Local newsprint loss a cost to sector

Gavin Evans
Mon, 19 Oct 2020

Gavin Evans
Mon, 19 Oct 2020
The potential loss of New Zealand newsprint production is bad for the media industry but will not leave them without affordable supplies, a local publisher says.Newsprint has struggled as a product globally for the past decade and Norske Skog Tasman’s review of its operation at Kawerau – possibly to shift production into more stable packaging products – is not a surprise, Horton Media chief executive Matthew Horton said.Printers can, as Horton Media does, source paper internationally at competitive prices. But he said tha...

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