CEPI 2013 Key Statistics: Paper and board production in Europe decreased by 1.2% in 2013
CEPI has released its 2013 Key Statistics. The report includes data about production, consumption and the trade of pulp, paper and raw materials, as well as data on energy and environment.
CEPI members produced 91.1 million tonnes of paper and board in 2013. This is a decrease of 1.2% compared to 2012. 2013 is the third consecutive year paper and board production has declined, since the rebound registered in 2010. Total pulp production fell by 2.2% but market pulp output increased by 1.3%. The good performance of the sectors paper and board packaging and household and sanitary paper only partly offsets the erosion the graphic paper sector is currently experiencing.
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