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Arjo liquidators close largest French site

Arjowiggins staff at the firm's largest mill in France are set to lose their jobs after a last-ditch attempt to save the Bessé-sur-Braye mill are understood to have fallen through.

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.

Tullis Russell workers awarded £1.5m redundancy pay

Former Tullis Russell Papermakers staff have each been awarded the equivalent of eight weeks' pay by an employment tribunal – £1.5m in total.

Tullis Russell Papermakers fined after worker crushed by runaway reel

Tullis Russell Papermakers has been fined £50,000 after a worker was injured in a work practice branded “Heath Robinson-esque” by the Sherrif in court.

Two companies fined following two deaths at factory

Manufacturers have been warned to carry out basic risk assessments on dangerous machines after two businesses were fined following the death of two workers at a Merseyside woodchip factory.

Paper firm fined 70,000 for employee death

A Corby paper manufacturer last week pleaded guilty to breaching health and safety regulations after an employee was killed when racking collapsed on her in 2009.

APP pledges to stop clearing Indonesian rainforest

Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) has pledged to halt its Indonesian deforestation projects with immediate effect, bringing 2012's anti-deforestation pledge forward by two years.

Cotek Papers fined for worker's crushed hand

Gloucestershire paper manufacturer Cotek Papers has been fined nearly 6,000 after a worker crushed his hand in one of its coating machines.

Insolvent Vida Paper seeks investor

Swedish paper manufacturer Vida Paper is looking for an investor to save the company after it declared bankruptcy at the end of 2012.

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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