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lumber companies. In 2003, Pattison held large stakes in both Canfor and
Slocan Forest Products, which would later merge in a C$455 million deal
that same year. What would a potential combination look like? It would
create the largest global lumber company, with a combined capacity of
about 12.3 BBF (32 percent in the US and 68 percent in Canada) and 52
mills (28 from West Fraser and 24 from Canfor). However, Quinn notes,
this potential merger would result in a combined company representing
53 percent of BC interior production, which would likely draw significant
regulatory scrutiny. He adds that he does not see this combination coming to fruition any time soon given the significant competitive issues
associated with the Canadian lumber industry.
38. LARRY MONTAGUE
TAPPI
Further strengthening the association's financial
position in 2016 was but one of the high points of
the year as TAPPI entered its second century of
operation. With a series of successful conferences
(PaperCon, PEERS, International Nanotechnology)
and its many educational offerings, in 2017, TAPPI is also looking forward to a new must-attend conference, the Tissue Event, organized in
collaboration with RISI, which takes place in October in Miami. The
TAPPISAFE program is growing and has gone global with orientations
in six countries. It presents a standardized approach to safety within
the industry. As Montague says, "There are two types of people in this
industry: TAPPI members, and those who should be."
39. DONNA HARMAN
AF&PA
Working on behalf of the industry in the US
Capital, Harman's list of tasks seems non-ending,
from regulatory reform to rail freight reform to
promoting the use of paper over digitalization, to
name but a few. With regard to carbon neutrality,
the AF&PA's efforts seem to have paid off. Following Congressional
passage of the fiscal year 2017 Omnibus Appropriations bill-legislation
that includes language clarifying federal regulatory policy to reflect the
carbon-neutrality of forest-based biomass-Harman said, "US paper
and wood products manufacturers have for seven years sought clear
policy direction on the carbon neutrality of forest-based renewable
biomass energy. Thanks to Congressional action, federal agencies can
now ensure the US is no longer out of step with our global competitors."
The AF&PA also reported that for the third consecutive year, the US
paper recovery rate rose, from 66.8 percent in 2015 to an all-time high
of 67.2 percent in 2016.
40. REBECCA WESSON DARWIN
GARDEN & GUN MAGAZINE
Print is dead? Not so fast. How many other graphic products are growing
revenue, ad pages, and circulation (up 140 percent since 2007)? Darwin is
cofounder & CEO of the media company she formed with partners Pierre
Manigault and J. Edward Bell III that owns Garden & Gun. Launched in
2007, the magazine has won numerous accolades, including the National

Magazine Award for Style & Design in 2015. The Garden & Gun brand
has continued to develop under Darwin's direction through the creation
of G&G Mercantile & Co., G&G Events, G&G Land, and the Garden &
Gun Jubilee. Based in Charleston, SC, Garden & Gun Magazine, LLC is a
lifestyle brand anchored by the magazine that covers the best of the South,
including its sporting culture, food, music, art, literature, and people. "I
am often asked about the title of the magazine, particularly from folks who
have not read the magazine yet. The simplest explanation that I can offer
is that it is a metaphor for the South-its land, the people, their lifestyle,
and their heritage," said Darwin. 
41. JÜRGEN HEINDL
PROGROUP
Earlier in the year, one of Europe's leading corrugated board manufacturers, Progroup, laid out its
plans for its "Two Twentyfive Strategy" to set itself
up for future growth and for dealing with the "ever
more complex challenges of the market." This strategy has encompassed expanding at a fast pace, something CEO Heindl
has done with regularity after founding the company some 25 years
ago. True to form, the company is expanding its capacity in Europe by
another 250,000 tpy for 2018 with two new corrugated sheeting plants:
one in Drizzona, Italy, and another in the UK, close to Progroup's existing
facility at Ellesmere Port. This brings the total capacity of the Progroup
corrugated sheet board to 1,380,000 metric tpy.
42. BIRGITTA SUNBLAD
RISE BIOECONOMY
RISE is the newly-formed umbrella organization for a Sweden-based
institute that has merged research bodies Innventia, SP and Swedish ICT.
Sunblad, formerly president of Innventia, heads up RISE Bioeconomy,
a division that encompasses Biorefinery and Energy, Papermaking and
Packaging, and Biobased Materials. In the past, Innventia has carried
out many complex research activities involving the circular economy,
forest products, and paper and packaging, which will continue under the
RISE Bioeconomy banner with Sunblad as leader. The institute has 320
people working on research projects in Sweden, Norway, and London.
43. TAPPI WOMEN IN INDUSTRY/
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEES
Through the years, women have always been a part of this list; many
others from around the globe play a critical role in their countries' industry (Elizabeth de Carvalhaes in Brazil, Marina Asp and Annica Bresky
in Sweden, and Julie Corbett and Nicki Slusser in the US, to name a few.)
Yet the Women in Industry Committee plans to do more than support
women already leading; it works to create networking opportunities,
conference programming, and educational resources to build "a competitive, diverse and dynamic industry that offers long-term, fulfilling
careers where women and men work synergistically." In a similar way,
the YP Committee is fostering leadership skills and providing mentor
matching for promising younger professionals in an effort to ensure
strong leaders for tomorrow. By attracting and training talented leaders,
both committees are working to shape the industry's future.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Paper360 - July/August 2017

Setpoint
Over the Wire
Euroports Extends Its Reach
Ensuring a Tight Load
Riding the Rails
Trailer Flooring Makes a Difference in Paper Roll Transport
Top 50 Power List
CEPI’s New Director General: ‘A Remarkable Industry'
Värö’s Expansion for the Future
Model Behavior: Understanding Virtual Process Integration
Mondi Štĕtí Chooses Direct Drive Technology
The Knowledge Trail
TAPPI Journal Summaries
How Does China’s Containerboard Market Compare to the US?
Industry Trends in Graphic Paper
Will China Ban Mixed Paper Imports?
TAPPI News
ASPI News
Index of Advertisers
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Setpoint
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Over the Wire
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Euroports Extends Its Reach
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Ensuring a Tight Load
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Riding the Rails
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Trailer Flooring Makes a Difference in Paper Roll Transport
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Top 50 Power List
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - CEPI’s New Director General: ‘A Remarkable Industry'
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Värö’s Expansion for the Future
Paper360 - July/August 2017 - 43
Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Model Behavior: Understanding Virtual Process Integration
Paper360 - July/August 2017 - 45
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Mondi Štĕtí Chooses Direct Drive Technology
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - The Knowledge Trail
Paper360 - July/August 2017 - 51
Paper360 - July/August 2017 - TAPPI Journal Summaries
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - 55
Paper360 - July/August 2017 - How Does China’s Containerboard Market Compare to the US?
Paper360 - July/August 2017 - 57
Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Industry Trends in Graphic Paper
Paper360 - July/August 2017 - 59
Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Will China Ban Mixed Paper Imports?
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - TAPPI News
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Paper360 - July/August 2017 - Index of Advertisers
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