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Sequana completes Antalis Stock Exchange listing

Antalis and Arjowiggins parent Sequana has completed the Paris Stock Exchange listing of Antalis and exited from the ‘Sauvegarde’ procedure following approval of its preventive plan by the French Commercial Court.

Antalis poised to float as parent hit by $138m court claim

Antalis and Arjowiggins parent Sequana has lost the latest round of its long-running High Court battle with BAT Industries and has filed for temporary creditor protection in France while it looks to dispose of Arjo’s security paper operation and launch an IPO at merchanting arm Antalis.

DS Smith posts revenue and profit growth in half-year results

DS Smith has recorded significant jumps in both revenue and pre-tax profit in its half-year results.

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".

Arjowiggins follows Sappi's lead on paper price rises

Arjowiggins Graphic is to implement a price increase across its woodfree coated papers from 1 April.

No price changes from Metsa following 25% profit boost

Metsa Group has said that it expects "no significant price changes" to its uncoated paper, liner and folding boxboard (FBB) expected in the coming months, while coated paper prices are expected to fall.

UPM sells Stracel to shrink unprofitable paper business

UPM has agreed the sale of its Stracel mill as the group announced it had made a EUR 1.6bn (1.4bn) operating loss in Q4 2012.

Sappi announces price increase

Sappi Fine Paper has raised prices across its graphic papers business due to surging raw material costs and declining margins for merchant sales.

James Cropper boosts profits despite falling paper sales

Paper manufacturer James Cropper has recorded a double digit increase in its operating profit for the first half of 2012 despite falling sales in its speciality paper business.

UPM accuses Metsa of breaching shareholding agreement

UPM is taking legal action against fellow paper manufacturer Metsaliitto Cooporative and its subsidiary Metsa Board, in relation to the jointly-owned Metsa Fibre.

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