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- Biotechnology brings benefits to mills. Grant, Roger; Grant, John // PPI: Pulp & Paper International;Aug2001, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p33
Focuses on the use of biotechnology in the pulp and paper industry. Background on the use of enzymes in processing paper; Information on the production of xylanase, which is used in manufacturing paper; Kinds of instruments used for the Bio-Manage program of ONDEO Nalco.
- The Innovation Dream. BROWN, RONALD // Paper 360;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p14
The article discusses the relevance of technological innovations and research and development (R&D) in context of the paper and pulp industry. It mentions that paper industries spend much less amount on R&D than other industries and due to this the industry is not generating enough knowledge to...
- A kind of a hush. Shaw, Monica // Pulp & Paper;Apr2006, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p5
Comments on the lack of projects in the pulp and paper industry in North America. Challenges faced by the industry; Argument on the definition of innovation; Impact of the lack of industrial activity.
- Extra White, Extra Bright Can Be Achieved Cost-Effectively. Smith, Chris // Pulp & Paper;Feb2008, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p34
The article features Extra Whiteï¿½ Brightness Technology from Nalco, which enables the paper industry to raise the whiteness and brightness standards of their grades while positively affecting uniformity of shade for high-bright grades manufacture. The disadvantages of incorporating more...
- What will it take to turn on the investment taps? Lowney, Brendan // Pulp & Paper;Oct2006, Vol. 80 Issue 10, p64
The article focuses on factors influencing capacity investment in the pulp and paper industry in North America. Investment in new capacity by pulp and paper producers are not likely to happen any time soon. Cost disadvantages in terms of fiber, labor and environmental compliance are obstacles...
- We have seen better. Toland, Justin; Galasso, Laura; Lees, David; Rodden, Graeme // PPI: Pulp & Paper International;Jul2002, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p5
Assesses the financial status of the pulp and paper industry worldwide as of July 2002. Countries with high production of paper and board; State of paper and board consumption in several countries; Factors which contribute to the success of the industry in developing countries.
- AUSTRIA: Following the world trend. Zetti, Claus // PPI: Pulp & Paper International;Jul2002, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p11
Focuses on the status of the pulp and paper industry in Austria in 2001. Destinations for Austrian output; Factor which contributed to the decrease in pulp consumption; Investment projects for the pulp and paper industry.
- BELARUS: The country inches along. Leach, Margaret // PPI: Pulp & Paper International;Jul2002, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p11
Reports on the status of the pulp and paper industry in Belarus in 2001. Effort done by mill owners to secure pulp supplies; Percentage of increase in production; Implications of the increase in corrugated production.
- BELGIUM: Production falls from record levels. Frere, Matt // PPI: Pulp & Paper International;Jul2002, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p12
Deals with the status of the pulp and paper industry in Belgium in 2001. Percentage of decrease in production; Rationale behind the decrease in wood pulp production; Comparison of the amount of wastepaper import in 2000 and 2001.