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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.

Timber regulations turn over a new leaf

That nothing even closely resembling the new EU Timber Regulations (EUTR) existed before they were launched in March, is kind of surprising. Most would probably have assumed that introducing illegally logged timber to the EU market had always been a criminal offence. But this wasn't the case.

Swan Mill fined after employee crushed

Kent-based Swan Mill Paper Company has been fined following an HSE investigation into an incident in which an employee was crushed by a forklift truck.

Arjowiggins fined 75,000 for worker injury

Arjowiggins Fine Papers has been fined after a member of staff was seriously injured at the paper merchant's Aberdeen-based Stoneywood Paper Mill in 2010.

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.

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.

Two Sides reveals speakers for autumn seminar

Two Sides has invited WWF pulp and paper strategy manager Emmanuelle Neyroumande to clear up the myths about paper sustainability at its seminar Promoting the Sustainability and Effectiveness of Print Media in a Multi-Media World.

CPI blasts governmental red tape on corrugated sector

CPI director general David Workman is calling for a five-year moratorium on government regulations across the paper industry.

Ramin logs at APP mill 'an accident'

The Indonesian Ministry of Forestry (MoF) has said paper manufacturer Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) was not illegally logging an endangered tree species after a Greenpeace investigation found ramin at one of its plants.

APP 'illegal logging' claim investigated by Indonesian Ministry of Forestry

Pulp and paper producer Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) is awaiting an Indonesian Ministry of Forestry report following accusations of illegal logging by Greenpeace.

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