In a new definitive agreement, International Paper (IP) has agreed to purchase Weyerhaeuser’s pulp business.
The Printing Industries Alliance has arranged for private VIP scheduled tours of major exhibitors at drupa this year.
PIA will be hosting the “drupa Experience! a Private Turn-Key VIP Tour” in Düsseldorf, Germany, coinciding with drupa 2016.
Highcon has been added to Printing Industries Alliance’s ‘drupa Experience’ roster of VIP visits during the drupa 2016 trade fair.
Based in Summerville, South Carolina, ArborGen develops seedlings, such as the bio-genetic loblolly pine, that sprout into fast-growing trees. Recently, a judge ruled that ArborGen and some of the nation’s top forest products companies—including International Paper, MeadWestvaco (now WestRock) and Rubicon—tricked employees into accepting incentive plan changes that depleted most of their wealth.
Attendees at drupa 2016 can get the VIP treatment with the drupa Experience! a Private Turn-Key VIP Tour.
IP reported Q3 2015 net earnings attributable to common shareholders of $220M compared with net earnings of $227M in the Q2 of 2015.
PIA’s Digital Printing Think Tank just signed on six new sponsors for the event taking place Oct. 28 in New York City.
International Paper is now manufacturing Accent Opaque at 97 bright, an increase of one point of brightness over the current items.
With the addition of Kodak, VITS International and Kolbus, the number of sponsors for PIA’s Digital Printing Think Tank has reached 10.