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Cleaning and Conditioning of Dryer Fabrics

Cleaning and Conditioning of Dryer Fabrics

Dryer fabric contamination can affect sheet handling, threading, and drying rate -- as well as creating sheet defects and/or sheet breaks.

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Deflection analysis for optimum creping performance

Deflection analysis for optimum creping performance

The limitations of tissue production at the doctor blade are determined by the weakest point of the sheet blade interface. This is the point where the sheet will break, corrugate, pick or tear causing the machine slow down to run. To optimize your tissue machine, periodic doctor blade alignment is usually made, however, very few machines have also performed a Deflection Analysis.

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Spotlight

WTO Delivers Mixed Ruling in U.S.-Canada Lumber Dispute

WTO Delivers Mixed Ruling in U.S.-Canada Lumber Dispute

The World Trade Organization said this week the U.S. violated international trade rules in the way it calculated tariffs on Canadian imports of softwood lumber in a key dispute ruling published on the WTO website.

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ND Paper honored with award from the Maine International Trade Center

ND Paper honored with award from the Maine International Trade Center

Veritiv Corporation announced the donation of a humanitarian services vehicle through its community engagement and philanthropy program, Veritiv Connects.

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Veritiv donates humanitarian services vehicle to American Red Cross to aid in emergency assistance and disaster relief

Five Ways to Prevent Paper Jams at the Office

Jim's travels

Where is Jim this week?

As I travel, I am always looking for someone to go to dinner with, share a barbeque sandwich lunch and so forth.

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Jim Thompson asked to speak at Georgia Tech

Jim Thompson asked to speak at Georgia Tech

Dr. Chris Luettegen asked me to share some words them on Tuesday, 2 Apr 19. The class meets in the auditorium in the Tri-Centennial Building on campus. Of course, I was honored and happy to do so.

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State of the Industry talk--Automatic Handling International, Erie, Michigan

A visit to Build Run Repair

Industree 4.0

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Fire at WestRock facility in Ohio

An air handler caught fire in the HVAC system of a WestRock facility in Ravenna, Ohio on Monday, but caused no injuries

Klabin to spend $2.3 billion in expansion

Klabin SA said on Tuesday that its board approved a 9.1 billion-real ($2.3 billion) containerboard expansion project.

WestRock Recognized for Advancing the Recyclability of Foodservice Packaging

The Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC) has honored WestRock Company, a leading provider of differentiated paper and packaging solutions, with its Innovator Award for the company's work in improving the recyclability of foo...

Company buying former Madison Paper Industries mill in Maine

A research and development company based in Belfast is in the process of buying the former Madison Paper Industries mill with plans to redevelop the site into a manufacturing hub for wood fiber insulation, a venture that coul...

No injuries following Graphic Packaging fire in Battle Creek, Michigan

A Graphic Packaging International facility in Battle Creek caught fire Saturday afternoon following a machine malfunction, spreading flames to the ceiling before firefighters were able to extinguish.

Columbia Pulp mill expected to be up and running soon

Columbia Pulp's mill at Lyons Ferry is expected to be running as early as May, after a five-month delay.

50 firefighters tackle large blaze at Saica paper mill in Trafford, UK

The fire service was called to Saica Paper UK shortly after 10am on Friday morning to a blaze involving four stacks of paper in a handling yard.

Georgia-Pacific will close Coos Bay, Oregon mill, lay off 111

Georgia-Pacific Wood Products notified employees at its Coos Bay lumber mill Thursday that it will close the facility and lay off all of the site's 111 workers.

Leading Stories

Fire at WestRock facility in Ohio

Fire at WestRock facility in Ohio

An air handler caught fire in the HVAC system of a WestRock facility in Ravenna, Ohio on Monday, but caused no injuries

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Klabin to spend $2.3 billion in expansion

Klabin to spend $2.3 billion in expansion

Klabin SA said on Tuesday that its board approved a 9.1 billion-real ($2.3 billion) containerboard expansion project.

