The machine has a working width of 10.63 Metres and a capacity of 400,000 MT/yr. It uses recycled fibre as its raw material. It produced its first paper in August 2009 having acquired the site and obtained planning permission only in 2007.Read more
Creating history, Amritsar-based Khanna Paper Mills Ltd, one of the top ten paper manufacturers in India, has exported its first consignment of 10 mt of newsprint to Pakistan via road route of newly constructed Integrated Check Post at Attari (Amritsar).Read more
The DeRidder Boise mill was built in 1969 and has been a valuable asset to Beauregard Parish and surrounding communities.
In 2009, economic pressures caused a decrease in demand for product at a rate of 25 percent, with a loss of about six percent more in 2010.Read more
It's true in more aspects than that it is produced locally. Some of the components that go into making the actual newsprint paper come from Columbia Basin farms.
"We're proud to use our local farmers' products to make our own," said publisher Harlan Beagley. "Our newspaper is grown locally. We like to put Grant County potatoes in our customers' hands every day."
The process to change potatoes into newspaper starts in Grant County.Read more
For almost two full days this week, there was no jet engine-like roar from the massive furnace, no crackle of melting scrap metal and no sirens indicating red hot liquid steel was about to pour into the ladle below.
"We turn off when the price per kilowatt hour hits a certain threshold," AltaSteel president David Knights said Thursday.Read more