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Sappi Fine Paper North America today announced the release of the third and latest installment of its popular online video series, Off Register
Sappi Fine Paper North America today announced the 2011 Call for Entries for Ideas that Matter - an annual, innovative grant program that supports and transforms the creative ideas of designers into a powerful force for social good
Sappi announced today that it priced its upsized bond offering to raise approximately US$705 million equivalent of new senior secured notes.
Brussels, 31 March 2011 - Sappi Fine Paper Europe envisages the closure of its Biberist Mill in Switzerland in response to market conditions and sustained increases in input costs and begins consultations
Part of Sappi Fine Paper North America's ongoing commitment to sustainability, Sappi announces the launch of eQ Journal 003
Sappi Fine Paper North America announced today that it has been awarded an Efficiency Maine grant of approximately $300,000 for a capital project to improve the energy efficiency of 10 pumping systems on Paper Machine Number 3 (PM3) at its Somerset Mill in Skowhegan, Maine
The Brussels based team at Sappi Fine Paper Europe has once again joined forces with the Agency for Forest and Nature (ANB); this time creating a green corridor that will help to counter commuter pollution.
Six outstanding marketing campaigns by students from across Europe have won awards from Sappi Fine Paper Europe’s programme Ideas that Matter. For more than ten years, Sappi has supported graphic designers and the non-profit sector with its Ideas That Matter programme.
Sappi Fine Paper Europe has announced that it has joined forces with HP to develop coated papers for the high-speed inkjet market. As a result of this cooperation, the two companies are presenting JazTM silk at the Hunkeler Innovationdays in Lucerne, Switzerland between 14th and 17th February.
“The trend of improving performance continued in the quarter. Demand for our products remained good and prices increased gradually. Pulp prices remained high, benefiting our Southern African and North American businesses, which performed strongly.