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Verso announces actions to offset market decline due to COVID-19

Verso will indefinitely idle paper mills in Duluth, Minnesota, and Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, while exploring viable and sustainable alternatives for both mills, including restarting if market conditions improve, marketing for sale or closing pe

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Canfor subsidiary to acquire strategic assets company

“We are excited that Vida’s strong performance and balance sheet has enabled them to grow their operating footprint in Sweden,” said Don Kayne, President and Chief Executive Officer of Canfor.

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A.P. Moller - Maersk updates expectations to volumes and EBITDA for Q2 2020

With the current trading, the market demand in the second quarter of 2020 is developing more favourable than originally expected with volumes downfall for A.P.

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UPM to manage transport and food services for workers at its mill construction site in Paso de los Toros, Uruguay

Until then, these services have been provided separately by each contractor company.

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Trucking official provides Congress with roadmap for safe and swift economic recovery

Due to the U.S. Senate’s social distancing protocols, Guillot testified remotely via video conference from his home state of Louisiana. From his opening remarks:

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Norske Skog transitions transport of wood chips from road to rail

The transition from road to rail has come about as a result of good cooperation between customers and suppliers. The rails were in place, but adjustments have been necessary in order to facilitate loading and discharging of the cargo.

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Forest products see increase via Port of Savannah; wood, pulp, paperboard lead commodity group

Among the Port of Savannah's top five forest product exports - wood pulp, paper and paperboard, logs and lumber, veneers and plywood, and boards - the Port of Savannah handled 118,783 twenty-foot equivalent container units, an increase of 2.6 perc

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Port of Québec deep-water terminal project supported by more than 100 import-export companies

The Port of Québec's deep-water container terminal project, which will create a new economical supply chain for Quebec and Eastern Canadian importers and exporters, enabling them to gain efficient access to international markets in Asia and Europe

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