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Scheufelen boss starts new paper company

The chief executive of failed German paper mill Scheufelen has started a new paper company employing 26 of his previous firm’s 95 staff.

Arjo UK mills: MBO gains SE support

Negotiations over the sale of the Arjowiggins Fine Papers UK businesses in administration are understood to have reached a critical juncture, with Scottish Enterprise confirming to PrintWeek that it has agreed in principle to offer financial support for the MBO deal.

Shipping company fined after driver struck by paper reel

A shipping company must pay nearly £40,000 after a heavy goods vehicle (HGV) driver was injured when he was struck by a paper reel that was being loaded onto his trailer.

441 companies remove misleading anti-paper messaging

441 companies have now removed or changed their messaging since the inception of pro-paper campaign group Two Sides in 2008.

PG Paper supports growth strategy with top-level hires

Scottish paper merchant PG Paper has appointed its first managing director as well as a sales manager to support growth plans across its international markets.

French Arjo paper mill put up for auction

Auction procedures for one of Arjowiggins’ French sites have begun while the sale of its UK sites remains unconfirmed.

Major print buyer adopts new hybrid gravure paper

A new hybrid paper suitable for gravure or heatset web offset printing is now available thanks to a collaboration between Craft Worldwide, papermaker Leipa and printer Prinovis.

Premier Paper acquired by Japan Pulp & Paper

Paper merchant Premier Paper Group has been acquired by Japan Pulp and Paper Company (JPP).

Former Paperlinx business subsumed into Japanese giant

The renamed former Paperlinx business has been sold to a Japanese paper group.

Two Sides study shows green myths persist despite love for print

A new survey commissioned by paper advocacy group Two Sides has revealed that numerous environmental myths about paper persist among the European public, despite an enduring love for print.

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