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Favini zaps counterfeiters with new range of security products

Favini has launched a range of papers designed to protect products from counterfeiting by adding security elements within the packaging or labeling to ensure the product’s authenticity.

Revamped paper range targets expanding high-speed inkjet market

Crown Van Gelder has re-branded its high-speed inkjet papers as the papermaker gears up for growth in colour inkjet printing.

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.

Sappi to raise SBS board prices

Sappi Fine Paper Europe has announced that it will be raising its SBS board prices next month "in light of continuous and sustained increases in costs of raw materials".

Aspenlink hit with prohibition notices following accident

Essex-based paper converter and flexographic printer Aspenlink has been ordered to stop work on three of its machines by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

Man crushed by paper reel airlifted to hospital

A man in his forties suffered life-threatening injuries when he was crushed under a paper reel on an industrial estate in Essex last week.

Paperlinx reverts to regional sales focus

Paperlinx is to disband the Commercial Print division's centralised account management team it created at the start of this year in favour of "putting the power back into the branches".

UPM achieves sustainability accolade

UPM has been named industry leader in environmental sustainability in the Paper and Forest Products sector in the Dow Jones European and World Sustainability Indices (DJSI).

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.

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