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WestRock Recognized for Advancing the Recyclability of Foodservice Packaging

WestRock Recognized for Advancing the Recyclability of Foodservice Packaging

The Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC) has honored WestRock Company, a leading provider of differentiated paper and packaging solutions, with its Innovator Award for the company's work in improving the recyclability of foodservice packaging.

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Company buying former Madison Paper Industries mill in Maine

Company buying former Madison Paper Industries mill in Maine

A research and development company based in Belfast is in the process of buying the former Madison Paper Industries mill with plans to redevelop the site into a manufacturing hub for wood fiber insulation, a venture that could bring more than 100 jobs.

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No injuries following Graphic Packaging fire in Battle Creek, Michigan

No injuries following Graphic Packaging fire in Battle Creek, Michigan

A Graphic Packaging International facility in Battle Creek caught fire Saturday afternoon following a machine malfunction, spreading flames to the ceiling before firefighters were able to extinguish.

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Columbia Pulp mill expected to be up and running soon

Columbia Pulp mill expected to be up and running soon

Columbia Pulp's mill at Lyons Ferry is expected to be running as early as May, after a five-month delay.

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50 firefighters tackle large blaze at Saica paper mill in Trafford, UK

50 firefighters tackle large blaze at Saica paper mill in Trafford, UK

The fire service was called to Saica Paper UK shortly after 10am on Friday morning to a blaze involving four stacks of paper in a handling yard.

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Georgia-Pacific will close Coos Bay, Oregon mill, lay off 111

Georgia-Pacific will close Coos Bay, Oregon mill, lay off 111

Georgia-Pacific Wood Products notified employees at its Coos Bay lumber mill Thursday that it will close the facility and lay off all of the site's 111 workers.

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Fire at International Paper facility in Virginia

Fire at International Paper facility in Virginia

Workers evacuated the International Paper facility in Lynchburg, Virginia on Tuesday evening after a fire broke out in paper production equipment at the site.

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Fire at Cenveo facility in Pennsylvania

Fire at Cenveo facility in Pennsylvania

No one was injured after flames broke out at Cenveo Publisher Services facility.

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Domtar to modernize mill, cut 70 jobs in Espanola, Ontario

Domtar to modernize mill, cut 70 jobs in Espanola, Ontario

Domtar has announced plans to modernize its Espanola facility and will cut 70 jobs through normal attrition and retirements in the process.

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Verso Corporation CEO steps down

Verso Corporation CEO steps down

Verso Corporation announced that B. Christopher DiSantis has stepped down as President and Chief Executive Officer and member of the Verso Corporation board of directors effective as of April 5, 2019.

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Fire at International Paper facility in Yuma, Arizona

Fire at International Paper facility in Yuma, Arizona

The Yuma Fire Department responded to a fire at an International Paper Company facility on Friday night, April 5.

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Fire causes extensive damage to Louisiana-Pacific facility in North Carolina

Fire causes extensive damage to Louisiana-Pacific facility in North Carolina

The Louisiana-Pacific building products facility located in Roxboro, North Carolina, received heavy fire and smoke damage from a fire reported around 6:45 p.m. on Monday.

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Have you tried the Paperitalo Supplier Directory lately?

Have you tried the Paperitalo Supplier Directory lately?

If you are looking for goods and services in the pulp and paper industry, you need to check out the Paperitalo Directory!

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Rottneros Packaging has started manufacturing in new premises

Twin Rivers Paper gives integration update

Amcor and Bemis Transaction Receives Unconditional Antitrust Clearance from Brazil

Asia Pulp and Paper Introduces New Compostable Bio Container for Takeaway Food to FooPak suite

Stora Enso signs global commitment to combat plastic pollution

Sappi and Borregaard celebrate 20 years of biorefinery investment

Industry News

Largest particleboard plant in the world opens in Grayling, Michigan

Largest particleboard plant in the world opens in Grayling, Michigan

Arauco held its ribbon cutting ceremony for the Grayling Particleboard Plant Tuesday afternoon.

