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International Paper Reached Agreement To Sell Corrugated Packaging Business In Turkey
International Paper Reports Q3 Earnings Per Share $0.52
International Paper Says Co Amended And Restated $1.5 Bln 5-Year Credit Agreement Dated As Of December 12, 2016
International Paper Company is a paper and packaging company with primary markets and manufacturing operations in North America, Europe, Latin America, Russia, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The Company operates through it four segments: Industrial Packaging, Global Cellulose Fibers, Printing Papers and Consumer Packaging. The Company is a manufacturer of containerboard in the United States. Its products include linerboard, medium, whitetop, recycled linerboard, recycled medium and saturating kraft. The Company's cellulose fibers product portfolio includes fluff, market and specialty pulps. The Company is a producer of printing and writing papers. The products in Printing Papers segment include uncoated papers.
Paper & Paper Products
6400 Poplar Ave
Timothy S. Nicholls
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President
Sharon R. Ryan
Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary
Thomas J. Plath
Senior Vice President - Human Resources and Global Citizenship
W. Michael Amick
Senior Vice President - Paper The Americas
Clayton R. Ellis
Senior Vice President - Enterprise Operational Excellence
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International Paper Co <IP.N> is considering the sale of its cardboard packaging unit in Brazil, the company confirmed in a statement.
International Paper Co is considering the sale of its cardboard packaging unit in Brazil, newspaper Valor Economico reported on Wednesday, citing sources with knowledge of the matter.
Smurfit Kappa reaffirmed its guidance on Wednesday that its full year earnings will be materially better than last year after rival International Paper (IP) decided to end its pursuit of the Irish packaging company.
International Paper <IP.N> confirmed on Tuesday that it will not make an offer for Irish packaging company Smurfit Kappa <SKG.I>, because of lack of engagement from Smurfit's management.
International Paper is planning to walk away from its takeover approach for Irish packaging company Smurfit Kappa, according to two people with direct knowledge of the matter.
International Paper Co <IP.N> will withdraw its offer to acquire Irish packaging company Smurfit Kappa Group Plc <SKG.I>, ahead of a Wednesday regulatory deadline to firm up its bid or walk away, two people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
Smurfit Kappa <SKG.I> has agreed to buy Dutch paper and recycling firm Reparenco for about 460 million euros ($539 million), the Irish packaging group said on Thursday, in its effort to see off a takeover bid from U.S. rival International Paper (IP) <IP.N>.
* SMURFIT KAPPA CEO SAYS UNANIMOUS POSITION OF BOARD ON UNSOLICITED INTERNATIONAL PAPER APPROACH HAS BEEN CLEARLY OUTLINED Further company coverage: (Reporting By Padraic Halpin)
A trio of shareholders at Europe's biggest paper packaging group Smurfit Kappa Group Plc <SKG.I> have asked it to enter talks with the largest listed U.S. paper packaging firm International Paper Co (IP) <IP.N>, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday.
U.S. packaging company International Paper <IP.N> will not make a hostile bid for Irish rival Smurfit Kappa <SKG.I>, it said on Wednesday after being given until June 6 to make a binding offer.
* INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY SUPPORTS IRISH TAKEOVER PANEL TIMELINE
* SMURFIT KAPPA CEO REITERATES THAT INTERNATIONAL PAPER PROPOSAL ENTIRELY FAILS TO VALUE GROUP'S INTRINSIC BUSINESS WORTH, PROSPECTS Further company coverage: (Reporting By Padraic Halpin)
Smurfit Kappa's first quarter earnings soared 22 percent which the Irish packaging group said on Friday should translate into a "materially better" full year outcome as it fights off interest from U.S. rival International Paper.
U.S. paper packaging firm International Paper <IP.N> said on Thursday it was disappointed it has not been able to engage with Smurfit Kappa <SKG.I> since its Irish rival rejected a raised bid worth 8.9 billion euros last month.
* INTERNATIONAL PAPER SAYS "EXECUTED WELL IN A HEAVY OUTAGE QUARTER AND MANAGED THROUGH WEATHER RELATED DISRUPTIONS, DISTRIBUTION CHALLENGES" Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* INTERNATIONAL PAPER CO SAYS CEO MARK SUTTON'S FY 2017 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $19.4 MLN VS $13.3 MLN IN FY 2016 - SEC FILING Source text: (https://bit.ly/2qa6rno) Further company coverage:
Ireland's Smurfit Kappa <SKG.I> rejected a raised takeover offer from International Paper <IP.N> on Monday, frustrating a bid to combine the largest listed U.S. paper packaging firm with Europe's biggest.
Ireland's Smurfit Kappa on Monday said it had rejected an increased takeover offer from U.S. rival International Paper, saying the offer undervalued Europe's largest paper packaging producer and made no strategic sense.
* INTERNATIONAL PAPER CO - HAS IDENTIFIED AT LEAST $450 MILLION RUN-RATE PRE-TAX COST SAVINGS BY END OF FOURTH YEAR IN RELATION TO SMURFIT KAPPA DEAL Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* REG-SMURFIT KAPPA GROUP PLC STATEMENT RE REJECTION OF REVISED PROPOSAL FROM INTERNATIONAL PAPER
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