paper industry

  • AFRY releases its latest World Paper Markets edition with outlooks to 2035

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    The world paper industry is currently facing far-reaching structural changes due to the digitalisation of society and business, the globalisation of industries and the consequent redistribution of wealth. The pandemic has pushed the global paper market onto a new trajectory with significant long-term implications. World demand for paper and board is forecast to grow by 1.1%/a in the long-term, from 410 million tonnes in 2019 to 488 million tonnes by 2035. / AFRY
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  • Too small Swedish presence in Asia

    Etiketter: The pulp and paper industry
    The paper industry is facing challenges as global volumes of printing paper are in steady decline. New capacities of paper grades, including premium and liquid packaging board, are coming on stream in China – this is likely to make exports to China from Europe increasingly diffcult, according to Peter Lennhag, Asia Pacific Executive Advisors. / Papernet
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  • UPM produces first newsprint to carry EU's Eco-label

    UPM has positioned itself as the frontrunner in the sustainable transformation of the paper industry by obtaining the first EU Ecolabel for newsprint. / Papernet
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  • Recession reduces production in the Finnish forest sector this year

    Pellervo Economic Research PTT forecasts that recession in Europe will have clear impacts on the Finnish forest sector this year. In the paper industry there will be significant decreases both in production and export volumes. / PTT
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