Pulp and Paper News Roundup: December 2021
We’ve gathered some of the top pulp and paper news stories from December, including: industry trends to watch in 2022, an increase in printing-writing shipments, the impacts of the supply chain crisis to the forest products industry, and how one organization is addressing unexplained gender pay gaps.
Learn more about what’s been going on in the pulp and paper industry below!
- Red Leaf Pulp Awarded $3.8 Million to Commercialize Non-Wood Pulping Technology
- China Imported 30% of Its Total Volume of Softwood Logs from Europe in 2021
- Renewable Materials and the Future of Plastics
- Pulp & Paper Industry Trends to Watch in 2022
- International Paper to Build Corrugated Packaging Plant in Pennsylvania
- Total U.S. Printing-Writing Paper Shipments Increased One Percent in November 2021
- New Survey Signals Recovery in Printing Paper, With Quality and Carbon Neutrality Becoming More Important
- Labor Challenges Part 1: Where Have America’s Workers Gone?
- UPM to Adjust Unexplained Gender Pay Gaps in All Locations
- Total U.S. Packaging Papers & Specialty Packaging Shipments Decreased Two Percent in November 2021
- Impacts of the Supply Chain Crisis to the Forest Products Industry
Read our November Pulp and Paper Roundup here.