boxboard


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boxboard

[′bäks‚bȯrd]
(materials)
Paperboard used for making cardboard boxes.
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In addition, the companies' eco-friendly production of boxboard is appealing and in line with our firm's sustainability philosophy.
9-million transaction are the Cascades Boxboard units in East Angus, Quebec; Jonquiere, Quebec; Winnipeg, Manitoba; Mississauga, Ontario and Cobourg, Ontario.
In 2015, Nicol-Pack plans to produce 216,000 tons of board: 135,000 tons of fluting and liner in Uchaly, 30,000 tons of core board and boxboard in Nizhny Novgorod, 30,000 tons of core board and boxboard in Murom.
China is the largest boxboard consumer in Asia and has accounted for more than 50% of total Asian boxboard consumption since 2004.
The Cascades boxboard units affected by the transaction are:
Today's reports provide key data and analysis on end use market growth, supply/demand balance, price forecasts, capacity removals, competitive costs, and trade for cartonboard, containerboard, boxboard, and kraft paper markets for Europe, North America, and Asia.
On the positive side, shipments for printing and writing paper, uncoated free sheets, production of boxboard and fiber boxboard have shown increases through the first six months of 1999.
Reno is a leader in the recycled boxboard market in Italy, ranked second in Europe.
This year's event also includes a boxboard track, a first for ICC.
International Paper has recently completed rebuilds at its Kwidzyn mill in Poland to increase capacity of folding boxboard and whitelined chipboard.
Ideal for printing, boxboard and document destruction operations with fewer than 10 tons of air-conveyed trim waste daily
They tell us the CTMP combines the best properties of folding boxboard and solid bleached sulphate board.