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2022-07-31
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The data shows that the pulp and paper production capacity of the United States has been thoroughly surveyed. According to the 43rd Annual production capacity survey of the American forest and Paper Association, the paper and paperboard production capacity of the United States continued to decline from 2001 to 2003

during this period, the rest of the world continued to expand their paper and paperboard production capacity. Asia has an average annual growth rate of 3.7%; The average annual growth rate in Western Europe is 2.2%, and that in other regions is 1.6%

the paper and paperboard production capacity of the United States this year was 110million tons, 3.5 million tons less than the data released in the survey in December 2001, a decrease of 3.4%. This was due to the permanent shutdown of 104 paper machines in 40 factories between 2001 and 2002

The production capacity of

paper

paper has decreased by nearly 6% in the past two years. At the end of 2002, it just exceeded 2million tons, the lowest level since 1990. It is planned to decrease by about 4% in 2004 to reach 6.7 million tons. It redefined the production capacity of the company's

printing and writing paper in 2002 to be 27.3 million tons, down 2.7% from 2001 and 7% from 2000. It lost 2.1 million tons in two years, the lowest since 1994. The plan remains unchanged this year, with an increase of 1.6% in 2004 and 0.5% in 2005

uncoated ground wood pulp paper increased by 10.3% to 2.01 million tons in 2002. It is planned to increase by 5.4 percent this year and 3 percent in 2004 4%, unchanged in 2005

in the industrial demonstration, after-sales service is the most critical aspect of standardization and major projects. The investment in wood pulp paper increased by 2% in 2002, reaching 5.04 million tons. It is planned to reduce by 3. 5% this year 6%, an increase of 1.8% in 2004 and 0.6% in 2005

coated paper without ground wood pulp fell by 7% in 2002 to about 5million tons. It is expected to decline by 2.4% this year, the lowest since 1995

the production capacity of uncoated non wood pulp paper decreased from the peak of 15.2 million tons in 2000 to 13.6 million tons in 2002, almost the lowest point in the past decade. In the past two years, it has decreased by 1.6 million tons, a decrease of more than 10%. It is planned to increase to 14million tons by 2004

the production capacity of toilet paper continued to grow, increasing by 4.6% in 2000, 4.7% in 2001 and 2% in 2002 1%。 Two new toilet paper machines were added in 2002, three in 2001, and four new paper machines will be put into operation this year, with a production capacity of 300000 tons. It is estimated that the production capacity of toilet paper will increase by 1.9% annually from 2003 to 2005. The average annual growth rate in the ten years before 2002 was 2 2%。

kraft paper production capacity will continue to decline for a long time due to the extensive use of plastic and plastic packaging materials

unbleached kraft pulp and paper will decrease by 0.9% this year; Bleached kraft pulp paper increased by 0.5% in 2002 and will decrease by 5.4% this year. It will remain stable in 2004 and 2005

paperboard paper

from 2000 to 2001, the production capacity of container paperboard maintained more than 2.5 million tons, so now the production capacity is declining very little. In 2002, the production capacity of vermicelli paperboard decreased by 0.9%. It is predicted that this year it will decline by 0.7 percentage points, and maintain appropriate stability from 2004 to 2005, about 35.5 million tons

the production capacity of corrugated core paper decreased by 1.3% in 2002. It is expected to decline by 0. 5% this year 6%, increased by 0.4% annually from 2004 to 2005, and reached 11.2 million tons in 2005, the same as that in 2002

the capacity of recycled paperboard (excluding container paperboard) decreased by 1.1% in 2001 and 1.3% in 2002. The reason is that 7 paper machines were permanently shut down in 2001 and 5 paper machines were shut down in 2002. It is estimated that this year it will decrease by 1.4%, increase by 0.9% in 2004 and increase by 0.5% in 2005, reaching the level of 8million tons

commercial pulp

the production capacity of commercial pulp is expected to decrease by about 200000 tons in the next three years, to about 10.3 million tons in 2005

the decline in commercial pulp was mainly due to the closure of natch EZ plant of international paper company. It is estimated that the total amount of dissolved slurry will be close to 800000 tons by 2005

the annual growth rate of the production capacity of bleached softwood kraft pulp from 2003 to 2005 is expected to be 1.5%, reaching 600000 tons by 2005; Bleached hardwood kraft commercial pulp is expected to decrease by 1% annually from 2003 to 2005, reaching 3.1 million tons by 2005

the commercial pulp of the whole chemical pulp variety is expected to reach 9.5 million tons by 2005, which is 160000 tons lower than the peak in 1995

In 2002, American paper mills used about 34.8 million tons of recycled paper. According to the survey, from 2003 to 2005, American paper mills will increase the use of recycled paper by an average of 1.3% a year, reaching 36.2 million tons

from 2003 to 2005, American paper mills are expected to increase their consumption of high-quality recycled paper, such as deinked waste paper and pulp substitutes, by an average annual growth of 2.1 percentage points in order to increase efficiency

the next fastest growing variety is waste paper, with an annual increase of 1.7%. The old corrugated board increased by 1.2% annually. Old newspaper pulp is the slowest growing variety, with an average annual growth rate of 0.5%

in this regard, experts believe that the production capacity of the US paper industry has declined continuously for three years, and it is expected to decline this year. Paper is the variety with the largest decline. During the 10 years from 1993 to 2002, the average output was reduced by 272000 tons, with an average annual decrease of 0.4%. From 2003 to 2005, the annual output is expected to be reduced by 305000 tons, with an average annual decrease of 1.5%. It is probably related to the impact of the development of electronic publishing such as television broadcasting and Internet on printed paper

dissolved pulp also decreased in the first 10 years and the last 3 years; The production of commercial pulp also decreased in the first 7 years and the last 3 years. Due to the continuous downturn of the US paper industry and the decline in output, recycled paper will also be affected. However, the consumption of recycled paper by US paper mills is rising, with an annual increase of 2.1%, which will inevitably affect the export and price of commercial waste paper

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