Lenzing, Sappi extend pulp supply contract

Lenzing, Sappi extend pulp supply contract

10:03 AM, 2nd August 2012
Lenzing, Sappi extend pulp supply contract

LENZING, AUSTRIA: Lenzing AG, the world leader in industrially produced cellulose fibre, intensified its longstanding cooperation with the paper and pulp company Sappi. Both companies have signed a multi-year pulp supply contract on similar terms as the existing contract, which takes place at the pricing on the basis of the paper pulp prices. The agreement is related to the construction of new chemical pulp capacity (dissolving pulp) from Sappi. Sappi is currently with an annual capacity of 800,000 tonne, which is being expanded to 1.3 million tonne, the world’s largest producer of dissolving pulp. This is used inter alia for the production of cellulose fibres.

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