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Rayonier Advanced Materials expects revenue impact of $15 and $30 million in 2017

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Rayonier Advanced Materials announced that due to an operational upset earlier this month at a major customer, sales volumes in 2017 for its cellulose specialties products are anticipated to be lower than previously expected.Based on currently available information from the customer, the impact to t...
October 17, 2017

Ponsse´s euro-denominated operating profit is expected to be higher in 2017

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Due to good first half-year and very strong 3Q Ponsse Group´s euro-denominated operating profit is expected to be slightly higher in 2017 than in 2016. The previous guidance stated the Group's euro-denominated operating profit to be at the same level in 2017 as it was in 2016. Ponsse's strongly upd...
October 11, 2017

Swedish Forest Agency: Gross felling is estimated to 92.5 million cubic metres in 2017

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According to the forecast from the Swedish Forest Agency the gross felling in the year 2017 is estimated to 92.5 million cubic metre. Gross felling in 2016 was 91.6 million cubic metre, as the Swedish Forest Agency said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.The forecast is based on severa...
October 10, 2017

Clearwater Paper provides an update of impacts to 3Q results

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Clearwater Paper Corporation provided an update on certain factors that are expected to negatively impact operating results for the 3Q 2017 by approximately$8to$9 million, based on preliminary results. Several factors are expected to negatively impact the company's prior outlook for the ...
September 28, 2017

Collum's Lumber Product to construct a new warehousing facility in South Carolina

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Collum’s Lumber Products, LLC, a producer of dimensional lumber and other wood products, announces the expansion of its Allendale County, South Carolina, manufacturing operations. Creating 10 new jobs, the company is investing $2 million to construct a new warehousing facility on the site...
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