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Sappi Fine Paper Europe has today launched its second call for entries for the Sappi European Printers of the Year Awards 2012.
Sappi Southern Africa has entered into an exciting new phase of growth and development with the decision to go ahead with the expansion and modernisation of the Sappi Ngodwana mill, including the introduction of 210,000 tpa of chemical cellulose production at the mill.
Brussels - Sappi Fine Paper Europe announced today that it will cease production of coated graphic paper at its Biberist paper mill in Switzerland. After due and thorough consideration during the consultation process with local employees ending on 16 May 2011 the definitive decision to discontinue the coated graphic paper production was taken.
Sappi Fine Paper Europe launches the 12th edition of the Ideas that Matter Graphic Competition and challenges you to project your passion through paper.
Sappi Fine Paper Europe embraces digital media to connect with the international design community through the revamping of its ‘Ideas that Matter’ Competition, making a difference to our world through print.
Operating profit excluding special items for the quarter (US$127 million) more than doubled compared to a year earlier (US$54 million) and on a per week basis was at the same level as our first financial quarter ended December 2010
Sappi Fine Paper North America today announced the launch of its new Digital Design Center -- a powerful web application which allows printers to create custom marketing tools to promote their own digital printing capabilities
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.

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