owner Hearst UK, with each new issue costing £6 – a cover price hike of 38 per cent.




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