Rottneros invests SEK 117 million ($14 million) in CTMP line at its Rottneros Mill in Sweden

Market: Pulp
14 November, 23:14
Rottneros’ Board has granted further investments in the CTMP line at its Rottneros Mill in Sweden. The investment increases capacity by approximately 18,000 tonnes per year and is expected to be operational in the fall of 2018. Rottneros to invest SEK 117 million ($14 million) in CTMP line, as the company says in the press release received by Lesprom Network.

The investment follows the strategic development plan Agenda 500, where a first capacity-enhancing investment in the CTMP line was made in 2016. Within Agenda 500, Rottneros Mill has put into operation a bio mass boiler in the 3Q 2017 that replaces an oil-based boiler and made the mill practically fossil-free. The expansion of the purification plant is an ongoing investment that is expected to be put into operation in 2018.

The Vallvik Mill was granted a new environmental permit in 2016 which allows production of 255,000 tonnes of chemical pulp per year. The permit also includes increased requirements regarding sulfur emissions. In order to meet the requirements, the mill will invest in a weak gas collection system. Final negotiations with the potential suppliers will begin immediately. The investment is expected to be put into operation in 4Q 2018.

Rottneros is an independent producer of market pulp.


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