Tembec Curtails Production in Chetwynd

first_imgThe combined effect of these outages will reduce pulp production by 38,575 tonnes. Tembec indicated that these decisions were in response to challenging market conditions and the need to manage capacity, inventory levels and working capital in a prudent and disciplined manner. Tembec has announced a series of coordinated production curtailments including curtailments in Chetwynd.The Chetwynd, BC operation will shut down from November 15 to December 1.  Tembec has also announced the following curtailments at it’s other operations in Canada:*the Temcell mill located in Temiscaming, Quebec will curtail production by shutting one line of production until November 30- Advertisement -*the Matane, Quebec mill from December 1 to the 27*the Skookumchuk, BC softwood Kraft mill will take a two-week shut beginning on November 9 and will resume production on November 22.*La Sarre and Taschereau sawmill complexes will be idled for a minimum of two months, commencing on November 14thAdvertisementlast_img read more

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Fernandes hails players and ‘amazing’ QPR fans after derby defeat

first_imgQPR chairman Tony Fernandes took to Twitter after the derby defeat at Chelsea and said he was proud of Rangers’ players and fans.Charlie Austin’s equaliser cancelled out Oscar’s opener at Stamford Bridge but Chelsea secured a 2-1 victory with Eden Hazard’s disputed penalty.And Fernandes tweeted: “I’m very proud to be QPR chairman because of our players ,manager and most important out amazing fans.“I think every QPR fan should be proud of the team . felt super proud of our boys and the fans were amazing.”I think every QPR fan should be proud of the team . felt super proud of our boys and the fans were amazing .— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) November 1, 2014Rangers chief executive Philip Beard added: “Another really good performance and we deserved to be the first team this season to leave Stamford Bridge with at least a point.”QPR midfielder Leroy Fer wrote: “Unlucky today, but strong as a team! Let’s stick together!”And Austin, whose goal was his fifth of the season, tweeted: “Disappointing not to come away from the game with a point great team performance and fans were class.”Rangers midfielder Joey Barton, currently unavailable because of a hamstring problem, was not at the game but suggested another goal for Austin could mean the striker is closing in on an England call-up.Barton commented: “From what I read on @QPRFC news feed. Seems QPR played well. Delighted for @chazaustin9 How long before England cap?”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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