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Earthquake in Central Italy Damages Fedrigoni Paper Mill

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An earthquake that struck Italy’s Macerata province this past week damaged Fedrigoni’s Fabriano paper mill in Pioraco. The mill’s roof reportedly collapsed, damaging the mill’s machinery. The damage has been estimated to total at least EUR $10 million, according to a report by EUWID, Germany.
The mill in Pioraco is one of four Fabriano sites, all located in Central Italy. Fabriano is part of Fedrigoni and produces banknote papers as well as papers for the art, school, and office markets. Fabriano has a production capacity of about 200,000 metric tpy


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