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DowDuPont Announces New Members for Future Board of Directors of DuPont

DowDuPont Announces New Members for Future Board of Directors of DuPont

DowDuPont today announced three additional members to the future board of directors of DuPont, currently the Specialty Products Division of DowDuPont.

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Cascades launches the Latte™ Collection of hand towels, bathroom and facial tissue

Cascades launches the Latte™ Collection of hand towels, bathroom and facial tissue

Available within the Cascades PRO Select® and Cascades PRO Perform™ collections of paper towels, toilet paper and facial tissue, this new line is manufactured from a combination of white recycled fiber and cardboard, providing customers with a solution that delivers the same great performance as white paper products, but at a reduced cost.

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Smurfit Kappa and Plastic Soup Foundation come together to change the future of packaging

Smurfit Kappa and Plastic Soup Foundation come together to change the future of packaging

Smurfit Kappa has walked away with 14 awards at the European Flexographic Industry Innovation (EFIA) Awards, further consolidating its leadership in the packaging industry.

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Ahlstrom-Munksjö One of the First Companies Within its Industry to be ISO 45001 Certified

Ahlstrom-Munksjö One of the First Companies Within its Industry to be ISO 45001 Certified

Ahlstrom-Munksjö believes that zero accidents is possible. The long-term goal is an accident-free workplace and in order to achieve this target, the company is certifying its plants with the ISO 45001-standard.

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Pregis announces restructuring of its European operations

Pregis announces restructuring of its European operations

Pregis LLC is announcing the restructuring of its European business operations to create a platform for future growth.

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Suzano expands Eucafluff sales in Europe, Asia and US

Suzano expands Eucafluff sales in Europe, Asia and US

Suzano, a merger between Suzano Papel e Celulose and Fibria, has increased Eucafluff sales in the European, Asian, and US markets.

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AstenJohnson and Heimbach to merge their PMC businesses

AstenJohnson and Heimbach to merge their PMC businesses

The shareholders and boards of AstenJohnson and Heimbach are in advanced negotiations to merge the Paper Machine Clothing and Advanced Fabric businesses of both companies.

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Cascades Extends its Transportation Electrification Program to Employees in Ontario

Cascades Extends its Transportation Electrification Program to Employees in Ontario

Cascades Inc. announced that it is extending its transportation electrification program to all its employees in Ontario.

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Georgia-Pacific Dedicates Almost a Decade to Endangered Forest Mapping

Georgia-Pacific Dedicates Almost a Decade to Endangered Forest Mapping

We couldn't have paper and building products without forests. We rely on forests as a company and even more as a community.

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Fortress Secures Additional Federal Government Support For Planned Bioproducts Demonstration Project

UPM Raflatac launches new film labeling solutions for APAC's rapidly growing POP-Up label market

Smurfit Kappa's innovative packaging recognized with 14 EFIA awards

Toyo Engineering awarded contract for project to construct biomass power plant in Japan

Huhtamaki starts packaging manufacturing facility in Egypt

Oji Holdings Announcement Regarding Commercialization of Cellulose Nano-Fiber for Cosmetic Ingredients as "AUROVISCO CS"

Nature Conservancy of Canada receives $1 million gift from J. D. Irving, Limited

Western Forest Products Inc. completes sale of ownership interest in Port Alberni forest operation, Canada

Charmin's 'Forever' toilet paper rolls are gigantic and last a month

Ahlstrom-Munksjö Extia Filtration Media Wins the New Product Award

DowDuPont board proposes reverse stock split

Academic Spotlight

Catching up with Miami University Senior Riley Docherty

Catching up with Miami University Senior Riley Docherty

The Paper Science & Engineering Foundation at Miami University was founded in 1960 through the donations of several local paper mills and corporations who wanted to ensure the education of future paper engineers.

