Pulp & Paper
uLab launches custom packaging service
uLab Systems, the creator of uSmile clear aligners and uDesign treatment…
Taking a Stand: How Organizations Can Overcome Hate and Inspire Meaningful Societal Change
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Advanced Manufacturing survey launches, manufacturers encouraged to respond
Plant magazine and CanadianManufacturing.com are undertaking an annual survey…
Wabtec starts operations at Neighborhood 91 additive hub
Wabtec Corporation started operations at Neighborhood 91, the additive…
New recruiting network exclusive to manufacturing
A new recruiting network has been launched targeted specifically…
Why Lack of Communication is the #1 Killer of Employee Performance
For many CEOs and executives nowadays, communication is by far their greatest challenge. That is not to say they are not good communicators. Quite the contrary, in fact.
Demo Days is now live, featuring videos for manufacturing decision makers to keep on top of market trends
Annex Business Media’s manufacturing network has launched its one-of-a-kind…
Communicating Effectively When Everyone is Zoomed Out
Recent events have increased adoption of technology to communicate by using virtual meetings.
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What’s up dock? Diagnosing industrial door problems
Address them promptly to protect against environmental and
Paper towel in short supply as people stay home, clean more: Kruger
Sales continue to outpace pre-COVID levels, pushing to open its new plant in Sherbrooke to add more capacity.
Northern Pulp appeals cleanup order, pauses environmental assessment
Production stopped after Nova Scotia rejected its request to continue pumping treated effluent into a nearby treatment lagoon.
Cascades to close containerboard plant in Burlington
Part of ongoing initiatives to “optimize” activities in the boxboard packaging sector.
Canfor curtailing production for four weeks, closing a mill in BC
Pandemic and other local factors blamed for both actions by the forest products company.
Cascades launches new packaging line for e‑commerce
Sustainable products and services to ensure quality and delivery reliability for online products.
NS chemists work with mill to create medical-grade pulp for N95 masks
A recent grant from Research Nova Scotia will provide about $72,000 to the project.
Wood chips to make pulp for toilet paper in short supply
Sector is supplying pulp for sanitary wipes, paper towels, protective masks and hospital gowns.
Kruger rolls out give-back program to frontline healthcare workers
Tissue manufacturer will deliver tissue products with Mercedes-Benz Canada.
Chinese company abandons $1.8B Arkansas paper mill plan
Cites political friction, economic instability and the coronavirus outbreak as reasons for walking away from the project.
Supremex buys envelope manufacturer, printer Royal Envelope for $27.4M
Employs approximately 135 people at its two primary facilities in Concord, Ont., and LaSalle, Que.
Nova Scotia forest industry airs concerns over mill closure during AGM
Frustration voiced over what is seen to be a lack of direction following the loss of one of the industry’s major players.
Lumber company shares rise on news the US intends to cut softwood duties
CIBC suggests average US duties would drop from about US$67 per thousand board feet to $30 based on current pricing levels.
India dumping probe adds to Canadian newsprint industry woes
North American demand dropped 14% in 2019 as inventories rose more than 20%, indicating lower pricing to come.
Former PepsiCo exec is new chief marketing officer for Kruger Products
She replaces the retiring Nancy Marcus, who joined the Kruger team in 2001.
Resolute to produce cellulose filaments at Quebec paper mill
$27 million for a plant and $11 million to modernize equipment to produce high-grade SCA+ supercalendered paper.
Northern Pulp focuses on mill cleanup before ‘indefinite’ Jan. 31 shutdown
Parent company is discussing the mill’s “hibernation plan” with the Nova Scotia government, after committing to stay in the province for the long term.
NS offering ’emotional support’ line to workers affected by mill closure
Shutdown the result of Northern Pulp no longer being allowed to dump effluent near the Pictou Landing First Nation.
Some businesses thrived, many lagged during pandemic in 2020
Here are the lists of winners and losers
Ottawa won’t assess N.S. mill’s pipeline proposal, leaving it up to the province
Federal Environment Minister said he’s decided not to designate Northern Pulp’s proposed pipeline and effluent treatment plant for a federal impact assessment.
Cascades purchases 20.2% interest CDPQ has in Greenpac mill
Expected purchase price is US$93 million with the transaction closing Jan. 3, 2020.
Transcontinental CEO calls bid to ban flyers in Montreal ‘incoherent’
He says it fails to take into account Quebec consumers’ needs and hands a flyer monopoly to Canada Post.
Cascades launches a 100% recycled, recyclable cardboard food tray
Patented water-based barrier coating protects it against humidity to enhance the packaging efficiency.