Paper PaperboardColbert Packaging installs state-of-the-art Signature Folder Gluer

Simon Matthis

Colbert Packaging Corporation, a premier provider of paperboard packaging solutions, announces its implementation of a new Signature™ Compact Folder Gluer in its Kenosha, Wisconsin facility. To satisfy growing demand for speed and accuracy, coupled with cost efficiency, the model 90 SLB includes a Sig Feed pre-feeder, Sig Pack auto carton packer, Leary glue system, overhead auto ejection system and more. This equipment will help Colbert employees meet and exceed the stringent quality expectations of its pharmaceutical and consumer product customers.

Pinnacle RenewablesPinnacle Renewable Energy and Sumitomo sign long-term contract

Simon Matthis

Pinacle Renewable Energy ("Pinnacle") has entered into a new long-term, take-or-pay contract with Sumitomo Corporation, a large, diversified trading company in Japan. Under the terms of the contract, Pinnacle will supply 200,000 metric tons per annum of wood pellets to Sumitomo starting in 2022.

These industrial wood pellets will be used to supply its customer in Japan. This will bring the Company's contracted regional sales into Asia to about 48% in 2022.

Unionpel INDUSTRIAVoith Installs MasterJet Pro Headbox at Unionpel mill, Argentina

Simon Matthis

Unionpel, one of Argentina's leading packaging paper manufacturers, chose Voith to supply its new MasterJet Pro headbox fitted with EdgeMaster format limiters for its paper machine (PM1) that operates at its San Justo mill, located in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina.

The new Voith MasterJet Pro headbox allowed the manufacturer to achieve significant improvements in paper web formation, as well as a significant decrease of CD basis weight variations. The erection, commissioning and start-up services were completed as scheduled, and the machine’s commercial production was resumed immediately after start-up.

Lee Man PaperLee & Man Paper’s revenue up 24.7% in 2018

Simon Matthis
Lee & Man Paper Manufacturing Limited (Group) announced its annual results for the year ended 31 December 2018. During the year, the Group’s total revenue increased by 24.7% to HK$32.21 billion ($4.1 billion), compared to HK$25.84 billion ($3.3 billion) in 2017. Annual net profit was HK$4.88 billion ($626 million) and net profit per ton was HK$797 ($102.2).

Dr Raymond Lee, Chairman of Lee & Man Paper, said: “Stringent requirements on environmental protection, energy conservation and emission reduction, together with tougher enforcement actions have resulted in a more concentrated market, enabling the Group to gain more market share and stronger bargaining power.

vacuna proteccion vegetalesUna “vacuna” para ayudar a vegetales agrícolas a protegerse de patógenos

Unos científicos han descubierto un modo para que las plantas se pongan en guardia y estén preparadas para enfrentar el ataque de patógenos: tratarlas previamente con un lípido sintético que aumenta sus defensas inmunes del mismo modo que hacen las vacunas en pacientes y animales.

cmpc industriaRenta4 actualiza valorización para acciones de CMPC
Diario Estrategia

De acuerdo al Informe de valorización de CMPC, elaborado por Renta4, se bajó el Precio Objetivo a dic 2019 a $2.800 desde uno a doce meses de $2.900 consignado en el reporte anterior. Según apuntó la agencia, considerando el actual precio de mercado de $2.319,5 por acción, se reitera la recomendación de “Comprar” para esta acción, que clasifican como de “Riesgo Medio”.

Al actual precio de mercado, acotó, el up-side estimado es de 20,7%, que unido a un retorno por dividendos de 1,8%, implica un retorno total estimado de 22,5%.

tierra libroLa Tierra es cada vez más verde a pesar del catastrofismo 'ecolojeta'

La última investigación de la NASA invita al optimismo y frena a los agoreros que vaticinan que la Tierra es un planeta más hostil con el medioambiente. La Administración Nacional de la Aeronáutica y del Espacio (NASA) ha hecho publicó un informe en el que avanza que nuestro planeta es un lugar más verde, ya que hay más vegetación hoy que a finales del pasado siglo XX.