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Antalis to establish new shareholding structure

Antalis has revealed it will set up a new shareholding structure in the coming months, which could result in Sequana no longer being its majority shareholder.

Court of Appeal upholds Sequana dividend judgement in BAT case

The Court of Appeal in London has upheld a €163m (£143m) judgement against Antalis and Arjowiggins parent Sequana that related to a €135m dividend received by Sequana in 2009.

Two new members for Two Sides

Woodland conservation charity The Woodland Trust and web-to-print platform developer Infigo Software have joined the paper advocacy group Two Sides.

Stora Enso results kick off profit protection plans

Stora Enso has initiated a profit protection programme that will see a paper machine shut down at its Imatra Mill in southern Finland and the equivalent of 115 full-time jobs lost in preparation for uncertain market conditions in 2019.

Feldmuehle to continue with reduced workforce following restructure

Insolvent independent German paper mill Feldmuehle is set to continue with around half of its previous workforce following the implementation of its restructuring plan.

Print and paper firms rated as leaders on climate action

A number of companies in the print, pulp, paper and forest sectors have been rated as global leaders on corporate climate action by non-profit global environmental disclosure platform CDP.

Cross-party talks held on future of Arjo Stoneywood mill

Politicians, union leaders and managers have met to discuss the future of Arjowiggins’ Stoneywood mill, after it was placed into administration last week alongside Arjowiggins’ other UK operations.

Arjowiggins' UK businesses enter administration

The UK operations of pulp and fine paper business Arjowiggins have been placed into administration.

Stora Enso completes negotiations on possible temporary layoffs at Oulu

Stora Enso has completed co-determination negotiations on possible temporary layoffs with employees at its Oulu Mill in Finland.

French court orders opening of receivership proceedings at some Arjo sites

The Commercial Court of Nanterre has ordered the opening of safeguard and receivership proceedings for some of Arjowiggins’ French subsidiaries.

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