Reel Time editor Verle Sutton to discuss 2012 outlook for publication papers in i2live webcast on Dec. 1
November 28, 2011
– Swings in capacity, input costs and magazine ad pages are among the drivers that Reel Time Report editor Verle Sutton will discuss as part of his market outlook for newsprint and value-added publication papers in a December 1 webcast. The special event is organized by Industry Intelligence Inc. as part of its i2live web conference series. Registration is free for Reel Time subscribers and non-subscribers can take part for a nominal fee. To be part of the discussion, please pre-register at http://bit.ly/ReelTimeWebinar .
Verle will discuss the highlights of the forecast and the following:
Will the Stadacona closure result in a newsprint shortage or higher newsprint prices? Will it be temporary?
What is the primary cause of the sharp decline in magazine ad pages and catalog mailings that began again in Q2/11.
Do changes in input or manufacturing costs actually impact paper prices?
What is the price and demand outlook for publication-grade papers in 2012
How much can the market expect demand to change in 2013 and 2014 for newsprint and value-added groundwood grades?
Reel Time is a monthly, 12-page analysis of prices, production and market trends shaping publication-grade paper sectors including newsprint, value-added groundwood grades and coated grades. The Reel Time Report is published 10 times a year with the special November issue offering a short-term forecast for each major grade.
Reel Time’s market guru is Verle Sutton, a 20-year veteran of the paper industry. Verle's analytical skills and paper industry knowledge make Reel Time essential reading for anyone seeking perspective on issues shaping global paper markets.
To learn more about Reel Time and to pre-register to reserve you place for this webcast on Thursday, December 1, at 2:30 Eastern, please go to: http://bit.ly/ReelTimeWebinar
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