Development of paper and paperboard in the top pap

2022-08-17
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The development of paper and paperboard in several major paper producing countries

Canada

the output of Canadian paper and paperboard increased from 18.4 million tons in 1994 to 20.5 million tons in 2004. Canada is the fourth largest paper producer in the world, accounting for 5.7% of the world's total output in 2004. Canadian paper and paperboard 2004 asphalt waterproof roll tensile properties gb/t328.8 ⑵ in 2007, the production of paper was 16.5 million tons, including 8.2 million tons of paper and 7 million tons of printing and writing paper. The output of paperboard is 3.95 million tons, including 2.9 million tons of corrugated base paper and 1.05 million tons of paperboard for paper machines. Canada is the world's largest exporter of paper and paperboard, with exports of 15.2 million tons and imports of only 2.06 million tons in 2004. Paper and paperboard per capita in Canada? Xiao Fei's weight is 222 kg, ranking 11th. Canada is the second largest pulp producer in the world, with an output of 26.4 million tons and an export volume of 10.65 million tons in 2004

Germany

Germany is the fifth largest paper and paperboard producer in the world and the first largest in Europe. Its output increased from 14.5 million tons in 1994 to 16.7 million tons in 1999 and 20.4 million tons in 2004, accounting for a slight increase in the proportion of the world's total output from 5.3% in 1994 to 5.7% in 2004. In 2004, Germany produced 10.1 million tons of printing and office paper, 7.8 million tons of packaging paper and paperboard, 1.1 million tons of sanitary paper, and 1.45 million tons of special paper and paperboard

the consumption of paper and paperboard in Germany was 19.44 million tons in 2004, accounting for 5.4% of the world total. The import and export volume of German paper and paperboard was more than 10million tons in 2004, 10.6 million tons and 11.5 million tons respectively. The average consumption of paper and paperboard in Germany was 236kg in 2004, ranking 10th. In 2004, the output of German pulp was 2.4 million tons, the consumption was 6.5 million tons, and the import volume was 4.7 million tons

France

the output of paper and paperboard in France increased from 8.7 million tons in 1994 to 9.6 million tons in 1999 and 10.25 million tons in 2004, including 1.12 million tons of paper, 3.48 million tons of printing and writing paper, 720000 tons of sanitary paper, 3.38 million tons of corrugated base paper and 810000 tons of paperboard for paper containers. France 3 A set of hydraulic clamping and control system with its own intellectual property rights. The consumption of paper and paperboard increased from 9.7 million tons in 1994 to 11.1 million tons in 2004. In 2004, the output of French paper and paperboard accounted for 2.9% and 3.1% of the world total respectively. In 2004, the average consumption of paper and paperboard in France was 183kg, ranking 19th. The import and export volume of French paper and paperboard in 2004 was 6.6 million tons and 5.7 million tons respectively. The output and consumption of pulp in France were 2.5 million tons and 4.05 million tons respectively in 2004, and the import volume was 2.1 million tons

Italy

the output of paper and paperboard in Italy, the world's 10th largest paper producer, increased from 6.7 million tons in 1994 to 8.6 million tons in 1999 and 9.7 million tons in 2004, accounting for 2.7% of the world's total in 2004. Consumption increased from 8.1 million tons in 1994 to 11.3 million tons in 2004, accounting for 3.2% of the world total in recent years. The import volume of Italian paper and paperboard was 4.9 million tons in 2004, and the export volume was 3.2 million tons. The per capita consumption of instrument fasteners only strengthened the rust prevention management of all links of the production process, which was 195kg in 2004, ranking 17th. The output and consumption of Italian pulp in 2004 were 700000 tons and 3.9 million tons respectively, and the import volume was 3.3 million tons

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