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Paper Science Engineers Are Always in Demand

Paper Science Engineers Are Always in Demand

Even in a digital world, the paper industry is thriving because paper products continue to be an essential part of our daily lives. As a result, career options are booming for paper science engineers.

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Catching up with University of Maine Senior Elaina Gilman

Catching up with University of Maine Senior Elaina Gilman

Paperitalo Publications was able to catch up with Elaina Gilman, a senior in the program. Miss Gilman is from Enfield, Maine and graduated from Penobscot Valley High School in 2015 as valedictorian. We asked her a few questions about her experiences at UMaine.

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A random walk with Gene

A passion for cars

A passion for cars

I'm convinced kids should learn to drive as early as possible in order to develop the muscle memory for routine tasks behind the wheel. Also, we should put our kids in the safest vehicles we can afford. These may or may not be the coolest ones on the road. Probably not.

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Recounting a Trip to Poland: May 18-26, 2002

Energy costs

CO2 containers

TALOtech

Check out TALOtech groups on LinkedIn

Check out TALOtech groups on LinkedIn

The purpose of the TALOtech groups on LinkedIn is to provide a convenient forum for people working within the manufacturing part of this industry to share technical and operating related dialog to promote safe and competitive operations.

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Perspectives

Global Recycling Day 2019 - Let's Focus on the Youth

Global Recycling Day 2019 - Let's Focus on the Youth

Today marks Global Recycling Day, the second anniversary of the global effort headed up by the Global Recycling Foundation to promote the importance of recycling and underscore its benefits.

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Employee Engagement Makes Domtar a Great Place to Work

Employee Engagement Makes Domtar a Great Place to Work

At Domtar, we value our employees and want them to enjoy their work. It's why we invest in measuring employee engagement and satisfaction and use employee feedback to improve how we do business.

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A Reflection on Women in the Paper and Wood Products Industry

A Reflection on Women in the Paper and Wood Products Industry

The month of March is dedicated to the celebration of women and the remarkable contributions they make to our world.

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Forest Products Workers Discuss Policies that Jeopardize Manufacturing Jobs, Environment on Capitol Hill

Forest Products Workers Discuss Policies that Jeopardize Manufacturing Jobs, Environment on Capitol Hill

Their goal was to educate officials on the impacts of legislative and regulatory decisions on the environment as well as the families and communities that depend on forest products manufacturing for their livelihood.

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Nip Impressions to Go

February 2019

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January 2019

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December 2018

November 2018

Energy & the Environment

Energy & the Environment News

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People in the News

Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products Leader Kathy Walters To Retire

Georgia‐Pacific announced that Kathleen A. "Kathy" Walters will retire as executive vice president - consumer products group, effective June 1, 2019.

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Graphic Packaging Holding Company Appoints Stacey Panayiotou as Executive Vice President, Human Resources

Graphic Packaging announced that Stacey Panayiotou will join the company as executive vice president, human resources.

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Metsä Tissue names Michael Barth Vice President Operations, Greaseproof Papers

Greaseproof Papers is managed as a separate business unit in Metsä Tissue.

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Metsä Wood names Matti Pajula as Managing Director, Metsä Wood UK

Matti Pajula has been appointed as Managing Director, Metsä Wood UK, as of 1 May 2019.

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Sonoco Announces New Chief Information Officer

Sonoco announced that Richard (Rick) Johnson has joined the Company as Chief Information Officer, reporting to President and CEO Rob Tiede.

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Clearwater Paper Appoints Robert Hrivnak as Chief Financial Officer

Clearwater Paper Corporation announced the appointment of Robert Hrivnak as senior vice president, finance and chief financial officer, effective April 8, 2019.

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PotlatchDeltic Names Anna Torma Vice President, Public Affairs

PotlatchDeltic announced the appointment of Anna Torma as Vice President, Public Affairs. Anna will succeed Mark Benson, who is retiring.

