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Another UK manufacturer has suffered at the hands of the carbonless sector in the past two weeks, writes Andy Scott.
The move of Solihull-based Carrs Paper into administration on 10 May (PrintWeek, 20 May) followed speculation earlier this year that the market was likely to suffer another casualty.
Carrs' fall adds to the closures in 2002 of Sappi's Transcript mill in the UK, and Papeteries Mougeot.
Managing director Keith Lewis cited the current economic conditions, low prices and falling demand as the causes of the company's demise.
Merchant stockist Premier Paper has moved quickly to ease any concerns by replacing Carrs Signal Plus with …