Pulp and Paper News Roundup: June 2020



pulp and paperJust like that, another month has passed, which means it’s time for the June pulp and paper industry news roundup. In an effort to do our part to share knowledge, we’ve gathered some of this month’s top news stories that include:

  • In response to short supplies caused in part by COVID-19, paper prices continuing to surge
  • Because of the pandemic, paper mills idling
  • Increased efforts in corrugated cardboard

Check them out below!


Read the May 2020 Pulp and Paper Roundup here.

About the Author
Anna Claire Howard is a contributing writer and editor for Sealing Equipment Products Co. Inc. (SEPCO) and has been since Spring 2019. She is a full-time freelancer and stay-at-home-mom. Before those two big life changes, she was the content marketing specialist for Fluke Accelix; assistant editor for Grand View Outdoors, publisher of Bowhunting World, Predator Xtreme, Whitetail Journal, Tactical Retailer, and Shooting Sports Retailer; managing editor for Media Solutions, Inc., publisher of Gear Solutions, Wind Systems, and Thermal Processing magazines; assistant editor for MSI; and the editorial intern for B.A.S.S., LLC, publisher of Bassmaster Magazine and Bassmaster.com. In these B2B/B2C roles, Anna Claire developed an appreciation for the industrial sector, as well as the operators and technicians who make up the workforce. You can find her on LinkedIn at bit.ly/ACHowardLI.

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