Pulp and Paper News Roundup: March 2020
In an effort to share knowledge and advance the pulp and paper industry, we’ve collected some of the top news stories from this month. Some of these topics include the industry’s reaction to the current Coronavirus pandemic, an increase in container board production, and legislative pushes to ban paper bags. Check them out below!
- International Paper Statement on COVID-19 Pandemic
- COVID-19: Europe’s Corrugated Industry Providing Sufficient Supply of Transport Packaging
- Total U.S. Printing-Writing Paper Shipments Decreased Five Percent in February
- U.S. Containerboard Production Increased 10 Percent in February 2020
- ABB to Upgrade Paper Machine Drives, Motors, and Electrical Control Systems for PM12 at WestRock’s Longview Mill
- Is a $6.50 “Paper Statement Fee” a Rip-off?
- COVID-19: Lessons Learned from the Front Lines
- New Jersey Legislators Push to Ban Both Plastic, Paper Bags
- Georgia-Pacific Reinvesting in Camas Paper Mill in Washington; $15 Million in Capital Improvements
- The Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment Issues Response to EU Climate Law
This link will take you to the February 2020 Pulp and Paper Roundup.