Pulp and Paper News Roundup: June 2020
Just 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!
- More Typical Prices in Atypical Times for Recovered Paper Grades
- Analysts Gauge How COVID-19 Affects the Recovered Paper Sector
- Verso to Idle Paper Mills in Duluth and Wisconsin Rapids Due to Market Decline Caused by COVID-19
- Welcome to the Age of Corrugated. And You Thought It Was Just a Brown Box.
- U.S. Containerboard Production Increased One Percent in May
- Paper Receipts Association Launches Good Manufacturing Practices to Combat Mislabeling
- China and Indonesia ‘Show Need’ for UK Paper Mill Investment
- International Paper Makes Top 10 in ‘100 Best Places to Work in IT’
- Want to Maximize CO2 Sequestration in the Forest? Cut a Tree
Read the May 2020 Pulp and Paper Roundup here.