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Toscotec completed a dryer section rebuild for Smurfit Kappa in Barbosa, Colombia

In 2016 Smurfit Kappa awarded Toscotec with the rebuilding of the Company's Barbosa paper machine’s dryer section. The target operating speed of the machine after startup was set at 1,000 mpm, as the company said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.The main target of the project was to ...
November 15, 2017

Sappi North America invests $5.94 million in Cloquet, Minnesota mill

Sappi North America announced a $5.94 million capital investment in its Cloquet, Minnesota mill to replace the headbox on Paper Machine 12 (PM12). This investment enabled Sappi to maintain its capacity by adding a state-of-the-art, dilution profiled headbox that produces excellent basis weight profi...
November 15, 2017

VPK invests into a new flexo rotary die-cutter in Wellington, the UK

Following the installation of a BP Agnati Quantum corrugator in 2015, the latest addition to Rigid Containers’ machine capabilities in Wellington is a six colour rotary die-cutter – a Bobst DRO 1628 NT RS.“It was the next logical step for us, as customer demand continues to grow,” says Julian Freema...
November 14, 2017

Andritz to supply baling line with bale tracking to Sappi Saiccor in South Africa

International technology Group Andritz has received an order from Sappi Saiccor to supply a baling line with bale tracking for its mill in Saiccor, South Africa. Start-up is scheduled for 2018, as the company says in the press release received by Lesprom Network.The order comprises a new baling line...
November 10, 2017

Cellwood Machinery to supply six dispersing units to Bohui Paper in China

Bohui Paper Group in China contracted Cellwood Machinery to supply six Krima hot dispersing units for their PM5 and PM6-project. The six units will have a capacity of 420-1000 tonnes per day, as the company says in the press release received by Lesprom Network.Cellwood Machinery develops, manufactur...
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