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James Cropper reports record sales but profits hit

Cumbrian papermaker James Cropper has achieved record full-year sales, but pre-tax profits have almost almost halved due to the impact of continued higher pulp prices.

James Cropper rebrands following Foldability partnership

Cumbrian papermaker James Cropper has launched new branding and a new-look livery for its vehicle fleet following a creative collaboration with design studio Foldability.

James Cropper profits down in H1

Cumbrian papermaker James Cropper has reported a steep pre-tax profit drop in the first half of the financial year as it continues to be impacted by higher pulp prices.

James Cropper warns on profits

Cumbrian papermaker James Cropper has warned that the net impact of the sustained current high pulp price is expected to hit its pre-tax profits for the current year by £2m more than initially anticipated.

James Cropper profits hit by rising pulp prices

Cumbrian papermaker James Cropper has reported a pre-tax profit fall of 18.2% in its annual results as “dramatically rising pulp costs” led to increased costs.

Sappi to acquire Cham Paper’s speciality paper business

Paper producer Sappi has signed an agreement to acquire the speciality paper business of Cham Paper Group Holding (CPG) for CHF146.5m (£110m).

Stora Enso sells Swedish subsidiary Re-board

Finnish paper manufacturing group Stora Enso has signed an agreement to divest the business and assets of its Swedish subsidiary Stora Enso Re-board to Culas, for an undisclosed sum.

Premier raises more than £20k for cancer charity

Premier Paper has raised more than £20,000 for Breast Cancer Care, following a successful fundraising campaign in recognition of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Benders Paper Cups opts for KBA/Flexotecnica EVO XD

Benders Paper Cups has invested in a KBA/Flexotecnica EVO XD flexo press to help with quality control, open new market opportunities and provide extra capacity for the future.

Europoint confident of future after 'rollercoaster' six months

Europoint, the wide-format substrate business rescued from administration following the collapse of Paperlinx UK, is looking forward to a bright future as it severs its final ties to its old owners and moves into three new buildings.

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