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Fred Phaswana, joint chair of boards of Mondi Ltd. and Mondi plc, to retire

Mondi Group announces that Fred Phaswana, Joint Chair of the boards of Mondi Limited and Mondi plc, will retire.

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Mohawk hires new CFO

Mohawk Industries has appointed a new chief financial officer and executive vice president.

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Gunilla Saltin leaving Södra

Gunilla Saltin, President of Södra Cell, is leaving Södra for a new role as Technical Director at the packaging and paper company Mondi, based in Vienna.

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WestRock Announces Jeff Chalovich as Chief Commercial Officer; Pete Durette to Lead Container Business in Corrugated Packaging

WestRock Company announced that Jeff Chalovich, president, Corrugated Packaging, has assumed the role of chief commercial officer in addition to his leadership role of the Company's Corrugated Packaging segment.

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Arctic Paper appoints Fabian Langenskiöld as new Executive Vice President Sales

Fabian Langenskiöld has been appointed as new Executive Vice President Sales at Arctic Paper S.A.

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Voith appoints Scott Knapp as Vice President of Operations for Voith Paper North America

Fabian Langenskiöld has been appointed as new Executive Vice President Sales at Arctic Paper S.A.

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Keweenaw Land Association, Limited appoints Claudio Nicoletta as CFO

Keweenaw Land Association, Limited appoints Claudio Nicoletta as CFO, effective February 11, 2019.

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Bernd Eikens appointed Executive Vice President, UPM Biorefining

Bernd Eikens has been appointed Executive Vice President responsible for UPM Biorefining as of 1 March 2019.

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DeLoach to retire as executive chairman of Sonoco

Sonoco announced Wednesday that Harris E. DeLoach Jr. will retire as a director and as executive chairman of the company in April.

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Lindsay Murphy Joins American Forest & Paper Association as Executive Director, Strategic Communications

The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) has selected Lindsay Murphy as its Executive Director, Strategic Communications.

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Changes in Valmet's executive team

Juha Lappalainen, Senior Vice President, Strategy and Operational Development (SOD) has successfully lead Valmet's Strategy and Operational Development corporate function since 2015.

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Graphic Packaging Announces New Board Member

Graphic Packaging Holding Company announced that Laurie Brlas has joined its board of directors, effective January 10.

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LP Names Alan Haughie as Chief Financial Officer

Haughie brings more than 25 years of financial expertise and significant leadership experience to LP.

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Supplier News

Andritz to supply biomass handling system to Eldorado Brazil

Andritz has received an order from Eldorado Brasil to supply a biomass handling system for their new Onça Pintada plant in Três Lagoas, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil.

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AkzoNobel invests in wood coatings facility in High Point, North Carolina

A milestone multi-million-dollar investment by AkzoNobel is set to transform its wood coatings facility in High Point, North Carolina, into a best-in-class manufacturing site - and further strengthen the company's market position in the US.

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Andritz to supply wood processing plant for Ilim Group's Koryazhma mill in Russia

Andritz has received an order from the Ilim Group to supply a wood processing plant with two debarking and chipping lines, chip and bark handling equipment, and a SmartWoodyard advanced control system to the Koryazhma mill in the Arkhangelsk region, Russia.

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Valmet to deliver fifth tissue production line to Papel San Francisco in Mexico

Valmet will supply OptiConcept M containerboard making line with automation solutions and a winder for GS Paperboard & Packaging (GSPP) Sdn., Bhd. in Selangor, Malaysia.

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Andritz presents a new pressure screen

Andritz launches the next generation of its highly successful ModuScreen family of pressure screens - the new PrimeScreen X.

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Voith Installs MasterJet Pro Headbox at Unionpel Mill in San Justo, Argentina

Unionpel, one of Argentina's leading packaging paper manufacturers, chose Voith to supply its new MasterJet Pro headbox fitted with EdgeMaster format limiters for its paper machine (PM1) that operates at its San Justo mill, located in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina.

