Solving Print's Pain Points

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Sappi Europe to increase fine paper prices

Sappi Europe is set to increase prices for its fine paper grades by 7-10% from January 2024.

The new paper wrap machine can produce 500 million units annually

Biopax invests £1.3m in onshoring paper wrap

Belfast sustainable packaging and label firm Biopax has bought a brand-new Holweg Weber rotary flexo press, capable of processing 500 million units of paper wrap per year.

The change negotiations cover around 90 employees at the UPM Biofuels Lappeenranta biorefinery. Image: Google Maps

UPM businesses to start change negotiations on possible temporary layoffs

UPM Pulp, UPM Timber, UPM Communication Papers, and UPM Biofuels are set to start change negotiations on around 2,200 possible temporary layoffs.

Fedrigoni updates Imitlin range

Fedrigoni Group has refreshed and expanded its range of embossed Imitlin papers as part of a wider strategy to position the products for elegant packaging applications.

James Cropper: sales at its paper division were down 45%

James Cropper posts improved first half results

James Cropper said its H1 group revenue is “broadly in line” with the board’s FY24 expectations, despite ongoing market headwinds in its Paper Products division.

Nick Gee to retire next year

Denmaur co-founder Nick Gee will retire at the end of the firm’s current financial year, after four decades at the paper and board merchant.

Lecta's refinance plans gain majority support

Lecta’s refinancing plan has been given the thumbs up by most of its stakeholders.

James Cropper's 3ft paper poppy with ex-forces members of staff

Royal British Legion launches paper poppy

The Royal British Legion (RBL)’s Poppy Appeal launched yesterday (26 October) with its first ever 100% paper-based poppy.

Artist's book project hits the headlines

Artist David Shrigley has made the national news thanks to a book project featuring bespoke papermaking and printing.

The containerboard mill in Orange will permanently cease production. Image: Google Maps, 2016

International Paper closures to impact 900 jobs

International Paper is set to permanently close its containerboard mill in Orange, Texas and will permanently cease production on two of its pulp machines at other sites, affecting around 900 jobs.