The generation of printed paper that ends up in Ontario homes has fallen.
Rolland Enterprises purchases Cascades fine paper activities in Quebec for $39.5-million.
Specialty paper market expected to offer long term stability and attractive pricing for those considering entering sector.
Despite people plotting the end of paper, evidence abounds that paper has a great future.
Teijin develops eco-friendly wet-strong printing paper made 100 per cent with recycled polyester derived from used PET bottles.
Upgraded mill will become first high-performance lightweight recycled paper mill in North America.
German company takes over Kemira Chemicals Canada to supplement cellulose and paper industry concerns.
Checkout – Canadian Packaging – June 2011
Diversified global packaging manufacturer has strongest ever first quarter results in 2011.
Cascades Inc., a global leader in the recovery of recyclable materials and the manufacturing of green packaging and tissue paper products and headquartered in Kingsey Falls, Que., announced on February 18, 2011 that it had reached an agreement with OpenGate Capital, a private equity firm, for the sale of its Norampac Avot-Vallée mill to be completed on March 1, 2011.
With a portfolio encompassing some 400 brands in 14 categories including home, personal care and food products, Unilever has committed to sourcing sustainable paper packaging materials. Unilever’s plan is to work with its suppliers to ensure that by 2015 it…
After losing more than $5 billion over the past seven years, Canada’s battered paper industry will return to profitability by 2011. The Conference Board of Canada made this prediction late last month. The Conference Board predicted the industry will lose…
The State of California seeks to become the first to ban plastic shopping bags via the AB 1988 bill that still needs to pass the state Senate. The cities of San Francisco and Oakland have already banned plastic bag use,…
In conjunction with its three-day annual scientific conference, Sentinel Bioactive Paper Network recently publicly demonstrated to media and industry partners its Canadian developed bioactive paper sensors using printing technology developed by one of their industrial partners FUJIFILM Dimatix. The team…