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Koehler receives largest Yankee cylinder for new paper machine at its Kehl site in Germany

Koehler receives Voith's Yankee cylinder in Kehl, Germany.

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Valmet to supply a containerboard line for GS Paperboard & Packaging in Malaysia

Valmet will supply OptiConcept M containerboard making line with automation solutions and a winder for GS Paperboard & Packaging (GSPP) Sdn., Bhd. in Selangor, Malaysia.

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Klabin Becomes South America's First Papermaker to Place An Order via OCI At The Voith Paper Webshop

Following a worldwide trend, Klabin has become South America's first papermaker to integrate its ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system to the Voith Paper Webshop digital platform and place an order via OCI (Open Catalog Interface).

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Andritz to convert former groundwood reject system to TMP line at JSC Volga in Russia

Andritz has received an order from JSC Volga in Balakhna, Nizhnij Novgorod region, Russia, to rebuild the existing groundwood reject line into a TMP (thermo-mechanical pulping) line.

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Cellwood to rebuild PM1 couch and press pulper at Arctic Paper's mill in Poland

Cellwood Machinery AB to supply rebuild of PM1 couch- and press pulper at Arctic Paper Kostrzyn mill in Poland. The delivery will take place in the summer of 2019.

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Valmet and Uni Viridas sign ten-year operation and maintenance agreement for the biomass power plant in Croatia

Valmet and Uni Viridas have signed a ten-year operation and maintenance agreement for the biomass power plant in Babina Greda, Croatia.

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Valmet to supply a new wood handling line to Metsä Group's Joutseno pulp mill in Finland

Valmet has received an order for a new wood handling line from Metsä Group's Joutseno pulp mill.

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Valmet to supply cooking, fiberline and recausticizing technology plant, and new lime kiln to Naini Papers in India

Valmet has been selected to deliver the key process technology for a new cooking, fiberline and recausticizing plant, as well as a new lime kiln, at Naini Papers' mill in India.

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Valmet strengthens its business in Asia Pacific by opening new offices in Vietnam, Malaysia and Japan

Valmet has recently opened new offices in Vietnam, Malaysia and Sapporo, Japan to further strengthen its operation and local presence in Asia Pacific.

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Voith Announces New Spreader Roll Capabilities in North America

Voith's West Monroe, Louisiana facility now offers rebuild and repair services.

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Andritz starts up modernized board machine successfully at R.D.M. Arnsberg

Andritz started up the modernized BM3 board machine successfully in Arnsberg, Germany, for R.D.M. Arnsberg GmbH at the beginning of January 2019 after a delivery time of just eight months.

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Toscotec's steel Yankee dryer starts up at CMPC in Argentina

Papelera del Plata, part of CMPC Tissue Latam group, fired up a TT SYD-12FT supplied by Toscotec.

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Valmet to supply automation for Gasum's liquefied natural gas delivery to Metsä Tissue Mänttä mill in Finland

Valmet will supply an automation system update and expansion for Gasum's project at the Metsä Tissue Mänttä mill in Finland.

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Voith to supply complete stock preparation unit for Hamburger Rieger's PM 2 in Spremberg, Germany

Hamburger Rieger has engaged Voith to supply the complete stock preparation unit for its new PM 2 in Spremberg, Germany.

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Kemira forms a joint venture in South Korea

Kemira has signed an agreement to establish a joint venture - Kemira Yongsan Chemicals Co. Ltd ("NewCo") in Ulsan, Republic of Korea, with Yongsan Chemicals, a privately-owned chemicals company in South Korea.

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Toscotec to rebuild dryer section of Smurfit Kappa Cellulose du Pin's PM 5 in France

Toscotec has been awarded a contract by Smurfit Kappa Cellulose du Pin in France to rebuild the entire dryer section of its 6m wire PM5 at Facture, Aquitaine, France.

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