Fibria Celulose SA (FBR)
8 Dec 2016
Mon, Oct 31 2016
SAO PAULO, Oct 31 Brazil's Fibria SA, the world's largest producer of eucalyptus pulp, reported third-quarter net income of 32 million reais ($10 million) on Monday, reversing a loss of 601 million reais a year earlier.
* Through its horizon 2 project, Fibria is expanding its Três Lagoas facility, located in state of mato grosso do sul
SAO PAULO, Sept 29 Brazil's largest pulp producer Fibria SA said on Thursday it plans to raise its price per tonne by $20 for pulp sold on Asian markets starting Oct. 1, bringing the price for eucalyptus pulp to $530/tn.
Sept 21 Brazil wood pulp producer Fibria Celulose SA :
SAO PAULO, Aug 29 Fibria SA, the world's largest producer of eucalyptus pulp, has completed 50 percent of the facilities included in an expansion project of the Três Lagoas processing compound, with expected start of operations slated for the end of next year.
SAO PAULO, July 25 Fibria SA, the world's largest producer of eucalyptus pulp, does not expect global pulp prices to rise sharply in the short term despite a clear recovery in Chinese demand for the commodity, executives said on Monday.
SAO PAULO, July 25 Wood pulp producer Fibria SA has put off 500 million reais ($152 million) of capital spending planned for 2016 because excess rail capacity in Brazil could make it more efficient to lease rather than invest in trains, Chief Executive Marcelo Castelli told journalists on Monday.
SAO PAULO, July 25 Fibria SA, the world's largest producer of eucalyptus pulp, reported second-quarter net income of 745 million reais ($229 million) on Monday, up 21 percent from a year earlier.
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