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Canfor's Taylor Pulp mill has purchased two microbubble aeration systems from Seair Inc. The purchase comes after an extensive period of testing and energy efficiency verification in conjunction with BC Hydro, during which it was confirmed the Seair system reduces…
AbitibiBowater has completed the sale of three idle paper mills located in eastern Canada to a wholly owned affiliate of American Iron & Metal Company Inc. for $8.7 million and the sale of a paper mill and other assets located…
The Canada-based company Cascades has broken ground on a project that will produce recycled pulp from old corrugated containers (OCC). In an announcement May 31, Alain Lemaire, president and CEO of Cascades, Mario Plourde, president and COO of Cascades Specialty…
CANADIAN FOREST INDUSTRY AND ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS SIGN WORLD’S LARGEST CONSERVATION AGREEMENT APPLYING TO AREA TWICE THE SIZE OF GERMANY Today 21 member companies of the Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC), and nine leading environmental organizations, unveiled an unprecedented agreement…
Fortress Paper Ltd. ("Fortress Paper" or the "Corporation") announced today that it has signed, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Fortress Specialty Cellulose Inc. ("FSC"), an Energy Supply Agreement (the "Agreement") with Hydro Québec for the sale of green electricity to be…
Catalyst Paper on the 9th March announced that it resubmitted a proposal to the union that could allow for the restart of the Elk Falls paper mill at a labour cost, all in, of approximately $40 per hour. This reflects…
After arduous negotiations, the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP) has agreed to a tentative agreement with AbitibiBowater to renew the collective agreement. This deal fulfills an essential condition towards the emergence of the company from the current…
Canfor's Prince George Pulp and Paper mill is moving a maintenance shutdown previously planned for April to this month, in order to coincide with unplanned maintenance requiring the shutdown of the recovery boiler. It was discovered that the recovery boiler…
The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) has released a comprehensive, first-of-its-kind study that examines a wide range of options for renewal of the Canadian forest products industry. "The study, The Future Bio-pathways Project, focuses on the triple bottom line:…
Friday, 05 February 2010 13:45

NSK Launches New Canadian Website

NSK Canada (NSK), one of the world's leading bearing manufacturers, announced today the launch of a new bilingual Canadian website at www.ca.nsk.com. The website is a cornerstone of NSK's commitment to providing world-class resources, information and service to customers across…
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