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Bvse blasts steel industry’s efforts

to achieve EU ban on scrap exports

(D) – As climate change concerns take on increasing importance, the steel industry is coming under pressure to decarbonise. It seeks to significantly reduce its CO2 emissions by shifting to "green steel" production. But to... more

News in brief: Palm plans to start up new containerboard machine in Q2

Palm plans to start up its new containerboard machine PM 5 at its Aalen mill in Germany in the second quarter of this year. The company told EUWID that in view of numerous coronavirus-related issues, it does not want to pin the... more

Tomra sees itself well positioned for stricter

rules on waste exports, new deposit systems

(N) – Norwegian sorting and collection technology supplier Tomra considers its position strong in a regulatory environment which is evolving to place greater importance on recyclate quality. In an overview of legislative changes that have... more

Schnitzer Steel posts "best results in a decade" in Q2

(USA) – US scrap metal recycler and steelmaker Schnitzer Steel profited from sharp increases in ferrous and non-ferrous prices in its most recent financial quarter. Demand surged following "many quarters of destocking", CEO... more

EU’s steel scrap exports to

Turkey reach new record in 2020

(EU) – The 27 EU states exported around 11.8 million tonnes of steel scrap to Turkey last year, more than ever before. Compared to 2019, this is an increase by 20 percent, according to figures recently published by the European statistics... more

New paper mill in the

pipeline in Malaysia

(MY) – Malaysian firm Yuhua Paper is planning to build its first facility to produce corrugated case material and coreboard. An environmental impact study for the project reveals that a new greenfield mill will be built in three... more

Upward price pressure eases for old

corrugated containers on the British market

(UK) – In April, the recovered paper market in the UK has been feeling the effects of the blockage of the Suez Canal and the ongoing limited availability of the higher recovered paper grades. Although demand for the ordinary grades... more

Recovered paper price reach new record

high in Poland, supply gradually improves

(PL) – Conditions on Poland’s recovered paper market posed serious challenges for merchants and buyers alike in the first quarter of 2021. Demand from packaging paper producers in Poland and neighbouring countries surpassed supply,... more

Strong growth in Germany’s RCP imports

(D) – For months, recovered paper traders and paper mills have been reporting high demand for recovered paper (rcp) and an increasing supply shortage in Germany in the EUWID market surveys. The latest figures on German foreign trade in... more

Recovered paper prices plateau

at a high level in Germany

(D) – German recovered paper prices remained high in April. The situation has grown a little calmer now after the remarkable previous surge in prices, above all in March. The latest negotiations have largely yielded unchanged prices for... more

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