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kabar bagus bagi pemegang inru … \r\n\r\n===\r\n\r\nPulp prices hit 15-year peak\r\n\r\nBy Jack Farchy\r\n\r\nPublished: April 13 2010 12:20 | Last updated: April 13 2010 12:20\r\n\r\nPulp prices hit a 15-year high on Tuesday as the effects of February’s earthquake in Chile continued to squeeze the market.\r\n\r\nPulp is used to manufacture glossy paper for magazines, copy paper, tissue paper and cardboard. The high prices for their key input commodity are putting severe pressure on paper manufacturers, as demand for paper remains weak.\r\nEDITOR’S CHOICE\r\nGold surges in flurry of haven buying - Apr-09\r\nCopper’s surge lifts fellow metals - Apr-06\r\nDelhi to sell 10% stake in Coal India - Apr-06\r\nLex: Rio / BHP joint venture - Apr-06\r\nIron ore miners set to reap bumper profits - Mar-30\r\n\r\nThe price of European benchmark pulp hit $918.66 a tonne on Tuesday, according to Foex Indexes, a Helsinki-based consultancy – surpassing its 2008 peak of $907 a tonne and closing in on the all-time record of $1,000 set in 1995.\r\n\r\nChile is one of the largest producers of pulp, accounting for about a 10th of global production, and February’s 8.8 magnitude earthquake hit the pulp producing region hardest.\r\n\r\n“The price has continued to rise because there is uncertainty about when this capacity is going to come back onstream,” said Clive Suckling, head of forest, paper and packaging at PwC, the professional services group. Some Chilean pulp factories and sawmills were swept out to sea by giant waves following the quake.\r\n\r\nFoex said the Chilean pulp mills were “gradually being brought back to production”, adding that 80 per cent of the capacity for pulp to be sold on the market is expected to be running again by mid-May. It added that the supply side of the market is also being squeezed by poor weather in the southern US and the threat of strikes in Sweden.\r\n\r\nMany manufacturers of paper also make pulp, and so are shielded from the recent spike in prices. Indeed, some have closed their paper production lines in order to sell pulp on the market, Mr Suckling says.\r\n\r\nBut those who do not have an integrated pulp business – including much of the Japanese and Chinese industry – are being hard hit by the soaring pulp price.\r\n\r\n“It is very difficult for a non-integrated paper producer to make a cash return,” says Mr Suckling.\r\n\r\nAs a result of the increased pulp prices, paper producers are “trying to force through price increases”, he adds; but the market, hit by the global recession, “is still frankly pretty weak”.\r\n\r\nCopyright The Financial Times Limited 2010. You may share using our article tools. Please don''t cut articles from FT.com and redistribute by email or post to the web.