March / April 2015

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    Converting companies are surging through Europe’s economic woes

    From strengthening core technology to a new project to “revolutionise” the tissue industry – leading companies look ahead   TW1: How are you tackling the recessionary climates in Europe? Sergio Casella, Paper Converting Machine...

    New sulphur reduction targets mean a potential 30% increase in sea freight costs

    By Pöyry Management Consulting’s Pirkko Petäjä and Jyrki Latvala In an ever more challenging business environment, top experts suggest how the industry should manage a cost effective delivery chain in TWM’s Distribution...

    PIX Pulp indices 30.12.2014

    By FOEX Indexes’ Lars Halén and Timo Teräs NBSK pulp Europe The pulp market remained fairly firm over the fourth quarter as the share of market pulp of the global fibre consumption has...
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    “It’s a luxury I can’t do without”

    By Chloe Setter Chloe Setter, 31, is head of policy at a UK children’s charity. She lives in South West London. I rather enjoy shopping for tissue products. I like my home comforts...

    “Dream” of second PM within reach for fiercely independent French hygiene producer

    By Tissue World magazine editor Helen Morris Already a market leader, quality product and location are key as MP Hygiene aims to clean up in more ways than one "France’s leading independent hygiene...

    “A Europe-wide outlook is vital for us.”

    By Tissue World magazine editor Helen Morris As the WEPA Group’s French mill, WEPA Lille’s location is key for understanding the dynamics within the French and European tissue markets It’s not surprising that...
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    France – T&T strength in an overall weakened market

    By Fisher International’s Bill Burns France is one of the top ten paper making countries in the world but, like elsewhere, the shrinking global market for printing and writing (P&W) in the...
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    As shopping habits change SCA’s Barker sees multiple, price-relevant and distinctive products as the...

    By freelance journalist Simon Creasey Sally Barker has a vision. And that vision is to drive a sustainable business for long-term growth. It’s a vision she’s been working towards ever since she...
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    France boosts brands thanks to bulk buys

    By Euromonitor International’s Ian Bell A gloomy economic climate, coupled with low consumer morale and a mature and saturated market, equals a difficult environment for tissue products to thrive in. France, like...
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    French market shows evolving tissue trends are helping to buck a gloomy European marketplace

    By Tissue World magazine editor Helen Morris As a Francophile it doesn’t surprise me in the least that French shoppers are bucking the trend, in more ways than one. The standard model economic...