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Kemira has successfully completed the expansion of its hydrogen peroxide plant in Fray Bentos, Uruguay. Hydrogen peroxide is produced in one of the most modern chemical islands built and operated by Kemira since 2007. The expansion was planned since the…
Dominica’s first and only tissue paper company, Nature Island Paper Products Incorporated (NIPP Inc) is introducing a forum to allow Dominican investors to buy shares in the business in a private offering. NIPP Inc will host “Grassroots Investment Pitching” on…
The VTM 1 from the Voith tissue machines family has impressed its first customers. The machine is already successfully running with a Brazilian tissue producer. In Indonesia a customer will start the operation of the VTM 1 at the end…
Metso and CMPC Celulose Riograndense S.A. (CMPC) have finalized the agreement, according to which Metso will supply the key technology to CMPC’s Guaíba II pulp line in Brazil. The total value of the project is around EUR 800-900 million, of…
Pöyry has been awarded an assignment by Lwarcel Celulose, a Lwart Group company, for basic engineering and logistics studies for the expansion of its pulp mill at Lençóis Paulista, São Paulo. Lwarcel had earlier engaged Pöyry's services in the conceptual…
Sepac has said its operating speeds on two paper machines have increased by 20% after it invested in two Hergen-supplied Steel Yankee Dryers. At the end of 2012 the Brazilian tissue producer replaced two existing cast iron Yankee dryers for…
The new Metso Metra analyzer enables high process throughput and efficiency while contributing to mill's pursuit of sustainable development. Klabin S.A., Brazil's biggest producer and exporter of paper, has chosen the new Metso Recovery Analyzer - Metso Metra - for…
Norske Skog has agreed to sell 51% of the shares in Norske Skog Pisa in Brazil to Papeles Bio Bio S.A., (former Norske Skog Bio Bio) which is controlled by Group BO/Pathfinder, a consortium of Chilean investors. The agreed purchase…
The board of Brazilian paper producer Klabin SA (KLBAY, KLBN4.BR) approved an investment program of up to 6.8 billion Brazilian reais ($3.2 billion) to build a pulp producer plant in Brazil's southern Parana state. The company said in a statement…
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Between the 11th and 20th of June, Klabin’s Otacilio Costa Plant (SC) will be holding its Annual General Shutdown, a compulsory procedure which consists of interrupting paper production and is intended to ensure that all the necessary maintenance for the…
The sixth biennial international CEOs Roundtable organized by the International Council of Forest and Paper Associations (ICFPA) took place in São Paulo, Brazil on the 7th June 2013.  More than 50 CEOs and association leaders from around the world met…
Metso has signed a letter of intent with CMPC Celulose Riograndense S.A. to supply key technology for CMPC’s Guaíba II pulp line in Brazil. The new pulp line, which is an expansion to the existing Guaíba pulp mill, will have…
Venezuela's National Assembly has made moves to wipe up a situation that has kept the South American nation running low on toilet paper. In an effort to relieve a chronic shortage of the vital bathroom hygienic product, lawmakers in Caracas…
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Thursday, 16 May 2013 12:00

Venezuela is running out of toilet paper

Venezuela: First milk, butter, coffee and cornmeal ran short. Now Venezuela is running out of the most basic of necessities — toilet paper. Blaming political opponents for the shortfall, as it does for other shortages, the embattled socialist government says…
Metso will expand its global service network by opening a new service center to serve Suzano Papel e Celulose S.A.'s 1.5-million-tonne greenfield pulp mill in Maranhão, northeastern Brazil. The service center will supply roll grinding and other maintenance services, and…
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