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Valmet to supply automation to Hitachi Zosen Inova's greenfield waste-to-energy facility in Moscow, Russia

ESPOO, Finland, May 6, 2020 (Press Release) -Valmet will supply automation to a new waste-to-energy facility in Moscow, Russia.

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Valmet to supply automation to Hitachi Zosen Inova's greenfield waste-to-energy facility in Moscow, Russia

ESPOO, Finland, May 6, 2020 (Press Release) -Valmet will supply automation to a new waste-to-energy facility in Moscow, Russia.

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Stora Enso and Cordenka partner to develop precursors for bio-based carbon fiber at Cordenka’s production site in Obernburg, Germany

HELSINKI, May 6, 2020 (Press Release) -Stora Enso and Cordenka have signed a joint development agreement to develop precursors for bio-based carbon fiber.

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Stora Enso and Cordenka partner to develop precursors for bio-based carbon fiber at Cordenka’s production site in Obernburg, Germany

HELSINKI, May 6, 2020 (Press Release) -Stora Enso and Cordenka have signed a joint development agreement to develop precursors for bio-based carbon fiber.

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US-based SUN Automation celebrates 35 years of continuous operation

GLEN ARM, MD, May 5, 2020 (Press Release) -SUN Automation Group, a leading global provider of innovative equipment to the corrugated industry, celebrates 35 years of continuous operation this week.

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US-based SUN Automation celebrates 35 years of continuous operation

GLEN ARM, MD, May 5, 2020 (Press Release) -SUN Automation Group, a leading global provider of innovative equipment to the corrugated industry, celebrates 35 years of continuous operation this week.

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Delayed 2,000 tons of wood pulp delivered to Florida port from Sweden

PORT CANAVERAL, FL, May 5, 2020 (Local News) -Port Canaveral on Friday had a discharge of 2,000 metric tons of wood pulp, the main ingredient in making toilet paper, tissues and other paper products.

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International Paper fined $190K at Pensacola, FL, mill, gets stricter environmental guidelines; critics say not strict enough

PENSACOLA, FL, May 5, 2020 (Pensacola News Journal ) -A new slate of state-imposed operational rules will require International Paper to pay $190,000 in penalties, implement a $1 million environmental mitigation project and pay a $10,000 fine each

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