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Fespa Digital 2014 targets sell out in Munich

Fespa Digital 2014 is targeting a sell-out event in Munich next year after already surpassing the net exhibitor space at the previous event in Barcelona last year.

Shotgun wedding for European paper giants?

As mega-mergers go, the potential combination of UPM and Stora Enso's European paper assets is hard to top. The resulting entity would produce 16m tonnes of paper annually, control 40% of the European market and be, by some distance, the biggest producer of newsprint and magazine grades on the continent.

Ilford rescued via MBO, but job cuts needed

Ilford Imaging Switzerland has announced a 40% reduction in its workforce following its sale via an MBO to chief executive Paul Willems and chief financial officer Jean-Marc Metrailler.

Paperlinx reduces losses and targets profitability in 2014

Paperlinx has recorded a loss of A$90.2m (52m) in its full-year results, a significant improvement on the loss of A$266.7m in 2011/2012.

Antalis owner hit by weak demand and prices as losses quadruple

Sequana, the French paper group that owns Arjowiggins and Antalis, has reported a sales slump of 9% in the first half of 2013, citing a "sharp decline in demand for printing papers in Europe".

Paperlinx UK managing director exits business

Paperlinx UK managing director Phil Carr has left the business "at the request of the board" just eight months after taking on the role.

Interview: 'We have got enormous opportunities coming up'

Andrew Price became executive director of Paperlinx, the UK's largest paper merchanting group, last September after a very public spat with the global group's board.

Two Sides challenges rival NGO's paper claims

Industry lobbying group Two Sides has hit back at a rival paper NGO's "questionable claims" about the sustainability of paper.

Drytac outsources distribution to Antalis

Antalis has signed an exclusive distribution deal for the UK and Eire with graphic finishing and display product manufacturer Drytac.

Volume drop doesn't tell whole story

The news that paper volumes are in almost free-fall decline, will come as no surprise to anyone.

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