Unisource Worldwide, Inc., one of the largest privately held companies in the United States, is hosting its annual Unisource Chicago Paper Show on Oct. 4 at the historic Hilton Chicago Hotel, in downtown Chicago.
NewPage Corporation announced Jay A. Epstein will join the company's senior leadership team, effective July 5, as senior vice president and chief financial officer, replacing Curtis Short who was serving in the role on an interim basis.
Finch Paper has appointed industry veteran Ken Chartier, formerly of NewPage Corp., to Director, Quality and Continuous Improvement.
NewPage Corporation, the largest coated paper manufacturer in North America, announced its subsidiary, Rumford Paper Company, based in Rumford, Maine, has signed an agreement to sell its cogeneration energy assets to a unit of ReEnergy Holdings LLC, a company which specializes in integrated biomass waste fuel renewable energy.
Headquartered in Miamisburg, Ohio, NewPage Corporation announced that HD Supply Facilities Maintenance was randomly chosen as the winner of its 2010 “Paper Sells More Product” sweepstakes. The prize, $100,000 in free print services, was formally awarded on Feb. 15.
NewPage Wisconsin System Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of NewPage Corporation, and Niagara Development LLC jointly announced Niagara Development LLC's acquisition of the NewPage Niagara, Wis. mill property and assets.
NewPage Corporation announced it will close its Whiting, Wisconsin mill at the end of February 2011.
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), the leading exporter of coated paper from China and Indonesia, received today the lowest combined antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) margin among Chinese exporters, but is still disappointed with the U.S. Department of Commerce's final AD/CVD margin. According to APP, the Commerce Department adopted questionable calculation methodologies in rendering its final determination; whereas more proper methodologies would have yielded little to no AD/CVD duties.
Appleton Coated, NewPage Corporation, and Sappi Fine Paper North America applauded the efforts of more than 100 members of Congress who wrote to President Obama asking for action on Chinese subsidies to their paper producers.