News Archive

Press Release: PPWR revision:
EU must follow the scientific evidence
The fibre-based packaging sector acknowledges the Commission’s proposal for a Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation and looks forward to supporting an evidence-based approach during the next stages of the legislative process.
Packaging & Packaging Waste Regulation - update
The Packaging & Packaging Waste Regulation is scheduled to be released by the European Commission in week 48… although it will likely be delayed by a few days.
European Commission published 2022 Work Programme
On Tuesday, 19 October 2021, the European Commission published its 2022 Work Programme.
CITPA Press Release: Cross-border transport of raw materials, goods and packaging should continue
The paper & board converters call on the European Commission and Member States governments to ensure continued cross-border and intercountry transport of raw materials, goods and packaging.
Letter from CEPI to DG Grow support to vital industrial activity during the Corona epidemic
CEPI is calling DG Grow’s urgent support to keeping those parts of the European pulp and paper sector functioning that are essential and vital for the key activities in the society.
CITPA statement -continued cross-border and intercountry movement of goods, raw materials and packaging
Continued cross-border and intra-country movement of paper & board packaging is essential for the continued safe distribution of food and pharmaceutical packaging during the COVID-19 crisis.
Feedback on the Commission roadmap on illegal logging – evaluation of EU rules
From the European paper and board industries’ perspective, the fitness-check should focus on the three following issues (fitness check):
Feedback on the roadmap on the impact assessment on proposal for a regulation on deforestation and forest degradation – reducing the impact of products placed on the EU markets
European paper and board industry welcomes the European Commission efforts in seeking proportionate and targeted actions to reduce the impacts of products that are imported to the EU and that are associated with deforestation.