Tan Mai Group invests in 4 pulp, paper mills in Vietnam

Posted March 31, 2009
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Mar 31, 2009. /Lesprom Network/. The Tan Mai group has poured investment in building four more pulp and paper mills in southern, central regions and the Central Highlands, as VietNamNet Bridge informed Lesprom Network.

The group has recently signed a contract with E.C. EURO Consult to transport its paper and pulp production equipment imported from Canada.

The $99.5 million contract will cover assembling design, upgrading and operating the four production lines, valued at $49 million, which the Tan Mai Group bought from a factory in Quebec.

The production lines will be installed at the group’s four mills. The first mill, the Tan Mai mien dong (Eastern) paper mill is located in Long Thanh district, southern Dong Nai, Vietnam, specialising in producing printing paper with an annual capacity of 150 thousand tonnes. The second, the Tan Mai - Quang Ngai pulp and paper mill has a capacity of 200 thousand tonnes of paper and 130 thousand of pulp a year.

The third plant, the Tan Mai-Lam Dong pulp mill has a capacity of 200 thousand tonnes a year and the last, the Tan Mai-Kon Tum pulp and paper mill has a capacity of 200 thousand tonnes of paper and 130 thousand tonnes of pulp a year.


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Is this mill already operated ?
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