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In Pitea, Sweden, SCA is increasing the output of SEK 196 million of pure kraft liner at its plant in Munksund. 2,000 tonnes of kraft liner will be produced by SCA. It concerns the wood space and pulping. The Sappi Group has declared that it will raise the price of wood-free varieties by 6-8% for all of Europe's market from 1 January 2018.
It follows earlier notifications for its LWC and MWC types. Södra is now reinvesting in more forest UAVs.
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Frontierers Printing and Publishing is an integrative solutions supplier in the printing and publishing sector. Since 2006 Fronttiers has been active in the printing sector and quickly made a name for itself as a leading, vibrant enterprise characterised by the highest levels of qualitiy, effectiveness and love of detail.
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