Paper companies Catalyst and Resolute -- the only two remaining publicly traded North American newsprint
makers -- reported losses in recent days, attributing declining demand for paper (whether it be newsprint
or any other kind) as their biggest problem.
Up gradation of de-inked pulp plant at Newsprint
Nagar in Kottayam district of Kerala.
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Options include selling the newsprint
company and its wholly owned subsidiary SP Recycling Corp.
There may be plenty of mixed messages bouncing around the newsprint
sector, but one thing that seems certain is that 2006 will see prices climb higher in most markets.
companies, however, take the position that yesterday's news is old news, and follow the eminently sound business practice of using the cheapest grade of paper that does the job.
makers and printers are hailing the latest Canadian Pacific Railway fleet of 625 high-capacity boxcars for paper rolls.
In 1997, the country's production of newsprint
was recorded at 390,300 tons and in 2002, the production rose to 563,385 tons or an annual growth of 7.
prices mean healthy bottom lines.
is one of the bigger challenges faced by the pulp and paper industry as North America's cities are running out of space to dispose of the mountains of garbage produced daily.
To Supply Newsprint
for America's Newspapers, One of Canada
Look again: With more and more communities adding newspaper recycling programs every week and with only a handful of mills geared up to recycle newsprint
, some observers fear that a glut of newspapers might trash the momentum recycling has gained in recent months.