Ukrainian pulp and paper companies suspend production as of Feb. 24 amid Russian invasion, says UkrPapir’s managing director; military operations have triggered supply chain, logistics disruptions, but no damage to facilities has been reported

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LOS ANGELES , February 28, 2022 () –

Essentially all pulp and paper operations in Ukraine are suspended as of Feb. 24 on account of Russia’s military invasion, Euwid reported on Feb. 28.

According to Eduard Litvak, managing director of UkrPapir, Ukraine’s pulp and paper industry association, companies decided to indefinitely halt production on account of logistics and supply chain disruptions, as well as to preserve worker safety. 

Litvak also said that no pulp or paper facilities have been damaged, according to the most recent reports. 

The primary source for this article is Euwid, Gernsbach, Germany, published Feb. 28, 2022. To read the original article, click here. (Full report access may require a subscription.)

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