Pulp and Paper News Roundup: March 2021
We’ve gathered some of the top pulp and paper news stories from March to contribute to the spread of industry knowledge.
This month’s top stories include a spike in frozen food sales leading to increased demand for paper products, why print magazines are experiencing a surprise comeback, and how the demand surpassed supply for most recovered paper grades last month.
Learn more about what’s been going on in the pulp and paper industry below!
- Regional U.S. Chip and Pulpwood Price Trends Diverge
- Demand Surpasses Supply for Most Recovered Paper Grades in February
- Graphic Packaging CEO Michael Doss Named PaperAge’s Executive Papermaker of the Year
- Spike in Frozen Food Sales Creates Strong Demand for Paper Products
- Surprise Rise: Paper and Plastic Exports Up to Start 2021
- Total U.S. Printing-Writing Paper Shipments Decreased 29 Percent in February 2021
- Total U.S. Packaging Papers & Specialty Packaging Shipments Decreased Two Percent in February 2021
- Green Bay Packaging Starts Production at Its New Paper Mill in Wisconsin
- Digital Escape: Why Magazines Are Experiencing a Surprise Renaissance
Read our February Pulp and Paper Roundup here.