Monthly Archives: March 2022

Value of paper and paper products exported from India in financial year 2021, by type

Within the market of paper and its products, India exported paper and paper board products at the highest value in fiscal year 2021. This amounted to almost two billion U.S. dollars. On the other hand, newsprint ranked lowest among other commodities within the sector that year.

Sappi Europe: A new approach to packaging – with a clear view towards increased sustainability

With new translucent paper Crystalcon, Sappi is adding another innovative product to its range of sustainable packaging papers. Used in combination with Sappi’s heat-sealable Seal Silk, the new paper delivers a recyclable, easy-to-implement packaging solution for a variety of food and non-food applications – all from a single source. Crystalcon’s translucence allows consumers a direct view of […]

Online registration for International Pulp Week 2022 in Vancouver is now open

Registration for the 17th Annual International Pulp Week (IPW), held in Vancouver, British Columbia from June 12th to June 14th, 2022 is now open. Register now and avoid missing out on this premier event that unites the world’s leading suppliers of market pulp and their customers for a first-rate informational and networking opportunity. PROGRAM & REGISTRATION As always, […]

PulPaper 2022 enables networking in June

About 250 exhibitors will participate in the leading international event for the forest industry, PulPaper 2022. The program consists of the PulPaper Conference, the new Green Economy Business Summit, and a wide range of presentations at the Future Square Stage. The startup competition presents the most interesting innovations during the event. The three-day PulPaper will be […]

Paper consumption worldwide from 2020 to 2030

The global consumption of paper and board amounted to an estimated 399 million metric tons in 2020. It is expected that demand will increase steadily over the next decade, reaching approximately 461 million metric tons in 2030.

Lessebo Paper is supporting a charity project for Ukraine

Bonnier Books publishes the Ukrainian book Maya and her friends in several countries. The proceeds go in full to UNICEF’s work to help children in Ukraine. The book is printed on Lessebo Design White, donated by Lessebo Paper. The children’s book Maya and her friends is written by the Ukrainian author Laura Denysenko, who is […]

Despite the increasing uncertainties, the French paper industry hopes to continue in 2022 the strong rebound in activity observed in 2021

In spite of the increasing uncertainties (conflict in Ukraine, energy markets, slowing growth, resumption of inflation), the French paper industry hopes to continue in 2022 the strong rebound in activity observed last year. The rebound in paper production in 2021 (+7%) has made it possible to erase the low point of 2020 (-6.1%). This was […]

Innovative coffee lid made with PulPac’s Dry Molded Fiber technology

Every year, more than 300 billion plastic lids – 1.5 million tons of plastic – are produced. Many of them end up as litter in the world’s oceans. A Swedish collaboration between three innovative companies at the forefront of sustainability – PulPac, Liplid and MAX Burgers – is now leading the way towards replacing the […]

Valmet introduces the latest generation of the Valmet Retention Measurement

Valmet introduces the latest generation of the Valmet Retention Measurement for continuous measurement of total and true ash consistencies at the wet end. Capable of dealing with various pulps and fillers in the headbox and white-water, the Valmet Retention Measurement offers a solid base for fully automatic retention aid control to vastly improve runnability, efficiency […]

Distribution of paper imports worldwide in 2019 by country

In 2019, 15 countries accounted for just over 58 percent of the total paper imports worldwide. The United States and Germany were the leading paper importing countries, accounting for 10.3 percent and 8.3 percent of global paper imports in 2019, respectively.