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19 Jul.2018

Key statistics report 2017

Each year in July CEPI publishes the latest preliminary market and production data for the previous year. The latest data whether it is production, added-value or exports all indicate positive trends.

  • Investment: more than 5bn, a 7.5% increase from 2016
  • Exports: up 5.4%
  • Paper & Board consumption: up 0.5%
  • Paper & Board production: up 1.5%
  • Employment: up 0.1%

The full key statistics report can be downloaded here.

Deloittes auditor’s report assurance can be found here.

For more information on the report, please contact Ariane Crèvecoeur, CEPI's Statistics Manager at a.crevecoeur@cepi.org.
 

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17 Jul.2018 ,

CEPI Annual Statistics - limited assurance Deloitte

Deloitte has been engaged by the Confederation of European Paper Industries (“CEPI”) to issue a limited assurance statement on the data quality rating method CEPI applies on a selection of core indicators published in the “2017 CEPI annual statistics report”, “2016 Environment statistics report” and the “Key Statistics Report”, being a summarizing public report in which the most relevant indicators are published. The core indicators covered by our assurance statement and the detailed data quality rating made by CEPI can be retrieved in Appendix 1 and 2 to our Assurance Statement. The data quality rating method applied by CEPI is based on Product Footprint Category Rules (PFCR) for paper, developed by the European Commission’s DG Environment (see Appendix 2 to our Assurance Statement).

The full limited assurance statement can be consulted at the link at the bottom of this page.

Otherwise for more information you may contact Bernard Lombard, Industrial Policy Director at b.lombard@cepi.org or by phone at (+32) 2 627 49 22

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16 Jul.2018

PRESS RELEASE: Latest market data demonstrates strong performance for the European pulp and paper industry in 2017

CEPI, the European association representing the pulp and paper industry, today released its annual market and industry review for 2017 which confirms, despite a challenging global environment, the strong performance of industry in Europe.


The 2017 figures demonstrate that the European pulp and paper industry is achieving a phenomenal turn around. Whether it is production, added value or exports, all key indicators are positive. The current level of investment, not seen since 2005, is indicative of industry’s self-confidence and the acceleration of its transformation.” says Sylvain Lhôte, CEPI Director General.

The latest investment figures also bode well for the industry’s ambitious investment agenda. 2017 exhibited a 7.5% growth of investment from 2016, at over 5 billion euros, which is aligned with the transformation outlined in the industry’s 2050 ‘Investment Roadmap’.

Consumption of paper is up by 0.5%, a significant increase based on previous trends. Similarly the production of paper and board is up 1.5% from 2016, benefiting from a more favourable economic environment and from conditions promoting sustainable solutions.
Exports were particularly strong tallying a 5.2% increase from 2016, a noteworthy figure in the background of growing international tensions on trade.


Likewise the industry has also proved performant when it comes to paper for recycling. Notwithstanding the introduction in 2017 of the Chinese waste import restrictions, the paper and board recycling rate has increased to 72.3%. This comes in the same year that industry has witnessed a 1.4% increase in the utilisation of paper for recycling.

The full report can be found here

For further information please contact Bernard Lombard, CEPI Trade and Industrial Policy Director at b.lombard@cepi.org or by phone at +32 (0) 487 39 21 82


For press-related enquiries please contact Ben Kennard, CEPI Communications and Media Manager at b.kennard@cepi.org or by phone at +32 (0) 2 627 49 22
 

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11 Jul.2018 ,

What a tree can do? New poster explains the bioeconomy potential of a tree

Europe is one of the most forest-rich regions in the world - we are surrounded by 190 million hectares of forests, which makes it 40 % of Europe's territory. European forest cover increases regularly, contributing to growth and jobs in rural area, ensuring wood and ecological services provision.

The bioeconomy covers the sustainable supply of renewable resources, services and their conversion, as well as the conversion of waste streams into food, feed, fibres, materials, chemicals and bioenergy.
Biorefineries being an essential part of the bioeconomy, are industrial installations that provide products from renewable, natural resources, replacing fossil-based products.

 

 

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02 Jul.2018

PRESS RELEASE: Registration now open for Paper & Beyond 2018, the new version of European Paper Week

CEPI, the European association representing the forest fibre and paper industry is glad to announce that registration for the 20th edition of our annual event, previously known as the European Paper Week, is now open here. Early bird tickets (EUR 520) can now be availed of until 5 August, the regular rate is EUR 650.

Paper & Beyond, 2018. Where the bioeconomy and circularity meet is the reformatted version of European Paper Week and will take place on 16 & 17 October in Brussels’ prestigious Solvay Library, a location that blends historical spirit and modern elegance. Following feedback from past participants, Paper & Beyond, 2018 will be shorter, more dynamic and linked better to policy e.g. the EU bioeconomy strategy.

What to expect from Paper & Beyond, 2018?

Novel innovation from the best and brightest young researchers from across the continent, in depth policy analysis from bioeconomy and Circular Economy leaders, news on the latest market data and technology shaping the Europe’s circular bioeconomy transition and last, but not least, unique networking opportunities.
The first day participants will have a chance to catch up with the latest ground-breaking innovation at the Blue Sky Young Researchers and Innovation Award session, followed by an exclusive, “walking” dinner, where you can network with industry leaders, build connections with EU policymakers and make valuable business contacts.


The second day will bring participants to the forefront of EU policy debate as we discuss “How to make the best from the bioeconomy” with leading figures from industry and the EU. This will complemented by RISI in a special bioeconomy focused session on “How bioeconomy markets are being shaped”. The day will then close with a discussion on how technology can drive the low-carbon bioeconomy transition, in conjunction with the ProviDES consortium.
To register now and get the full picture on our event please visit www.paperandbeyond.com
 

For event enquiries please contact Katarzyna Dylag, CEPI’s Events and Digital Communications Officer at k.dylag@cepi.org.

For press-related enquiries please contact Ben Kennard, CEPI Communications and Media Manager at b.kennard@cepi.org.

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