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Goldenrod Corp.
Issue Spotlight
It will be installed at its facility in Porcari (Lucca, Italy)
The COVID-19 pandemic forced a delay in the installation and startup
The company did not disclose a timeline for the project.
Bonetti Company, Inc.
They will be installed at sites in the US and Europe
It will install the unit despite weak demand during the COVID-19 pandemic
The company is looking at a startup in August
It will produce high-quality tissue destined for the napkin market
They have been found to be consistent with levels required to meet goals of Paris Agreement
Tissue is the only product now made at the Fuji mill
From The Experts
The committee will be a common industry platform for learning and has the potential to develop unified guidelines to support dust mitigation in tissue mills 
Market Roundup
It expects industry operating income to decline 4 to 7 percent over the next 12 months
A strong domestic industry has helped it avoid shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic
The acquisition by Japanese groups Daio and Marubeni was approved by Brazilian authorities
Tissue/Toweling Industry News
Startup was delayed because of a lack of financing
It will feed four tissue machines at its mill in Yangjiang, China

According to the Idaho Statesman, a woman paid almost double the regular price for toilet paper at a popular grocery store chain owned by Albertsons during the coronavirus pandemic, a California lawsuit claims. In a proposed class action filed in California federal court, shopper and plaintiff Eleisha Redmond said she made purchases at a San Francisco Safeway, where she paid almost $19 for Angel Soft toilet paper. The lawsuit claims the regular price for the toilet paper is about $10 at that grocery store.

The company’s tissue capacity is now about 300,000 mtpy

China’s Baoding Yuexing Paper has started trial production on a new 15,000-mtpy tissue machine at its sole mill in Baoding city, Hebei province. The first sheet of paper rolled off the line in late June. Provided by domestic supplier Hebei Mancheng Changda Paper Machinery, the unit features a trim width of 3.55 m and a design speed of 900 m/min. Baoding Yuexing Paper once operated several small tissue PMs with a combined capacity of approximately 10,000 mtpy. All of them were retired before the startup of the new machine.

It will be PCMC’s first rewinder through case packer turnkey installation in North America

Italian tissue producer Cartiere Carrara will receive Euro 15 million ($17 million) in financing from UniCredit. The loan has been obtained via the national program Garanzia Italia, launched by the government to support Italian firms’ liquidity. According to the bank, the financing, which will last six years, will be used by the company to manage its increasing liquidity needs and to back its investments in Italy. Cartiere Carrara recently started the rebuild of tissue machine, PM 3, at its Pratovecchio mill.

The company is making a comeback after facing financial hardship in 2019
He was formerly CEO and president of Twin Rivers Paper
American Baler Company
She will help accelerate the digital transformation of K-C’s brands and businesses
Magnus Carlsson will be interim executive vice president corporate development

KP Tissue Inc. (KPT), which holds a limited partnership interest in Kruger Products L.P. (KPLP), has announced that Michael Korenberg has, effective immediately, resigned as chairman and a director of KPT and as a director of KPGP Inc., the general partner of KPLP. We sincerely thank him for his four years of service and leadership on the board. With Korenberg's resignation, KPT is now seeking the appointment of a new independent director on its board, who will also serve as a nominee of KPT on the board of KPGP Inc. KP Tissue Inc. (KPT) was created to acquire, and its business is limited to holding, a limited partnership interest in KPLP. 

Andritz supplied the machine with an identical unit due in September
The Mexican company is very satisfied with the machine and its partnership with A. Celli
Lucart in Porcari, Italy, and Marutomi Paper in Fuji, Japan report great results
Reduced downtime, greater safety and productivity were some of the results obtained
Applications include health and beauty products, cosmetics and pet supplies
It believes the COVID-19 pandemic will increase at-home towel usage
It is the mill’s first tissue machine but more are expected
It now has two new fully operational converting lines
It is suitable for all types of napkins as well as flexo or digital printing
It has expanded its R&D site and now boasts of more than 100 technological patents
Honeywell l Process Solutions
American Roller and Plasma Coatings
Fabio Perini S.P.A.
Naylor Association Solutions
Naylor Association Solutions

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