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Metsä Board – part of the Metsä Group - has announced the start of a new WKL Common Stock Service to help streamline and enhance the order-delivery processes of white kraftliners in continental Europe. As part of the commitment to…
Stora Enso plans to consolidate the Finnish spruce (whitewood) production to Varkaus sawmill. The plan includes a permanent closure of Kitee sawmill and production increase to Varkaus. The objective is to improve profitability and competitiveness by creating a fully integrated…
Monday, 08 July 2019 12:11

SEK 8.8 million to research projects

The Södra Research Foundation has decided to grant an additional SEK 8.8 million to 12 research projects linked to forestry and the forest industry. The funding was awarded to projects including process development in the pulp industry, recycling textiles and…
Sappi and PerfectPattern signed a global strategic alliance in an effort to roll-out AI driven dynamic print planning and ganging technology to print businesses worldwide. The partnership aims to enable offset and digital printers the opportunity to make significant savings…
Utilizing more than 35 years of experience in laboratory and online fiber measurements, Valmet has launched a completely redesigned optics module. The ultra-high definition optics can measure more fibers with much higher resolution in order to expand application areas and…
Valmet introduces new control product called Valmet Stand-Alone Retention Control (Valmet RET) for retention and break-time headbox ash consistency management. It offers benefits for paper, board and tissue makers previously only available to the users of Valmet DNA process control…
A new management structure marks the beginning of an ambitious three-year programme for iT’s Tissue, the Italian Technology Experience. After seven years and three editions of the unique live technology open-house event, Marco Dell’Osso has been appointed Chairman, leading an…
Valmet will supply an extensive paper machine grade conversion rebuild for Stora Enso at its Oulu Mill in Finland. In the project, originally Valmet-supplied paper machine PM 7, which is currently producing fine papers, will be rebuilt to produce high-quality…
Replace plastic packaging with a new eco-friendly, combined paper and bio-plastic material on Casmatic packaging machines. Plastics are the most used materials in the world of packaging, but they need to be limited in light of recent restrictions of the…
CEPI, the European association representing the forest fibre and paper industry, announces that Jori Ringman has unanimously been appointed by the CEPI Board as successor to Sylvain Lhôte at the helm of the Brussels-based organisation. “I am honoured to be…
Walki offers solutions made of 100 percent renewable raw materials and soon also made of circular polymers Walki, a leading manufacturer of packaging solutions, offers cardboard-based laminate constructions for washing powders and other hygroscopic products that are particularly sustainable –…
Provider of premium grooming products adapts its packaging to reflect sustainable values and customer expectations The Modern Man has been sending luxury male grooming products to customers around the world since 2009 and as an e-commerce business, robust and impactful…
Sappi’s Lanaken mill in Belgium has recently undergone a two month long rebuild on its PM8. As of June, 12th 2019 the PM now has the ability to produce woodfree coated paper in addition to light weight coated paper. After…
Why migrating from SIMOVERT to SINAMICS will improve the safety and performance of your A.Celli plant: Starting in 1996, the Siemens SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES family of converters was sold and installed on a worldwide level and, of course, A.Celli adopted this…
For the first time, the British edition of PIDA – Packaging Impact Design Award – got its own event, held on 5 June in Leeds. This year, sustainability and recycling were in focus. The contesting design students presented creative and…
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