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Valmet to supply an OptiConcept M containerboard line to Shanying Paper in China

Valmet will supply a new OptiConcept M container board making line with extensive package of automation to Shanying Paper, Guangdong at its Zhaoqing mill in China. The new board making line (PM 52) will produce kraft top liner grades and expand Shanying Paper's business to Guangdong area. The value of the order will not be disclosed.

PM 52 is following the OptiConcept M board making line deliveries of Shanying Huazhong PM 21, which was started up in December 2019, and PM 23, which was started up in September 2020. In addition to these, Valmet has supplied five other board making lines to Shanying International. The start-up of PM 52 is scheduled for the end of 2021.

Valmet's delivery for PM 52 will include a high-speed container board making line from broke collection to reel and winders. OptiFlo Foudrinier headboxes, OptiFormer Multi forming section and OptiPress Linear press section to produce high-quality base board are also included, followed by an OptiSizer Film sizer, an OptiCalender Hard calender, and OptiReel Linear reel combined with transfer rails, an OptiCart Stream parent roll cart, one OptiWin Drum two-drum winder and one OptiWin Drum two-drum base winder.

The 9,300-mm-wide (wire) board machine will produce kraft top liner grades. The design speed of the machine will be 1,200 m/min and the daily capacity is approximately 1,920 tonnes.

Shanying Paper, Guangdong has several packaging paper and newspaper production lines producing box board paper, high-strength fluting paper, card paper, newspaper and other products.


 


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