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press release | 17 Jan.2018

REDII – Sustainable use of wood wins over ill-placed market distorting subsidies

The European paper industry produces from wood a multitude of value-added products such as...

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press release | 01 Dec.2017

Global Forest and Paper Industry Reports on Sustainability Progress

Gl The International Council of Forest and Paper Associations’ (ICFPA) launched its 2017...

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publications | 07 Feb.2018

CEPI Statistics subscription package 2018

If you are interested in becoming a statistics subscriber, or renewing your actual subscription, please fill in the form below and return it to CEPI at a.crevecoeur@cepi.org.

You will then receive an invoice and as soon as we receive your payment your name will be added to our mailing lists.

For your information, the following statistics are available for free on our public website:
- The preliminary statistics are online 2 months after the end of the period reported (e.g. preliminary 2015 statistics are available in February 2016).
- The key statistics are available on our site as of July of the following year (e.g. 2015 key stats in July 2016).

Apart from these reports, no statistics are available for free on our website.

If you would like any further statistical information or more general information about CEPI and the paper industry, please do not hesitate to contact Statistics Manager Eric Kilby at e.kilby@cepi.org.
 

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publications | 07 Feb.2018

Preliminary Statistics 2017

Paper and board production increases by 1.5%, the highest annual rise since 2010

CEPI member countries’ paper and board production has increased by 1.5% in 2017 compared to the previous year, according to preliminary figures. Total production in 2017 was around 92.3 million tonnes. New capacities and upgrade of existing ones have more than compensated for closures in 2017, similar to 2016.

World paper and board production has also increased by 1.5% in 2017, almost reaching 420 million tonnes according to very first estimates. Japan has registered a moderate growth  while the US was stable. Production in Canada, South Korea and India contracted. China has grown at a higher speed than the previous year: +4.7% in 2017 against +2.9% in 2016. Brazil and Russia also recorded strong growth.

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