Europe's CEPI releases industry key statistics for 2010 including data received from National Associations covering pulp, paper and paperboard, pulpwood, recovered paper, other topics
July 7, 2011
– The Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI) published the latest industry key statistics covering data for 2010. The statistics included in the booklet are a compilation of the data received from National Associations and cover several areas: pulp, paper & board, pulpwood, recovered paper, non-fibrous materials, energy, environment and social affairs.
You can download the pdf on the CEPI website at http://www.cepi.org/Content/Default.asp?pageid=100 or request your own paper copy by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
More detailed statistical information is available to non-CEPI members by subscription.
CEPI aisbl - The Confederation of European Paper Industries.
The Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI) is a Brussels-based non-profit making organisation regrouping the European pulp and paper industry and championing this industry’s achievements and the benefits of its products. Its mission is to promote the members’ business sector by taking specific actions notably, by monitoring and analysing activities and initiatives in the areas of industry, environment, energy, forestry, recycling, fiscal policies and competitiveness in general. Through CEPI, the paper industry increases its visibility and acts on emerging issues, making expert and constructive contributions on behalf of the industry.
Its collective expertise provides a unique source of information both for and on the industry; coordinating essential exchanges of experience and knowledge among its members, the ability to provide technical assistance to legislators and to identify independent experts on specific issues. Through its 19 member countries (17 European Union members plus Norway and Switzerland) CEPI represents some 550 pulp, paper and board producing companies across Europe, ranging from small and medium sized companies to multi-nationals, and 1000 paper mills. Together they represent 24% of world production.